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68 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 2 - October 8, 1998 Rehoboth Art League offers last classes of 1998 season this month -- _ /. e)  PIZZA NIGHT IS BACKII ,i THURSDAYS " .. ,fi.OO  TOPPING pIES Fine, woodgrilled food, Live, original Music SaturdaY - The Scatologists On site brewery, tlappy Hour 4-7 W, Th, F FREE POOL Fridays IOpm Fresh ales. Veggie Night Sundays 320 Rehoboth Ave 302-226-BREVV Sharon Stockley will be teach- ing her final class of the season, "Glass Beads for the Beginner to the Expert," from noon to 3 p.m., Oct. 5-9. The .class will experience the excitement of manipulating and torturing hot glass - dichroic, foil and latticino will be covered, as well as the use of kilns and oth- er equipment. Students will learn or further develop the art of glass bead making. The cost is $115 for members and $125 for nonmem- bers, with a materials fee of $'35 to be paid to the instructor. Sculptor Michael Parameros will teach "Introduction to 3-D Wood Carving," from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Oct. 9-11. Wood sculpture and carving - the subtractive or glyptic method of creating sculp- ture in the round and bas-relief carving - will be used in this class. Students with a background in art, including drawing, ceramics, and design, will enjoy creating 3-D forms from blocks or small logs of wood. Composition of sculptural forms, preparation of material, and presentation of completed, sculp- ture will be covered in the course. The instructor will provide carving troughs, mallets, clamps, wood for carving, program guides and most wood-carving tools. This is a con- densed course in wood sculpture equivalent to a full college semes- ter. The cost is $100 for members and $110 for nonmembers, with a $25 materials fee to be paid to the instructor. After mastering the wood sculp- ture class, students are invited to join Parameros in his follow-up class, "Advanced Stone and Wood Sculpture, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Oct. 19-23. This workshop is for any- Caf@ ltaliano Features THEME NIGHTS Monday Tuesday Wednesday $10.95 Steaks All-U-Can-Eat Locals Nite Pasta, Soup Buy 1 Entre6 & 99 Kids Meals Salad & Garlic Bread (et 2nd 1/2 Thursday Friday Saturday Veal Nite Shrimp Fest $1.'"' per ounce MI Veal Entrdes Mi Shrimp Prime Rib $10.95 Entrdes $10.95 H oz minimum Sunday Filet Mignon Dinner, Soup and Salad 513.95 Calm ltaliano 4537 Highway One, Rehoboth, DE 645-MAMA Submitted photo Michael Parameros is shown at his Rehoboth Art League wood sculpting class in 1997. one with previous stone or wood sculpting experience who would like to improve his or her tech- niques and learn more tips on carving. This is a great opportunity for students to finish their stone or wood pieces with a knowledgeable instructor on hand for assistance. The fee is $150 for members and $160 for nonmembers, with a $45 materials fee to be paid to the in- structor. To register or for more informa- tion, call the Rehoboth Art League at 227-8408. Boast Continued from page 67 Another popular attraction, which is rarely open to the public, is the Maritime Exchange Tower, located in Cape Henlopen State Park. By special arrangement, it will be open from ll a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 3 and 4. Due to the limited access of the tower, assigned-time admis- sion tickets must be reserved in advance of arrival at the tower. Admission is $3 per person and tickets may be purchased at the Lewes Chamber of Commerce of- rice. The tower is owned by the Philadelphia Maritime Exchange and used by the Pilots' Associa- tion of the Bay and River, Delaware, to monitor vessel traf- fic to and from the ocean and bay. The Maritime Exchange will host gum'ed tours for tfiose regfstered. Later in the day, from 5 to 7 p.m., the Ship's Company Chanteymen, a sea shanty singing group that demonstrates the nauti- cal heritage of the American sailors in the early 19th century, will stroll around the vicinity of the city dock and the Lewes Har- bor wharf area. Dressed in period costumes, the group will set the stage for the Lighted Boat Parade, which begins about 7 p.m. In the case of inclement weather, the pa- ' rade will be postponed until Sun- day evening. For more about Boast the Coast, call 645-8073. donday -Specic f Come play............... with your food. -X gdx)boCn's critically acclaimed gesfaurant Fealudmj New American Cuisine Pimter ,J'ved NioMIy from 6 p.m - Closed Wednesday 0 WilimOtom Avmu dmbot laeh LSO/.J /./.6.1940 .2 ... " Hot Dogs v .J at the Bar Open Every Day 3:00 exc, epl Salurday & Sunder/- Gram noon