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Cape Gazette BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30- MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012 39 Trunk show Continued from page 36 dren's clothing from Lily Pad Children's Boutique and ladies' fashions from Tom-Tom Women's Apparel. Models will be coiffed by Drexel Davison and Bad Hair Day staff, who will have BHD gift/services certifi- cates for sale as stocking stuffers. While the rest are watching the runway, home brewers can take notes from Doug Griffith of Extreme Brewing in Mi!lsboro and Lewes, who will be cooking up some brew, offering samples and selling home beer brewing kits for the amateur brewmaster. Art lovers can join Delaware's premier folk artist Pam Bounds Seemans for a look at her latest works in the NVV Gallery. The receptioh is open to the public from 2 to 4 p.m. World- renowned wildlife artist Richard Clifton will have one-of-a-kind ornaments benefiting the Chad Clifton Foundation, and Terri Clifton will sign copies of her book, "A Random Soldier." Hei- di L0we Jewelry will offer some ing it local, you'll help to main- bling. Also on hand will be tain the small-town quality of unique sand scripts and greeting life created by our unique shops cards from A Sandy Soiree, and and services, thus contributing gourmet pastries and Italian spe- to the charming character of cialties from Touch Of Italy. The Sussex County." new Morgan & Gower Cheese Nassau Valley Vineyards, Mongers will offer a selection of 32165 Winery Way in Lewes, is the finest, while Windsor's open year-round for tours, tast: Flowers & Gifts will sell fresh ings and events from 11 a.m. to 5 poinsettias - cash 'n' carry them p.m., Mondays through Satur- home. days and noon to 5 p.m., Sun- "This is sure to be a fun way to days. For more information, go get your holiday shopping start- to www.nassauvalley.com or ed and support local business- contact Peggy Raley-Ward at es," says Raley-Ward. "By keep- 302-645-9463. f Specializing in & Community Properties FREE ESTIMATES Call now to schedule a competitive bid for the 2013 season, 802 -682 -9400 .~L~'~S~OOLS~VJCE .COM Briefly )) Old Screen Door to host Holiday Open House The Old Screen Door An- tiques & Vintage Finds is hosting a Holiday Open House from 4 to 8 p.m., Friday, Nov. 30, at 209 Monroe Ave. on Freeman High- way in Lewes, The gathering will offer wine, cheese and Christmas trees, as well as some fun, one-of-a-kind holiday shopping opportunities. There will be an old-time Christmas tree lot especially for this event, and it will continue through the weekend from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Cus- tomers are invited to pick out a tree and sip some hot cider. Proceeds from the sale of the trees will be donated to a local charity.