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36 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 5 - August 11, 1994 Bring your easel and paints to Waterfront Arts Festival The Second Annual Lewes Waterfront Arts Festi- val will bring a wide variety of waterfront-related painters, artisans, and performers to the grounds and decks of The Lighthouse Restaurant and Fisherman's Wharf on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 27 and 28. Events are planned for children and adults throughout the festival which will be capped by a free performance of Peter Pan by the Rehoboth Sum- mer Children's Theater at 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28. On Saturday morning, Aug. 27, children are invit- ed to create their own Waterfront Arts Festival t- shirts. Festivalsponsors will provide t-shirts, paints, and fish to imprint colorful, scaly patterns on t-shirts. Also on that morning, artists from the Cape Artists will be set up and painting Lewes waterfront scenes starting at 9:30 a.m. They will also offer their works for sale. Members of the Cape Artists will also paint and exhibit on Sunday morning, Aug. 28 starting at 9:30 a.m. A variety of artisans with an emphasis on water- front-related crafts, such as decoy carving and bottle ship building, will offer their wares both days. On Saturday afternoon, Aug. 27, renowned Delaware artist Jack Lewis will conduct an informal watercolor workshop beginning at 1 p.m. People are invited to join Jack as he paints a Lewes waterfront scene and offers pointers along the way to any who would like to work alongside. Also during Saturday afternoon, children will be invited to compete in a low pressure painting compe- tition in two categories: 8 and under and 9 - 12. The children too will be encouraged to paint or draw a waterfront scene and win prizes for their efforts. Prizes will be awarded Saturday afternoon. The culinary arts won't be omitted from the Water- front Arts Festival. At 12 noon on Saturday and Sun- day, Lighthouse Restaurant's Paul Buchness will demonstrate a variety of cooking techniques using local seafood. The first Waterfront Arts Festival was held in 1993. The public is invited to come out and enjoy. Photographers invited to display Amateur photographers from throughout Delaware's Cape Re- gion are invited to enter the photography competition in the Second Annual Lewes Waterfront Arts Festival. The Festival is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 27 and 28 and will be held on the grounds and decks of Fisherman's Wharf and The Lighthouse Restaurant. The photography competition is being organized and coordinated by the Cape Gazette. Prizes will be awarded for the best waterfront- oriented photographs in black and white and color. The categories within "color-and black and white include waterfront scenes with people and waterfront scenes without people. Photographers are invited to submit up to three photographs in any category. Photographs should be submitted to the Cape Gazette office in the Shops of Camelot along the southbound side of Rt. 1 north of Rehoboth Beach. Bandstand events listed for August, September The Rehoboth Beach Bandstand schedule for August and Septem- ber includes the following con- certs. All programs begin at 8 p.m. unless otherwise specified: • Fri., Aug. 5: Giant Steps. • Sat., Aug. 6: The Bob Clay Orchestra. • Sun., Aug. 7: The Serenaders • with Walt Wagner. • Thurs., Aug. 11: Wandering Wheels. • Fri., Aug. 12: The Joseph A. Ferko String Band. • Sat., Aug. 13: The United States Army Field Band and Sol- diers Chorus. • Sun., Aug. 14: Center State Performing Troupe. • Thurs., Aug. 18: Bobbette Show Troupe. • Fri., Aug. 19: Rockville Con- cert Band. • Sat., Aug. 20: The U.S. Navy Commodores. • Sun., Aug. 21: The Serenaders with Walt Wagner and Miss Delaware Send-off. • Tues., Aug. 23: Spring Lake Wesleyan Church Boys Youth Choir. • Thurs., Aug. 25: Diamond State Twirlers and Stoney Creek Cloggers. • Fri., Aug. 26: Open. • Sat., Aug. 27: The Jazz Am- bassadors of the U.S. Army Field Band. • Sat., Sept. 3: First U.S. Army Band of Ft. Meade, Md. • Mon., Sept. 4: Piping Out with Sammy Ferro. • Fri., Sept. 23: Senior Citizens Day, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. • Sat., Sept. 24: Shriner's Pa- rade, 1 p.m. ON THE i =il* ii ,  i =. =:  , i .,, ,,:r, " i ° Water Served With Every Meal Anglers Restaurant, a Lewes waterfront landmark, offers the finest selection of fresh seafood, steaks and sumptuous specials at the beach. Sat in soon for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Enjoy a cocktail in our lounge or outside at the Dock Cafe. At Anglers, a waterfront view is served with every meal, and we gladly accept MasterCard, VISA and American Express. BUDDY B Friday, 5 pm- 9 pm BOBBY BURNS Saturday .7pro - 11 pin BOBBY BURNS Sunday ° 4 pm- 8 pm Ol ANGLERS  R ESTAU R AN T "On the Canal at Lewes - Angler's Rd. - (302) 645-9931 Complete Party Supplies Open 7 Days A Week 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. 315 Rehoboth Ave: • Rehoboth Beach • (302) 227-1180 BARGAINI 6ROAI)KILI Arts And Crafts Fair and Flea Market Saturday, August 13, 1994 Milton Memorial Park Located off Chandler Street in Historic Milton, Delaware 9:00 a.m. 'til 3:00 p.m. For Information, Call 302-684-1101 Arts, Crafts and Food • A Children's Program 11:00 a.m. presented by Jennifer Multhopp of Seaside Nature Center, Cape Henlopen State Park, sponsored by Milton Public Library at in the Gazebo • Broadkill Duck Derby Race 1:00 p.m. sponsored by the Milton Main Street Committee 1 Something For Everyone!! I RAIN OR SHINE This Ad Funded In Part By The Sussex County Cony. & Tourism Commission OPEN DALLY 1 am-9 )m • Sat.&Sun. 8am-9pm