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72 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 17 - October 23, 1997 Blue Moon features work of Constance American Legion to hold pork and sauerkraut dinner The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 5 in Rehoboth Beach will spon- sor a roast pork and sauerkraut dinner on Friday, Oct. 24, from 4 to 7 Costigan; reception slated for Oct 18 The dinner will include mashed potatoes and gravy, applesauce, rolls and dessert and coffee. The cost is $6 for eat-in or carry-out meals. The Blue Moon Restaurant will show the artwork of Constance I Costigan, titled "Inscapes," 00ouot Constance Costigan is a profes- sor of fine arts at George Wash- ON Studio ington University. Her works are in such major collections as the Ou*,  r at) Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture ]  Third Block Shops,lhoboth Avenue, 226-2110 Garden, the Phillips Collection Poiwt youe own Potteeyl and the George Washington Uni- kctFrara/4undrds of Pieced versity Permanent Collection. m, awamm  wtLacas yea rE FAW Costigan has received fellow- .  vsxtAv ships from the Ossabaw Island :   to AM- a m Foundation, the MacDowell aatqsb,N  st,,tymv,-6PM Colony and the Hereward Lester Cooke Foundation. She was elect- ed Fellow of the Royal Society of d O J fl U s A t I Arts in gondon, and has served as Adriatic0" " I Distinguished Visiting Professor I at the American University in .------.- / , Cairo. The black-and-white works in this show are composed for our exciting weekend of entertainment/ [ of layers of pencil, painstakingly I laid down so that light permeates I through to the rag paper and ere- I ates the illusion of soft glow. The I works are one-of-a-kind and take I from 24 to 60 hours to create. The I Blue Moon will host an artist re- "Following the Circle Elegy for T.W." is one of the works by ception for Costigan on Saturday, Constance Costigan on exhibit at the Blue Moon restaurant in Oct. 18, from 3 to 5 p.m. Rehoboth Beach through Oct. 31. Del Zech Masquerade Ball set. for. Dewey Oct. 24 The Delaware Technical & Lawrence Morris of Mixx DJs as the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Community College will host the will play favorite party tunes from fall fling on Nov. 1 and the AIDS Student Government Association 8 p.m. to midnight, and prizes will quilt display Nov. 7-9. (SGA) Masquerade Ball on Fri- be awarded in various costume Advance tickets are $10 for the First Street & Baltimore Avenue, Rehoboth Beach I day, Oct. 24. categories. Refreshments will general public; $7 for students and For reservations call 227-9255 I The doors open at Crabber's consist of appetizers and a cash staff. Admission at the door will I Cove in Ruddertowne, Dewey bar. be $12. Beach at 7:30 p.m. The ball is sponsored by the Tickets can be purchased from p The event will benefit the Sus- SGA, in cooperation with the stu- members of SGA, Phi Theta Kap- sex County AIDS Committee and dent organizations Phi Theta Kap- pa or MALTA on campus. I Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Sus- pa and Malta, to benefit activities For more information, call 856- sex County. planned by 'the two groups, such 5400, Ext. 304.   ,,, -. .'_ aaT-,ga6 tk,;} FAJITAOg Lunchl,-2:3OOinnorfrom, SundayBrunch ,0:30-2:30 1i  (.v el-jr Wednesda,]r) ------  ------- Closed.Mondays I:/E g - - - - - "; .... "" ........ - ............... " ............. I 142 Second Street in rllstonc Downtown lewes, 645-7755 J