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"64 : CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Octoi,er 2 -"6cber B'1"998 Trail Maintenance Day is Oct. 3 at Cape Henlopen The Volunteer Corps of Cape Henlopen will be hosting the monthly Volunteer Trail Maintenance Day from 9 a:m. to noon, Saturday, Oct. 3. Participants will help clear and maintain a section of more than 10 miles of interpretive, hiking and multiuse trails in the park. The group will meet at the Seaside Nature Center at 9 a.m. Volunteer Trail Day is held the first Saturday of each month. Work gloves are recommended and participants may bring their own hand clippers and hand tools. Teri Lazar, left, and Osman Kivrak of the Sunrise Quartet are vice president of the "Concerts at the Beach" series. the Smithson- Concerts Continued from page 64 we have Donald Sutherland com- ing to play on the newly refur- bished organ of St. Peters in Lewes. The acoustics in St. Peters are excellent and we're looking forward to our performance there as well as the three concerts planned for 1999." The concerts scheuled for 1999 include a Jan. 23 performance of ian Chamber Players, Sutherland' s performance on April l0 and the Amadeus Trio on Sept. 25. Lou Braith- SCHOMER waite, vice president of "Concerts at the Beach," used the benefit as an oc- casion to thank the Bethany folks. Dennis Forney photo shown with Lou Braithwaite, "They took us in and helped us make the Lewes concerts a reali- ty," said Braithwaite. "Their hard-earned expertise and great help is much appreciated." Judith Schomer, president of "Concerts at the Beach," noted that the series began in 1995 at St. Martha's Episcopal Church in Bethany Beach "We're still going strong and continuing at St. Martha's. All of the concersts are followed by a dessert reception with the artists. Now all we need is a performing arts center." Entries sought The Sussex Arts Council is seeking entries for the 18th annual Fine Arts Extiibit, which will run from Nov. 2 through Dec. 17. Works entered will be eligible for awards sponsored by local businesses, including the Angler's Best in Show Award of $500. Other awards include the Re- hoboth Art League Award of Ex- cellence and second and third place prizes offered by Midway Office and Art Supply. The $100 Francis Lewis Folk Arts Award will be made in mem- ory of the late Bridgeville primi- tive artist. Anyone over 18 is invited to for Sussex Fine Arts Exhibit submit one hanging or two pieces of free-standing sculpture. All work must be original and less than two years old and may not have been previously exhibited in the artscouncil gallery. For more information or an ap- plication, call 856-5421. Monday Night Sl O00Entr6el Steppin Out Continued from page 63 sters; Friday, Oct. 9 -The Con- vertibles. Island Boyz daily on the deck at 4 p.m. For information, call 227-3888. DOVER Dover Downs Slots: Garden Caf, Route 113. "Winners Grand Circle Buffet" on Thursday, 4 to 8 p.m.; Friday, 5 to 9 p.m.; and Sat- urday, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., with pi- anist Eyrl Byassee. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2-3 - Melissa Mar- 3,Jd.. g'.-..--J /).,'2 - S.*..,').JJ..r, ' Wednesday, Oct. 7 - Hy-Tyde; Thursday, Oct. 8 - Tom Larsen; Friday, Oct. 9 - Classified; Satur- day and Sunday, Oct. 10-11 - Jerry and the Juveniles. For informa- tion, call 674-4600. C00c0000/000treet 00lle CREATIVE CUISINE Thanks for making our first year a success. Please join us as we celebrate with our New Autumn Menues. AUTUMN SUNSET MENU So.p or Salad & Entr $13.00 Available Sunday-Friday Nights 5-6:45 Saturday Night 5:30 - 6:45 GREAT SELECTION OF WINES BY THE GLASS SUNDAY BRUNCH 11 - 2 Serving Lunch & Dinner Wednesday - Monday CLOSED TUESDAY Lunch 11:30- 3 Dinner from 5 "BEST NEW RESTAURANT AT THE BEACH" 1998 -- Delaware Today True Romance and Fine Food in the Gardens of the Dinner Bell Inn.