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,r 80 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 28 - Aug. 3, 2000 Annual Civil War Living History Weekend slated for Georgetown The Georgetown Historical So- soldiers will conduct a skirmish in ciety will hold its second annual the village. Civil War Living History Week- Civilians of the era will also be end on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. on hand to demonstrate fashions, 5-6, at the Marvel Carriage Muse- children's games, schooling and urn. The museum is located at 510 other areas of life for women and South Bedford Street, George- children during the war. Visitors town. can take a peek inside the school, The event will include soldiers blacksmith shop., church, barns from both the North and the South with antique carriages and see the who will occupy "Marvel Vil- local train stations. lage." Enactors will work on mill- On site there will be a living tary formations and drills. After history display of Civil War arti- the drills, visitors are invited to facts which will include small stop in to camp and see what life firearms, sabers and a calvary sad- was like in the military during the die. The Blanket Brigade will be Civil War, and examine the equip- ready with all Civil War needs, in- ment and uniforms. Each day, the Continued on page 81 Submitted photo The Lewes Historical Society will sponsor its last Outdoor Antique Fair of the summer sea- son on Saturday, Aug. 5, in the Historical Complex. The shows are very popular with visitors and residents alike, as shown above at a previous fair. Lewes Historical Society Outdoor Antique Fair slated for Aug. 5 Under the shade of its old apple Maryland, Pennsylvania and New home baked items for sale at the 1 1/2 lb. Lobster Special trees, the Lewes Historical Soci- Jersey will feature items includ- Hiram Burton House within the ety will host its final Outdoor An- ing vintage furniture, oriental complex. The Lewes Historical MONDAY - THURSDAY $23 tique Fair of the summer season rugs, art, glass, pottery, jewelry Society sponsors its summertime from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, and other treasures, outdoor antique fairs to fund their ....km,r Aug. 5. This antiquing tradition, Admission is $2 for adults and efforts of preserving local history. "'II#,*FdlJ Fine Dininl Since lg80 which was started over 35 years free for children 12 and under For more information, call Peter .Rllt 210 Second Street, Rehoboth Beach ago, will be held at the Historical who are accompanied by a parent. Beaman at 645-8080. RESERVATIONS: 227-6494 Complex, located at Third and Antique hunters who don't Shipcarpenter Streets in down- come away with the 'find of the town Lewes. century' are invited to view the This is a rain or shine event, wares in the Thompson Country Over 50 dealers from Delaware, Store Museum shops and enjoy Nanticoke Riverfest set Aug. 5 near Seaford The sixth annual Nanticoke Riverfest is set for Saturday, Aug. 5, in Gateway Park, located in newly renovated downtown Seaford. The ,, event, which runs from 10 a.m. until 6:30 p.m., is sponsored by the Greater Seaford Chamber of Commerce. The festival will feature ca- noe and kayak races beginning at 10 a.m., followed by a Little Miss O Pageant and a car show. At noon, there will be a puppet show for the I kids and, for motorcycle enthusiasts, a Harley ride-in is scheduled. Young anglers are invited to take part in the youth fishing tournament beginning at 2 p.m. This contest will award prizes to the best fisher- men. There will also be plenty of entertainment, including live bands, arts and crafts and an appearance by caricaturist Bob Clarke of "Mad" magazine. T-shirts, souvenirs and lots of food and beverages will also be available. For more'information, the City of Seaford, 629-9173. /\\; ci"(,|t l\\;iC' "" It c|[Id fl" ' (tl CFV J Welcome! We named our restaurant Amoral for a reason. ,;.:.i ....... ,: ................. ::::::::. ltwasbornoutoflove:aloveforcooking, a love for eating, a loveforfine wines, and a love for feeding. o ...... , , o Entr6es ranging in price from $9.95 - $16.95 Full Service Salon & clothing Boutique o Cioppino Our Specialty Early Bird Dining 4:30-6pm Bring r fird visif Whole Maine Lobster $14.95and Prime Rib $10.95 o Award winning chef 00e]la (01 or Exper} Mark Jacobson & Cindy CoOkinviteromanticYOU tOeveningenjoy a Fridays & Saturdays Tuesday & Thursday 9-5 Wednesday & Friday 9-7 Reservations Suggested Saturday & Sunday 9-4 57 Wilmin, Avenue for an appoin/men/ Ca// 227-0244 403 Rehobot'h Avenue, Rehobofh Beach