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72 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 22 - August 28, 1997 Trap Pond State Park offers Nanticoke canoe trip The Baldcypress Nature Center at Trap Pond State Park will be host- ing a Nanficoke River canoe trip on Saturday, Aug. 23, beginning at 9 a.m. This canoe excursion will explore the upper reaches of the scenic Nanticoke River and will last about four hours. Equipment and trans- portation will be provided. The cost is $15 per person and advanced reg- istration is required. For more information or to register, call the Nature" Center at 875-5163. Rounne Pack photo Second Street Players' Street Kids are set to prove that there's no business like show busi- ness as they prepare for "Tater Tots Tunes/Toons" Friday, Aug. 22, 7:30 p.m. in Milford. Pic- tured are, standing (l-r) Devon Burtelle, Ashley Kirby, John Maybee, Jack Herholdt, David Landis and Gordon Kramer; kneeling and seated, Sara Coyne, Jessica Schlegel, Skye Mullarkey, Morgan Linton, Brogan Honey-King, Corey Tappan, Tyler Twilley and Patrick Lonergan. Street Kids sing their way through tunes and teens; show opens Aug. 22 If the "Jaws" shark doesn't de- week as microwave cartons and "Tater Tots Tunes/Teens" is the vour the cast or the doe (a deer) paper towel boxes were cut into finale to the three-week program. doesn't run them down with sharp stars, palm leaves, sea horses and The mostly musical take-off on a little hooves, the Street Kids even a yellow Submarine. Spray television variety show includes should be ready for their public paint, staples and glue are also snippets from "Annie," "101 Dal- performance Friday, Aug. 22. common construction materials matians," "Evita," "Yellow Sub- Members of the Second Street during Street Kids. marine," "George of the Jungle" Players' summer theatre work- As some wielded spray cans and and "The Little Mermaid." Many shop have spent the last three others took measurements of ofthesongs willbring back mem- weeks learning some basics of soon-to-be Flintstones characters, ories of television commercials as theatre, and creating their own Street Kids members joked and the youngsters sing of Rice-A- production, "Tater Tots teased with each other, threaten- Roni, Amour hotdogs, N-E-S-T- Tunes/Teens." ing to up-stage each other or step L-E-S and the Coea Cola sharing Under the guidance of director into someone else's spotlight, song, 'id Like to Teach the John Moore, assistants Ginger Moore observed that shyness is World to Sing." Angstadt and Dana Hayes, and not much of a problem with this The Friday night performance music director Kane Mowrey, the crop of actors. Street Kids performance is at 7:30 youngsters have had a hand in "Kids are kids, but they are p.m.; and tickets are $3, seats are music selection, dialogue, prop mostly cooperatNe, and they are not reserved. design and costume creation, certainly having a good time," the There will be an intermission, Moore said that this production is director laughed. He also said that and the show is approximately typical of community theatre, and many of the parents have pitched one and one half hours long. For there were a few items to be paint- in with materials for props or cos- information, call 422-0220. ed or glued at the last minute; but tumes, and they have been gener- Second Street Player s' River- the young actors and techies all ous with offers of help. front Theatre is at 2 S. Walnut St., had a hand in bringing the show to Moore is also a member of the downtown Milford. The theatre is the stage. Second Street Players' board of air conditioned and accessible to Cardboard boxes, always a sta- directors, and he pointed out that the disabled. pie of Second Street Players Chil- the organization encourages fami- The Players are supported in dren's Theatre productions, were ly participation in all productions, part by the Delaware Division of much in evidence earlier this The public performance of the Arts. Cape May-Lewes Ferry Family Fun Cruise Finale set Aug. 31 On Sunday, Aug. 31, the Cape can enjoy, the many comforts and Bay. What a great way to top off May-Lewes Ferry will offer its fi- amenities of the most luxurious the Labor Day weekend," Sharp nal special family fun "cruise. De- ferry vessels in the nation, said. The ferry leaves the Lewes parting from the Lewes terminal, ',We've sponsored three special terminal at 5 p.m., with boarding foot passengers will cruise the cruises this summer, and each one at 4:30 p.m. The cost is $10 per Delaware Bay aboard the MV has been a resounding success," person and tickets are available on Twin Capes to the sounds of"Sys- remarked Larry Sharp, director of a first-come, first serve basis on tem 7," one of the area's hottest marketing, referring to the more the day of the event, but reserva- bands, than 700 people who boarded the tions are recommended by dialing The special cruise comes com- Twin Capes on the previous fami- 1-800-64FERRY. Food and bev- plete with clowns and face ly fun cruise on Sunday, Aug. 17. erages will be available for pur- painters to entertain the young "Residents and vacationers can chase but are not permitted to be ones. In addition, while aboard the enjoy music, family fun, and most carried on board. 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