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66 - CAPE G/ZETYE, Friday, September 25 - October 1,-1998 Vendor space available at Milton Holly Festival The Milton Chamber of Commerce will host the annual Holly Festival from 10 a.m to 3 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 12, in the Milton Fire Hall and Goshen Fellowship. These two areas will be filied with Christmas crafts, " homemade jellies, wreaths and Christmas greenery. There are choice vendor spots still available and spaces are assigned on a first come, first- served basis. For reservation information, call 684-1101. . fall Paint your own Pottery! #30 iSl! OPEN Wednesday through Sunday in the Fal# hird Block Shoppes, 216 gehoboth Avenue (3o2) 226-2110 Submitted photo Lewes fiber artist Pat Staby is surrounded by a cascade of characters captured on colorful pillows at the Lewes Historical Society Craft Fair. Staby will be among the more than 60 artists featured at the Saturday, Oct. 3 show, which runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $2. Lewes Historical Society Craft Fair attracts artists with flair on Oct. 3 The Lewes Historical Society's second craft fair of 1998 will pro- vide fairgoers with an opportunity to purchase original gifts for the holiday season from an unusual array of handcrafted items. The craft fair opening Saturday, Oct. 3, will be one of the many highlights of a busy Lewes week- end. The gates to the outdoor show at the Society's Historical Complex in Lewes, Third and Shipcarpen- ter streets, will open at 10 a.m. The craft fair closes at 5 p.m. Rain date is Sunday, Oct. 4. Ad- mission is $2. The craft fair committee Chair- man Carolyn Lester said that the historical society's second show of the season "usually attracts a number of holiday-themed crafts or crafts that are timed perfectly to suit the preseason holiday shop- per who's looking for that special or unusual gift." She noted, for example, that "JoAnn Darlington of Wilmington makes what she refers to as 'one- of-a-kind Old World Santas', un- usual icons of the familiar Christ- mas visitor that were very popular last year." She also said that artisans such as Lynne McKay from Lancaster, Pa., who does whimsical painting on small furniture pieces or Gaff Paolino from Parkertown, N.J., who produces unique hand-paint- ed women's and children's cloth- ing make ideal gifts. Lester said more than 60 crafts- men from a half-dozen neighbor- ing states have registered for the juried show. She said this compares favor- ably with participation in the July craft fair because many artisans from that show have returned for this popular event. Several local artists also will display their work. Among them are Lewes Craftsman Steve Rogers with his painstakingly detailed models of skipjacks and men- haden fishing boats and other fa- miliar work boats; fiber artist Pat Staby of Lewes with her whimsi- cal pillow art depictions of people and pets. Milton's Donald and Alice Case will show their original country furniture and Mary Ann Hess of Selbyville will bring her en- tourage of country and Victorian dolls. The historical society craft fair committee includes Marie and Bob Adams, bake sale and re- freshments; Lou Braithwaite, pub- licity; Steve Rogers, grounds; Chris Rosen, admissions; and Mike Tyler, press relations. A selection of food and refresh- ments as well as homemade baked items, can be purchased at the his- torical society's concession stand throughout the day. Monday - Special Gourmet Pasta Handcut Steaks * Fresh Seafood Veal & Lamb Chops FOOTBALL Sunday & ond Happy Hour 5-6 Lite Fare Menu from S.5o $5.OO OFF Menu Item zoo .  p.m. N'.g Open Every Nioht Year Round SUNDAY BRUNCH $10,95 (llA,M.-2:00 P,M,) 31 Robinson Drive & Route 1, Rehoboth Beach, DE 302-227-3100 \\; Come play............... with your food. 's fically aodaimed Eestaura Fearij New Amerioam Cuisim Rzer Sm'ved Niol from 6 p.m - Olosed Wedmesday 0 Wilmimgtom Avenue, gehobon lleach BO)/./.6-1940 0 Hot Dogs CE3.' at the Bar , oxe001Saurdcr/& Sunac- o0on noon Rehoboth (302) 227-6700 . Long Neck (302) 945-8900