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78 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 28 - Aug. 3, 2000 Art Camp continues at Greene Graphics near Harbeson in August openings: mixed mediums, sculp- ture, drawing II, book making, photo II, acrylic painting, water color, 3-D art, greeting cards and puppet making. Camps run for one half day for The summer Of art continues at Greene Graphics Art Camp in Harbeson; there are a few spaces remaining for children six to 12 years. The following fun camps have Jim Cree$on photo Substance H20 to perform in Lewes Young and on the rise, Substance H20 rock 'n roll band members recently won the People's Choice Award at the Mu- sic Fest 2000 competition in Laurel and will be performing at the Lewes National Night Out at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5, in Blockhouse Pond Park. Shown (l-r, back to front) are: Ryan Gerhardt, 15; Pete Howard, 14; Brandon Elliott, 15; Tiffany Hale, 17; and Mike Givens, 15. Gerhardt is a Sussex Tech stu- dent; the others attend Indian River High School. The band will open for Love Seed Mama Jump Thursday night, Aug. 10, at the Rusty Rudder. For more information, call 732-3123. A ,outhwesl;ern Experience Get grilled with the freshest poultry, seafood, steak, vegetables & salsas Celebrain 0 Our 7th Season| is Lobster Night/ &Dinner 11 am-til 52 Baltimore Avenue 302-227-0948 one week; each session costs $55 (materials are included). Full-day camp is also available. For more information and a camp schedule, call 684-4604. Greene Graphic's Art Camp is located on Route 5, south of Route 9 in Harbeson. Descriptions of sessions start- ing Monday, July 31, are as fol- lows: Mixed Mediums - fun proj- ects using paint, charcoal, oil pas- tels and more; Sculpture - creating sculpture with sun dried clay, reliefs and basic carving; Drawing II - more explo- ration of drawing and group proj- ects using color pencils, chalk and oil pastels; Book Making - a fun, creative exploration of "What is a book?" Each camper will create an origi- nal book using a variety of mate- rials; Photo II - Learn how to tell stories with photographs instead of words; disposable cameras will be used. Photo I is recommended as a prerequisite; Acrylic Painting - different styles of painting, including zoomorphic creations and impres- sionism; Water Color - using colored ice and other methods to paint original drawings. Drawing class is recommended as a prerequisite. 3-D Art - Three dimensional sculptures created with cut paper and shadows; projects include a diorama project using a variety of materials; Puppet Making - basic pup- petry taught; paper and sock pup- pets will be created; and Greeting Cards - design and create a variety of greeting cards with different methods, including potato stamps. 00#00Whlt Try Cafe Sole, , Fabulous Food[ Plus An All New Dinner Menu Lunch  Dinner - Cocktails Open Daily at 11 am Caf4 Sol Baltimore Avenue at Mariners Square, Rehoboth * 227-7107 See our lunch & dinner menu at www.rehoboth.com/cafesole "00e00rn To Broad00.r" AN 0II61NAL MUSICAL IGVU m n A U G U S T 2nd & 9th mmmmm Located On Highway One Rehoboth r DE Pr/me/b, Fresh n, Crab Cakes, Cat of the Day, e.sh Vegetob.s, Garden Satad, oessea & Beverage (rash bar aua) ii $35 per person /,w/u,l.s: Buffet Dinnerp Show and Gratuity (Seating: 5 p.m.) For Reservations call: 645-7220 or toll free, 877-280-3488 Conch Fritters Stone Crab Claws Pirate Potion Grouper Lime Pie