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76 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 17 - October 23, 1997 "Birds with an Attitude" topic m Rehoboth during annual Sea WitchFestival on Oct. 2 i Wild Birds Unlimited and the Maryland "Department of Natural Resources Scales and Tails pro- gram, in conjunction with the Sea Witch Festival, will present "Birds with an Attitude" at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 25, at their store located at 49 Baltimore Avenue. The program will feature birds like the Great Homed Owl and the vulture, and will explore the folk- lore and true tales that make these birds so fearsome. , Vultures fly with their wings in a slight &apos;V' pattern, watching and waiting for something to die, so they can feed on the carcass. The Great Homed Owl does its own killing, swooping down on mice, skunks, cats or even small dogs. Although these feathered fiends might be scary, they are a vital part of the ecosystem. The event will be held in the parking lot behind the store unless inclement weather forces it inside. It is an excellent opportunity for both young and old to see "up close and personal" the birds of Halloween. For more information, call 227- 5850 daily, except Tuesdays be- tween 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Sea Witch Continued from page 75 Rehoboth Beach's premiere sales- person, who will be selling Sea Witch 50/50 raffle tickets. Win- ners of both the Sea Witch Hunt and the 50/50 raffle will be an- nounced at the Bandstand at 6 p.m.. Saturday. This year will also feature a laser show, sponsored by AT & T, Rehoboth Outlets, BOSE and PNC Bank. Count Dracula plays a major role on-screen, arriving on the Cape May-Lewes Ferry. The show includes new technology with innovative engineering, which will give the festival and beach surroundings new life. The shows are scheduled on Saturday, Oct. 25, between noon and 10 p.m., inside Rehoboth Beach Convention Hall. The en- trance fee is $3 per person. There will also be a 5K foot- race or the fun and webfooters walks for those who want to strut their stuff. Plaques have been do- nated by "Run Around For You," and prizes are presented not only for time, but for the best cos- tumes. Both adults and kids can take a stroll through a haunted house at the Bottle & Cork in Dewey Beach. The Children's Haunted House is open from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The Bottle & Cork's Haunted House is open to adults from 7 p.m. to midnight. Other activities include murder mysteries, storytelling, heritage I. (3arden Cal00 Creative sandwiches, pastas, rad salads, served in a corrort)le and casual atr'nosphere. Fall Hours Mon-Thurs 11:30-3:30 Fri-Sat 11:30-9:30 Sun 11:30- 8:00 227.3330 122 Rehoboth Ave. A representative from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Scales and Tails program will pre- sent "Birds with an Attitude" during the Sea Witch Festival in Rehoboth Beach on Satur- day, Oct. 25, at Wild Birds Unlimited on Baltimore Av- enue. The program is free to the public. Above, Wild Birds owner Alan Garey (left) watches last year's demonstration. and cottage craft shows, bake sales and adult evening costume parties. For the kids, there's a chance to try roping a straw horse, trick or treating on the Avenue, haunted house, face painting, kids treasure hunt, pumpkin rolls, make-it-take- it craft area, games, treasure chest, critter pits, and guessing games. The event is produced by the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce, with ma- jor sponsorship provided by Re- hoboth Outlets, AT&T, PNC Bank, Comcast Cable, American Express, and Big Dog Sportswear. For moreinformation, call 227- 2233, Ext. I 1, 12 or 13. t ter : Friday, Oct. 17th "Blue Junction" Saturday, Oct. 18th "Damn Cats" Wednesday, Oct. 22nd "Convertibles" Thursday, Oct. 23rd "Blues Gems" Drive On Down to GOURMET PIZZA - WOOD FIRED ROTISSERIE - BAR k NEW OFF-SEASON HOURS Closed Mondays & Tuesdays Waterlmnt Anglem Road 15 Wilmington Avenue . , )IIL, I,jlI,MIIm m . -,,..,,.._  OpenWed.,Thurs.&Fd.p.m.-1 a.m.  I Sat. & Sun. Noon- la.m.. " ''__- ,L, r," I EVERY WEDNESDAY - 9 - 1 P.M. f0 t,m.m..a  wjI ml"lm | .m II I I I1 Ii V I HAPPY HOUR REDUCED DRINK PRICES . o "- :: 5 TV S' FOR ALL PORT ,to TV'S FOR ALL SPORTS AT THE BA ii \\; -','-:aem . - = " ,-, ruJK ALL SP+-6-- / :  1s IlleAUaA.-r   g ,-ors  . . r.;,;;,- ...... I <- / F"  ,.: :,. I::. 4! ": .!:i i;: i !: i ::!!!::i 88 ii!i:: i : ii iiii 2 :::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::: ::::::::::::::::iiiiiiiii! i!!i " :: ;::::: :::::::::::::::::':i:ii:i:i:[[i[:;::; ........................................... .................................. ..................................................................................... i:::::::