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40 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 5 - August 11, 1994 RAL 21st Outdoor Fine 00trts Show set Aug. 13-14 and 20-21 The Rehoboth Art League's 3 1/2 scenic acres will be brimming with over 130 artists and craftper- sons on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 13, 14, 20, and 21 during RAL's 21st Annual Members' Outdoor Fine Arts and Crafts Show, open free to the public from 10 a.m. -5 p.m., rain or shine, all four days. Outdoor exhibit chair, noted re- gional artist, Dolores Andrew, an- ticipates an extremely successful and festive exhibit, adding, "This RAL Outdoor Exhibit is consid- ered to be one of the best on the East Coast, rightly so, because it is outstanding!" It features artists who have ex- hibited in each of the 21 RAL out- door shows, as well as "new tal- ents." Exhibiting artists and artisans will be set-up on RAt grounds along snow fence, under display tents, and at unique display areas. Mediums which are on exhibit in- clude watercolor, oil, acrylic, pas- tel, mixed media, etchings, sculp- ture, fiber, basketry, wood, pho- tography, and much more. All works are available for sale. The public is encouraged to meet and chat with participating artists and craftpersons. During both weekends of the Outdoor Show, RAt's four build- ings will also be alive with art, in- eluding the Members' 56th Annu- al Fine Arts Exhibit, the Mem- bers' Arts and Crafts Sales Gallery, the Homestead Mansion (Rehoboth's oldest house), and the Chambers Studio, which will serve sandwiches, desserts, and beverages created by Joyce Fisher of Plaza Gourmet Restaurant. Impromptu musical perfor- mances are also a special part of the RAL Outdoor Show, accord- ing to RAL music chair Elizabeth Palmer. The "Atlantic Blends" barber- shop group will perform on the grounds on Sunday Aug. 14 at 11 a.m. Other musicians who are antici- pated to perform during the Out- door Show include: artist and jazz musicain Bob Doney; pianist Richard Harrison; artist and ac- cordian player Jack Lewis; pianist Elizabeth Palmer; and artist and vocalist Winthrop Buswell, who made his Carnegie Hall debut in June. The Outdoor Show is a major fundraiser for the RAL, which is a non-profit arts organization cele- brating 56 years of showcasing the arts on Delmarva. Members of the Outdoor SHow committee are Dolores Andew, chair; Nanette Currie Cunliffe, chair emeritus; Charles Palmer, RAt director; Carolyn Wright; Bill Holman; Hugh Andrew; Joe Whalen; Betty and Fritz Hesse- mer; Elizabeth Palmer; Lockwood Wright; Ed Miller; Lynn and Grant Massey; Maia Cannon; Fred Williams; Jan Daisey; Ralph Scaggs; and Susan Steele. The Rehoboth Art League is lo- cated at 12 Dodds Lane, Henlopen Acres, Rehoboth Beach. For direstions or information, please call (302) 227-8408. of Delaware College of Agricultural Sciences FARM presents, o. AND HOME ~ FREE MEMBERSHIP ~ Special feature - two nationally recognized race car drivers and their vehicles will address seat belt safety! lhtckh' Bear and others will be there to help! Route I Midway Shopping Ctr. MILLSBORO SEAFORD  yRehoboth Beach, DE. Long Neck Plaza Stein Hwy. 645 - 8734 Long Neck Road 629-7060 945-2283 SALISBURY n ]00IDEO 1720 .. Salisbury N. Central Ave. Blvd. 875-2216 (410) 742-8060 FIELD DAY] ,i / f//' "Agriculture's Impact On r ou. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 8:30 AM- 3:00 PM Research & Education Center, Rt. 9, West of Georgetown FIELD TOURS 8t DEMONSTRATIONS Featuring new developments in production agriculture or conservation practices. See the latest no fill drill equipment! COMPUTER EXPO A "hands on" program exploring computers and the farm family. Vendors will be available. LAWN 8t GARDEN EXPO Garden Demonstrations Commercial exhibitors demonstrating equipment and services for the homeowner. LANDSCAPE DISPLAYS Sussex County landscapers will have displays throughout the grounds. 4-11 FARM ANIMAL DISPLAY An opportunity to explore livestock production up close! CONSUMER PROGRAMS Speakers on Pesticides, Water Quality and Food Safety issues throughout the morning. HERITAGE DISPLAY A tribute to our rural roots! Highlights include butter making, corn husk dolls, quilting and more! 1890s TOWN BALL The beginning of the game we call baseball. Great fun! You'll want to play and you can! FARM HEALTH DAY AND SAFE KIDS ACTiViTiES Injury is the most significant health problem affecting farm families A multitude of events will highlight rural safety. Many more events throughout the day! Join us for our traditional chicken and watermelon lunch at the "Gmve". Find out for,