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JCAPF GAZETYE,riday, epltpmb#r 27. Otobpr. 3.1996 - .55 Reh both Art League slates many workshops kn October Two very unique workshops for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, the experienced artist will be of- Oct. 13 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. fered at the Rehoboth Art League This course is designed for the in October - "Advanced Glass busy photographer who does not Beadmaking" and "Image Trans- have a darkroom or time to spend fers." in a darkroom. The workshop cov- Advanced Glass Beadmaking ers two processes - the Polaroid will be taught by well known jew- image transfer process and emul- elry artisan Sharon Stockley of sion process. The Polaroid system Denton, Md. on Tuesday-Thurs- is a process by which the dyes in a day, Oct. 1-3, from 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. This workshop is meant for the student who has tak- en one of Stockley's previous 3 day courses in glass beadmaking. Participants will work with scrap glass and lampworking glass in order to learn the basics of hot glass shaping and decoration. Cost for the class is $40 for members and $50 for non-mem- bers plus a $35 material fee that should be paid directly to the in- structor. Stockley requests that students wear comfortable cot- ton/natural fiber clothing with no loose sleeves. Bring something to drink and come with an open mind and enthusiasm. Image Transfers using Polaroid materials will be offered by world class photographer, Theresa Airey, on Saturday, Oct. 12 from ,00o00tst Day Continued from page 53 held on the hour on such topics as the life history of the horseshoe crab and how an extract of the crab's blood is used to screen pharmaceutical products for dan- gerous bacterial contamination. photographic negative are trans- ferred onto a receiving material. The emulsion transfer is a process whereby one lifts the image off the negative and transfers it to a receptacle such as wood, ceramic, fabric, paper, glass, etc. Cost of the class is $60 for members and $70 for non-mem- bers plus a material fee of $10 which is payable directly to the in- structor. Students should bring slides (color or black and white); at least one set of the following list of colored pencils - pastel pen- cils (such as Conte, Derwent, Carb-Othello), watercolor pencils, Marshall oil pencils, Prisma color pencils. It is recommended that participating students bring bag lunches. Call the Rehoboth Art League at (302) 227-8408 for in- formation. For a complete schedule of Coast Day events, consult the pro- gram provided upon arrival at Coast Day. Admission to the event is free; parking is $2. For more information, contact the Ma- rine Communications Office at (302)-831-8083 or the University of Delaware Sea Grant Marine Advisory Service at 645-4346. "Good cooking is the basis of true happiness" - Auguste Escoffier Don't Forget FRIDAY HAPPY HOUR Every Friday 4 to 9 in our Lounge 75 Roast Beef Sandwiches 50c Nachos $2.00 Rail Drinks S1.50 Drafts Every Friday is OLDIES NIGHT! October 4th "The Convertibles" October 1 lth "The Honeycombs" October 18th "Kathie Martin" Restaurant /Bar / Charcuterie Lunch Served Tuesday thru Saturday 11-2 Dinner Every Night From 5 pm Sunday Brunch Served 10:30 -2:30 Music Friday & Saturday Evenings 7-11 Closed Mondays Reservations Are Suggested At The Rusty Rudder And Our 1/2 Price Entree Value Menu is Back! SERVED SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY-- Starting at 4:30 Monday- Thursday 4 p.m. Sundays --- ENTREES--- All entrees include our fresh bountiful salad bar (or a choice of a Ruddertowne Caesar or a California mixed greens), fresh bread, vegetable and an appropriate accompaniment. --- SEAFOOD ENTREES-- GOLDEN FRIED SHRIMP ...................................... $8.50 Jumbo Gulf shrimp, hand breaded and deep fried to a golden brown. BACKFIN CRAB CAKE ........................................ $9.95 All lump crabmea Eastern Shore style. Delicioust STUFFED GULF SHRIMP ...................................... $9.95 Jumbo shrimp stuffed with lump crab imperial and baked to a golden brown. LOBSTER TAIL ............................................. $17.95 Mouth watering lobster tail broiled to pelfection, served with drawn butter and a lemon crown. COMBINATION ENTREES FRIED SEAFOOD COMBO ..................................... $11.50 An Eastern Shore favorlte! All lump crab cake surrounded by large tender shrimp, fresh sea scallops,.fillet of Jlounder and a Chesapeake Bay soft shell crab (summer season) or frled oysters (winter season). SEAFOOD LOVERS .......................................... $10.50 A bountiful selection of broiled shrimp, sea scallops, Jlllet of flounder and all on lump crabcake. CAPTAIN'S CATCH .......................................... $17.00 Little neck clams, sea scallops,Jumbo shrimp, snow crab legs, mouth watering lobster tail and mussels served on one entree. -- CHICKEN ENTREES -- GRILLED CHICKEN OF THE DAY ........................... Market Price CHICKEN CHABLIS .......................................... $6.50 Strips of boneless breast sauteed with mushrooms, white wine and garlic butter. CHICKEN CORDON BLEU ...................................... $7.50 Boneless breast of chicken filled with ham and swiss cheese, dped in parmesan bread cnanbs and fried to a golden brown. Served with a cream sherry sauce. PRIME RIB OF BEEF--- Admiral's Cut $10.95 Regular Cut $8.50 Our prlme rib is slow roasted and seasoned just right. FILET MIGNON ............................................. $10.95 A delicious tenderloin broiled to perfection. RESTAURANT & SALOON DEWEY BEACH, DELAWARE |l i Dickinson Street on the Bay 227-3888 142 2nd Street, Lewes, Delaware 19958 (302) 645-7755