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Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 - MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 61 OVERFALLS TO HOST CLAMBAKE AT FALLFEST SEPT. 14 Chorus auditions set for Sept. 14 Auditions for experienced singers who read music are being held at noon, Saturday, Sept. 14, at Epworth United Methodist Church, Rehoboth Beach. The singers who are are chosen will comprise the chorus that performs a concert version of "Showboat" and "Porgy and Bess" to be given the evening of Nov. 16. Rehearsals will be on Thursday, Nov.14; Friday, Nov. 15 and Saturday, Nov. 16. For informa- tion call 302-644-8752 or 610-390-9339. III ~- u u e dora IicJ rl& 3I from to - a mini facial free prodt L aud a to a ba .et fhll d freepr hct ! will receive a x lnll l & a ull atze akincare pr . R.KV.P. to Urban tutio at 302"66q*1903 THE OVERFALLgF! Saturday, Sept. 14, t~ Essential Chef, musi 302-684-1903 113 Union St. Milton, DE able. Tickets can be purcl 10. Proceeds will bey For more informatio SUBMITTED PHOTO tUNDATION WILL HOST A CLAMBAKE at the Lightship Overfalls, LV-118, from S to 7 p.m )celebrate another great season. The event offers delicious food and drink catered by The : and ship tours. Tickets are available for $25 per person in advance, $30 at the event, if avail- rased at the Ship's Store, Lewes Chamber of Commerce or www.overfalls, org through Sept. ~efit the Overfalls Education Fund. Rain date is S to 7 p.m Sunday, Sept. 15. 1 go to or The Overfalls Foundation Facebook page on Sept. 12. 'Stori Worth Repeating' set for Sept. 17 at Lewes library Sharon Moore Will present a riveting talk about "Stories Worth Repeating" at 7 p.m Tuesday, Sept. 17, at the Lewes Public Library. Moore is a retired educator. She served as an ele- mentary classroom teacher and a staff development trainer before completing her 30th year with Red Clay Consolidated School District. She isnow pursuing her interest in singing, writing and speaking. Singing l as been her primary artistic fodus over the lessons, entertainment and in- formation. The sum of the pieces weaves a crazy-quilt-like pattern that offers warmth and comfort. This program has been made possible by a grant from the Delaware Humanities Forum, a state program of the National Endowment for the Humanities. For more information about this and other library programs, call the library at 302-645-2733 or visit YOUR RNEY FROM MOURNING TO If you've lost someone close to you, or know someone who has, please call us to find out more information about our weekly GriefShare seminar/support group. We know it hurts, and we want to help. BETHEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sept. 8 - Dec. 15; Time: 2-3:30 Call for more info: 302-645-9426 GRIEF 'SHARE" years. She is a native Delawar- can and a graduate of Delaware State University and Marywood College. "Stories Worth Repeating" is a celebration of people, places and special times. Songs, quilt samples, pictures al d scrapbook pages are blended with the sto- ries. The courage, creativity and perseverance of the subjects is recognized, and they offer life UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT Bring in this ad by THE 24 Hour Access. Access to All Equipment September 13, 2013 CLEAN EST All Classes Racquetball WiFi Coffee Towel Service add we will the Whirlpool & Sauna (ava,l,~bleduring.~t,-fffedt~ours) initiation GYM IN fee! TOWN! STAFFED FROM NO GIMMICKS, NO HIDDEN FEES, & NO ATTITUDE SAM-SPM WEEKDAYS & 8AM-8PM WEEKENDS SUBMITTED PHOTO "STORIES WORTH REPEATING" is a celebration of people, places and special times. FITNESS & RACQUETBALL Route 1, Midway Shopping Center (Behind Midway Theatres), Rehoboth Beach ! 302-645-0407 I