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CAPE GAZE'IE, Friday, September 26 - October 2, 1997 - 71 35th annual Rehoboth Christmas Shop to offer special features Oct. 10-12 ) ORIGINAL BEER, ORIGINAL FOOD, ORIGINAL MUSIC Thursday is Beer Premiere Night--.., a new Dogfish Head ale weekly, Friday night --_. free pool Begins at 10pro Saturday night-- Live Original Bands start at 10, Sunday--... we will resume our pool tourney starting 10/5. Don't forget the Bill Morrissey Beer Dinner & Concert Thurs. 10/2. 320 Rehoboth Ave., 226(BREW) www dogfishcom reservations suggested Anne Ratledge, chairman of the 35th Rehoboth Christmas Shop to be held Friday, Oct. 10, to Sun- day, Oct. 12, at the Convention Center on Rehoboth Avenue in Rehoboth Beach, has announced four special features for this year's show. "The show is sponsored by the Epis- copal Church Women (ECW) of All Saints' RATLEDGE Parish. Each of the Ladies Chapters' will have its own unique and individual pro- ject this year," Ratledge said. "Everyone has a part in making the show a success. As always, our show profits go back to the community through local and countywide charities," she added. The St. Francis' chapter, under the guidance of Gloria Sweeny, will present the Potpourri Shop, which will showcase an array of yesterday's treasures at reason- able prices. The women of St. Francis have worked hard at as- sembling, polishing and collecting preowned items ranging from jewelry to art objects. Ella Curtis is responsible for the St. Ann's chapter, which will be staffing the Sew-Sews Booth. Many marvelous crafts will be on sale, and the group will also be raffling off a handmade Log Cab- in quilt, which will fit a double bed. St. George's ECW, led by Jane Hall, will also be holding a raffle on a dollhouse hand-assembled by Jack DeGrange, husband of one of the members. The doll house is a replica of a Vermont farmhouse complete with gingerbread trim, front porch with railing, shutters and a shingled roof. Tickets for each raffle are $1 or six tickets for $5. Tickets may be purchased from any member of the sponsoring groups or at the event. It is not necessary to be pre- sent to win. The Christmas Cafe, under the direction of St. Boniface chapter, will offer lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. each day. The menu is suitable for adults and children. Evelyn Thoroughgood is the leader of the St. Boniface chapter. All chapters' members con- tribute to the Bake Shop which will feature all kinds of delectable homemade goods including cakes, pies, candies, pickles, jams, jel- lies, cookies and muffins. The shop will be open all through the show. "This show is a joint effort by all of our ladies of the parish. Their outstanding contributions, support and volunteering enable the show to be a success," Ra- fledge said. The show hours are Friday, Oct. 10 and Saturday, Oct. 11 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 12, from 11 a.m. to 4 pro. Daily admission is $1 and free for chil- dren 12 and under when accompa- nied by an adult. Second Street At the Annual Trustees Din- ner/Theatre Gala last weekend, Second Street Players announced their upcoming 1998 season. The line-up includes new works, clas- sics, family entertainment and lots of music. Play reading committee mem- ber Harvey Williams said the sea- Son opens with a state premiere of "Ruthless," a campy musical that features a child star who seems to have dramatic ways of dealing with competition. The William Inge poignant comedy, "Bus Stop," and the innocent classic, "Harvey," follow, and the Steven Sondhiem Broadway hit musical "Sweeney Todd" is set for the spooky season. Williams said the Players close the year with a full scale production of the heart- warming "Charlotte's Web" pre- sented as the Christmas holidays open. The dates of performance are "Ruthless," March 20, 21, 22, 27, 28 and 29; "Bus Stop," May 22, 23, 24, 29, 30 and 31; "Harvey," July 24, 25, 26, 31 and Aug. 1 and 2; "Sweeney Todd," Oct. 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 and Nov. 1 and "Char- lotte's Web," Dec. 4, 5 and 6(four performances are scheduled). The Players added a production for 1998 and will present five full- scale plays. Those purchasing season tickets have the option of buying a four- show season, excluding the "Charlotte's Web" production, or buying the entire, five-show sea- son. The five-show, regular ticket price is $44; senior citizen price, $40, and the four-show regular price is $40; senior citizen price, $36. Season tickets are now on sale, and Williams recommends pur- Players announce 1998 season chasing them for holiday giving, tors who are interested in submit- Season ticket orders may be mailed to Second Street Players, Box 470, Milford, DE, 19963; call 422-0220 for order blank informa- tion. The players are taking applica- tions for directors for "Bus Stop" and "Charlotte's Web," and dire, c- ring a proposal for the 1998 gala, Saturday, Sept. 19, may also ap- ply. The deadline for those applica- tions is Friday, Oct. 10. For director application infor- mation, call Kenney Workman, 422-8777. / [D[fi G00Pxl)EI00 Cx00FE Now Open For Sunday Brunda Belgian WLffies wlt fresh fruit, saruumptlous muffins mad nes, bagels. ql dally omelettes with fruit , coft"ee, espresso, RPu ame Join us In the a.m. for a refreshing start of your day Also serving itmch and dinner, our creatlve and healthy Salads, Sandches, and Pastas. 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