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CAPE GAZETTE, day, September 25. - October 1, 1998 - 69 Kids and Coast Day are a classic combo in Lewes on Oct. 4 Kids and the coast are anatural Coast Guard Auxiliary, will" be combination. From critter-petting presented at noon, 1, 2 and 3 p.m., tanks to crab races, and seafood to near the Marine Operations Build- ship tours, the University of ing. Delaware Graduate College of Throughout the day, families Marine Studies (CMS) and Sea .can watch nautical videos in Grant College Program are plan- Room 202 of the Cannon Lab, ning numerous activities to inter- Three award winners from the In- est children of all ages at Coast  tematiOnal Wildlife Film Festival Day, set for 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 4, in Lewes. From participating in painting a sea-life mural with renowned artist Wyland, to "touring" an un- derwater environment created by middle school students, kids will find all kinds of activities to stim- ulate the intellect and delight the imagination. Many of the activi- ties will be repeated at least once throughout the day, so youngsters can be sure to hit all the attrac- tions. From noon to 4 p.m., students can join whaling artist Wyland as he kicks off the national Ocean Challenge in Delaware. As part of the challenge, designed to inspire learning about the sea and its crea- tures, Wyland will encourage stu- dents from kindergarten through college to help paint an ocean mural on a 24-foot long plywood "canvas." Kids should come prepared to paint and let their imagination car- ry them intothe deep. Teachers and volunteers will be on hand to help mix paint, cover youngsters with T-shirt artists' smocks, and provide instruction where needed. The finished mural will be pho- tographed and entered into Wyland's Ocean Challenge, with winners to be announced in No- vember. At 11 a.m., kids can take a muckless marsh walk to look at the wonders of Canary Creek. If this half-hour walk is too strenu- ous for young tots, let them watch the Great Crab Race. The races will be held at 11 a.m., and 1 and 3 p.m. Visitors should bring some bait to lure a crab to the finish line - chicken necks, salted eels and good old table scraps have been winning baits in the past. Kids can also watch the blue crab feeding at 11:30 a.m., and 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. - no race, just a rundown on this " crustacean's appetite and feeding habits. A puppet show with Captain Croaker and other characters is sure to delight the younger set as they learn about boating safety. The show, sponsored by the U.S. will be aired. At n0on and again at 2 p.m., "Champions of the Wild: Sharks" (29 min.) will play. "In- credible Journeys: A Whale's Voyage" (29 rain.) -,ill air at 12:30 p.m. and again at 2:30 p.m.; at 1 p.m., catch "Touched By a Dolphin" (45 min.) Kids can try their hand at a fish print on paper that they can take home as a souvenir. This activity will continue throughout the day. Look for the tent between Smith and Cannon labs. While you're there, don't pass up a journey to the ocean bottom. Kids' help will be needed to construct a life-size model of a deep sea hydrothermal vent from noon t'o 3 p.m,. with Dr. Craig Carey and CMS graduate students. Walk through the Coastal Habi- tat at the north entrance to Cannon Lab.. Once inside Cannon Lab, youngsters of all ages will enjoy the Year of the Ocean exhibit with a special look at the deep sea, coral reefs and beaches. For an- other lo0k under the ocean, visit the five-room exhibit, "Undersea Adventure," created and staffed by Talley Middle School students. This exhibit also includes hy- drothermal vents as well as a scaled-down replica of the Titan- Jazz Festival volunteers' meeting set for Sept. 28 A meeting will be held at 7 p.m., Monday, Sept. 28, for all those in- terested in volunteering for the 1998 Autumn Jazz Festival. The meeting will be held at 236 Re- hoboth Ave., next to Sydney's. There will be an opportunity to sign up to assist with tickets, secu- rity or artist hospitality, or as ush- ers, equipment loaders or with merchandise support. All are welcome. ic, set up in the second greenhouse of Smith Lab. Young computer jockeys are sure to enjoy navigating the World Wide Web by visiting the home pages of the College of Marine Studies and the Sea Grant Pro- gram as well as other marine-re- lated sites. Computers will be set up all day in Cannon Lab. In the halophyte lab, kids can test their knowledge by participating in a marsh hunt. As kids complete their answer sheets at each stop, their sheets are stamped. A com- plete sheet signaling a good effort will earn participants a marine an- imal bookmark. Budding geniuses can try to stump the fish man with questions in Smith Lab, and everyone will enjoy the hands-on exhibits from the Smithsonian Science Project from noon to 3 p.m., in the Virden Center. The Coast Guard will offer an air/sea rescue demonstration in the CMS harbor. In addition, tours of several vessels will be held con- tinuously in the harbor. Open for tours are a 47-foot Coast Guard motor life boat, the 82-foot oyster schooner A.J. Meerwald andthe 166-foot Delriver oil skimmer. Be sure to visit the Delaware Marine Trades Association Boat Show near the seafood pavilion. Children who sign a safe boat- ing pledge will receive a free life jacket while supplies last. 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