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~O FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21 - MONDAY, OCTOBER 24. 2011 ARTS & ENTERTAINM ENT Cape Gazette SUBMITTED PHOTO LO~:~,A~NE D~ON~ director of special events and public relations for Kent County Tourism, left, accepts a check from Scott Angelucci of Angelucci Gallery and Artists' Studios in Milford. Angelucci Gallery is the'sponsor of the Delaware Arti- san Faire held in conjunction with the Oct. 23 Delaware Wine & Beer Festival. Angelucci Gallery sponsors Delaware Artisan Faire Oct. 23 Twenty-five Delaware arti- Marie Sadler: Pane in the Glass sans will exhibit and sell their dichroic glass jewelry by Jan wares from noon to 5 p.m., Sun- Brunory, Val Dellas and Judy day, Oct. 23, at the Delaware Phillips; mixed-media artist Wine & Beer Festival on the Randy Strader; and Cassie Lawn grounds of Pizzadili Winery & Walker, surrealist artist. Vineyards, 1683 Peach Basket Twenty additional artisans Road in Felton. will feature fiber arts, prints and The Delaware Artisan Faire is original art, primitive painting, sponsored by Angelucci Gallery photography, hand-painted and Artists' Studios, 7 Park Ave. glassware, jewelry, note cards in Milford. It features 30 local and more. a f2 :regional artists who make For more information about pottery, jewelry, fine art, prints, Angelucci Gallery and Artists' photography, handcrafted jewel- Studios, call 302-422-4533. Tick- a od handcrafted baskets, ets for the Delaware Wine & Five artisans from Angelucci Beer Festival are available at the will round out the event, includ- event from noon until 4 p.m. Ad- ing Scott Angelucci, fine wood- mission is 535 for a 10-ticket wb ing; his wife Gail, custom sampling pass or $5 for designat- stained-glass artist; ceramicist ed driver tickets. Sea Witch Continued from page 79 forming on the Boardwalk'be- tween Rehoboth and Wilmington avenues at 2:30 p.rr Free events for Friday, Oct. 28, include Choo Choo Express train rides ifl The Grove Park, which will run from 3 to 7 p.m. The movie "Shrek Forever After" is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Do- nations are appreciated for these events; limited parking is available at The Grove Park. - Join the Woodland String Band mummers, thousands of cos- tumed participants, local bands, decorated cars and the Nur Shriners at 11 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 29, for the 22nd Annual Sea Witch Halloween & Fiddler's Festival "Costume Parade. The parade wii1 proceed east on Rehoboth Av- enue, from the convention center to the Bandstand. The parade will then continue on the Avenue westward, finishing at V'fllage by the Sea. This event is weather de- pendent; there is no rain date. The Sea Witch Halloween & Fiddler's Festival is Delaware's Of- ficial State Fiddler's Festival.The Fiddler's Festival has been billed as top string. Fiddlers and banjo players alike provide a fuU day of foot-stompin' entertainment. - With a cash prize contest, the audience becomes the recipient of some of the best pickin' possible. There is both an adult and chil- dren's competition for best fiddle, blue grass and banjo playing. The Fiddler's Festival is held from 1 to 5 p.n , Saturday. Oct. 29, at the Re- hoboth Beach Convention Center. There are no fees for the Fiddler's Festival: donations are appreciat- ed. Live entertainment is scheduled throughout the day at the Re- hoboth Beach Bandstand on Sat- urday, Oct. 29, and Sunday, Oct. 30 This year's emertainment in- cludes Spooky Spats Family Show, The Funny Guy, Delaware Come- dy Theatre and more. Children are invited to partici- pate in the Old Fashion Beach Games held on the beach at Re- hoboth Avenue on Saturday, Oct. 29, beginning at 2:30 p.m. All par- ticipants will be given event rib- bons. Events include the pumpkin dash, hula twist off, slippery swords and more. A broom-toss- ing contest will be held at 3"30 p.m. The annual hunt for the Sea Witch begins at 1 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 29. Participants must check in with the official clue keeper and pick up a clue site location list. Hunters must turn in their best guess by 5 p.m. The earliest cor- rect guess wins a cash prize. The winner will be announced at the Bandstand at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, Oct,30. The Sea Witch 5K Fall Classic and 1 Mile Fright Walk begins at The Grove Park at 9 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 30; registration begins at 7:30 Many of the more than 500 nmners, including entire famih'es, arrive in costume. Prizes are pre- sented not only for time, but also for the best costumes. Past win- ners have included cartoon char- acters, cheerleaders, various farm animals and monsters. Looking for a slower pace on Sunday? Take part in the First State Webfooter Walks. Registra- tion begins at 8 a.m.; latest starting time is 2 p.n . Walks begin at the Henlopen Hotel; visit the Web- footer registration starting point for walk information. Sponsored by Rehoboth Beach Animal Hospital, the Best Cos- mined Pet Contest is set for Sun- day, Oct. 30. Dogs and owners will parade down the Boardwalk let- ting the crowds get an eyeful. For- mer bow-wow critters have in- cluded those outfitted as life- guards, Egyptians, chickens, cow- boys, chefs and POlice. Lineup begins at noon and judging will begin at 12:30 p.m.. Dogs and their owners will regis- ter on Lakeview Avenue, next to the Henlopen Hotel, where they will receive their entry number and parade ribbon. The registra- tion fee is $2 or greater donation per dog. All registered partici- pants will line up at the north end of the Boardwalk parallel to the beach. The monsters wag their way down the Boardwalk beginning at 1 p.m.. The parade will proceed south on the Boardwalk from the Henlopen Hotel past Funland. Winners will be designated prior to the start of the parade and should return to the Bandstand following the parade at 2 p.m., where they will be showcased on stage. Trick or treating with mer- chants occurs from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 29. Pony rides, scarecrow making, face painting, and more activities highlight the weekend. Go to for com- plete program information. For more festival or area information, contact the Rehoboth Beach- Dewey Beach Chamber of Com- merce at 800-441-1329, 302-227-- 2233, or by email at rehoboth@beach- Go Organic...' Healthy... Go Freshly Squeezed... 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