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66 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 14 - July 20, 2000 Millsboro Chamber's Big Thursday features farm equipment show The Greater Millsboro Cham- ber of Commerce has announced the debut of a new farm equip- .ment show coming to Millsboro as part of the Big Thursday Festi- val and Car Show, set for Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 10-12. The Farm Equipment Show will be held Saturday, Aug. 12, and will feature motorized and nonmotorized equipment, antique to modern. A trophy competition will be held for antique models up to 1970 in these categories: Case, Ford, International, John Deere, Oliver and Best of Show. Com- memorative dash plaques will be distributed to the first 25 entries. While there is no registration fee, farm equipment owners must submit a show reservation. The entry deadline is Friday, Aug. 4. To secure an application, call the Chamber at 934-6777. Cosponsored by the Millsboro Fire Company, the Little League and the Town of Millsboro, the Big Thursday Festival offers ex- citement for family members of all ages. Opening activities on Thursday include a local pageant and a large auction of household merchandise and many gift cer- tificates from area businesses. Al- so in progress are summer sales by merchants town-wide. On Friday afternoon, children's entertainment begins, to be fol- lowed by a classic rock and roll concert by the Roadsters at 7 p.m. A preview cruise-in for Satur- day's car show accompanies the concert. In addition to the farm equip- ment show, Saturday's featured activities include a sanctioned 5K run; antique and classic car show; more children's entertainment; and a horseshoe tournament. Oldies concerts by the Funsters will take place at 5 and 7 p.m.; with the Fabulous Greaseband ap- pearing at 6 and 8 p.m. Lots of food, crafts, public service and museum booths will operate throughout the festival weekend. The festival will close Saturday evening with the announcement of the winner of the Chamber's annual 50/50 drawing, and a huge fireworks display from the Mills- boro Fire Company. For registra- tion, concert ticket and all event information, call 934-6777. Possum Point Players prepare for 'Wonderland' Possum Point Players is prepar- ing for its next production, "Alice in Wonderland," sponsored by Delaware National Bank. The play is being produced by the Possum Juniors, the teenage-arm of the Players. All aspects of "Al- ice" are being managed by teenagers between 13 and 17. The director, Luke Sizemore of Georgetown, and the assistant di- rector, Laura Belcot, also of Georgetown, are both under 16. "They may be young," said Players' president John Hulse, "but they are talented and organ- ized." The classic tale of Alice's adventures will bring many beloved characters to life, includ- ing Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Mad Hatter, the Queen and of course, Alice. "This is a show for the entire family," Hulse said. "Starting with an exciting tea par- ty one hour before each perform- ance, we hope to transport our au- dience into Wonderland as they enter Possum Hall." "Alice in Wonderland" will be performed at 7 p.m, with the tea party beginning at 6 p.m., July 21, 22, 28 and 29; and at 2 p.m., with a 1 p.m. tea party, on July 23 and 30. Tickets are $6 each for nonre- served seats, and the tea party is an additional $4. Reservations may be made by calling 856- 4560. What Mort 00id You Ask hrY 1-888-455-2030 302-645-2030 302-645-2040 Resort Homes Retirement Living Affordable Resort Homes SUSSE300 WEST An,Age Restricted :. Commty II m Uaiw. Ti IMPORTER OF FINE CERAMIC TILE AND Visit Our New Open to the public Large in-s;tock selection Ceramic Tile for Every Room & Use Residential & Commercial Hand-Painted Tile Mosaics Custom Marble Medallions & Inserts Granite, Marble, Limestone & Slate Mexican Saltillo Tumbled Stone & Marble Antiqued Marble Borders & Moldings Quarry Tile & Porcelain Pavers Setting Materials & Tools Stocking Distributors fort American Marazzi, Huntington Pacific, Gres de Vails, Villeroy a; Boch, Original Style Metropolitan Quarry, Mapei, Miracle Sealants, Aqua Mix, Felker Wetsaws, Superior Tools, Marshalltown Trowel, Noble Seal and much more... 644- 7'1 O0 1400 Highway One Lewes, DE "Behind the Wawa" www.tilemarket.baweb.com