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90 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 29 - September 4, 1997 Hisforic Cold Spring Village will Celebrate 19th Century Harvest Days on Saturday and Sun- day, Sept. 6-7 in Cape May County, N.J. 0 Historic Cold Spring Village Heritage Days slated for Sept. 6-7 in Cape May Historic Cold Spring Village will celebrate the autumn harvest Sept. 6-7 when the Villagers host 19th Century Harvest Days. Activities include corn shelling, butter-churning, soap-making, open hearth cooking, beehive hon- ey harvesting, cornhusk doll mak- ing and cornmat braiding, quilt- ing, spinning, apple head doll carving, games and other events associated with the fall harvest. Members of local spinning or- ganizations, including the 3rd Star Fibre Artist Guild, will be visiting the village and demonstrating the steps in the spinning process in- cluding wool carding and dyeing. Sheep-shearing will be carried out both days. Many of the crafts and domestic arts will center around the Spicer Learning House, circa 1702. Guests can visit with the woman of the home as she pre- pares meals over an open fire or sample bread from the outdoor brick oven. Visitors may also stop by the Country Store and take home a jar of apple butter or sam- ple the delicious baked goods from the Village Bakery. The Old Grange Restaurant and the Ice Cream Parlor will both be open, and for a nominal fee, the Cold Spring Carriage Company will provide carriage and pony rides. Historic Cold Spring Vil- lage is a non-profit open-air living history museum portraying the daily life of an 1.800s rural com- munity. Located on a 22-acre wooded site, the Village features over 20 restored historic buildings with costumed craftsmen/inter- preters demonstrating and dis- cussing the trades, lifestyles, ar- chitecture and crafts of the period. The Village, located on Route 9 between Cape May and Rio Grande, is open weekends through September and on Oct. 25 and 26 for the Annual Pumpkin Festival. There is a special donation for this event only, $2 for adults, $1 for -children ages 5-12 and free for children under 5. The regular do- nation is $4 for adults, $3 for se- niors ages 62 and over, $2 for children ages 5-12 and free for children under 5. The Friends of Historic Cold Spring Village are currently run- ning a membership special for first-time "Friends." The purchase of 1998 membership will allow the individual or family unlimited admissions for the remainder of the 1997 season and through the 1998 season, expiring on Dec. 31. 1998. Benefits include unlimited admission, quarterly newsletter, 10 percent discount in the Compa- ny Store, and invitations to "Friends Only" events. Member- ships may be purchased at either the Seashore Road or Route 9 gatehouses. For more information on Vil- lage activities, events and educa- tional programs, call 609-898- 2300. Rail excursions on Cape My Seashore Lines' newly refur- bished Budd Cars run from the Village's restored Cold Spring Station on Route 9 to Cape May Court House. For information on train service, please call 609-884- 2675. 00lEn 600qP00DE00 Now Open For Sunday Brunch Belgian Waffles wtth fresh fruit, scrumptious muffins and scones, fresh bagels, assorted daily omelettes with fruit shakes, coffee, espresso, cappuceino Come Join us in the a.m. for a refreshing start of your day Also serving lunch and dinner, our creative and healthy Salads, Sandwiches, and Pastas. A few Tasty Samples; SALADS - Organic field greens and garden herbs with pears, apples, gorgonzola cheese, with a pinenut vinaigrette "Summer Salad" of vine ripe tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella cheese, sweet red onions, and a basil infused vinaigrette SANDWICHES - A miso-honey glazed tuna burger 'lth sprouts, pickled ginger, and wasabt aloll, served with cold Io-mein salad Skinless breast of chicken with applewood smoked bacon, mon- terey Jack cheese, served with a dijon-mayo PASTAS - Wild mushrooma, pancetta, sun-dried tomatoes, shal- lots. spinach, thyme, and a splash of cream Grilled tomato-eggplant sauce, with chicken, broccoli, and plum tomatoes, served with a herbed walnut rtcotta. 122/I, Rehoboth Avenue 227-3330 Open through the fall. Too much holiday rev{ lrv can lead to tragic results The Delaware Association for Children of Alcoholics (DACOA) and the Delaware Ecumenical Council on Children and Families (DECCF) are warning Delaware- ans to refrain from drinking be- fore or during driving, especially during the Labor Day holidays. Injuries from motor vehicle ac- cidents are among the leading causes of death for Delawareans under 20 years of age. There is no doubt, according to virtually every authority in the field, that persons who consume anyquantity of alcohol before dri- ving are at greater risk of beingin- volved ina rnotor vehicle accident that results in serious injury or death. Parentd who drink and dri- ve are putting not 0nly their own lives at stake but also those of their children and other passen- gers. Alcohol-related motor vehicle accid&hs are just one example of the effects of alcohol on children and families. Others include physical violence, sexual ex- ploitation and fetal alcohol syn- drome. 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