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Second Arabian Horse Fall Festival set for Delmarva Peninsula on Sept. 21 The Arabian Horse Association of Delmarva is presenting the Sec- ond Annual Arabian Horse Fall Festival on Saturday, Sept. 21, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The Arabian horse will be pre- sented all day in a variety of pro- grams including the history and lore of the exotic breed. The barn will be open to the public to visit the horses and to talk to Arabian horse owners and breeders of Delmarva. Special presentations of sale horses and stallions will be of- Trustees Continued from page 62 with RAL including three terms on the board in several capacities as Corresponding Secretary for the founder, Louise Corkran, and as a member of the Long Range Planning Committee. Arlene Cohen was re-elected to a second three-year term. She is a financial consultant with Merrill Lynch in Dover and is also a for- mer trustee with the Delaware Symphony. Nominated from the floor, but not elected, were Marguerite fered throughout the day. Food, vendors and information booths will round out the day. Last year's event generated sev- eral hundred visitors who made friends with the Arabian horse. The Arabian Horse Fall Festival is free of charge, and open to the public. The festival is being held at Winter Park Place at the Wicomi- co Equestrian Center, located on Rt. 50 in Salisbury, Md. For more information, call (302)856-3382 or (302)684-8447. Richards and Greta Reed. Their names will be held for considera- tion as nominees to the board in the 1997 election. Still continuing to serve on the Rehoboth Art League Board are Marcia Marvel, Jeffrey Seemans, Dennis Forney, Dr. Earl Galleher, William Hammond, Michael Her- shey, Ilona Holland, Ann Horsey, Bryce Lingo, Edilu Hehrbas, Tim- othy O'Connor, Theodore Scott, Esthelda Parker-Selby, Sprague Thresher and Libby Zando. Betsy Edgeworth, Diane Thompson and Suzanne Cleaver are retiring from the board after serving faithfully for two three- year terms. Wine Spirits Beer CAPE G .AZE......, F-day, .S.eptember 13, -September. 19,1996 - ,6.3 Free square dancing intro slated The annual start-up of square dancing classes has been set from 7:30 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 19 at Milford Middle School. Ad- mission is free for this event spon- sored by the Diamond State Twirlers Club. In addition to beginners, the classes will be offered to those wishing to brush up on their square dancing. Persons who have been interested in line and country dancing are now looking to the current revival in western- style dancing, hailed as "Ameri- ca's National Folk Dance". Known as one of the best com- binations of good sociability, fun and moderate exercise, square dancing is not expensive and of- fers access to square dance clubs throughout the country and the world after concluding the series of progressive classes. Square dancing is a family and non-alco- holic activity and everyone is in- vited to observe and participate in this once a year introductory op- portunity. The Diamond State Twirlers Square Dance Club is one of the first clubs to be established in Delaware. Dances are held twice a month with different callers and round dance cuers from different areas. For more information on the Sept. 19 opportunity, call 422-5624 or 645-6421. Jennifer Baker and Khasan in Arabian native costume are just one of the exhibits at the Arabian Horse Fall Fest. Lewes Historical Society Saturday tour schedule The Lewes Historical Society has announced its special Satur- day tour schedule. Tickets are available at the Rabbit's Ferry Visitors Center throughout the month. The tour times are 11 am. and 1 p.m. on every Saturday of the month. For more information, call 645-7670. Ct tto Botin 0m Palm Beach, Flodda, prepares a vadety of homemade paros daay incUng ravioi, Zagr, a and papamae. -- speaau a ule Week-- Fish of fhe Day-- ST. Peter Nel of fs wif orvieto wine and mushrooms Pasta-- I.u - Modmrdan stylo wNh  basil, olives and tomatoes ,'udeAu 226-1160 OPEN FOR DINNER 7 DAYS AT 5 RM. 32 Lake Ave., Rehoboth Beach (across from Fran O'Bdens) AN-AMERICAN RESTARANT & BAR Enjoy casual oceanside cocktails & dining from our outside deck overlooking the Atlantic for 16 years. Open daily 11:30 a.m. through Sunday, September 15th m Fall Hours Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 11:30 a.m. Olive Ave and the Boardwalk, Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-6261 IRISH EYES PUB & RESTAURANT 1 FRom 11:30 A__. I L00rE 00rrE so l Waterfront on Angler's Road, Lewes Harbor 645-6888 -OPEN YEAR ROUND LaSpce Steel Drum Music On The Deck 4 - 8 Weather Permitting --