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80 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 17 - September 23, 1999 Fri. Sept. 17 Calendar lopen Singers &amp; Swiner 9"a.m. to 3:30 p.ya, t ..... the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand and Rehobotl  ...... i ..... Convention Center, to benefit Meals on Wheels Delaware. Wellness fair, exhibitors, governor's walk, entertainment. For details, call 856-5187, ext. 151. , Lewes Historical Society meeting, 8 p.m., at St. Peter's Parish Hall, Second and Mulberry sts., featuring Ralph Richardson on historic dis- tricts and architecture. Free and open to the pub- lic. For details, call 645-7572. OF COMMUNITY EVENTS Peel-your-own-shrimp, 5-9 p.m., VFW Post 7447, State Road, Rehoboth Beach. menu includes shrimp, $9.95, pound; $10.95, with a pitcher of beer; and $3, oyster sandwiches or clam strips. For more information, call 227- 3469. Sept. 1 7-18 Salute to Hitchcock sponsored by the Rehoboth Beach Film Society, 7 p.m., at Rehoboth Mall Cinemas, with films both evenings. $7 per film; for details, call 645-9095 or visit <www.rehobothfilm.com>. Sat. Sept. 18 Annual Delaware Beach Clean Up, 9 a.m.- noon, along the state's beaches. Volunteers sought to pick up trash at 50 locations, spon- sored by Conectiv, DNREC, Centers for Marine Conservation and Browning-Ferris Industries. To volunteer, call 302-739-4506. BayFest '99, 9 a.m.-noon, at Cupola Park, Millsboro, featuring exhibits from agencies and private organizations, following the annual beach clean up. For details, call 856-7215, ext. 3. 16th annual Make-A-Wish Sea Colony Triathlon in Bethany Beach, with ocean swim, bike ride and run. For details and applications, call 301-962-6500 or visit <www.wish.org/ midatlantic/events/triathlon>. American Legion Shrimp Feast, 3-8 p.m., at Post Home, King Charles Ave., Rehoboth Beach. Eat in or take out. Shrimp, $5, half pound; $9.90 a pound; $10.90 with pitcher of beer; $2.50 clams; $3 oyster sandwiches. Call 227-8999 for details. Area 30 Girl Scout recruitment, 11 a.m.-I p.m., at Milton Public Library. For details, call 745-1165. Musical review "High Hopes," featuring Bill Earl on piano, singers and dancers, 7 p.m., at Rehoboth Convention Center. Admission, $6; sponsored by the Lewes Rehoboth Association of Churches to benefit New Life Thrift Shop. For tickets, call 644-0171 or 945-0903. Lewes Little League will hold its closing day picnic, 3-6 p.m., at the Little League field for players and their immediate families. The league will provide hot dogs and hamburgers however it is requested that girls Major/Minor players bring a dessert, boys Major/Minor play- ers bring a side dish and T-bailers provide a snack. For details, call George Russ at 645- 0759. 21st annual Harrington Heritage Day, begin- ning 10:30 a.m. with parade, with opening cere- monies 11 a.m. at the senior center; contests, raf- fles, flea market, crafts, model train display, Civ- il War encampment, Beanie Baby show, car show, with street dance at 6 p.m. in First Nation- al Bank of Wyoming parking lot. To participate, call 398-4493 or 398-9723; volunteers needed. Parade entrants should call 398-4993. Lewes Historical Complex tours, I1 a.m.-! p.m., with tickets, $5, at Rabbit's Ferry Visitors Center; Third and Shipcarpenter sts., Lewes. Museums include Rabbit's Ferry, Burton- Ingram House, Hiram Burton House, School- house, Doctor's Office, Plank House, Black- Sat. Sept. 18 smith Shop, Ellegood House and Thompson Country Store. Out of the Closet Yard and Bake Sale, 8 a.m.- ! p.m., at, Metropolitan Community Church, Road 271 (Glade Road) Rehoboth, with clothing, plants, housewares, toys, electronics, books, appliances, linens, baked goods. Marriage seminar, 3-7 p.m., at Christ's Church, Harbeson. Donation, $10 per couple. For details, call 945-8959 or 945-185 I. Get to know us meeting sponsored by the Georgetown Branch American Association of .University Women (AAUW), 1 ! a.m., at St. Paul's Church, Pine and Academy sts., George- town. Speaker, Jennifer Carter, Bethany artist. All women college graduates are invited to attend. Downstate Delaware Genealogical Society meeting, 2 p.m., at Modern Maturity Center, Dover. Speaker, Mike Richards, director of the Bureau of Vital Statistics. For details, call. 302- 698-1311. Sun. Sept. 19 Fifth Annual El Centro Cultural Hispanic Festival and Healt Fair, 1-7 p.m., at St. Michael's Catholic Church, 202 Edward St., Georgetown. Featuring music, folk dance, story- telling, visual arts and crafts, native costumes and food. Free to public. For details, call 645- 6575. Country Hoe Down, 12:30-4:30 p.m., at Lau- rel American Legion Home, Rt. 24, sponsored by the 40th District Democrats. Door prizes; 50/50 drawing. Tickets, $12, available at door or call 875-2674. Community breakfast and membership drive sponsored by Knights of Columbus Star of the Sea Council 7297, after each Mass at St. Edmond's Parish Hall, King Charles Ave., Rehoboth Beach, with proceeds to benefit coun- cil development and local charities. Labyrinth walk, 2-4 p.m., at St. Peter's Parish Hall, Second and Mulberry sts., for medi- tation and contemplative prayer. Call 684-1652 or 645-2192 for details. Riverwaik Community Performance, 3 p.m., at Milford Senior Center, l 11 Park Ave., Mil- ford, featuring 1999 Delaware Young Musicians Contest winners. Free admission; donations accepted at door. Light refreshments. For reser- vations call 422-3385. Men. Sept. 20 Radicontrolled airplane flights, 6 p.m., off Road 23, second right past the Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge, west of Five Points, Lewes, weather Men. Sept. 20 II permitting, sponsored by the Lev,,es Radio Con- trolled Airplane Club. For details, call 539-0960. Tues. Sept. 21 First Day of Autumn Leaf Party, 10:30 a.m.- noon, at Abbott's Mill Nature Center, for ages 3- 5. Parent participation required; bring bag lunch and drink. Call 422-0847 for Preregistration. Orientation meeting for adult Girl Scout vol- unteers, 7 p.m., at Harbeson Church Halt, near intersection of Rts. 5 & 9. For details, call 745- 1165. Downstate Delaware Genealogist Society trip to Washington, D.C. to Visit National Archives, Library of Congress, DAR library, leaving Mil- ford 6:30 a.m., Seaford, 7 a.m.; Bridgeville, 7:10 a.m. Cost, $18. For reservations, call 302-335- 0799 or email hollystvsv@aol.com. Wed. Sept. 22 abstinence and chastity video "No Apologies." Refreshments follow. Sussex County Republican Women's Club meeting, 11 a.m., at Sussex Pines Country Club, Georgetown, to discuss establishing a scholar- ship fund, followed by lunch with topic James H. Groves High School program. Public invited; for reservations, call 645-5284. First Town Club of Lewes general meeting, 7 p.m., at Lewes Presbyterian Church, Kings Hwy., Lewes. New members, guests welcome; bring non-perishable food item for church pantry. For details, call 644-0801. Sussex Bookmobile makes the following stops: Whites Chapel,. 1:45-2:15 vm.; Whisper- ing Pines Park, 2:30-3:15 p.m.; Sweet Briar Park, 3:30-4:15 p.m.; Coolspring, 4:30-5 p.m. Zwaanendael Women's Club meeting, noon, at the Clubhouse, Savannah Rd. and Third St., Lewes. For details, call 645-8141. Southern Delaware Chapter of The Retired Officers Association (TROA) meeting, noon, at Meeting for anyone interested in volunteer- ing for the Rehoboth Beach ,utumn Jazz Festi- val, Oct. 14-17, 6:30 p.m., at the Jazz Joint next to Sydney's Restaurant, 236 Rehoboth Avenue. Anyone wishing to volunteer who cannot attend should'call 227-0563. Thurs. Sept. 23 Focus on Health, 7-8 p.m., at Long Neck Health Center on "Nutrition and Osteoporosis," with Kim Wescott, nutritionist at Beebe Medical Center. Preregister by calling 645-3468. Estate planning workshop, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., at Beebe Medical Foundation, 902 Savan- nah Rd., Lewes. Seating limited; light refresh- ments serviced. Call 644-2900 for reservations. Y2K Community Workshop, 6:30-9 p.m., at Milford Church of God, 500 N. Walnut St., Mil- ford, sponsored by the Greater Milford Chamber of Commerce. Cost, $5, includes light refresh- ments. Call 422-3344 for reservations. Alliance for the Mentally I11 in Delaware (AMID) meeting, 7:30 p.m., at Metropolitan Community Church, Glade Road next to Rehoboth Outlets. Fri. Sept. 24 Lecture on the role of the physician in the history of drama, "The Doctor as Dramatic Hero," with Dr. D. Heyward Brock, in Lewes, sponsored by the Henlopen Theater Project Enrichment Series. Free admission; for details and reservations, call 226-4103. Sept. 24.26 Second Annual Delaware Wildlife Exposi- the Lamp Post Restaurant, Midway. Speaker, tion at the Delaware state Fairgrounds, Harring- Col. H. W. Buse II1 USMC (Ret.) No reserva- ton, beginning 3 p.m., Fri., with bear and deer tions needed. For details, call 645-0760. natural history, fall archery presentations, booths and displays on wildlife, art exhibit, poster con- Wed. Septa 22 ' test, casting contest; turkey calling competition, dog trials. For details, call 302-730-1292. South Coastal Splash ch'ildten's program, 6:30-7 p.m., at South Coastal Library, Bethany Beach, with topic Polynesia and the Pleiades, for ages 7 and up. Minority Enterprise Development Week cel- ebration, 6-8 p.m., at Del Tech Owens Campus, Georgetown, sponsored by the Small Business ResourcePartnership, when a minority small business will be honored. Cost, $10; vendor space available. For details, call 302-741-1133 or 302-730-4250. Jewelry sale, sponsored by Beebe Medical Center Auxiliary, 7 a.m.-4 p.m., in the Sun Lob- by, Lewes, with selection of 14k gold and ster- ling silver jewelry. Respect Life meeting, 7 p.m., at St. Edmond's Catholic Church, King Charles Ave., Rehoboth Beach, with speaker Dorothy lreton on "Sex Education in Our Schools," and preview of new Publish your event in theCalendar Info0"nation for this calendar that appears in the Cape Gazetteery Frida31, must be submitted each Wednesday by noon. Mail your  item to Cape Gazette, PO :Box 213, Lewes, DE 19958; c u i 7700; or stop by our office, 36 Midway Shopping Center, Sat. Sept. 25 Safe Kids Day at Super Giant, Rt. 1, Rehoboth Beach, with bike rodeo, activities, health information. Call 645-3263 for details. Stocidey Center Fall Bazaar, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., at Stockley Center, Colony Rd., between Mills- boro and Georgetown, featuring entertainment, crafts, food, children's games, fire truck rides, face painting. For details, call 934-8031. Concerts at the Beach featuring The Amadeus Trio, with music by Beethoven and Dvorak, 8 p.m., at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Second and Market sts., Lewes. Cost, $17. For tickets, call 645-1539. Community flea market, 8 a.m.-noon, in the Del Tech Owens Campus parking lot,. George- town. For details, call 856-5400, ext. 3040. Coastal Music and Arts Festival featuring the Chesapeake Silver Cornet Brass Band, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., with arts, environmental activities for chil- dren, entertainment and food, sponsored by the Lord Baltimore PTO. Admission, $3, adults; $1. children. Rain date, Sept. 26. Breast Cancer Fundraiserat The Beach p.m., followed by live auction, i0 p.m.