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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25 - MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette Lewes farmers market continues Oct. 26 at Shields The Historic Lewes Farmersand Sussex Drive. The market Market Fall Market continues will continue at Shields each this Saturday, Oct. 26, with more Saturday morning through Nov. than 20 vendors. From 9 a.m. to 23. The HLFM is the largest noon, the market will be held producer-only market in Dela- in the parking lot of Shields ware and recently named the "g ementary School at the in- top celebrated Farmers Market tersection of Savannah Road in Delaware by American Farm- land Trust. Last Saturday's nicer weather brought out many HLFM patrons eager to purchase the farmers' fall offerings and this Saturday, farmers will have available an array of cool weather vegetables including kale, radicchio, bok choi, escarole, pumpkins, haku rei turnips, sweet potatoes and carrots. Also available will be freshly- laid eggs, yogurt, butter, chicken, pork, artisan breads and cheeses and much more. In fact, many of the small local farmers in the market planted special crops so that an abundance of pro remind patrons that the market duce would be available for the is open rain or shine. HLFM in October and Novem More information about the ber. Thanksgiving turkeys can be market is available at www.his ordered as well. toriclewesfarmersmarket.org. Market organizers want to Find them too on Facebook. IP m m n m n m m m m m m m ~ Clip me out 1201 Savannah Road, Lewes, DE (302) 645-1980 Pumpkins Continued from page 77 off judging at 12:30 p.m. The Mr. and Mrs. Punkin Chunkin Pag- eant starts at 12:45 p.m. The event concludes with the awards ceremony on the main stage at 5:15 p.m. Proceeds from the event go to several nonprofit groups and organizations including Autism Foundation, St. Iude Children's Research Hospital, Bridgeville Volunteer Fire Company, WBOC's Bless Our Children, Childhelp, Delaware Guidance Services for Children and Youth, Home of the Brave, Lewes Meals on Wheels and St. Baldrick's Foundation. Even a pumpkin shortage won't slow down firing at this year's 28th an- nual World Championship Punkin Chunkin. Minimum $25 purchase, restaurant only. We look forward to seeing you! I J Chunker Fat Jimmy has become a celebrity of sorts thanks to TV exposure about the event. AUTUMN SPECIALS ARE BACK! Tuesday 1/2 price sandwiches and burgers. Thursday Pub and Trivia Night! Join the fun! Pub fare and drink specials. Genesis HealthCare' Senior Living 1 -866-745-CARE www.genesishcc.com/care Sunday- Friday Great Happy Hours 4-6. Prices from $2. Wednesday Steakhouse Night! NY Strip, Filet or Lamb, with salad & 2 sides. Bottles of red - all $5 off. Friday Seafood Night[ All seafood entr6es and bottles of white- $5 off. Closed Mondays 316 REHOBOIH AVE. 302.227.1873 FINBARSPUB.COM