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46 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 - MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Gazette Dogfish Head offers Ancient Ales talk and tour Sept. 12 Enter to win tickets to Sept.18 dinner Calling all history buffs! Dog- fish Head Founder and President Sam Calagione and biomolecular archaeologist Dr. Pat McGovern We ready to offer a night of all things AncientAles ' with a spe- cial Ancient Ales talk and tour Thursday, Sept. 12, at the Milton bkewery. McGovern directs the Biomo- lecular Archaeology Project at the University of Pennsylvania Museum in Philadelphia, where he is also an adiunct professor of anthropology and consulting scholar in the Near East Section. Over the past two decades, he has pioneered the interdisci- plinary field of biomolecular archaeology, which is yielding whol e new chapters concerning human ancestry, medical prac- tice, and ancient cuisines and beverages. Popularly, McGovern is known as the "Indiana ]ones of Ancient Ales, Wines, and Extreme Beverages:" He is the author of 'ncient Wine: The Search for the Origins of Vinicul- ture" (2003), and most recently, "Uncorking the Past: The Quest for Wine, Beer, and Other Alco- holic Beverages" (20(19). To kick off the evening, Mc- Govern will talk (andwalk) everyone through the Ancient Ales series in the new brew- house. He will then tag in Calagione for a guided tour of the off-centered brewery. Once done with the tour, they f'mish up in the Tasting Room with some aged Ancient Ales. Along with those samples, guests re- ceive an Ancient Ales poster, coaster and bottle opener. Ticket purchasers can also enter a drawing for two tickets to the Ancient Ales dinner at the Rehoboth brewpub Wednesday, Sept. 18. Tickets for the Ancient Ales Tour are $10 per person. To get a ticket, call 302-684-1000 or go to www.dogfish,com. Those who want to swing by before the Ancient Ales tour starts at 6 p.m. will be able to catch the Vintage & Vinyl Happy Hour and/or enjoy a bite to eat from Bunyan's Lunchbox! Martha and Sen. Tom Carper listen to comments from representatives of the state's tourism, restaurant and microbrewery industries at a recent roundta- ble discussion at Bethany Blues BBQ near Midway. Carper said he remains committed to establishing a national park in the First State. Carpe, r Continued from page 37 Route 54 in southern Sussex County, looked like it was going to work. "But we ran into some hunting guys down there," Carper said, referring to a nearby hunt club whose members didn't like the idea of having a national park as their neighbor. Since then, Carper has been promoting the idea of having a portion of Delaware's national park in each county. "We have a hell of a story to tell in Delaware, and we're going to get a national park. Never give up; neer give up," he said. Linda Parkowski, Delaware Tourism Office, said transporta- tion is the biggest challenge the agency faces. "Transportation is part of the visitor experience," Parkowski said, suggesting that beach-bound visitors sitting in traffic on Route 1, a highway- turned-parking-lot, were not having fun. "Never let off the pedal of beach replenishment," Cindy Small told Carper. Small, execu- tive director of the Kent County Tourism and Convention Bureau, said ongoing beach and dune re- plenishment and stabilization is critical to ensuring continuance of those natural assets. "We want the water to be clean and we want people to enjoy the bounty of tax-free Delaware," Carper said. Rehoboth Beach - East of Route ! THE GRANDE AT CANAL POINTE 19688 Chelmer Drive #9 37305 Trent Court 2BR, 2B w/pond view, upgraded kitchen, open Gorgeous townhome boasts an open floor plan floor plan. $245,900 www.psre.com/8748 w/attractive formal dining area dividing LR & family rm. Spacious kit has upgraded counters, SS 19688 Chelmer Drive #14 appl & large breakfast rm. Upstairs has beautiful 2BR, 2B, open floor plan, 3rd floor, pond view. owner's suite whi,ing room & upgraded full bath. $266,900 www.psre.com/8768 $449,000 www.psre.com/9293 DIRECTIONS: Holland Glade Rd; R on Hebron Rd; L in The Graade at Canal Palate. THE .CLOSET WORKS • Custom Closets • Garages • Laundry Rooms, Pantries • Entertainment Centers • And More... (302) 945-5354 • (410) 250-1820 (866) 344-4100 www.theclosetworks.net • Conventional • Lot Loans • Construction Financing • 2nd Homes • Investment Properties • Home Equity Lines/Loans • Mobile Homes- Land or In park • Manufactured Homes [Fi00-'00IFIRST SHORE FEDERAL ~ In-House Loan Decis ..... : : : •  We won't sell your Loan N Questions? No Automated Messaging Systems - Just Real People with Real Help! Offices in Call Diane Koch at our Ocean V'mw Office 35742 AtianlJc Ave. 302-537.8188 NMLS #506374 EOtL HOt/ LENDER Berlin, Frujtland, Ocean Pines, Ocean View, DE, Pocomoke City, Salisbury and Snow Hill