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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 29 - September 4, 1997 - 89 "Beach House" 25 TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL THIS WEEK Roast Prime Rib of Beef including Salad Bar & Potato DuJour s159  Pat Tobin ** on the Grand Piano Serving dinner from 5.0 pan. Thursday thru Sunday DJ Frida Saturday & Sunday For Dancing 9:00 p.m. Located at 59 Lake Avenue, Rehoboth * Reservation.227-6121 Not valid with any other offers Rosanne Pack photo Rosario Hernandez (center) helps Liz Castellanos and Lawrence Jones arrange paper flow- ers at last year's Georgetown Hispanic Festival. Georgetown Hispanic Festival to feature music, crafts, food Georgetown's Third Annual Hispanic Festival will take place on Sunday, Sept. 14, from 1 to 7 p.m. on the grounds of St. Michael's Catholic Church, locat- ed at 202 Edwards Street. Admis- sion is free. The festival will feature Latin American music and crafts, Mexi- can and Central American food, a traditional Hispanic clothing show, and many activities for chil- dren. Music will be provided by Katafi, Heuheulcoyotl, Voces de Chile, Alma Boliviana and Group Rufian. The event also features the talents of Julia Ajmac, Martin .Children's Theatre of Delmar finds a new home After a year and a half in opera- tion as a non-profit performing arts organization, the Children's Theatre of Delmar has a place to call home. The group announced recently that they have been granted the use of a local facility at 117 East Main Street in Salisbury. The of- fice space will be utilized for act- ing workshops, auditions, re- hearsals and administrative pur- poses. "The organizationhas been in need of a place to hold group functions for months," said Carlos Mir, president of the group. "Finding available room to hold events such as auditions has been challenging. "Borrowing back rooms and Boast Continued from page 88 follows the parade, is the culmina- tion of a day celebrating Lewes' rich coastal life. The tent on the canal will be filled with visitors and locals en- joying hors d'oeuvre ...... :ash bar and live musical entertainment as school auditoriums has its limita- tions. We deeply appreciate the community's continued support of the Children's Theater of Delmar and our efforts to bring cultural learning to the public and its chil- dren. It's just good to have a cen- tral location that serves the needs of the families in our community," Mir said. Meridian, Inc. of Salisbury do- nated the use of the office to the theater company. The organization plans to move into the office later this month, but already has immediate plans tO make use of the new-found room. For additional information, call Debbie Bock at 410-860-0150 or Julie Dilworth at 846-0218. well as having the opportunity to meet the captain of the sea. Tickets to the party are $10 per person and will be sold at the en- trance to the tent. Many other activities are sched- uled for Boast the Coast Day, in- cluding a seafood sampling, a craft show sponsored by the Lewes Historical Society at the Historic Complex and the mer- chmts' fall sidewalk sale. Chavez, Ricardo Cantu, Rocio Flores, Rosario Hernandez, Carlos Morales, Juan Perez, Ramiro Ro- driguez, and the siblings Ed, Mark, Wendy Ruiz and Mafia Sil- va. The festival is sponsored by the Centro Cultural and the Liga Lati- na de Futbol (Soccer) de Delmar- va, and is also made possible by contributions from the Division of the Arts, the National Endowment of the Arts, Beebe Medical Cen- ter, Greenwood Trust Company, Perdue Farms, Sussex County Council and Townsend, Inc. Jean-Luc & Mary Jane Invite you to join them for dnnert te new -k.LL A t!TAUANT 302-227-5767 ,Reservations Suggested Treat yourself to late nite gourmet dessert. Buy one get one Free! 10 p.m. -12 a.m. applies to arrivals after 10 p.m. only Fri. & Sat. Join us for Dinner and Receive 1/2 Price Cocktails all Night Sunday thru Thursday LOOK FOR OUR. SPECIAL WINE & CIGAR DINNERS 50-C Wilmington Avenue, Rehoboth Beach at Food " ,e On Oown . I Drive On Down ..... .  P .' '!;,i I I , "The Damn Cats" II /1 ' /'/' J . I I ;aturday- August 30thl| tAlahA, I "The Wise Guys" tIt,V,,M'llmF M',,M I GOURMET PIZZA-WOOD-FIRED ROTISSERIE- BAR I y- August 31st  ........... "Blues Gems"