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66 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 27 - December 3, 1998 DiSabatino paintings on exhibit at Beach House Joe DiSabatino is a family ther- apist by day and a painter by night. In fact, 20 of DiSabatino's recent paintings are currently be- ing displayed at the Beach House Restaurant, on Rehoboth Avenue, in Rehoboth Beach. DiSabatino, who earned a mas- ter's degree in counseling from the University of Delaware in 1977, is currently the director of the outpatient program at Delaware Guidance Clinic for Children and Youth. He has been painting on and off since his col- lege days. DiSabatino spent eight years in northern England, returning to the United States in 1997. The rich, spectacular colors he saw on reg- ular hikes in the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District often find expression in his current paint- ings, even though his works are mostly abstract. A "visionary painter" is how DiSabatino characterizes himself. He explains that this means he "paints solely from his imagina- tion," having no idea what he will paint before he sets brush to can- vas. He admits to usually being Submitted photo Joe DiSabatino is exhibiting his paintings at the Beach House Restaurant in Rehoboth Beach. "'surprised and amazed at the fin- ished work of art." DiSabatino cites the work of noted psychologist Carl Jung and the writings of contemporary ar- chetypal psychologists James Hillman and Thomas Moore as in- fluences. He notes that his paint- ings "'are reflections of his inner life, which are more real" to him than representations of the exter- nal world. Like Hillman, he calls the exploration of this inner, imaginative realm a "soul mak- ing" activity. The exhibit also in- cludes a short poem to accompany each painting. For details, call DiSabatino at 644-0135. Millsboro prepares for Christmas Parade priced at under $10, so children may shop as well. The seniors will serve a homemade soup, hotdog or hamburger lunch, and the chamber will sell Benson's pound and fruit- cakes. Following the parade, Santa and Mrs. Claus will arrive at the Shop- ping Spree, where they will talk to, and be photographed with, youngsters. To complete the day, families are invited to take advan- tage of the many shoppers' spe- cials at stores and restaurants throughout town. In the evening, the display of holiday lights will be turned on in Cupola Park, and viewers will also see the floating Christmas tree across the bridge in Millsboro. For more information about the day's activities, call the Millsboro Chamber of Commerce at 934- 6777. Final preparations are under- way for Millsboro's official wel- come to the holiday season. The Christmas Visions '98 Parade, sponsored by the Millsboro Chamber of Commerce, will take place at 11 a.rn., Saturday, Dec. 5. The parade begins at First Omni Bank, on Mitchell Street. The raindate is Sunday, Dec. 6., Complementing the parade will be Santa's Pak Shopping Spree, featuring an array of gift and craft vendors, which will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Millsboro Civic Center, located on Wilgon Highway and Mitchell Street. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Mills- boro Town Council will also host an open house at its newly reno- vated headquarters in the same building. The deadline for parade regis- trations or for having a booth at the Shopping Spree is Monday, Nov. 30. Those interested in ei- ther should call the chamber at 934-6777. CAT Country radio personality Brian K. Hall will be the parade announcer at the judges reviewing stand on Main Street. The grand marshal this year is retiring Sus- "sex County councilman George J. Collins of Laurel. Bearing the colors in the lead position at the parade will be the color guard unit from American Legion Post 28, Oak Orchard. This year's judges will be the Shamrock Judges from New Cas- tle County. The judges will pre- sent trophies in 14 categories. The .qb S, nree., c-sjxm- sored by the Indian River Senior Center, provides a great opportu- nity for family members of all ages to shop for unique gifts or or- naments. Many items will be Millsboro holding holiday decorating contest Registration is now taking place for the fourth annual holiday decorat- ing contest in Millsboro, co-sponsored by the Millsboro Chamber of Commerce and Masten's Lumber Supply. The contest is open to all res- idences and businesses within the 19966 ZIP code. The contest is free, but particiipants must call the chamber office at 934-6777 to register. The regismation deadline is noon, Friday, Dec. 11. Judging will take place on Monday and Tuesday evenings, Dec. 14 and 15. Prize packages from local me',rchants will be offered, Four categories will be)'udged. 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