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Annual Festival Hispano to celebrate heritage Aug. 24 Festival Hispano 2003 will take place from noon to 6 p.m., Sun- day, Aug. 24 at the Millsboro Lit- tle League Complex on State Street. This will be the festival's ninth year in Sussex County. Festival Hispano is free and open to all who want to celebrate Latino cultural heritage. The day includes music, dancing, authen- tic Mexican and Latin American food and once again, a special tent devoted exclusively to kids' entertainment. The festival is one of many ac- tivities sponsored by the local arts organization known as El Centro Cultural. Formed in 1995 to pro- vide more artistic, cultural and so- cial programs, El Centro Cultural plays an important role in discov- ering and promoting local His- panic artists, supporting local arts education and coordinating local community events. Festival Hispano was nominat- ed by former U.S. Sen. Bill Roth and was selected by the Library of Congress as a "Delaware Local Legacy," recognizing that in a few years, the Hispanic commu- nity has become an integral part of Delaware's culture and history. For more information about the festival, call 645-6575 or email GMartine @ CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Aug. 8 -Aug. 14, 2003. 119 Submitted photo Festival Hispano in Millsboro is a colorful celebration of history and culture. The festival will celebrate its ninth year Animal communicator to visit Rehoboth Beach on Aug. 29 29, and Saturday, Aug. 30. Sessions last approximately 15 to 20 minutes and reservations are recommended. The cost is $40 .pc.r session, with a $10 fee for each additional animal added to a session. To reserve a place, call the Americlnn at 226-0700. Since childhood, Roadcap said she has been communicating with animals and has been able to learn their thoughts and natures. Her intuitiveness, she said, has al- lowed her to uncover animals' pain and suffering and undetected illnesses, as well as their joys, likes and dislikes. Roadcap has found lost and in- jured animals, rescuing them from dangerous situations including burning buildings and unsafe and unfamiliar territory. One of her rescues was featured in a local Virginia newspaper. Roadcap has also worked with the greyhound rescue and is often called to speak to animals before they are placed in their new homes. She works with the sheltie res- cue and many other Virginia res- cue organizations as well. She is a nationwide and international consultant and is in demand as a powerful and informative speaker. The Americlnn is a canine- friendly hotel. It has recently placed gourmet treats, courtesy of Critter Beach, in those rooms re- served with a dog; it also boasts a designated dogwalk with pick-up bags and special snacks for break- fast. For reservations or more in- formation, call 226-0700. The Americlnn Lodge and Suites of Re- hoboth will host animal communicator Diane Road- cap from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday, Aug. ROADCAP O HIBHWAY ONE 4:00 HAPPY 6:00 HOUR ! MARGARITA MONDAYS I TUESDAY WINTER THIRSTY FRIDAY | 'TINIS WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS WINE DOWN Jos# Cuervo Jake's Icl Jake's Blizzard All Vodka Wines Margarltas Martinis Frozen Drinks Drinks by the Glass S4 $4 S4 $4 $4 Happy Hour specials only available at the Bar Area at the 4443 Hlzhway One location