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78 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 2 - October 8, 1998 Peninsula GaH0000tofeature Nergaard exhibit in October .... • ........... The works of local artist Aina paints with simplicity and clarity colors do not necessarily have tO" Most recently she won the' Nergaard will be featured in the using bold shapes and colors, match what I see, but their rela' Equal Merit award at the Art Peninsula Gallery during the Many of her pieces have an His- tionship within the canvas. This League of Alexandriajuriod show month of October. panic feel to them. Nergaard says relationship consists largely of the and first prize in the Salisbury, ,,,,  ,-q'.., jL;'-  €'--\\; Aina Nergaard has been paint- of her paintings: "I look with awe modification of colors, forms and Md. Art Institute and Gallery sev- [IV _1O["  ing in this country for almost 30 at nature, but I accept the demand- values around each other so that enth annual jutted competition. In ]q' • C, ommt Coffee  [ yeas and before that in Sao Paulo, ing restrictions of the pictorial the painting will be completed June, she was awarded an Artist ][ Buy 911. at z0th lb. FP.E | | Brazil, and Seville, Spain. Now field, with order and harmony derived Residency Grant at Fundacion [i[ • OrguleaUy Grown [ I living mostly in Lewes but with a "Working simultaneously With from the initial chaos." Valparaiso, Spain. ! "Creative Gift lkets & Trays ]]l home in Alexandria, Va., as well, positive and negative shapes, and Nergaard has had many solo ex- The Peninsula Gallery is open ! io72.  she currently exhibits locally, in placing equal importance on both, hibits in Washington, D.C., Vir- from 10 a.m. to 5 p.ml, Monday Salisbury, Md., and Washington, I achieve a vibrant piece of work ginia, Maryland and Delaware. through Saturday, andfromll  302.227-7530 //I D.C. in its forms and colors. They inter- She has also been represented ex- a.m. to 3 p.m., Sundays. Her acrylic work is more ab- weave with each other with order tensively in juried shows around For more information, call 645- stract than representational. She and equilibrium. The shapes and the tristate area. 0551. • ' h t Appl ppl 1 0 Visitors Center to os e-Scra e Festiva ct. The Delaware State Chamber's Visitors Center at Bridgeville will be the site for several different events in conjunction with Bridgeville's popular Apple- Scrapple Festival, to be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 10. The grounds of the center will be the setting for Delmarva Muse- ums Mall: A Cultural Shopping Experience, where Delmarva area museums will display their shop merchandise, perform demonstra- tions and show unusual objects. Museums represented include maritime history, historic man- sions, shipwreck treasures, Native American history, 19th century crafts, rural life, aircraft, trains and more. Also on the Visitors Center grounds will be the Peninsula Re- gional Medical Center Health Ed- ucation Fair, featuring health screenings; a Delaware State Po- lice helicopter; flexibility testing; MADD; displays and giveaways. Inside the center, visitors can see an art exhibit highlighting Delaware artist Michele Green's oil and acrylic paintings of Delaware State Park scenes. Guests can also take a look at the Visitors Center's interactive com- puterized kiogk, Delmarva Ex- plorer, which contains videos of the area and comprehensive lists of businesses and attractions. A food vendor will be on loca- tion selling scrapple sandwiches, apples, cider and pumpkins, and there will be free shuttle bus ser- vice from the Visitors Center to the other Apple-Scrapple festivi- ties in downtown Bridgeville. All activities are free, open to the public, and will go on rain or Senior Singles Mingle announces October activities The Senior Singles Mingle, an organization for Delmarva's sin- gle men and women over 50, has announced its slate of events for October. • Oct. 3 - Celtic Festival - Snow Hill Committee gears up for Return Day In keeping with tradition, Re- turn Day 1998 will be held two days after the elections, as it has for more than two centuries. This year's Return Day will be held on Nov. 5, rain or shine, on the Circle in Georgetown, with the parade beginning at 1:30 p.m. The featured carriage for this event will be the Queen Elizabeth II royal carriage, part of the exten- si,e carriage collection located at the Mrvel Museum in George- town. Tradition mandates that the opposing candidates in each polit- ical race are to ride in carriages to- gether, as a symbol of bipartisan politics for a workable form of government focused on the future. The "burying of the hatchet" cere- mony will be held on the Circle in front of the courthouse, a rite that dates back to 1791. The Return Day Committee has extended an invitation for every- one to attend this historic event. Vendors wishing to participate should call the Return Day office at 855-0722 or fax 855-9088 for information. Spaces are limited, so earty response s recommend: ed. Anyone who owns a carriage and is interested in participating in the event should call John Marvel, carriage parade chairman, at 856- 3755. • Oct. 4 - Coast Day, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Oct. 6 - Peking Gardens, Re- hoboth Beach, 1:30 p.m. • Oct. 7 - golf • Oct. 9 - Barber Shop Quartet, Ocean City Convention Center. • Oct. 10 - Apple-Scrapple Fes- tival - Bridgeville, 10 a.m. • Oct. 12 - board meeting, 7:30 p.m. • Oct. 14 - Victorian Fest, Cape May. Leave Lewes 10:20 a.m., re- turn 5 p.m. • Oct. 16 - General meeting, 7:30 p.m. • Oct. 17 - Dance at American Legion Post 28, Millsboro, with The Honeycombs, 7:30 p.m: • Oct. 18 - Bowling at Midway Lanes, 2 p.m., with Rub.y Tues- day, after. • Oct. 20 - Coins Restaurant, Ocean City, 6:30 p.m. • Oct. 22 - Game night, 6:30 p.m. • Oct. 24 - Salisbury Zoo, with Golden Corral after. • Oct, 28 - Lunch at Dutch Oven in Millsboro, 1 p.m. The club's purpose is to pro- mote and establish friendships be- tween people 50 and older who are widowed, divorced and single. Membership is $6 per year; new members may attend first meeting gratis. Activities are restricted to paid members only. For member- ship information, call Janice at 436-8584. For information on ac- tivities, call Nancy at 539-9459 or Bob at 539-9614. 207 Rehoboth Aventue • Rehoboth Beach 227-'1986 yem..r,o00 HoliJPS : Dinner Served Nightly 5- I 0 P.M. Served Sat. & Sun. Noon - S shine. The State Chamber Visitors Center is located on Route 13, just south of the Route 404 intersec- tion. For more information, call the center at 337-8877. a" Paint your own Pottery! F: .oI00 ! O0'" OPEN Wednesday through Sunday in the Falll Third Block Shoppes, 216 gehoboth Avenue 302) 226-2110 00'#Prinled T. Shirts & Sporlsw6ar Geoff Vernon is now in Independent operation as Logo Artwork Design QuiCk Service- Quality Work Reasonable Prices 645-2959