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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 27 - December 3, 1998 - 65 Children's Beach House Art Auction Forty-sixwell-knovffregional .add directeff, a'pr0gram m that' 1991. artists will display their works during the annu'al Children rs Beach House benefit Christmas. Art Show, set for Dec. 4 and 5: Proceeds from the show will sup- port the environmental education program, which serves thousands of Delaware's special-needs chil- dren throughout the school year.. Judging the show will be Ellen Notar, a new resident of Sussex County. Personally and profes- sionally involved in art all her life, she holds a master's degree in art history and studied at the Art In- stitute of the University of Chica- go. Notar has taught at the Uni- versity of Wisconsin-Madison, the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University. She is currently teaching a class in 20th century art at the Southern Delaware Academy of Lifelong Learning at the Virden Center in Lewes. Notar also holds a Ph.D. in instructional systems design field at the University Of Wiscon- sin and the  University of Delaware. She will "choose five works for awards 0fexcellence and five honorable mentions. Catherine Priest of Rehoboth plans to enter both oils and water- color works. Priest, who has spent every summer of her life in Re- hoboth, studied at.the Rehoboth Art League from its inception and is currently involved in a sketch- ing class there. She is commissioned often for children's portraits and works from both photographs and sketches. She studied at the Art Students' League in New York under Frank Mason and in his landscape classes in Vermont. Priest recalls volunteering at the Beach House in 1950 before leav- ing for college. Since then, her life has involved frequent moves be- tween Vermont, California and Delaware since retiring here in Cape Artists to participate in Lewes Hospitality Night, one of the most festive events in the-town of Lewes, will take place from 6 to 9 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 3, in Lewes. The Cape Artists will be con- tributing to the array of treats pro- vided by shopowners located in the New Devon Inn at Second and Market streets. On the lower level, visitors will find light fare sur- rounded by the artistic creations of the group. The Cape Artists' gallery will feature watercolors, greeting cards and books. The Cape Artists' Gallery will close for the year at 4 p.m., Dec. 19, and .. ...... el ;alisbury, Md ; Kathryn/-:Beebe'-Moore;.Ailai'/ergad Ellen Dusek Of Le.w, a ;n   a ll, Cfayctni Burton. ' Nammack Bm-baraee.Petro,-, ber of the Cape Artists, illex- Longenbach, Clark, N.J.; Myrna Margaret Prausnitz, Breck" hibit several local watercolor Mcgrath, Salisbu,.,Md.; Marion Stringer, Dorothy M. Waller, Ray scenes: a baysi.dl-vjevitla,t t!: )t. ags Dover: ' Lawrenc Pi, !aksorraild:Juli8 MOIjnux:. '- %. local lighthouses; ahd-il ': q I r)in, Md.;Tom iJonds - Salis .: " keti6o'a/tis':ts [heiu:;Ja :. painting in the garden of Hazel bu.ry; PhiHi p Gallo, Fredcrica; Greenhaugh, Marian Piswell, Jack Smith in Lewes. Dusek, Who re- tired to Lewes 10 years ago, holds a diploma from the Maryland In- stitute of Art in Baltimore as well as a diploma in fashion illustra- tion and design. Her painting of a Milford town scene won the Pur- chase Award from Sussex County several years ago. Also participating in the annual event will be artists Lyse Antho- ny, Dover; Margaret Bayaiis and John Bayalis, Milford Donald Blow, Smyrna; Pamella Bounds- Seemans, Wilmington; Denise Calisti, White Plains, N.Y.; N. Taylor Collins, Dover; Frances Rams Hart, Newark; Mary Hatch- er, Seaford; Claude Hurd and Dorothy Hurd, Milton; Nancy Hospitality Night will reopen in the spring. The Cape Artists are also contributing their talent by decorating a tree, titled "Christmas at the Cape," which contains miniature paint- ings done by each of the 23 artists, to benefit Southern Delaware Hospice Festival of Trees. Dec. 10, 17, 20* & Jan. 2 "'We Need A Little Christmas" Everyone knows that Christmas is right around the corner. Come join us as we celebrate the most beauti- ful holiday of the year. We will relive old memories and help you make new ones with songs such as Sleigh Ride, My Favorite Things, Here We Come A Wassailing, White Christmas and some that might be new to you. We can also guarantee bundles of Christmas cheer! So bring a couple of friends and good spirits. See you at the show .... Happy Holidays! Dec. 20th Matinee: Dinner: 2 pm Show: 3:30 pm ] ]33 Private and group bookings atso availablel $ Includes Buffet Dinner, Show & Gratuity 6 pm Dinner Seating * 7:30 Show Cherie LesteL Washington, D.C.; Jeanne Reid, Frederica; Joan Ri- dolfi, Long Neck; Evelyn Schi- avone, Berlin, Md.; Cynthia Swanson, Avondale, Pa.; Regine C. Tierney, Newark; Richard Schultz, Bear; Allene Martinez, Dagsboro; Constance Kollock, Millsboro; Rosemary Purcell, Dagsboro; Edward H. Stephens, Georgetown. Lewes artists exhibiting include Betty Deboer, Doris Ingram, Anna Wiberg and Joyce Lussiez. This art show, a major fundrais- er for the Beach House school year program, is underwritten in part by Greenwood Trust and Merrill Lynch, with additional help from Baltimore Trust and Mellon Bank. The gala opening reception will be held from 6 to 9 p.m., Friday, Dec. 4. The show continues from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 5. For more infor- mation, call 645-9184. I Co00ouarecor,,y,nvie,00 To Attend The nemakers' Dinner of to be Offered at The Buttery Restaurant at the New Devon Inn Monday, December 7, 1998 Reception 6:30 - 7:30 pm Dinner 7:30 pm $67.00 per person inclusive Limited Seating / Reservations Required 302-645-7755 the flavors of SO UTH AMERICA South American Antojitos Crab Salsa with Jicama Peruvian Guacamole Caramelized Plantains CASA LAPOSTOLLE SAUVIGNoN BLANc Eeuadorian Shrimp and Avocado Seviche on Mixed Greens with Orange, Jalapeno, and Cilantro VALLE SAN FERNANDO CHARDONNAy Roast Beef Tenderloin with Chimichurri Sauce Red Chile and Lime Cassava Chayote with Tomato and Con EVOLUNA MALBEc Vanilla F/an with Chocolate Expresso Truffles and Tropical Fruit LACED WALNUT CREST SPARKLING BLANc DE BLANC tthe Ibw Restaurant 1 Bar 1 Charcuterie Lunch Served Tuesday thru Saturday 11-2:30. Dinner Every Night from 5 Sunday Brunch Served 10:30 - 2:30. $14.95 Prix Fixe Dinners Nighty Until 6:30 Closed Mondays 142 2nd Street, Lewes, Delaware 19958 (302) 645-7755