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68"" ........... - CAPE GAZETTE, "" day, September 25 ....... - October" " ........ .......... 1, 1998"&apos; " Flumpa and Friends coming to Lewes' Boast the Coast Oct. 3 schedule this fall, including sever- al stops in the Baltimore- and Washington, D.C.-metro areas as well as their home base in Nash'ille, Tenn. This fall, kids can sing along with a new music release that cel- ebrates the wonder of nature: "Flumpa's World: Frogs, Rain Forests and Other Fun Facts," the follow-up to an award winning book called "The Adventures of Flumpa and Friends." The new recording has already garnered positive reviews in the Baltimore "Sun," "Baltimore's Child," and awards from Parents' Choice and the National Parenting Center. For Flumpa, the rain forest tree frog, will visit Boast the Coast in Lewes Saturday, Oct. 3. He's seen here with creative direc- tor Wendy Whitten, formerly of Rehoboth Beach. participate in Lewes Boat Parac'e the Kalmar Nyckel, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., will be by advance pur- chase only, at a charge of $100 per person. Tickets may be purchased through the Kalmar Nyckel Foun- dation at 302-429-7447. For more information, call Eric Nelson, marine superintendent, at 302-429-7447. Who's big, green and loves to bop along to tunes that help listen- ers learn about the environment? It's Flumpa, the 6-foot rain forest tree frog, who along with his hu- man cohorts at Ion Imagination Entertainment Inc., will bring his environmentally themed musical show to "Boast the Coast," with shows at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., Sat- urday, Oct. 3. The annual mar- itime event is sponsored by the Lewes Chamber of Commerce and admission fees to all tent shows are $5 per family. Wendy Whitten, who has lived in Rehoboth Beach, is the creative director at Ion Imagination and will join Flumpa for the musical show, which will include all-new songs. Flumpa and Friends Live! is de- signed to teach kids ages 3 to 9 the importance of caring for the world through music and fun facts. "We need to lead kids to environment- friendly habits early on, so they become part of their lives," said Whitten, who developed the Flumpa character when she was a child to entertain her younger brother. The focus is on fun, com- bined with sound education about animals and their habitat. The Flumpa and Friends Live! per- formers plan a busy performing Kalmar Nyckel to The Tall Ship Kalmar Nyckel will again travel to Lewes, adding her special drama to the Lighted Boat Parade on Saturday, Oct. 3. The Kalmar Nyckel will be at the municipal dock in Lewes for a weekend of tours, Oct. 3 and 4. To add to the festivity of the Lighted Boat Parade, sponsored by the Lewes Chamber of Com- merce as part of its Boast the Coast Day, the Kalmar Nyckel will provide "grog, grub and the best seat in town to watch the pa- rade," according to Captain David Hiott, to the first 50 people who make advance reservations. Admission to the festivities on Milford Senior Center to host folk mttsic concert Oct. 4 own lyrical arrangements of tradi- tional Celtic and American folk music. Their CD, "Behind the Green Bushes," was chosen as one of the best products of Delaware by the QVC television shopping network. Light refreshments to be served. Tickets are on sale for $10 for adults, $8 for senior citizens and $6 for kids in kindergarten through grade 12. For more information, call Karen Lloyd at 422-3385 more information about Flumpa products or performance sched- ule, call 800-335-8672 or visit Flumpa's Internet site at The Milford Senior Center will present HeartSounds, featuring May Kay Mann on vocals, flutes and whistles and Janet Biely on Celtic harp, at 3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 4, at the center. HeartSounds performs their <www.flumpa.com>. For more information on Boast the Coast activities and events, call 645-8073. T! OP'IH (EIIt'[,qCTIVIT [i"UI>IO Adults & Children Paint Your Owo Pottery Mosaics Candle Rolling Sculpy Glass Painting Woodworking OPEN BIUB 10 a.m. :REATABLE CRAFTS 146 Rehoboth Ave. 227-1020 Experience our -, .c) s New Fall Menu o  A LSTAUPArIT Reservations Suggested ..LiVe - Serving Dinner Nighdy fxom 5 p.m. Closed Wednesdays 50-C Wilmington Avenue Rehoboth Beach 227-5767 Seafood Restaurant Friday Seafood Buffet Blue Crab Bisque Oysters and Clams Half Shell Steamed Shrimp Snow Crab Legs Crab Cakes Soft Crabs Clams Casino Fried Oysters Baked Whole Fish BBQ Baby Back Spare Ribs Carved Roast Prime Rib of Beef Scallop and Shrimp Saut Mussels in Garlic Butter Bruschetta Station Cheese Board Fresh Vegetables Assorted Home-Made Desserts & Sundaes And More! Seafood Restaurant Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Year "Round Rt. 1 at Rt. 24 Intersection (302) 645-9132