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62 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August I - August 7, 1997 Holt's Landing State Parkoffers summer family fun Holts Landing State Park in Aug. 1, at I0 a.m. The limit is 15 pavilion. Also on Aug. 1, it's Ocean View will host Kids' participants and the cost is $1.50 Seining the Bay time at 1 p.m. at Crafts, an arts and crafts program per child. Register prior to pro- the beach area, and participants designed just for kids on Friday, gram at booth and meet at the park are encouraged to wear shoes. Kerry Kester photo Students of Miss Flossie's Dance School in OceanView and other performers participate in a week-long workshop con- ducted by members of the International Ballet Theater prior to performing at Rehoboth Convention Center Aug. 2. International Ballet Theater returns to Rehoboth Aug. 2 The International Ballet Theater of the Performing Arts (IBT) will perform at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Hall at 6 pm, Aug. 2. The IBT will highlight various poignant moments of Russian bal- lets and folk dances. The featured performers, Ballet Master Alexander Boitsov and Prima Ballerina Irena Matiash, will present such classics as Bolero, Swan Lake, Gypsy Suite and La Bayadere, the pride of Russian culture. These two performers are her- aided as "groomed to be the finest," "stunning skill as well as wholehearted and wholespirited energy." The four founders and partners of IBT, Vladimir N. Shumeikin, Artistic Director/Choreographer; Galina Shumeikina, Costume De- signer, Alexander Boitsov and Ire- na Matiash, collectively bring 60 years of experience to their shows. They began the school to further the unique quality of the Russian School Ballet that they left be- hind. The Russian School Ballet was where some of the world's great- est ballet performers like Mikhial Baryshnikov, Rudolph Nureyev, Irina Matiash and Natalya Makarova were trained. The International Ballet Theater of the Performing Arts (IBT) was founded in the United States in 1992 by the four former schbol mates to foster, maintain and pro- mote the Russian jewels (Russia's greatest ballets) of their heritage by preserving and sharing with new generations. The ballet will begin with a per- formance by the Classical Kids Company from Flossie Vogel's 'Dance Factory, Inc. The students will perform a dance routine that was choreo- graphed expressly for them by the IBT company. They will be immediately fol- lowed by the members of the IBT. The IBT dancers are either cur- rent or former students of Shumeikin. Often guest artists from major ballet companies in America and abroad perform for their former teachers at various theaters. Joy V. Cadden, director of the Flossie Vogel's Dance Factory, Inc. said the gala is like a dance recital, but it has some of the most talented dancers you will ever see. Her advice to any attending the ballet is to dress casually and comfortably, relax and simply en- joy the performance. Tickets are $15 for general ad- mission and $12 for seniors and students. Tickets can be bought at the door Aug. 2 or at J. Wilgus Clean- ers in Rehoboth Beach, 227-7223; South Bethany Seafood Market, Seashore Village Shopping Cen- ter, Rt. 1, Bethany Beach; or Dance Wear, Etc., Court Plaza Shopping Center, 1506 Salisbury Boulevard, Salisbury, Md.; or to charge over the phone, call 1-800- '552-2123. BOOKSIGNING AT BROWSEABOUT BOOKS Ballet Master Alexander Boitsov and Prima Ballerina Irena Matiash will showcase many of the Russian ballet and folklore classics, 6 p.m., Saturday evening at the Re- hoboth Beach Convention Hall. The Hor,00 you &=, dine and enjoy a00ca... Kid's Night at the Sea under EAT FREE/ At/-You-Can-Eat Crablegs and/or Shrimp - $18.95 Wednesdg_ Lobster Night with Complete Lobster Dinner ~ $13.95 t_Jlq d2 rida H Our Award Winning Seafood Buffet - $22.95 Saturday Surf and Turf Buffet ~ $24.95 Seniors Off Entreds ! ~gn addition toom" specials, join us for the raystar Dinner rChecter kmtags Saturdays ~ ea Horse Restaurant 330 Rehoboth Avenue 302-227-7451 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK AT 4 P.M. Seniors-lO% Off Entire Check Mon. thru Sat. 4-6p.m. "Two W..us: JURASSIC PARK." -- Los ANGELES TIMES A Novel of Deep Terror Meet Steve Alten Wednesday, August 6th 7-9p.m. Synopsis: The title share makes Jaws look like a guppy. Lurking somewhere beneath the Pacific Ocean, a prehistoric predator lives and breathes in the black depths -- Mogalodon, the lO0-miHion year-old, 60-foot-long, 20-ton granddaddy of today's great white shark. When one of these monsters accidenUy reaches the tropical heat of the ocean's warm surface, only paleontologist Jonas Taylor has the knowl- edge and expertise to keep it from destroying everything in its path. It proudly trumpets itself as Jurassic Shark. 133 Rehoboth Avenue 226-BOOK