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82 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2010 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT cape G ette deck in Lewes Fun for all ages at variety of events The Lewes Chamber of Com- merce-sponsored Boast the Coast event takes place in Lewes tUemrday, Oct. 2, with maritime- d activities throughout the day and into the evening. The Boast the Coast events in 1812 Park and at the City Dock begin at 11 a.m. Other activities includ- ing the Lewes Historical Society Craft Show and the Lewes in Bloom Fall Plant Sale begin at 9 a,m., and the Historic District Merchants' Fall Sidewalk Sale begins at 10 a.m.. The Lighted Boat Parade cul- q ates the day's activities at dusk on the canal. FLUMPA THE TREE FROG will en- tertain children at 1812 Park during Boastthe Coast. The free boat tours at the City Dock beginning at 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. include New Jersey's tall ship, the AJ Meerwald and the City of Lewes fireboat. The AJ Meerwald returns to Irish Eyes Pub & Restaurant and Lewes from southern New Jer- Jerry's Seafood. Also at 1812 sey. Built in 1928, it was restored Park, the family tim tent will fea- Other activities associated with the event include a seafood tasting at 1812 Park featuring spe-, cialties priced individually pre- pared by The Wharf Restaurant, by the Bayshore Discovery Pro- ject, which launched it as an edu- cational vessel in 1996. The New Jersey state legislature named the AJ Meerwald as the state's c ial tall ship in 1998. It will be participating as an entrant in the Lighted Boat Parade ture the entertaining Flumpa the Tree Frog musical show and Chuckles the Clown's pirate- themed magic show. The Lewes Historical Society's Maritime History Museum located in the Cannonball House also will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for free tours of the recently reno- vated exhibit space. The Light- ship OverfaUs is in its new berth in the Canalfront Park on Front Street and will be open for free tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p m. Lighted Boat Parade entries will leave Roosevelt Inlet around 6".30 p.m. and arrive at the City Dock/Fisherman's Wharf area around 7 p.m. Lewes' City Council members Barbara Vaughan, Stephanie Tsantes, Ted Becker and Victor Letonoff and Boast the Coast Chairman Orville Mills will judge the Lighted Boat Parade from the deck of one of the boats at Fisherman's Wharf. Following the parade, the parade entrant captains and their crews will be hosted by The Wharf Restaurant at a captain's reception and awards presentation. It does not cost anything for boat owners to enter the parade and all registered boat entries will be eligible for two cash prizes To register, boat owners can pick up entries at the Lewes Chamber of Commerce visitor center in the Fisher-Martin House next to the Zwaanendael Museum or call 645-8073 to have one mailed. All registrations must be re- ceived by noon, Oct. 2. Seafood Continued from page 81 Chowder Challenge. Beginning at 11 a.m., the Crab Cake Cook- Off will get started. Eight fmal- ists will prepare their recipes in quest to make Delaware's Best Crab Cakes. A preselected panel of three judges will evalu- al entdes at noon, and the win- hers will be announced at I p.m. The Seafood Chowder Chal- l nge begins at noon and fea- ~fft tUtes a friendly competmon be- tween the First State Chefs Asso- ciation and the Delmarva Chefs Cooks Association. Visitors will be invited to sample a 2- ounce portion of each associa- t tr,'s chowder and then vote for their favorite. The winner will be named at 3 p.m. Clams, donated flfoeaWatch International Inc. in rd, will be the featured seafood in this year's chowders. Guests can stop by the food f ival area to watch ice sculp- tures of marine animals being made by members of the First Chefs Association at 1 p.m. A large variety of seafood will be available for purchase, includ- "tt seafood soups and chowders, afi crab-cake and soft-shell crab sandwiches. Live lobsters also will be available for purchase; in- t ested guests should bring a cooler for storage unless their commute home is less than 30 n utes. Non-seafood items also will be fivailable. Coast Day is supported by Gamesa Corp., Delaware Depart- ment of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, OSG Ship Management Inc., PNC Bank, UTEC Survey Inc., and the National Oceanic and Atmos- pheric Administration. For more information about Coast Day, visit or call 302-831-8083. 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