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d 2 0 Lewes Senior Center hosts Halloween dance Professional ballroom dancers Deni Hensey and John Williamson, and the Lewes Senior Center will host a fundraising Hal- loween dance for the center, Sat- urday, Oct. 31. The Halloween ballroom dance will feature a free dance lesson, dancing, games, instruction - in- eluding swing - as well as a pro- fessional demonstration with ad- mittance to the event. Light hors d'oeuvres, refreshments and mix- ers will be served. Hensey teaches ballroom dancing at 7 p.m., Tues- days and Thursdays, at Lewes Se- nior Center, hear Nassau- Mobile Home Park. The public is wel- come to sign up for the lessons. Admission to the Halloween dance is $10; partiers should come dressed in costume. The dance is BYOB; no one under 21 will be admitted. For more information, call Hensey at 645-7104, or the Lewes Senior Center at 645-9293. Ski dub sets trips to Vermont and Colorado From Jan. 12-19, local skiers can experience the excitement of "Ski Town USA," in Steamboat, Colo., in a trip sponsored by the University of Delaware/Delaware Tech Ski Club. The resort features more than t00 trails on four peaks. and todging in'one, two or two- bedroom with loft condominiums. The price of $804 per person, maximum occupancy. The price includes roundtrip airfare from Philadelphia, airport transfers, five-day lift ticket, seven nights lodging, taxes and gratuities and amenities including hot tubs, saunas, full kitchens, color TV and gas fireplaces. A deposit of $200 is due by Nov. 1. From Jan. 31 to Feb. 5, the club travels to Mount Snow, Vt., which has ski areas on three peaks for the beginner, novice, intermediate or expert skier. The Mountaineer Lodge offers excellent food and lodging, along with sauna, lounges, a game room and televi- sion. Prices start at $409 for the basic package, which includes round trip bus transportation, five nights lodging, five=breakfasand dinners. The deadline for $200 de- posit is Dec. 1. For more details about either trip, call Leonard Nel- son at 227-6857. Uvesaving Station lithographs now available The Indian River Lifesaving Station lithograph created by artist Donna Elias is now available in the lifesaving station museum. The new body of work was created as part of her "Heroes of the Ameri- can Coast" series and is a compan- ion to her "Great American Light- houses." The lithographs are Romance and Fine Food in the Gardens of the Dinner Bell Inn. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 9 - uniquely matted with double oars and are sfirink wrapped with" the U.S. Lifesaving Service on the back. The prints are $16, or $45 if framed. The gift shop is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday and is closed Mondays. Singles Supper Club sets costume dinner dance The Friday Night Singles Sup- per Club will celebrate October with a costume dinner dance at the Lighthouse Restaurant at Fisher- man's Wharf in Lewes on Oct. 23. The'event begins with a social hour at 6:30 p.m, followed at 7 p.m. with a buffet dinner. The event is open to single adults. Costumes are encouraged and prizes will be awarded. The price, including dinner, gratuity and mu- sic by D.J. Justin Reynolds, is $25. Reservations are required by Oct. 19, and may be made by call- ing Mary Ann at 537-2232 or Michelle at 644-1641. The Friday Night Singles Supper Club was founded over three years ago to provide social events in a friendly atmosphere for interested adults. New faces are encouraged to at- tend. Arts division seeks panel nominations The Delaware Division of the Arts (DDOA) is requesting nomi- nations for individuals to serve on voluntary grant review panels. Panelists are chosen each year to October 15, 1998 - 83 evaluate funding requests from or- ganizations seeking grantff from DDOA. Using standards of artis- tic excel!ence, citizen panels pro- vide the most fair and unbiased re- view of grants. Nominations must be postmarked or delivered to DDOA by Thursday, Oct. 15. All panel nomination must be accom- panied by the nominee name, ad- dress, home or business telephone and the qualifications of the nomi- nee to serve on the panel. Grant review panelists must be residents of Delaware. They may be artists, arts administrators or individuals whose expertise in the arts qualify them to objectively evaluate requests for financial support from the Division of the Arts. Self-nominations are accept- ed. Panelists will be required to fill out conflict of interest state- ments and to abstain from deliber- ations on grant applications sub- mitted by organizations with which they are affiliated. Panelists attend presentations by applicant organizations and meet for a full day in the spring in Wilmington. For more information, call 302- 577-8278. Dance evenings offered by Delaware Tech The Adult Plus+ Program at Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College will sponsor an upcom- ing series 0f dances. The spirit of World War II will be captured as the group "Sentimental Journey Radio Show" plays old favorites like "Boogie ...Woogie Bugle Boy," frorri 7 to 10 p.m., Tues- day, Oct. 13, at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. The show will include a presentation by actress and'singer Jean Jordan. Admission is $15 for the public; Adult Plus+ memberspay $12. From 7 to 9 p.m,. Nov. 12 and Dec. 10, the Adult Plus+ Exhibit Hall in Georgetown will swing with the sounds of husband and wife team "Side by Side." BYOB. Admission is $12 for the general public and $10 for Adult Plus+ members. Peninsula Gallery fine art and custom picture flaming 520 e. savannah road lewe de 19958 (just across the drawbridge} card andtmy  tel. (302) 645-0551 Gallery Hqur Mon.-Sat 10-5 p.m, Sun. 11-3 p.m. Gallery 2 resents "See, bd, Transform" an exhibition by Aina Nergaar&Nammack October 1-30, 1998 SUNDAY OCTOBER 11 1-5 P.M. SHELL WE GOLF Bring the family! All games $3 with coupon and all proceeds benefit the YMCA Campaign for Kids PUTT PUTT COUPON $3 per person All proceeds to benefit the Sussex Family YMCA's CAMPAIGN FOR KIDS ..........................................................