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80 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 14 - July 20, 2000 UD Summer Arts Festival headliners set for 00mg. 9-12 in Lewes This year's Rock, Roll 'n' Re- member concert, set for Thursday, Aug, 10, will feature Otis Day & the Knights, whose renditions of "Shout" and "Louie, Louie," in the movie "Animal House" gar- nered them instant fame. Their opening act, Peaches & Herb, the sweethearts of soul, are known for such classics as "Reunited" and "Let's Fall in Love Again." Spon- sors for this event include Conec- tiv and Bell Atlantic. The annual Country Music Fest, sponsored in cooperation with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Delaware, is scheduled for Friday, Aug. 11. It features Bryan White, whose hits include "Someone Else's Star," and "Love is the Right Place," and The Kinleys, twin sisters with irresistible har- Comedy, rock and roll, country and classical music are all part of the University of Delaware's an- nual Summer Arts Festival, set for Aug. 9-12 in Lewes. The Capitol Steps, Otis Day & the Knights, Peaches & Herb, Bryan White, the Kinleys and the Delaware Sym- phony are all on the playbill. All festivities take place out- side, under the stars on the grounds of UD's Hugh R. Sharp campus on Pilottown Road. All main events begin at 8 p.m. and those attending are urged to bring lawn chairs or blankets. Comedy Night, scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 9, will feature the satire and political good hu- mor of the Capitol Steps. Comedy Night is cosponsored.by Nicola Pizza. Shore Talks series kicks off at Cape State Park July 18 ecology of hawks, eagles and owls. Visitors will also get an up- close look at a live bird of prey. • Delaware's Natural Areas, Aug. 1. Rob Line, manager of the Delaware State Parks' Natural Ar- eas Program, will discuss how his program locates, inventories, pre- serves and manages the remaining natural landscapes in the Dia- mond State. • Howard Pyle: The Painter, the Pirates and the Cape, Aug. 8. Wilmington native Howard Pyle was a preeminent artist, illustrator and writer at the end of the 19th century. During summer vaca- tions in Rehoboth and Lewes, he heard stories of pirates and bucca- neers that haunted the Delaware shore in the 17th and 18th cen- turies. Such tales inspired him to write about and illustrate pirates. Participants in this discussion will learn about this Delaware native and his ties to Cape Heniopen in this presentation by State Park's exhibit designer David Rickman. For more information, call the center at 645-6852. The Shore Talk series, a sum- mer tradition at the Seaside Na- ture Center at Cape Henlopen State Park, once again will inspire and educate Delaware Cape Re- gion residents and visitors. Each Tuesday evening at 7:30, a lively presentation is offered at the na- ture center auditorium. The pre- sentations include a wide range of topics and are designed for ages 12 and up. This summer's talks provide a smorgasbord of cultural and natural history topics. • Hurricane Basics, July 18. Wendy Carey, coastal processes specialist, University of Delaware, will discuss the basics of hurricane formation, the dam- age these giant storms can cause and what to do to be prepared and ready if one of these storms threatens the Cape Region. • Hunters of the Sky, July 25. Keen eyesight, razor-sharp talons and powerful wings make birds of prey exceptional hunters. Brad Rogers, Nature Center manager at Brandywine Creek State Park will offer this presentation about the CATCHER'S RESTAURANT FEATURES CATCHER'S CATERING SERVICE A F00UilLY RESTA00 Otis Day & the Knights will headline this year's Rock, Roll 'n' Remember during the Summer Arts Festival on Thursday, Aug. 10. monies. The concert is sponsored by Great American Country, Pep- si, CAT Country, Comcast, Jim- roy's Grill Inc., and the Cape May-Lewes Ferry. As tradition dictates, the Sum- mer Arts Festival will close with the annual Cape Concert, featur- ing the Delaware Symphony Or- chestra and the Lancaster Cannon Company on Saturday, Aug. 12. The group 5/3 Woodland will 00POr# • B00ef • CMcken • RibS") 00,,Smoked Daily on Premises / provide picnic time entertainment beginning at 5:30 p.m. The sym- phony will perform at 8 p.m., and fireworks will conclude the show. Special patron seating is available by calling 855-1620. The event is sponsored by PNC Bank. Ticket prices for regular seating at all events, except the sympho- ny, are $7.50 on advance for chil- dren, and $12.50 in advance for adults. Tickets purchased the day of the event are $10 for kids and $15 for adults. Prices for the symphony in ad- vance are $7.50 for children and $15 for adults. Symphony tickets purchased the day of the concert are $10 for children and $17.50 for adults. Tickets may be purchased at the William Carter Partnership Cen- ter, Delaware Technical & Com- munity College, Georgetown, the Lewes Chamber of Commerce, Kings Highway, Lewes and the Bob Carpenter box office, Routes 4 and 896 in Newark beginning July 31. In the event of inclement weather, concertgoers should call the weather advisory line at 645- 4100. Ticket refunds will be made only if an event is canceled. There is a raindate of Sunday, Aug. 13 for the symphony. For more information about fes- tival events, call 855-1620. 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