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72 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 15 - August 21, 1997 Benefit set for Lewes Aug. 24 The Punkin Chunkin Associa- tion and the Friends of Connie Holt Barnes, will hold a benefit party and pig roast on Sunday, Aug. 24 at Capt. Speed's River- side Park, located at the end of Pi- lottown Road in Lewes. The event, which begins at noon, is being held to raise funds to send local "chunkers" to Illinois to re- cover the Punkin' Chunkin' tro- phy, as well to offset medical costs incurred by Connie Holt Barnes. The party will be emceed by Dave "Fredman" Frederick and will include entertainment by D.J. "Capt. Joe" from noon to 6 p.m., The Wise Guys from 2 to 6 p.m., and The Stumble, featuring local heroes Mark, Phil, Eric and Allen. beginning at 6 p.m. An auction and raffles will also be held. The party is BYOB, and guests should bring their own lawn chairs. For more information or to make a donation, call Paula at 645-8894. HANDS ON Studio (P, F The Fire 5a*io) Third Block Shopo,Rehoboth Avenue, 226-2110 Paint your own Pottcryt Select From Hundreds of Pieces/ ***l)aily 5pecialsff** Wacky Wlnesd Mondf Friday I Cream Social 2 foe I Tuesday rturday Kkls Hooe A e Night ' I Subscribe to the Cape Gazette - 645-7700 Moon exhibit opens An opening reception is set for 6 to 8 pan., Friday, Aug. 15, at Nassau Valley Vine- yards to celebrate the exhibit "Body and Emotion" by pho- tographer Angle Moon of Re. hoboth Beach. Over 20 pho- tographs featuring different settings and emotional con- tent are included in the ex- hibit. "Personal Trainer" above is one example of her work. The exhibit will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Satur- day and noon to 5 p.m., Sun- days. For more information call 645-4698. Benefit auction set Aug. 16 in Fenwick Joe Shaia, owner of Shaia's Es- tate Auction House in Fenwick Is- land, has announced a fund-rais- ing auction on Saturday, Aug. 16 to benefit the Children's House By The Sea, a project of the Grant-A-Wish Foundation. The auction will take place from 7:30 to 10 p.m. at Shaia's Estate Auc- tions at the Fenwick Center locat- ed on Route 1 in Fenwick Island. The proceeds, five percent of jew- elry sales and 10 percent of all other sales will be donated to the Grant-A-Wish Foundation for the Children's House By The Sea. Some of the items up for auc- tion include lithographs by Dali, Chagall, Miro, Picasso, and Calder, solid mahogany furniture such as bedding, dining room ta- bles and chairs, and dressers; crys- tal by Waterford, Dresden and Lalique; porcelain by Meissen, Lladro and Hummel; watches by Rolex, Cartier, Baume and Merci- er, plus a 194-piece bronze collec- tion from a private collection. "By far, our beach retreats have been the most popular of all our programs," said Brian Morrison, executive director for the Grant- A-Wish Foundation. "We receive glowing praise of the retreats be- cause of the hospitality and kind- ness that the merchants and resi- dents of Ocean City have extend- ed to our families. With ongoing support from fund-raisers such as this one, we can increase our ef- forts in providing a centralized and supportive environment in the Children's House By The Sea." Since 1986, Grant-A-Wish has provided over 24,000 complimen- tary individual accommodations. Boney Jones Diane Schur Ptus...75 other exdUng events at over 30 different venues, including a free Oceanfront Midday Concert, EducaUonat Seminars, Jazz Brunches, Intimate CLub Shows, Art Exhibits and more... 6m000000rniw lXPIRIINI OUR GOLDEN SEASON e e. October 16  October 19 FRIDAY, OCT. 17 Hennessy, Grand Marnier and Moet Chandon present Saxophonist Boney 3ones, whose newly-released Sweet Thing was rated #2 in the nation by Billboard. with legendary Guitarist Stanley Jordan opening. Rehoboth Beach Convention Center, 8pm SATURDAY, OCT. 18 Originator of the YellowJackeLs, Blues Guitarist Robben Ford Bottle and Cork, Dewey Beach, 3prn. The "new first lady of jazz," double Grammy winner, Singer Diane Schur Rehoboth Beach Convention Center, 9prn SUNDAY, OCT. 19 Redefining contemporary instrumental music, Trumpeter Rick Braun, with Steel Drum Percussionist Andy NareU opening Bay Center, Dewey Beach, 2pro Ticket and Accommodation Information: 1 -800-29-MUSIC Call for the Latest infol AlL shows produced by Biit Royston. Art acts scheduled to appear, subject to confirmation. Presented by the Delaware Cerebration of 3azz, Inc., a non-profit whose proceeds aid young musicians throughout Southern Delaware. Hennessy OET&CHANDON