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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 14 - August 20, 1998 - 65 .... '::::::" Since 1935 r Elegant Dining i::. .......... ii :::::. .I: ! 'v.'.i | [" -,ic K m a  ...............  ..........  1 I .J..^ U Casualitmosphere F/i Tree00haded [ L'""'" t Porches&Patios Rosnne Pack photo I "-'- -  Breakfast & Dinner Daily _ r  Saturday & Sunday Brunch Lewes Senior Center Summer Bazaar set Aug. 21 E  Setting the scene for the Summer Bazaar, an annual event at Lewes Senior Center, members TAUR Live Jazz Fri., Sat., & Sun. (l-r) Anna Ritthaler; Birdie Galbraith, center director; Ingrid Spencer; and Mary Gal- " '  Bring Your Own Wine or Sptrits! braithshow off some of the items that will be on sale Friday, August 21, 9 a.m.. 3 p.m. Members will present an assortment of handmade craft items including the popular 50 Park Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE "Dammit Dolls" pictured here, ceramics, handmade quilts, books, jewelry and white ele- 3 blocks ._-t the north end _oof the boardwalk, phants. The thrift shop will be open, there will be a 50-50 drawing, a bake table will be set up a block and a half from the beac?L and lunch will be available. Admission to the bazaar is free and there is ample free parking around the center. Lewes 302-227-83 Senior Center is north of Five Points, outside Nassau Mobile Home Park; for information, call Reservations Recommended 645-9293. BYOB * FREE PARKING Senior Singles Mingle announce events Seniors Singles Mingle, an or- ganization for Delmarva's single men and women, ages 50 and over, have announced their plans for August. Aug. 14 - American Legion Post 28 in Millsboro, 6:30 p.m. The Honeycombs will provide en- tertainment. Aug. 16 - Potluck picnic at the John West Park, 2 p.m. Aug. 17 - Board meeting at Nancy's, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 19 - Shorebirds baseball game, 7:05 p.m., $19. Aug. 21 - General meeting at Ocean View Leisure and Recre- ation Center, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 23 - Bethany Beach Street Kids Continued from page 62 The co-directors are graduates of Milford High School where they participated in theatre; both are active with Second Street Players, Possum Point Players and the Kent County Theatre Guild. Many of the Street Kids are also veterans of Second Street produc- tions as well as dance and music school recitals. Throughout the cast are many returning Street Kids and youngsters who have performed in such community the- atre productions as "Miracle on 34th Street," "The Secret Gardon," "Cinderella," "The Mouse Who Didn't Believe in Santa Claus," "Charlotte's Web" and "The Trumpet of the Swan." Appearing in Street Kids' "The- atre Magic" are Nicole Payne, Bandstand, 7:30 p.m., with the Honeycombs. Aug. 25 and 26 - Cruise. Call for information. Aug. 28 - Country Garden Restaurant, lunch at 1 p.m. The purpose of the Senior Sin- gles Mingle is to promote and es- tablish friendships between people 50 and older who are widowed, di- vorced or single. Membership is $6 per year; new members may at- tend the first meeting gratis. Ac- tivities are restricted to paid mem- bers only. For membership infor- mation, call Janice at 436-8584. Call Nancy at 539-9459 or Bob at 539-9614 for reservations or car pool information. Elizabeth Barriga, Jack Herholdt, Courtney Kristen Docherty, Jenna Lynn Marine, Taylor Rigby, Kel- lie Mullarkey, Skye Mullarkey, Katie VanVorst, Laura VanVorst, Devon Burtelle, Amanda Steven- son, Alison Marshall, Jordan Fitzgerald, Natalie Davis, Erica Godwin, Meaghan Gonzalez, Brandon Twilley, Tyler Twilley, Katie Everett, John Maybee and Lindsay Roberts. Admission to Street Kids is $3; there are no reserved seats, and tickets may be purchased at the door. The public performance of "Theatre Magic" is Friday, Aug. 21, 7:30 p.m. in the Riverfront Theatre, 2 S. Walnut St. The the- atre is accessible to people with disabilities. For information, call 422-0220. Second Street Players is sup- ported, in part, by the Delaware Division of the Arts and the City of Milford. LIVE! EVENING WITH GRAMMY AWARD WINNING M ERL SAU N DERS Sat. & Sun. Aug. 15th & 16th 7 PM 'til Closing Make Reservagion,a Now! Grag Appetizers Gold Medal Homemade Desserts Award Winning Entre FINE SEAFOOD PREPARED BY CHEF MARK JACOBSON FROM SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA'S WINE COUNTRY Colossal 5tufted .hrimp with Lobster & Scallops Tiramisu 5leak-N-Cake - Filet Mignon & Crab Cake White Chocolate Cheesecake Live Maine Lobster 1 1/2 pounds White Chocolate Berry Turtles Lobster/5allops Cakes with Lemon Cream Bitter 5west, Chocolate Mousse Grilled Swordfish White Chocolate Mousse