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September 24, 1999

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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 24 - September 30, 1999 - 81 Seaford Community Concert group opens member drive As the year 2000 approaches, the Seaford Community Concert Association is still dedicated to its mission to "take art to the peo- ple." Since its founding in 1927, Community Concerts, under Trawick Artists, formerly known as Columbia Artists Management Inc. of New York, has been a pa- tron of the performing arts in North America. Hundreds of young artists have launched their careers on the Community Concerts circuit, and thousands of audience members all over the country have discov- ered through it the excitement of live performance. Seaford Community Concert Association is one of its 350 pre- senting associations throughout the United States and Canada. Now in its 51st year, the Seaford group will present four performances starting this fall. In-\\; cluded in the series are the follow- ing: • Taylor 2, a company of six dancers which has already per- formed all over the world • The Side Street Strutters, a jazz band that will treat the audi- ence to an evening featuring the festive sights and sounds of New Orleans • An Enchanted Evening, which will feature the music of Broad- way with Lee Lessack and Joanne O'Brien • Richard Morris and Hector Olivera, a double recital of organ and solo orchestra. Funding for all concerts comes solely from membership dues and the generosity of people and busi- nesses who support the arts. A membership drive is now un- der way and will run to Oct. 2. Memberships before Sept. 26 are $12 for students, $30 for adults and $64 for families. After Sept. 26, fees are $15 for students, $34 for adults and $69 for families. Patron gift levels are $25, friends; $50, contributors; $100, • Mary Anne Dill, Mary Anne's days. Landscaping,_ Felton In addition to tours of the Lucy Findlay and Valla house, a gift shop featuring Continued from page 77 Rogers, Partners in Design, Dover Delaware-made items will be set Allen, Wilmington • Pete Giorgi, Giorgi Kitchens Inc., Wilmington • Christopher Valenti, J.B. Landscaping, Lewes • Richard Scott, J. Conn Scott Inc., Selbyville • Kristin Parsons, Kristin Par- sons Interiors, Dover • Lars Spicer, Lars Spicer Inte- rior Decoration, Greenville • Carol Thomas, Little Creek Inn, Dover • Robert Edwards and William Shea, Montchanin • Michael Reed, Saddletree Landscape Co., Smyrna • Margaret Law and Carol Far- ley, SoNo Antiquarian, Smyrna From Oct. 3 through Oct. 31, guests may tour the house during the following times: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday-Thursday; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday-Saturday; and from noon to 4 p.m., Sunday. The house will be closed Mon- up in the carriage house. "The goal of this project is to recreate the Hall House as it ap- peared in the 19th century, creat- ing a lasting impression of the Victorian era," Carper said. "Over the years, the home's interior did not receive the attention that was needed to reflect the period. With this effort, we're changing all that by giving the Hall House the much needed attention it de- Selves." $1 Bua Amber Drafts $2.75 Rail Drinks donors; and $250, sustainers. Pa- trons are recognized in each con- cert program. All performances are at Seaford High School. For more information about the series, call 629-8657, 629-7832 or 645-6817. SL I/E R A livEN Acoustic Guitar & Vocals Tuesday Rose & Crown 9 - midnight Private Lessons For more information call 644-1828 estaurant AT FISHERMAN'S WHARF IN LEWES Serving 6:30 - 9 daily; 6:30 - 9:30 Friday  Saturday Breakfasl; & Lunch Oaily Oinner 5erred Wednesclay - 5aturclay 4:30 - 9 32-B Wilmington Avenue (under Brighton Suites) • 226-2960 Rehoboth Beach, Delaware DRAWBRIDGE BAR SPECIALS -/r MONDAY- $2 Burgers & Fries * TUESDAY- $2 Wings (doz.) 4 p.m.- 9 p.m. -k WEDNESDAY- $1 Hot Dogs 4 p.m.- Close -it THURSDAY- $4.95 Steamer Combo 4 p.m.- Close "k FRIDAY- 50’ Tacos, 95’ Drafts 4 p.m.- 7 p.m. "A" SATURDAY- $1.$0 Pints, $4.95 Steamer Combo I la.m.. Close "A" SUNDAY- $2 Bloody Marys & Mimosas, $2 Wings II a.m.. Close