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80 - CAPE GAZETTE, Fr/day, September 25 -. October I, 1998 . . . Fourth annual Coastal Music &Arts Fest focuses on,environment Lord Baltimore Elementary Schoo. 1 in Ocean View hascreated an outdoor education site known as the Environmental Learning Center, or.the ELC. The center serves as an open-air classroom that takes advantage of the school's natural watershed envi- ronment. Funded through numer- ous contributions and built and maintained by countless volun- teers, the ELC provides students opportunities to observe and par- ticipate in the cycles of nature un- dot the guidance of trained educa- tors. At tile Coastal Music & Arts Festival, set for Saturday, Sept. 26, educational festivities are planned to spotlight the Environ- mental Learning Center. Media- corn has once again donated a train ride that will depart from the children's art and craft area and deliver them to the entrance of the ELC. Once the children enter this location, they will be allowed to paint pumpkins, have their faces painted, and meet with many guests who specialize in the Delaware environment. Mounted insects and wild animals, water- shed displays and carved decoys are among the variety of props that will be used to help educate the children about nature. Donations will be accepted for those who would like to dig loblolly or white pines planted by former students in the Nursery Playce. The train will also stop at the exit of the ELC to pick up chil- dren who have had their fill and want to move on to the Mediacom Moon Bounce. Adults who are in- terested in exploring Garden or Geology Playce, Atmosphere and The group Katari, featuring Marco Hernandez, will be featured at the Coastal Music and Arts Festival in Ocean View on Saturday, Sept. 26.- Lecture Playce, or dig-your-own- timore Elementary School pines at Nursery Playce, will find grounds next to the playground. the Environmental Learning Cen- ELC events during the festival ter on the far end of the Lord Bal- are sponsored by Long & Foster Set your course for water events at DuPont RiverFest around the Christina River marsh. Boarding takes place between 10:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. on the Riverwalk between the Kalmar Nyckel and the Market Street bridge. The tours are sponsored by CIBA Specialty Chemicals. Visitors may also board the Kalmar Nyckel, a replica of the tall ship that landed on the Christi- DuPont RiverFest, featuring the Delaware Transportation Festival, will provide a variety of amuse- ments from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sat- urday, Sept. 26, at the new river- front park, located between the Market Street and Walnut Street bridges in Wilmington. Activities will include wildlife river tours, the Kalmar Nyckel, Dover Downs' mini-Indy Race, children's entertainment, heli- copter rides and live music. There will also be plenty of refreshments available. Most activities are free; however, some activities have a small fee, which will benefit Boys & Girls Clubs. The wildlife river tour will take participants on an excursion RAL offering soldering, glass classes Trained in fine arts at the Mary- land Institute College of Art, Stockley began making jewelry as a hobby in junior high school. A full-time artisan, her fine jewelry is found in galleries all over the region. Stockley has taught her craft at the Baltimore Bead Soci- ety; the Touchstone Center for the Arts, Uniontown, Pa.; and the Re- hoboth Art League. na River from Sweden, between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Also, the Wilmington Fire Department's fireboat will release its water can- nons on the Christina River in a display that will take place at noon and at 4:30 p.m. Festivalgoers may tour this boat from 1 to 4 p.m. The Wilmington Youth lowing Association will compete in the Rowing Regatta between 1 and 3 p.m. on the Delaware River, be- yond the Walnut Street bridge. At 11 a.m., a hovercraft will glide across the water. Free parking will be provided in the Wilmington train station's parking garage on Martin Luther King Boulevard and in the Fraw- ley Stadium's parking lot, where participants can pick up a free shuttlebus to the festival. For more information on the DuPont RiverFest, call 302-658-1870. "Mirrors and Boxes" is a unique class presented by Sharon Stockley from 6 to 9 p.m., Mon- day, Sept. 28, at the Rehoboth Art League. Using stained glass sol- dering techniques, students of all levels will use bits of glass beads, shells, metal charms, pieces of chain and any jewelry or things from their own meaningful collec- tion to create an impressive gift for themselves or others. Stock- iey will teach the class how to permanently attach the above ob- jects to decorate recycled small metal boxes and mirrors. The class costs $70 for mem- bers of the art league and $80 for nonmembers, with a $25 materi- als fee to be paid to the instructor. To register, call the Rehoboth Art League at 227-8408. Realty, Mediacom, Bethany Fab- ric and Craft Supply, and art stu- dents from Indian River High School. The  events will lake place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The raindate is Sunday, Sept. 27. ATLANTIC THEATERS Rehoboth Mall Cinema Rehoboth Mall, Route One, Rehoboth Beach 645-0200 URBAN LEGEND (1:39)(R) 3 Shows Nightly 4:00 6:50 9:30 RUSH HOUR (1:38)(PG-13) 3 Shows Nightly 4:45 7:15 9:40 THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY (1:59)(R) 3 Shows Nightly 4:15 7:00 9:50 ONE TRUE THING (2:08)(R) 3 Shows Nightly 4:30 7:00 9:40 SAVING PRIVATE RYAN (2:50)(R) 2 Shows Nightly 4:30 8:00 ROUNDERS (2:02)(R) 3 Shows Nightly 4:00 6:50 9:30 SATURDAY & SUNDAY MATINEE AT 1:00 P.M. Artist Stringer The Buttery Restaurant in Lewes will host a reception for lo- cal watercolor artist Breck Stringer from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 2. Stringer's works, including various local scenes, will be on display at the restaurant for the The following movies are now playing in the resort area: Urban Legend: "Disturbing Behavior" and "Scream" have nothing on this movie. A series of strange deaths occur on campus, prompting curious college coed Alicia Witt to investigate. Soon, she finds herself (gulp) as the tar- get of an axe-wielding Robert En- glund ("Freddy" from the "Night- mare on Elm Street" movies). Rated R. Rush Hour: Jackie Chen and Chris Tucker team up to crack to display at month of October. Stringer, a native of Baltimore, moved to Lewes in 1984, and after his retirement in 1994, concentrat- ed on improving his skills at wa- tercolor by attending numerous workshops. He has exhibited at Buttery in Lewes several Rehoboth Art League and Delaware Tech shows, and is a regular exhibitor at the Peninsula Gallery in Lewes. John Donato, owner of The But- tery, offers his restaurant to artists for exhibitions on a regular basis. down on some kidnappers in a buddy/cop movie. Rated PG- 13. One True Thing: Renee Zellweger ("Jerry Maguire" and "Empire Records") is a successful journalist who stops midcareer to care for her cancer-stricken moth- er (Meryl Streep) and discovers a terrible family secret. Based on the novel by Anna Quindlen. Al- so' features William Hurt. Rated R. Rounders: Matt Damon, a reformed gambler, reluctantly comes out of retirement to bail out ex-con buddy Ed Norton, who is trying to fend off loan sharks. Rated R. Saving Private Ryan: Giv- ing "The Truman Show" a run for its summer blockbuster money, movie mogul Steven Spielberg di- rects an all-star cast that includes Tom Hanks, Edward Burns, Matt Damon, Tom Sizemore, Adam Goldberg and Giovanni Ribisi. A doomsday adventure story about the mission to save a soldier who can't be lost, there's already a buzz about an Oscar for the pic- ture. Rated PG- 13. There's Something About Mary: Camerqn Diaz, Matt Dil- lon, Chris Elliott, Ben Stiller, Lee Evans and Helena Christensen bumble their way through a messy romantic comedy. The movie's already been touted as the '90s spin on "Fast Times at Ridgemont High." Rated R. $10.95 Steaks 99 Kids Meals Tuesday Wednesday All.U-Can.Eat Locals Nite Pasta, Soup Buy 1 Entre & Salad & Garlic Bread Get 2rid 1/2 Price Thursday Veal Nite All Veal Entr6es $10.95 Friday Shrimp Fest All Shrimp Entres $10.95 Saturday $1. per ounce Prime Rib 10 oz minimum SuIIda Filet Mignon Dinner, Soup and Salad $13.95 Caf00 Italiano 4537 Highway One, Rehoboth, DE 645-MAMA