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Artist Jack Lewis is shown at the Rehoboth Art League screening of the documentary, "If You Lived Here, You Would Be Home Now," which was shown Friday, Aug. 8. RAL hosts screening of Jack Lewis documentary The Rehoboth Art League's Chambers Studio was filled on Friday, Aug. 8 for the screening of the Jack Lewis documentary, "If You Lived Here, You Would Be Home Now." The 90-minute movie, which was attended by Jack Lewis, was produced by Academy Award nominated film maker David Petersen. The documentary shows the im- pact Lewis has had on Bridgeville, as well as the beauty and insight of its townspeople. Bridgeville has become an astonishing exam- ple of how one artist, without money or celebrity, has profound- ly affected the perceptions and lives of those least exposed to the arts. Lewis has had connections with the Rehoboth Art League since its beginnings in the 1930s. A longtime teacher and exhibitor at the Art League, Lewis was the first recipient of the Governor's Award as Visual Artist of the Year in Delaware in 1981. A pro- lific artist, he is known for his many murals on buildings throughout the state as well as his travel books including "The Delaware Scene" (1940), "Chesa- peake Bay Scene" (1953) and "Bay and River Delaware" (1980). Copies of "If You Lived Here, You Would Be Home Now," can be purchased at the Art League at 12 Dodds Lane, Rehoboth Beach, DE 1997 !. 00eat Pi00mr Values all Week to00g At Lampo Post Seafood Restaurant Shrimp Monday All you care to eat of steamed spicy shrimp $14.95 Tuesday Go Crab Crazy! For one great price of $15.95 enjoy a crab appetizer and a crab entree. Lots of choices. Wednesday BBQ All you can eat of hickory smoked BBQ Ribs $13.95 Thursday is Prime Rib Night Our slow-roasted tender Prime Rib for $14.50 Friday Seafood Feast All you care to eat of steamed snow crab legs and spicy PYO shrimp $18.95 Sunday Steamed Snow Crab Legs All you care to eat. Delicious steamed snow crab legs, served with soup, salad, vegetable & Lamp Post Bread Basket $18.95 Lamp Post so.g Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner SeafoodRestaurant Everyday Except Christmas Rt. 1 at RI. 24 Rehobolh (302) 645-9132 CAPE GAZETI, Friday, August 22 - August 28, 1997 - 77 Tuckahoe Outlaw Days t ated for Sept. 6-7 Outlaws and in-laws are invited to the rootin' tootin' days of shoot-outs, horse and mule races, games and gustatorial pleasures at the Tuckahoe Outlaw Days at the equestrian center in Tuckahoe State Park near Queen Anne, Md. Set for 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6 and Sunday, Sept. 7, the event features reenactments of wild west shoot-outs conducted by the Tuchahoe Outlaws and Paden's Posse. Entertainment throughout the day includes coun- try music, calf roping, jousting and line dancing. Children's activ- ities include horse and pony rides, panning for gold, a petting zoo and taking a turn as deputy sheriff. There will be food and arts and crafts on sale, and a pie eating contest. Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for children. For informa- tion, call 410-820-2914. "In the tradition of the finest French Country Inns!" THE BANKING HOUSE INN ef Ron invites you to join im and his expert staff at the Banking House Inn to sample one of his delicious French-style recipes. Prix Fixe Dinners 5 - 6:30 p.m. Under $15.  Includes soup or salad, entre6, dessert & beverage, Just 20 minutes north of Rehoboth in Milford, Delaware you'll find this fabulous restaurant housed in an exquisite Historic Inn. Dine indoors or outside on the porch overlooking the Mispillion River 112 NW Front Street Milford, Delaware Sunday, Tuesday - Friday 11-2 & 5-9 l ill Saturdays 5-9 * Closed Mondays "|L 422-5708