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Bethany's Annual Boarc The 19th annual Kay Anderson Bethany Boardwalk Arts Festival, with more than 190 professional artists and crafters, will be held Saturday, Aug. 23, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the boardwalk. The rain date is Sunday, Aug. 24. This year's festival has been re- named in memory of Kay Ander- son because of her dedication to the event, community and the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce. Anderson founded the Arts Fest in 1976 during her more than 12 years of service as executive director of the Cham- ber. Through the years, the event has earned recognition as one of the most popular outdoor shows on the East Coast. Complemented by the sights and sounds of the beach, world-renowned and local artists will be displaying their collec- tions. Artisans' works are judged on originality and detail, thereby offering a vast selection of arts and crafts. All works are original; no kits or commercially manufac- tured items are permitted. The Bethany-Fenwick area has a number of professional artists with unique talent who will be participating in the affair, in addi- tion to artists and crafters from across the country. ,'Many of the public's favorite artists will be at the festival once again, in addition to some exciting new talent," said Arts Fest chair Ellen Rice. This year, there will be paintings, photography, sculp- Rehoboth Jazz Joint looking for volunteers The Delaware Celebration of Jazz is looking for volunteers to staff the recently opened "Jazz Joint" at 236 Rehoboth Avenue. The Jazz Joint is the retail and ticket sales outlet for the Rehoboth Beach Autumn Jazz Festival scheduled for Oct. 16-19. The Joint will be open Wednesday through Sunday from 4 to 9 p.m. To leave your name and number, call 1-800-MUSIC. Also, volunteers are needed for this year during Jazz Festival Week. Extremities Continued from page 66 the audience that these are actors that they are watching, and even if it is not a play that will provide light entertainment, it should be appreciated as a theatrical con- cept. And she points out that the good news is that there are things to do and people that can help those on both sides of the violenc e against women issue. She said there will be names and phone numbers of agencies and organizations that provide assistance, counseling and other liaison services for those who are abused and the abusers. "It's in the news daily; it's an is- sue that is before us. But we still don't deal with it very well," she said. "This play will allow us to look closer at our own attitudes as well as those of society in gener- al." The director said Peggy Raley of Nassau Valley Vineyards has been very cooperative in making the production of "Extremities" possible. She said the idea of a presentation that will benefit a women's shelter appealed to the young businesswoman. Seats are not reserved, but those wishing to attend "Extremities" can reserve a ticket by calling 645-9463. Rehoboth Location Only CBEn jqFE Now Open For Sunday Brunch Belgian waffles with fresh fruit, scrumptious muffins and scones, fresh bagels, assorted daily omelettes with fruit shakes, coffee, espresso, cappuecino Come join us in the a,m. for a refreshing start of your day Also serving lunch and dinner, our ereatlve and healthy Salads. Sandwiches, and Pastas. A few Tasty Samples; SALADS - Organic field greens and garden herbs with pears. apples, gorgonzola cheese, with a pinenut'vinalgrette "Summer Salad" of vine ripe tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella cheese. sweet red onions, and a basil Infused vinaigrette SANDWICHES - A miso-honey glazed tuna burger with sprouts. pickled ginger, and wasabi aioli, served with cold Io-meln salad Skinless breast of chicken with applewood smoked bacon, mon- terey jack cheese, served with a dijon-mayo PASTAS - Wild mushrooms, pancetta, sun-dried tomatoes, shal- lots. spinach, thyme, and a splash of cream Grilled tomato-eggplaant sauce, with chicken, broccoli, and plum tomatoes, served with a herbed walnut ricotta. 122A Rehoboth Avenue * 227-3330 Open through the fall. alk Arts Festival returns Aug. 23 ture, fiber art, pottery, stained glass, woodworking, jewelry, soft sculpture, hand-painted clothing and more. Children will have the chance to create their own "art" in different mediums with the assis- tance of artists participating in the festivities as well. "Don't miss this opportunity to view fine arts and crafts from lo- cal and national professionals," said Kori L. Wisniewski, execu- tive director of the chamber. "The all-day event is sure to be fun for the entire family." For more information, call the Bethany-Fenwick Chamber of Commerce at 539-2100. Harbor Lights restaurant "Serving delicious food with a relaxed atmosphere for the whole family." The Original Place For Ribs' SEAFOOD, STEAKS, CHICKEN, & PRIME RIB BREAKFAST BUFFET DAILY. 8 A.M. . 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