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CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, September I - Monday, September 4, 2006. 153  Biggs Museum will host the second annual Martini Tasting - A Toast to the Arts on Friday, Sept. 15. Biggs to toast the arts Sept. 15 at fundraiser The community is invited to join the Biggs Museum for the second annual Martini Tasting - A Toast to the Arts. This popular fgndraiser offers a unique opportunity to sample a variety of martinis such as Pomegranate, Banana Crme Pie, and Bloody Mary while enjoying the amazing art in the collection. The tasting will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 15, in the changing exhibitions gallery. This friend-raising event is an occasion to support the museum, while enjoying specialty hors d'oeuvres catered by 33 West, and to mingle with friends, both old and new. Bartender Elena Tkacz, from Cool Springs Restaurant, will be stirring, shaking and presenting the martini creations to our guests. Philadelphia Distilling is pro- viding the gin for the evening. i Bluecoat, American Dry Gin is delicate and distinctive and the Biggs Museum will showcase it as the centerpiece for some favorite martinis. The cost for event is $40 for not-yet-members and $35 for members. All pro- ceeds benefit museum exhibitions and programming. The growing support enables the Biggs Museum to continually add new and unique opportunities to the calendar. For additional information about this fundraiser, future events or to reserve a place, call 302-674-2111. The Biggs Museum is currently hosting its annual Award Winners exhibition. The show exhibits the annual Individual Artist Fellowship winners, awarded by the Delaware Division of the Arts and will close on Oct. 29. Coming in the fall, the museum will host the Delaware Clocks exhibition, opening Nov. 8. This exhibition will showcase some of the finest examples of Delaware made clocks from the 18th and 19th centuries. Biggs Museum of American Art is located at 406 Federal Street, Dover. Call 674-2111 or visit www.biggsmuseum.org Fall Festival set Sept. 10 in Bethany Beach Carl M. Freeman Retail, own- will be a special workshop to cre- ers of the Marketplace at Sea ate a fall scarecrow decoration. Colony wilt hold a free communi- All of the materials needed to ty event at their Bethany Beach shopping center. The Fall Festival event will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 10 and will include a variety of family fun and entertainment including a Sand Dollar Dig for prizes, /games, costumed characters and more. The highlight of the afternoon make the scarecrow are supplied or participants are welcome to bring their own. Several of the shopping center merchants will be participating in the event in the Merchant Showcase and special promotions during the event. For more information about The Carl M. Freeman Companies visit www.freemancompanies.com. Comedian Ron White to perform in Salisbury The Wicomico Civic Center in Salisbury, Md. will host comedian Ron White at 8 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 23, as part of his national You Can't Fix Stupid comedy tour. Tickets are available at the Civic Center box office and online at www.wicomicociviceenter.org. White is known for his Blue Collar Comedy Tour and his many appearances on television's Comedy Central channel. Tickets are $39.75 plus fees. To purchase tickets by phone, call 410-548-4911. 9 Plasma Televls!onsi! NIL Happy Hour Specials!!! (call to Inquire)