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80 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 14 - August 20, 1998 Bill Itzel will perform Sun- day, Aug. 23, hosted by Sea- side Baptist Church. Christian music on tap in Lewes Aug. 23 Bill Itzel will bring his ministry of Christian music to the Cape Region at 10 a.m., Sunday, Aug. 23, at the Lewes Senior Center. Itzel's visit to the area is spon- sored by the Seaside Baptist Church; the event is free and open to all. Both a singer and a song- writer, Itzel grew up surrounded by Christian music; his father was a minister of music for more than 30 years. He attended Christian school and Bible college before joining the "First Family of Gospel Music," the Speers. He traveled nationally with the Speers and was featured on two radio singles that climbed to the No. 1 spot on "Singing News," "Cash Box" and "Gospel Voice" charts. He earned Dove and Grammy nominations for the songs. In 1990, he began his own family ministry, and in 1992, he began to write all of his own mu- sic and produce his own albums. Since that time, he has sung again with the Speers and appeared on the Bill Gaither Video Project. Itzel has written and recorded more than 70 songs. He and his wife, Karen, and two children travel throughout the year, minis- tering in 120 churches and con- cert events a year. Humanities Forum offers September programs The Delaware Humanities Fo- rum celebrates its 25th anniver- sary of supporting educational programming in Delaware, and will present the following pro- grams in September. All programs are free and open to the public. Sept. 15, 7 p.m. "Preserving the Memories of World War II." This program features stories about the last generation of Amer- ican heroes with storyteller Ed Okonowicz. It will be held at the Rehoboth Public Library. For more information, call 227-8044. Sept. 16, 1 p.m. "The Ameri- can Appreciation of Wilderness." This slide presentation by Nancy McCagney highlights the growing appreciation for wilderness in American history. Sponsored by Open auditions set for Delaware Ballet The Delaware Ballet Company will hold auditions for qualified applicants who are interested in joining Delaware's leading semi- professional ballet company from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 29. Auditions will take place at the headquarters of the Delaware Bal- let, located at the Central Dance Academy in Dover. Dancers need not be students of the Central Dance Academy; stu- dents of other schools are not ex- cluded. Delaware Ballet is seeking ma- ture dancers who have at least one year of "pointe." The company performs two full-length classical ballets and one repertoire program in its sea- son, and promotes the arts, espe- cially ballet, through smaller pro- ductions performed throughout the year. For more information, call 302- 697-8116. CREATIVE CUISINE The Newest Restaurant On Second Street GREAT SELECTION OF WINES BY THE GLASS by JEFF IRW & PHIL MLER Eve Thursday from 7 to lO ! SUMMER SUNSET MENU Soup or Salad & Entree $13.00 Available Sunday-Friday Nights 5-7 Saturday Night 5:30 - 7 SUNDAY BRUNCH 11 - 2 Serving Lunch & Dinner Wednesday - Monday CLOSED TUESDAY Lunch11:30-3 Dinner from5 "BEST NEw RESTAURANT AT THE BEACH" 1998 -- Delaware Today the Milton Senior Citizens Club, the program will be held at St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church Hall. Call 684-4487 for more in- formation. Sept. 16; 7 p.m. "French Vic- tors, Villains and Victims on Can- vas." This presentation by Sandra Denney examines the work of Jacques-Louis David as he record- ed the tumultuous history of his country from monarchy through revolution and empire. The pro- gram will be held at the Chambers Studio at the Rehoboth Art League. Call 227-8408 for more information. Sept. 23, 1 p.m. "Our Amish Neighbors." Why the Amish came to Delaware, how this became a successful community and com- mon misconceptions about the Amish way of life will be explored in this presentation by Allen Clark. Sponsored by the Milton Senior Citizens Club, the program will be held at St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church Hall. For more information, call 684-4487. Sept. 28. "Learning from the Holocaust: Listening to Sur- vivors." Sara Horowitz of the University of Delaware will deliv- er this presentation to the Adult Plus+ Program of Delaware Tech- nical & Community College, Owens campus. For more information and time, call 856-5618, Fine Dining Since 1980 Continental Cuisine Romantic Atmosphere Award-Winning Wine List includes Oer 40 Fabulous Wines Priced 525 or Less 210 Second Street, Rehoboth Beach RESERVATIONS: 227-6494 Tllllrsflay