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76= CAPE GAZET/YE, FT-idar, N6vembq" 6 : qv-J 1 ix/J  :KSI plans annualart auction Kent-Sissex Industries Inc. is Second Cup and Banking House preparing for its seventh annual Art Auction and Showcase of Restaurants, sponsored by Mellon Bank. This fundraising event, sched- uled for Saturday, Nov. 21, will be held at Wild Quail Golf and Country Club in Wyoming, near Dover. The evening offers something for everyone in attendance. Prior to the 7 p.m. live auction, four lo- cal restaurants will showcase their specialty hors d'oeuvres. Palate pleasers this year include Wild Quail, Library Square Caf6, A Inn and Restaurant. The Show- case of Restaurants and auction preview will take center stage from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 and include the hors d'oeuvres and a chance to purchase artwork presented bY Heisman Fine Arts Gallery Inc. at below-gallery prices. Though tickets will be available at the door, advance tickets are encour- aged. For more information, or to purchase tickets, call Alicia Har- mon, KSI director of community relations, at 302-422-4014, EXt. 3015. Angle Moon photo Delaware Music School officially opens Lewes studio The Delaware Music School Lewes Beach location is now officially open for business, fol- lowing ribbon cutting ceremonies Sunday, Nov. 1, in the rear of the Beacon Motel Shops on Savannah Road. A variety of classes are being scheduled atthe new location. Among those gathered are (l-r) Betsy Reamer, Lewes Chamber of Commerce executive director, Diane AI- banese, music school board secretary; Trenni Elliott, chamber president; Betty DeBoer, the artist who painted the mural inside the studio; Debbie Kee, music school kinder coordinator; Tony Boyd-Heron, a coordinator of Art Around Town and owner of Peninsula Gallery in the same complex; and Donna de Kuyper, Delaware Music School executive director. Delaware Music School plans annual Art Auction for Nov. 14 in Milford Delicious, tIome Cooked Meals 4t Family Prices! The Delaware Music School's fifth annual auction will be held Saturday, Nov..14, at the Carlisle Firehall in Milford. The doors will open at 6 p.m., with the open auction starting at 6:30 p.m. The silent tables will close periodically throughout the evening. The guest auctioneer will be Dave Wilson. There will be more than 250 items auctioned, includ- ing Longaberger baskets, Beanie Babies, overnight stays, restaurant gift certificates, pieces of art, holi- day items, jewelry, clothes, trains, toy cars and much more. There will also be a large number of celebrity items. Raffle tickets for the Princess Di, Valentino and Peace Beanie Babies will also be available. The drawing will be held on Dec. 18 at the DMS Kids Korale Concert. There is no admission charge and there will be lots of food, a cash bar and some surprise enter- tainment. Proceeds from the evening will benefit the Delaware Music School's general operating fund. For more information, or to do- nate an item or service to the auc= tion, call Brenda Beissel at the music school's new main office and studio in Milford at 422-2043. Wal-Mart of Milford has pledged a matching donation of $500 from its Community Support Employees Fund. The Delaware Music School is also selling the 1999 entertainment coupon books, which benefit its scholar- ship fund. Each year, Delaware Music School awards more than 25 scholarships to students who might not otherwise be able to af- ford private or group music lessons. The books are $25 and may be used immediately. Goodweather, good art equal great turnout for Lewes Art Around Town The fifth annual Art Around Town in Lewes on Sunday, Nov. li was a "picture perfect day," ac- cording to event chairman TonY Boyd-Heron, who estimated that some 500 people visited the 17 lo- cations on the popular art tour. Art Around Town featured area artists who greeted visitors, displayed their works, and in some cases, demonstrated their artistry during the day. From the beginning of the tour at 2 p.m. until it ended at 5 p.m., people poured into the various shops, restaurants and galleries that displayed the art of more than 40 local artists. At the La Rosa Negra Restau- rant, seascapes by Julie Bauxen- dall and photographs by Jeanie Greenhaugh delighted scores of visitors as Well as restaurant own- er Bob Cirelli. "I was really pleased by the number of visitors we had," he said. "They filled our restaurant all day. Everyone liked the artists' work so much that we've asked them to continue to display their works here." Cape Artists, located in the low- er level of the New Devon Inn, al- so saw a flurry of activity. Artist Pat Loftus said that the Sunday af- ternoon tour was "better than ever." She said that easily "more than 200 people came through the Cape Artists gallery. They were in a buying mood, too. One artist sold five of her works during the three hours we were open." Shop owner Gavin Braithwaite of Stepping Stone/Union Jack echoed Loftus' sentiments. "I felt that the crowds were the highest we've seen in the five seasons Lewes has been host for the event. We had several .artists on hand, and visitors showed a genuine in- terest in their work." In a free drawing following the tour, winners of two donated works of art were selected from hundreds of raffle tickets placed in a bowl at the Beacon Motel lob- by.Drawing the winners was Dot- tie Darley, wife of participating artist Jim Darley. The winner of the Julie Molyneaux lithograPh, "In the Wake of the Day," was Bill Shep- ard of Bethany Beach. Anna B. Moore of Lewes was thewinner of an original etching, "R.V. 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