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76 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, September 25 - October 1, 1998 Delaware Friends of Folk set seventh Submitted photo Artist to participate in Boast the Coast Artist Liz Hamlin of St. Michael's, Md., will discuss her un- usual paintings in glass during Boast the Coast Day, Satur- day, Oct. 3. Hamlin will be at the Port Gallery on 115 Savan- nah Road, next to RFMMAX Realty, where her works are cur- rently on display. Hamlin became interested in the unusual technique after viewing the works of well-known artist Jon Bough. After his death, she purchased his remaining paintings and his inven- tory of thousands of pieces of broken glass and launched her own artistic career on a part-time basis while she was a full- time public school teacher. She later relocated to St. Michael's to pursue her artistic career full time. Submitted photo Nergaard-Nammack to exhibit work "Big Sky," an acrylic, will be among the works of local artist Aina Nergaard-Nammack on display at the Peninsula Gallery in Lewes in an exhibit titled "See, Extract, Transform." An artist reception will be held from 3 to 5 p.m., Oct. 4. Peninsula Gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., MondaY through Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday. this limited-seating occasion. For reservations, call Patricia Kelley at 227-7169, Ext. 124. t_ Victoria's to offer 'Titanic' dinner Oct. 12 On Columbus Day, Oct. 12, Victoria's Restaurant in the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel will be of- fering a special evening of elegant dining, interesting table conversa- tion and the service of a time gone by as they serve the "Last Dinner on the Titanic," k The hotel and restaurant will commemorate the elegance of days past as enjoyed by the first class passengers on the RMS Ti- tanic, through their interpretation of the last nine-course meal served on board. The event be- gins at 6 p.m., and appropriate "'period dress" or b/ack tie attire is requested. The price for the evening is $450 per couple and includes a complimentary oceanfront suite for the night. Reservations are required for FI I STO annual Fall Fling in Hartly for Oct. 3 Southern Delaware will jam to the beat of a different drum from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 3, when 16 live bands will perform a diverse selection of musical styles at the seventh annual Fall Fling in Hartly, sponsored by the Delaware Friends of Folk. Music of all kindswill be repre- sented at the event, including con- temporary, folk rock, new age, Celtic, bluegrass, Cajun/Zydecko, progressive folk, traditional and comedy. There will also be an im- pressive lineup of performers, in- eluding recording artists A1 Petti- way, Commonbond, Ceoltori, Vic Sadot & Planete Folle, and Dean Sapp and the Hartford Express. Some of the region's best perfor- mance will also take the stage, and local audience members will rec- ognize Crabmeat Thompson, Celtic Harvest, Bob Frazier and Lisa Torbert, Joey Fulkerson Trio, Greg Schrader, Greystone Ram- biers, Hudson and Nelson, Rogues without Brogues, Sandcreek and Tangled Roots. The Fall Fling is a family-orient- ed event. Children's activities in- clude a moonwalk, petting zoo, hayrides, arts and crafts, face paint- ing and "Karate for Kids." Food vendors will offer a variety of re- freshments, including barbecue and vegetarian-style dishes. Craft ven- dors will also be on hand to display their artwork of sculpture, paint- ings, pottery, baskets, jewelry and mucl more, And for those needing stress relief, massages may be pur- chased for a modest fee. The gates will open at 9:30 a.m.; the Fall Fling will take place rain or shine. No pets or glass contain- ers will be permitted. Free primi- tive camping is included vance ticket purchase as limited camp sites are available. RV spots are also available with no hook- ups. Advance tickets are $11 for members and $13 for nonmem- bers; tickets at the gate will be $13 Classic: Italian Cuisine Omr 6th Season Fresh Pasta, Veal, Chicken and Seafood Prepared Daily We will be open this autumn season Many thanks tto our great customers Come see us! Roberto, Douglas, Todd & all the staff Closed Mondays 32 Lake Ave., Rehoboth Beach For reservations 226-1160 TiI00 '1 NI|I It Til00 '1/ltl|l I and $15 respectively. For ticket general and membership informa- information and maps, call Ethel tion, call Lisa Torbert at 302-735- Matney at 302-735-4789. For 4648. ; 00mPoad! i00ighthouse estaurant AT FISHERMAN'S WHARF IN LEWES. 645-6271 Open 7:00 a.m. Mon. - Fri,. 6:30 a.m. Sat. b Sun. Close 9 p.m. Sun. - Thurs.. 9:30 Fri. b Sat. DRAWBRIDGE BAR SPECIAL MONDAY- $2 Burger & Fries' TUESDAY- Wings $2JDoz. 4 p.m. - 9 p.m. WEDNESDAY. Fried Seafood Combo, a Draft Beer plus Clam Strips, Shrimp - $4.95.4 p.m. - 9 p.m. THURSDAY. Steamed Mussels (20) - $5.95 4 p.m.- 9 p.m. FRIDAY- 25 Tacos, 75 Drafts - 4 p.m. - 9 p.m. SATURDAY. $1.50 pints, Steamed Combo (shrimp, clams) $4.95 SUNDAY. $2 Bloody Marys, Mimosas - 11 - Close THE BEST VIEW IN LEWE00