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74 - CApE GAZETTE, Friday, October 2 - October 8, 1998 Fri. Oct. 2 i I Shrimp and oysters, 5-9 p.m., at VFW Post 7447, State Rd., Rehoboth. Lb. shrimp, $9.95; shrimP and pitcher of beer, $19.95; oyster sand- wich, $3; clam strips, $3. Casino Night, 7 p.m.-midnight, atCape Elen- 10pen Elks Lodge 2540, Sussex 23, west of Five Points, Lewes Admission, S4, includes beer, sodas hot dogs sandwiches; Must&apos;be'l.. Call 645-7016 for details. : / : ' OF COMMUNITY EVENTS Oct. 2-3 Annual Rummage Sale at St. EdmQnd's Parish Hall, King Charles Ave., Reh0both Beach, sponsored by the Blessed Virgin Mary Sodality. Hours: 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Oct. 2; 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Oct. 3. To benefit local charities; call 227 6496 or 227-2075. Oct. 2.4 22nd Annual Fall Sidewalk Sale, 10 a.m.-8 p.m., sponsored by the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce. A variety of summer clearance items available. For details, call 227-2233, Ext. 12 or 14. Third Annual WineFest at Ocean City, Md. Inlet Park, also featuring microbreweries, enter- tainment. Tickets, $16, at gate; for weekend hotel packages, call 800-OC-OCEAN. St. John's Oktoberfest near Milford Middle School, Seabury Ave. and School Place, 5:30-10 p.m., Fri.; l0 a.m.-5 p.m, Sat.; noon-5 p.m., Sun., opening with miniparade, carnival rides, amusements; featuring live, entertainment international foods, arts and crafts, bingo, chil- dren's games, petting zoo, blessing of pets. Sat. Oct. 3 Third Annual Boast the Coast, with lighted- boat parade, entertainment, boat tours, seafood tasting, sponsored by the Lewes Chamber of Commerce, 645-8073". Lewes Historical Society Craft Fair, 10 a.m.- 5 p.m., in the Lewes Historic Complex. Admis- sion, $2. Features wood, metal, glass, fiber, ceramics and ship models. Rain date, Oct. 4. Third Annual Delaware Authors Day, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., at Grass Dale Center, Delaware City, featuring panel discussion, talks on antique books, poems, history, free and open to public. Memory Walk to benefit Delaware Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association, 10 a.m. from The Grove park, Rehoboth Beach. For details, call 800-219-7666. 17th Annual CROP Walk, 10 a.m., beginning at Rehoboth Elementary School parking lot, to benefit Church World Services in Rehoboth Beach. For details, call 645-6228 or 227-7693. 18th Annual Heritage Day, with house tours and Main Street Parade, 10:30 a.m. Live music, antique dealers, artists, craft demonstrations, oyster fritters and other refreshments, in Bethel, sponsored by the Bethel Historical Society. For details, call 875-6425. "Dye Laughing," on how to dye clothing and coverlets for teens and adults, 9 a.m.-noon, at Abbott's Mill Nature Center, west of Milford. For preregistration, call 422-0847 Autumn pond exploration for ages 9-12, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., at Abbott's Mill Pond, west of Mil- ford. Bring bag lunch; beverage provided. For pregistration, call 422-0847. 7 Annual Fall Fling sponsored by Delaware Friends of Folk, with 16 live bands performing diverse types of music, 11 a.m.-I 1 p.m., Hartly, rain or shine; no pets or glass containers: free camping included in ticket price; RV spots avail- able. Children's activities, arts and crafts, food vendors. Gates open 9:30 a.m. Advance tickets, Calendar Sat. Oct. 3 $11, members, $13, nonmembers; at gate, $13 and $15 respectively. For details, call 302-735- 4789 or 302-735-4648. Annual craft show sponsored by the George- town Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., at Georgetown Fire Hall, S. Bedford St. Admission, $1, featuring gifts, candles, jewelry, soaps, woodcrafts, dried arrangements; lunch and baked goods available. Chicken and dumpling dinner, 4-6:30 p.m., at Epworth U.M. Church, 20 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth Beach, sponsored by Unity Chapter 16, Order of the Eastern Star. Adults, $6.50; chil- dren under 12, $3. Buckmasters of Delaware benefit banquet and auction for Delaware Sportsmen Against Hunger, at Del Tech Carter Partnership Center, Georgetown, with social hour, 6 p.m.; dinner, 7:30 p.m. Tickets, $40, single; $60, couple. For details, call 856-9568. Biannual book sale at Rehoboth Beach Public Library, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., in the adjacent reading garden. Also being sold are T-shirts, sweat shirts, book bags, as well as hardbacks, paper- backs, magazines, audiocassettes, videocas- settes, first editions and collector's items. All proceeds to benefit building fund. For details, call 227-8044. American Heart Walk ai Redden State For- est, with registration at 9 a.m. and walk begin- ning at 10 a.m. Honorary chairperson Jack Owens. For details, call 856-7386. Peel your own shrimp 3-8 p.m., at American Legion Post 5, King Charles Ave., Rehoboth Beach. $9.90 lb.; $5, half lb.; $10.90 lb. and pitcher; $2.50, clam strips or fried oyster sand- wich; eat in or take out. Shrimp Feed, 5-9 p.m., at American Legion Post 17, Lewes Beach. Shrimp, $10.95 lb.; clams, $5 a doz.; soft shell crab sandwich, $4.50; oyster sandwich, $3.50; clam strips and fries, $2.50. Large parties should call in advance at 645-9965. Volunteer Trail Maintenance Day, 9 a.m.- noon, at Cape Henlopcm State Park,. meeting at the Seaside Nature Cemter, to clean up 10 miles of trails. Everyone inviited; work gloves recom- Oct. 3-4 mended, as are fland tools. Craft Show at Rehoboth Mail, 10 a.m.-Sp.m., Sat.; noon-5 p:m., Sun. Music by Four Hits and A Miss, II a.m.-3 p.m. Chinese auction. Refreshments. Free space for charitable organi- Sun. Oct. 4 " zations. Call 645-5668 for details. Sun. Oct. 4 America's Walk for Diabetes in downtown Lewes, with refreshments, snacks, entertain- ment, breakfast and lunch. For details and regis- tration, call 684-8404. 6th Annual Fire Prevention and Safety Awareness Program and Apparatus Display, noon-4 p.m., at Rehoboth Bandstand, sponsored by the Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Compa- ny. A variety of displays, pictures of children on fire truck, information booklets. Call 227-8950, Ext. 5, for details. Milton Chamber of Commerce mixer, 5-7 p.m., at Norma's Restaurant, with refreshments and hors d'oeuvres; all chamber members invit= ed. For details, call 684-1101. Coast Day, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., at the. College of Marine Studies, Pilottown Rd., Lewes. Crab cake cook-off, clam chowder contest, marsh walks, crab races, puppet show, natltical videos, exhibits, rescue demonstrations. For details, call 302-831-8083 or visit <www.ocean.udel.edu>. Concert series, featuring HeartSounds with traditional Celtic and American folk music, 3 p.m., at Milford Senior Center, 111 Park Ave. Tickets, $10, adults; $8, senior citizens; $6, chil- dren K-12, available at 422-3385. Auction to benefit Shields Elementary School PTA, 1 p.m., at Shields School, Lewes. Antiques, art, jewelry, crafts, gift certificates, retired Beanie Babies, household items, silent and Chi- nese auctions, 50/50 raffles, baked goods. Fundraiser for Harry "Hap" Crystal, 5-7 p.m., at Lewes Yacht Club, sponsored by Rep. Terry Spence, R-Stratford, Capt. Judson Bennett, Capt. and Mrs. George Chambers Jr., Col. and Mrs. Thomas Byrne, George Chambers III, Charles Howard, and Mr. and Mrs. David Stevenson. Minimum donation, $35. Mon. Oct. 5 Annual Meals on Wheels of Lewes & Rehoboth Golf Tournament fundraiser at Rehoboth Beach Country Club. Registration, 11 a.m.; shotgun start, I p.m. Registration fee, $150 per person or $550 a foursome. Prizes awarded; a local pro or top amateur will play wth each team. Dinner, auction and awards follow. For details, call 645-7449 or 227-3616. Nautical Sounds Bai'bershop Chorus Guest Night, 7:30 p.m., at South Coastal Library, Bethany Beach. Men with an interest in singing especially welcome. For details, call 644-1321. Tues. Oct. 6 Reading and discussion series at Rehoboth Beach Public Library, "Working: Making a Liv- ing, Making a Life," with program on Arthur 1 Publish you event ,n the Calendar Information for this c,endar and the ongoing events calendar, which appear in the Cape Gazette every Friday, must be submitted each Wednesday by noon. Mail your calendar item to Cape Gazette, PO Box 213, Lewes, DE 19958; call us at 645-7700; or stop by our office, 36 Midway Shopping Center, Route 1, Rehoboth Beach. I Tues. Oct. 6 Miller's "Death of a Salesman" presented by Raymond Whali Jr. of Salisbury State Universi- ty. For details, call 227-8044, Annual open house at Kent-Sussex Indus- tries, 12:30-7 p:m., at the main facility, 30! N. Rehoboth Blvd, Milford. For details, call 422- 4014, Ext. 3015. DeVries Business and Professional Women's Club meeting, 6 p.m., at the Lamp Post Restau- rant, Midway, to honor woman and business of the year. Dinner, $13; call 645-0775; public invited. . Delaware Beekeepers Association/Sussex County, 7:30 p.m., at UD Research and Educa- tion Center, Rt. 9, west of Georgetown. For details, call 410-543-6344. The f Stop Camera Club meets, 7 p.m., at the Landing Clubhouse, off Old Landing Rd., Rehoboth. Ginny West'of Bethany Country Frame Gallery and Vinny Simon will present information on resource development opportuni- ties. For details, call 644-0299. Annual Boosters Night Covered Dish dinner and program on hurricanes, 6:30 p.m., at Hen- lopen Grange No. 20 Hall, Savannah Rd., Quak- ertown, Lewes. Public invited. Call 645-6215 for details. Beebe Medical Center Department of Integra- tive Health's first of a two-part program on basics of meditation to reduce anxiety, stress and pain. Call 645-3528 to register. Tuition, $10. Wed. Oct. 7 Free satellite broadcast program on "Local Government and the Year 2000 Bug," 1-3 p.m., Room 529, William A. Carter Partnership Cen- ter, Del Tech, Georgetown For details, call 855- 1680. Chicken dinner, 5-7 p.m., at Cape Henlopen Senior Center, 11 Christian St., Rehoboth Beach. Cost, $6 per person; open to publiC. Call 227- 2055 for details. Lecture on "Dr. Charles A. Tindley: Delaware Hymnist," 1 p.m., at St. John the Bap- tist Episcopal Church Hall, Milton, sponsored by, Milton Senior Center and Delaware Humanities Forum. Call 684-4487 for details. Great North American Fire Drill, 6 p.m., when the Rehoboth Volunteer Fire Company will sound its siren to signal the need to practice a home fire-escape plan. For details, call 227- 8950, Ext. 5. Free blood pressure screenings, 1-2:30 p.m., at Lewes Senior Center, sponsored by the Amer- ican Heart Association. Lewes Little League Board of Directors elec- tions at regular meeting, 7 p.m., at Shields Ele- mentary School cafeteria. Everyone urged to attend. Thurs. Oct. 8 I Family Fun Night, 6:30 p.m., at Rehoboth Public Library, on basics of origami, paper fold- ing, sponsored by Friends of Reboboth Library. Sign up by Oct. 6. For details, call 227-8044. PECO Annuitants power breakfast in Cape Region. Call B. Taylor, 226-1973, for time and location. Fri. Oct. 9 Roast turkey supper, 3-7 p.m., at American Legion Post 5.300 King Charles Ave., Rehoboth Beach, with turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes. gravy, cranberry sauce, cole slaw and pumpkin pie. Eat in, $7; take-out. $750. "Running & Winning: Getting Started." seminar,'8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., at Del Tech, Georgetown, on preparing for a leadership role. Fee, $20; to register, call 854-6966, Ext. 232.