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52 - CAPE GAZET'I, Friday, September 13 Briefly Exhibit features landscapes and barns The marsh, water and sky of Delaware are the subjects of a group of paintings soon to go on exhibit at the Delaware Agricul- tural Museum and Village. Richard Gombar, a New York artist who has chosen Delaware sites for many of his works, will exhibit "Landscapes and Barns," a display of oil paintings that will feature many studies in light with a dream-like quality. Gombar's paintings will be on display in the Gallery of the Mu- seum from Sept. 28-Nov. 30. The artist will be on hand to talk about his work and his vision on Satur- day, Sept. 28, during the 1890 Great Country Fair. For informa- tion, call (302)-734-1618. Abbott's Mill features fall '96 programs Abbott's Mill Nature Center in Milford is currently offering the following programs for fall: Ocean Commotion - Geared for ages 4-6, the program will be held Saturday, Sept. 21, from 10 a.m.- noon at Slaughter Beach. The children will take an up-close look at four marine animals, and learn - September 19,1996 what they have. on their bodies that help them' Survive in the ocean. Children should wear shoes that can get wet and dress for the weather. Fee for members is $7, and $10 for all others. The Wisdom of Kartush - Hear the sto- ry of Kartush, a blind snake, and learn the wisdom of discovering the hidden beauty of the natural world through sensory explo- ration. For ages 6-8, the program will be held Saturday, Sept. 28, from 10-11:30 a.m. Fee for mem- bers is $6, and $9 for all others. For information call 422-0847. Second Street performs 40s music Sept. 20-22 Second Street Players have scheduled public performances of "I've Heard That Song Before," a revue of golden hits of the 1930s and 1940s, for Sept. 20, 21 and 22. The revue was created for the an- nual Trustees Dinner/Theatre Gala set for Saturday, Sept. 14, which is sold out. The evening of song includes more than 25 clas- sics such as "September Song," "Thanks for the Memories," "Sen- timental Journey" and "I'll Be Seeing You." All tickets for this special fundraiser are $10, and all seats are reserved. Friday and Sat- urday performances are at 8 p.m. and the Sunday matinee is at 3 p.m. For reservations, call 422- 0220. At The Rusty Rudder Friday Happy Hour is Back! Every Friday 4 to 9 zn?urLounge Hand Carved Roast Beef Sandwzches OR Nc 1 eee@@@ee@eeeQe $2.00 Rail Drinks & $1.50 Drafts  Don't forget Live Oldies Friday 8 - la.m. 9/13 - "The Funsters" 0000JDDER RESTAURANT & SALOON 9/20 - "The Honeycombs" DEWEY BEACH, DELAWARE Dickinson Street, Dewey Beach 227-3888