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86 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette KEENOTE CHORALE PERFORMS IN REHOBOTH 7 Days a Week for Lunch &. Dinner We have MISSED THE COMMUNITY & we have some EXCITING NEW CHANGES like petite portions, gluten-free options, large children's menu, specialty drinks and NEW BAR MENU. - Jessica & Josh Wiggins M-SAT 1 13 -9PM SUN 1 13-8PM HAPPY HOUR DALLY Carry-out. Catering m & ALL DAY SUNDAY Reservations Welcome 302.934.5160. v,n nlv.BlueWaterGrillMillsboro.com 226 Main St. Millsboro, DE 19966 SUBMITTED PHOTO THE KEENOTE CHORALE performed in the Rehoboth Bandstand Oct. 25, to open the 2Sth Annual Sea Witch Fes- tival. The group sang a capel.la to an audience that was ready to celebrate the weekend. Debbie Kee, the director and owner of Keenote Music Studio in Lincoln, and who has a singing site at the Feed Company in Milton, has brought the chorale to the festival for more than 12 years. The singers included, in back (I-r) Jessica Creigh, Kellie Cortright, Abigail Hudson, Kimmy Cooper, Claudia Lit- tle, Maya Haldar, Charlie Cortright, Lily Border, Marissa Levis and Zoe Johnson. In the middle row are Gavin Hit- tie, Sigrid Evers, Samantha Cornell, Harmony Perkins, Tripp Border. In front are Violet Reichert, Madison Rice, Erie Brown, Claire Balliet, Priya Haldar, Charlotte Sachs, Sophia Belfont and Ava Hittle. Freeman sel cted as semifinalist for Levitt [Your City] AMP Grant Awards vugWo :n- open determine the Top 20 finalists. Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit : Levitt Pavilions will then review organization, was established thI'ough Nov. 30 the Top 20 applications in De- in 2007 to honor Josh Freeman, cember and the 10 selected Levitt the former chair of the Carl M. AMP [Your City] Grant Awards Freeman Foundation, after his The Joshua M. Freeman Foun- defion announces that The Freeman Stage at Bayside, an outdoor performing arts venue located near Fenwick Island, has been selected as a semifinalist for the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards. The Levitt AMP [7"* ur City] Grant Awards are an exciting, new matching grant opportunity created by Levitt Payilions to serve small to mid- sized cities up to 400,000 people. recipients will be announced Dec. 15. Voting takes places online at amp.levittpavilions.org. After registering, voters can vote up to five times before the deadline, 11:59 p.m., Nov. 30. "To be considered by Levitt for this grant program is a huge honor," said Patti Grimes, ex- ecutive director of the Joshua M. Freeman Foundation. "We have admired their work with untimely death in December 2006. The current focus of the foundation is The Freeman Stage at Bayside, which attracted more than 50,000 patrons in 2014, in- cluding 10,000 outreach guests. Other current outreach efforts by the Joshua M. Freeman Foun- dation include performances in local schools of the physi- cal comedy of Parallel Exit, an anti-bullying program called "Sticks and Stones" starring Lyle Thursday me HAPPY HOUR Monday - Friday 3-7pm Ten nonprofits or municipali- the Levitt Pavilions around the Cogen, performances of "Ham- ties partnering with a nonprofit country for years, and it would let" by Delaware Shakespeare ,,'- wffi receive up to $25,000 each be very exciting to be a part of Festival, and a mural program ,, (, in matching funds to produce their new community arts initia- at Millsboro Middle School in [ the Levitt AMP Music Series, an rive in small and mid-sized cities. December. L outdoor, free concert series held We hope that our patrons-and As well, a series of Dine& .......... I'/ Xpln- 8p over 10 consecutive weeks during community as a whole - pull Donates, where a portion of sales "-_ 2015-16. together and vote The Freeman for an evening will be donated to Ill .The concert series will feature Stage into the final round for the foundation, will take place 4 Course Traditional Holiday Meal a hausically diverse lineup of consideration. This opportunity at Catch 54 Nov. 8, Grotto Pizza high-caliber entertainment in will help to strengthen Delaware Nov. 20, and DiFebo's Dec. 7. For keeping with the signature Levitt p O'gram. An online public voting process through Nov. 30 will as the incredible arts destination that it is, while serving those closest to us." The Joshua M. Freeman more information, go to www. freemanfoundation.org or www. freemanstage.org or call 302- 436-3015. v. Neighbors share in Milton Sunday, Nov. 9. surprises. Tickets are $10. There Starting at 6 p.m., the Com- will be a cash bar. musical, comedy Nov, 9 munity Cabaret is a showcase of For information call 302-684- Laughs and community spirit neighbors sharing their musical, 3038; visit www.pcade.com; argwhat's cooking at the Premier and in some cases comedic tal- email info@pacde.com or stop Centre for the Arts, 121 Union St. ents, in an evening packed with in at the theater. ~) -):' ~ 38163 Robinsons Dr., aoz-927-alOO ...... justinthymerestaurant.com