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86 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette The South Eastern Delaware Artist Studio Tour will turn 20 years young this month. The art tour, to be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Nov. 28 and 29, is one of the oldest-running artist tours in the Mid-Atlantic area. This year's tour will allow ev- eryone to visit the studios of 13 of Delaware's top artists and view them working in their special studio space. Each year the SEDAST artists create a piece of artwork for their raffle, Art in a Hat. The purpose of the raffle is to collect money to help the art programs of the Indian River School District. The artists feel an impor- tant part Of the tour is to have a successful raffle so they can give back to the community. Since 1999, they have given over $48,000 to the schools to further the arts education of the chil- dren. SEDAST is a self-guided tour. Brochures for the event contain a map for everyone's use in locat- ing the different studios. They are available at The Artful Bean "JULY IN BETHANY" by Jeanne Mueller, a 22-by-19-inch framed, signed, limited-edition gicl6e print, is among the pieces in the Art in a Hat raffle to take place at this year's SE- DAST. in Bethany, Gallery One in Ocean View, The Ellen Rice Gallery in Ocean View, Jayne's Reliable in Dagsboro and many local retail shops. For more information, contact Pat Frey at 302-732-6172, check out Facebook or go to www.Art- StudioTour.com. RAL awarded grant through Mid-Del Charitable Foundation The Rehoboth Art League was Visual Arts Outreach Program. one of 32 Delaware organiza- Through these programs, the art tions to be awarded a financial league brings art experiences to grant by the Mid-Del Charitable many underserved communities Foundation. Kim Klabe, RAL throughout our area." education director, and Leslie The Mid-Del Charitable Foun- VCheeler-Jones, visual arts out- dation supports Delaware-based reach coordinator, accepted the organizations and charitable, award at a luncheon held Nov. 10 educational, and scientific en- at'the Harrington Raceway and deavors which address a wide Casino. range of issues, including health Klabe said, "We are grateful to and human services, the arts, the Mid-Del Foundation for be- ing strong supporters of RAL's Continued on page 87 Lotus Lexus 3 to 4-year-old female 11-year-old female pit mix pit mix 1 Analise 0-month-old female Tabby Hawaii 5-month-old male grey DSH The Sundberg Team "Art & Diane Sell Sussex County!!" FRIEND Torque 8-year-old male Rottwieler mix Kali 2-year-old female calico '- FALL NIGHTS! Monday 1/2 Price Pints -. Tuesday $10 Fish & Chips Wednesday Burger Night Thursday Prime Rib Night Friday Ladies Night 9-11 Sunday Brunch 11-3 p.m. p.m. Mann (302) 858-2398 Cell (302) 227-9477 Office & Sons, Inc. 414 Rehoboth Ave. Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 WANTED: Please donate your extra & unneeded sheets, towels & blankets in addition.to a Iono list of needed , supplies to tile SPCA. They re greatly appreciated by the special animals waiting to be adopted. delspca.org SPAY & "Miles" Hecksher Adopted 2009 SUPPORT YOUR SPCA -- : ' r ' 4 t, :i :: Monday: : : showings end 30 mimes