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16 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette Benefits Lewes Historical Society The Lewes Historical Society invites the public for a chance to win an exclusive original painting by local artist Doris In- gram. This beautiful watercolor painting of a scene featuring the Delaware pilot launch Brandy- wine cruising past the Delaware Breakwater East End Lighthouse .evokes memories of both old and new Lewes. The painting is professionally presented in a 16- by-20-inch frame: Ingrain has graciously donated the painting to the society to be ra ed off. The image will also be used on the ticket cover of the 2014 Christmas Tour of Lewes, to engage our visitors and promote Lewes's unique heritage." Ingram shares her time be- tween Delaware and Vermont. In both locations, she appreciates the beautiful scenery; waterways, boats, sunrise and sunset, old take place Saturday, Dec. 6. homes and barns. "Painting is Raffle tickets are $5 each one of my passions, and so is and are available at the Ryves being outdoors. Th@ are the Holt House Museum Gift Shop perfect combo! Watercolor is through Dec. 22, when the draw- portable, and I love being onsite ing will be held. Tickets can also to paint," she said. be purchased by calling 302-645- Ingrain has drawn and tak- 7670, Ext. 12. Allproceeds benefit en art classes since childhood the society's programs in educa- and started with watercolor in tion and historic preservation, her 20s. "Over the years, I've Note cards and posters featuring taken many workshops from the painting are also available at well-known artists. Every class is the Museum Gift Shop. a joy, and you always learn some "The Lewes Historical Society special thing you can apply to thanks Doris for donating the your art," she said. beautiful painting for raffle to "When I moved to Delaware, benefit the society," said Mike I was an early member of the DiPaolo, LHS executive direc- Cape Artists and gave the group tor. "Proceeds from the raffle its name. We had many enjoy- will benefit the society's efforts able years painting the area and to continue offering a rich and exciting array of activities that Continued on page 79 SUBMITTED PHOTO ARTIST DORIS INGRAM, left, presents a beautiful original watercolor paint- ing to The Lewes Historical Society for a benefit raffle and for use of the im- age on the 2014 Christmas Tour of Lewes ticket cover. Also shown are (I-r) LHS Gift Shop Manager Suzanne Jones, LHS Board President Ann Hilaman, and LHS Executive Director Mike DiPaolo. Tickets on sale for Starburst 6ayl 31 CAMP Rehoboth has an- ages are included for the entire nounced that its Statburst Gayla evening, which will cap off with New Year's Eve dinner and dance a champagne toast at midnight, will be held Wednesday, Dec. 31, with dessert and coffee buffet. at e Rehoboth Beach Conven- Get ready to dance the night tion Center. Save the date for this away with music by local favorite Starburst Gayla, which is open to D] Nan. Live dinner music will everyone, be performed by Cathy Gorman. The Starburst Gayla will be There will be a free photo booth a night to remember! Plan for a by Fortier Photography for spe- full evening featuring dinner and cial New Year's Eve pictures. the dance, or come for the dance Proceeds from the Starburst only. Dinner is a buffet catered Gayla will benefit CAMP Re- by Food by Design, and will in- hoboth, which has served the clude fish, meat, and vegetarian local LGBT community for 24 selections. Open bar and bever- years, as well as Cancer Support Community Delaware. Tickets are priced at $100 each for dinner, unlimited open bar, and the dance. The evening starts at 7 p.m. and lasts until 1 a.m. For those wishing to attend the dance only, tickets are priced at $55 each, and include an open bar from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. All attendees will receive midnight desserts, coffee, and a cham- pagne toast. Tickets can be purchased on CAMP's website, www.campre-, or by calling CAMP at 227-5620. FIN November 22 6 50 PM i y Lewes Yacht Club "EAT DRINK ANDBE THANKFUL" r. 0o @ Thursday, November 27th, 2014 Our renowned dinner buffet will be served in both: The Windows on The Green Ballroom & The Baywood Clubhouse Restaurant RLSTAURANT SEATING TIMES: 11:30 AM, 2:00 PM, & 4:30 PM t BALLROOM SEATING TIMES: 12:00 PM & 2:30 PM Adulls: $32.95 Children Ages 6-12:$17.00 Children ages 5 & Under: Free Rcservafiotts for either location are r~tuind and non-refundable ,~ .... ., i~,.. ..... 4,,,,~" BAYW~.,D 32267 CLUBHOUSE WAY * LONG NECK, DE 19966 302.947.9225 * BAYWOODGREENS.COM