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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 16 - August 92,1996.63 Sea Witch accepting vendor applications The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce is accept- ing applications for vendors for the 7th Annual Sea Witch Halloween Festival, Fiddler&apos;s Convention and Laser Show. The festival dates are Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 26 and 27. Vendors will be set up around the Rehohoth Reach land.tnnd and on aturday, Oct. C26, sholtor will bo provided in the event of bad weather. The cost is $100 for an 8'x12' space. For additional information or applic_ations, call 227-2233. Waterfront Arts Festival coming to Lewes Aug. 25 The Annual Lewes Waterfront Arts Festival, sponsored by the Lighthouse Restaurant at Fisherman's Wharf, will be held this year on Sunday, Aug. 25 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the restaurant. As in past years, this year's festival will feature free T.shirt painting, with ma- rine creatures like starfish and finfish, for children at 10 a.m.; artists from the Cape Artists painting marine scenes on location from 10 a.m. on; a children's art competition beginning at I p.m.; demonstrations of the art of seafood cooking by Lighthouse Restaurant proprietor and Chef Paul Buchness; and a performance at 4 p.m. of Pinnochio by the Rehoboth Summer Chil- dren's Theater. All of the activities are free and the Lighthouse Restaurant invites all to come and enjoy a day of waterfront arts at the Fourth Annual Lewes Waterfint Arts Festival. Possum Juniors' first production will be "Winnie the Pooh" on Aug. 29-30 The Possum Juniors, the youth division of the Possum Point Play- ers, have announced that their first production will be the classic "Winnie the Pooh". Performances are scheduled at Possum Hall in Georgetown at 7 p.m. on Thurs- day and Friday, Aug. 29 and 30 and at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 31. Tickets will be sold at the door at $6 for adults and $4 for children and students. "Winnie the Pooh" has been dramatized by Kristin Sergel from the beloved stories written by A.A. Milne. Winnie the Pooh is Christopher Robin's lovable bear who spends his time peacefully wandering through the woods eat- ing "a little something" and visit- ing his friends Rabbit, Eeyore and Piglet. All is fine until a mysteri- ous creature, Kanga, comes to the woods with her son, Roo, and she brings a bathtub and soap. To Pooh's horror, his friend Piglet gets adopted by Kanga who forces him to take strengthening medi- cine and baths. Pooh wants to res- cue his friend, but has consumed so many "little somethings" that he gets stuck in the doorway. Eventually, all is happily resolved in this story which is a real treat for audiences of all ages. This production is co-directed by Mary DeBastiani and Tim Fan- nin and produced by Stephanie Sharman. All are experienced thespians and are delighted to col- laborate in this first major play presented by the Possum Juniors. They invite all to come and enjoy this fun-filled show; for more in- formation, call 856-2321. It's a Wise Bird who reserves Historic New Castle Antiques Show set Aug. 25 Historic New Castle will play host to the eighth annual Historic New Castle Antiques Show. Over one hundred dealers from ten states will present a wide array of antiques and collectibles in Bat- tery Park, rain or shine, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 25. The antiques show is profes- sionally managed by show pro- moters David and Peter Mancuso of New Hope, Pa. and is run as a benefit for the Historic New Cas- tle Visitor's Bureau. More than 100 exhibitors will offer fine American and European period and country furniture, folk art, porcelains, fine art, jewelry, ac- cessories, prints, collectibles and more. For more information on New Castle's lodging, dining and local attractions, call (800) 758- 1550 and for more information on the show, call (215) 862-5828. Long WEEKENDS Breakfast Ala Carte or Fabulous Buffet " $5.95 /n BA rants & Rehoboth Beach '*  ' k H Lunch " Buffet Daily $5.95 Noon to " 3 P.M. Rehoboth Beach Rehoboth " Sunday 7 10 P.M. VINTAGE KEYS with Ev Sn ! Jf I  iii!S":" i:'i!>"i:'" "'"":ii'+ ":':ii>" i!i:' ..i: >ilili:"F"' ::: :!iii i ::-iigiii ......... iii ii!!iiii!i!!!!iiiiiii::ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilgiiiiiiiiiiiiiil;i:: ....................... ,::: ......... >\>: =.::i ................... !: >::\>iii!!iii:i":"::'!"\>< >\>:iiiiii\>=iiiii:::::=:ii" >:!: >::::  :=. " <i!ill i'>:: .......................  !>=:: iiiiiiii!i!iiiii!!iii!i!iii!ii!!ii!iiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.= .: .......... 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