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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 27 - October 3, 1996 - 59 World premier of Jack Lewis f&apos;dm will take place in Bridgeville on Oct. 18 The Delaware Humanities Fo- rum will present the world pre- mier of "If You Lived Here You Would Be Home Now", a film about Sussex County artist Jack Lewis and the town of Bridgeville in which he resides. The premier will take place at 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 18, at Wood- bridge High School in Bridgeville followed by a reception catered by Jimmy's Grille. The film is a celebration of small town life and culture and the special relationship between Lewis and the people and land of southern Delaware. Lewis, along with David Petersen, the maker of the film, will appear at the premier and Lewis' paintings will be on display. Audience members will have an opportunity to purchase a World Premier Poster signed by both Lewis and Petersen. Tickets are free but seating is limited and tickets are required. To order the tickets call 1-800- 752-2060 by Oct. 11 or pick up tickets before Oct. 18 at the Woodbridge School District ad- ministrative offices in Bridgeville. Pumpkin Festival Ghosts, goblins and jack-o- lanterns will be running rampant in Milton Memorial Park on Sat- urday, Oct. 12 during the third an- nual Pumpkin Festival. The 1996 Pumpkin Festival is sponsored by Jim Clark of James Robert Clark, Architect and is sponsored by the Milton Chamber of Commerce. Pumpkin carvers must be 18- years-old or older and pumpkin decorators of all ages are invited to practice their skills and corn- slated pete for ribbons and bragging rights as best in show. Please re- member to bring your own sup- plies and register in advance. The competition will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the judging will be held at 1:30 p.m. The crowning of Little Miss and Little Mister Pumpkin will take place at 11 p.m. At noon the chil- dren's costume parade gets under- way for ages one through 12. The parade will begin at the Wilming- ton Trust parking lot and prizes for ,v Liton Oct. 12 will be awarded for most beauti- ful, most frightening, most origi- nal and more. In order to include all ages in the Pumpkin Festival, a horseshoe pitching contest will be held and local artists will be present to carve and auction off their deco- rated pumpkins. Arts and crafts vendors will also be set up. For more information on the 1996 Pumpkin Festival, call the Milton Chamber of Commerce at 684-1101. "The Odd Couple" playing in Rehoboth A man's home may be his castle, but when Oscar the slob in- vites Felix the neatnick to share his apartment, his castle los- es many of the comforts of home, such as dropping cigar ash- es on the floor, leaving dirty dishes on the furniture and let- ting dirty clothes collect everywhere. Oscar and Felix are the impossible roommates that put the comedy into the Neff Simon classic comedy "The Odd Couple n which is now playing at Baystar Dinner Theater in the Sea Horse Restaurant in Rehoboth Beach. Page Boyce (left), of Millsboro is Felix and Tom Sweeney of Lewes is Oscar in Neil's Simon's classic comedy about mis- matched roommates. The show runs on Thursday and Friday evenings through Oct. 25. For reservations call 227-7451. ,,t, Vote#. "eest ,oest &at';,',, - . reop 4 J Restaurant & Saloon - OPEN -- Friday, Saturda & Tuesda, v til Halloween Saturday... speaks for itself Across from City Hall Uptown Rehoboth Beach 227-3895 Open at 5 p.m. for dinner. Festival of Theatre will take place in Delmar on Oct. 5 The Festival of Theater, a cele- bration of the performing arts, will be held Saturday, Oct. 5, at the State Street Park in Delmar from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. The Festival of Theater will fea- ture a colorful variety of perform- ing arts, including "Theatrical Vaudeville" - style performances by the Children's Theater of Del- mar. Live musical entertainment by Blue Junction, the Subter- raneans, My Dog Lucky, J. Mood and M.P. Steel (a steel drums duo). Food, crafts, prize raffles, games and impromptu perfor- mances by clowns, stilt walkers and other characters will also be featured. The Festival of Theater is spon- sored by Coca-Cola, WBOC-TV, The Bank of Delmar, Food Lion and Thirsty's. Advance ticket sales are $5 for adults, $3 for chil- dren, and kids four and under are free. Advance tickets are avail- able at Video Scene in the Delmar State Line Plaza and CPI Photo Finish in the Center at Salisbury, or by calling (302)-846-0218. 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