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80 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette REHOBOTH TREE LIGHTING, SING-ALONG SET NOV. 28 SUBMITTED PHOTO FAMILY AND FRIENDS will gather at the Bandstand for Rehoboth Beach Main Street's downtown Tree Lighting & Hometown Sing-Along from 6:30 to 7 p.m., Friday, Nov. 28. :..~ Clear Space Theatre will host the sing-along at 6:30 p.m. and officially illuminate the city's most famous tree at 7 p.m. This year's tree was gen- erously donated by Harriett Magee of Rehoboth Beach. Everyone is invit- ed to this cherished annual tradition where hundreds of spectators gath- er to ring in the holiday spirit in downtown Rehoboth Beach. After the tree lighting, a special performance of "She Loves Me" will take place at Rehoboth's Clear Space Theatre. For ticket information call 227- 2270. For more information about the events, call 227-2772, or go to down- The museums and historic properties administered by the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs will be offer- ing 15 special programs including eight winter-holiday-themed activities during December. A schedule of events can be found at http://history.blogs.delaware. gov. Programs are free and open to the public. For more information, call 302-744-5055. The holiday spirit lifts off from 5 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 4, at the Zwaanendael Museum, 102 Kings Highway in Lewes with a special Hospitality Night. The 1920s holiday-themed program features festive d cor, music, demonstrations and seasonal refreshments. Call 302-645-1148 for more information. Other highlights include "Nut- cracker Storytime," a condensed version of Tchaikovsky's holiday favorite presented by the Ballet Upper Crust to exhibit local artists Nov. 24 The Upper Crust, birthplace of the Historic Georgetown Art Crawl, at 7 East Market St. in Georgetown, will exhibit two KEVIN FLEMING'S "Northern Car- dirndL" award-winning artists, Bev Bel- lows and Kevin Fleming, Nov. 24 through Dec. 29. A Meet the Artist reception for Fleming is scheduled for 12:30 to 2 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 4. A reception for Bellows is TBA. Bellows lives in Georgetown's Cinderberry community, is al- ways thinking about her next project, particularly landscapes and animals and is best known for portraits of pets. Fleming has worked in 28 countries photographing a va- riety of subjects including for National Geographic and has been recognized as America's Best Observer by Reader's Di- gest. He has galleries in Rehoboth and Dewey Beach and will open one on Second Street in Lewes January, 2015. Artists can contact Bruce at or 302-856-2300 to schedule a time to stop in with images of their work for approval and to possibly schedule an exhibit date. Cranberry bog hike at Cape Henlopen State Park Nov. 28 public is invited to explore the pinelands of Cape Henlopen State Park to search for cranber- ri , wildlife, and other natural wonders Friday, Nov. 28, at 11 a.m. Be sure to wear comfort- able walking shoes and dress for tffe weather. This free program meets at the Seaside Nature Cen- ter and is intended for ages 7 and ul vvith an adult. Space is limited, so call 302-645-6852 for more information or to reserve a spot. Discover the ins and outs of the mysterious squid at Cape Henlopen State Park at 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 29. Partake in a'hands-on dissection to see their anatomy and compare it to people's. This program meets at the Seaside Nature Center and is intended for ages 5 and up with a paying adult. There is a fee of $5 per person, and preregistration is required; call 302-645-6852. Stick around the park and see the Seaside Nature Center's fish and other aquatic residents enjoy their feast at 2 p.m. The Feast for the Fishes program is free and does not require preregistration. The Seaside Nature Center is open Wednesday through Sun- day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.n/., and the Borrow-A-Bike program is available from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., weather permitting. Park en- trance fees are in effect. More information about pro- grams offered at Cape Henlopen and all of Delaware State Parks can be found at destateparks. com. Theatre of Dover. The event will for the holidays. take place at 5:30 p.m., Friday, Finally, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 Dec. 5, at The Old State House, p.m., Dec. 6 and 20, Dover's John 25 The Green, in Dover. Dickinson Plantation will pres- From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Satur- ent Handmade for the Holidays, day, Dec. 13, one of Delaware's when visitors can learn to create most historic homes, the Buena a sachet with herbs and spices Vista Conference Center south (Dec. 6) and a plaster ornament of New Castle, will be decorated (Dec. 20). Go Organic... Go Healthy... Go Freshly Squeezed... featuring Homemade Quiches, Cr pes & Cr me Br l e French Toast Fresh Fruit Smoothies & Juices Gourmet Sandwiches & Organic Salads Gluten-free Options Hours Thurs. & Fri. 9-3 (ClosedM-W) Sat. - Sun. 8-4 (302) 227-4909 Juice l Bl, tro 12 Wilmington Ave. Rehoboth Beach, DE CELLAR DOOR