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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRrDAY, NOVEMBER 3O- MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012 6S t's Christmas! f Buddy Holly tribute band to perform Oh Boy! A Tribute to Buddy year's Rehoboth Beach Jazz Fes- Holly will present a special tival. Christmas show at three venues The band features Walt Het- in the Rehoboth-Lewes area this field as Buddy, Barry Eli on bass season, and keyboards, Mike Long on The show is called Oh Boy! rhythm guitar and bass, and Ken It's Christmas! Schleifer on drums. Oh Boy! in Oh Boy! A Tribute to Buddy its regular tribute show plays Holly was one of the hits at this note-for-note versions of Buddy Holly and the Crickets songs. Hetfield goes in character as Buddy Holly and narrates the legend's life story .The group al- so performs other rockabilly classics. "Buddy Holly never recorded a Christmas album or even one Christmas song, so I wondered what would it would have been like if he had recorded some hol- iday fare," said Hetfield. "We've really had a lot of fun putting this show together and I think audiences are going to real- ly enjoy it. I love doing new ideas. Sort of like Christmas, you're not sure what's under the tree." The debut show will be at Casa Dileo on Rehoboth Ave. Re- hoboth at 8 p.m. on Tuesday Dec. 4 following the Rehoboth Beach Christmas parade. The next show will be at Arena's Bar & Deli in the Village by the Sea Mall in Rehoboth as part of the Adopt-A-Family fundraiser at 9 THE CAST OF OH BOY! IT'S CHRISTMAS includes (I-r) Long, Barry Eli and Walt Hetfield. SUBMITTED PHOTO Ken Schleifer, Mike More information: ohboybuddytribute,com Rehoboth Beach Film Society series to screen. 'Amador' The Rehoboth Beach Film So- leaves Marcela jobless, some- ciety, Lewes Public Library and thing she can't afford to let hap- Movies at Midway announce the pen. Faced with a difficult moral year's final screening in its dilemma, Marcela will prove Around the World series of criti- that death can't always stop life. cally acclaimed, international in- This thoughtful and timely dependent films, look at a culture clash little seen The provocative comedy-dra- outside of Spain "successfully ma ' Mnador" will be presented blends black comedy, lyricism at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 5, in and social critique," observed the upstairs screening room at Variety. Movies at Midway. Admission to Written al d directed by Span- this film series is free and open ish fflmmaker Fernando Le6n de to the public. Aranoa (who wrote the ]avier In this acutely observed char- Bardem film "Mondays in the acter study, Marcela, a young Bo- Sun"), this fdm garnered acting livian immigrant with financial nominations from the Spanish troubles, finds a summer job Cinema Writers Circle for its looking after Amador, a bedrid- two stars. den elderly man whose family is For more information, go to away., or call Over time, the unlikely couple the film society at 302-645-9095, share personal stories and se- Ext. 1, or the Lewes Public Li- crets. Amador's sudden death brary at 302-645-2733. )More information: rehol Tour of Lewes have luncheons Saturday, Dec. 1. Bethel UMC will host a Cookie Walk, and Lewes Yacht Club will Continued from page 64 have an indoor Craft Fair and Luncheon. During the tour, come by the The tour is presented by Corn- Christmas Antiques Bazaar and munity Bank Delaware and Bake Sale, held at the Rabbit's cosponsored by Schell Brothers. Ferry House at Third and Ship- Bella Terra, Cadbury at Lewes, carpenter streets on the Lewes Griswold Special Care, The Inn Historic Complex. It's a wonder- at Canal Square, Irish Eyes Pub ful chance to do a bit of shopping & Restaurant, leanine O'Donnell for the holidays, as there will be a of State Farm, Peninsula Gallery selection of small furniture, col- and Sombar & Company PA sup- lectibles, dishware, iewelry and port the 38th annual event as more. Also enjoy hot coffee, chili house sponsors. and delicious baked goods. Out- For more information about side the house is a Holiday the Lewes Christmas Tour or Greens Sale featuring fresh mag- about the society, go to nolia, pine and holly while sup-, call plies last. 302-645-7670 or email info@his- Several area churches will p.m. on Friday Dec. 7. The fmal Casa Dileo at 302-226-8660; Are- local show will be at Bethany na's, 227-1272; and Bethany Blues Blues in Lewes at 8 p.m. Satur- in Lewes, 644-2500. day, Dec. 15. For more information about For further information about the band go to ohboybud- these shows and venues call "Where hings are happening West of the Beach!" OPEN: Tuesday-Saturday llam - 9pro Sundays 9am - lpm 3-6 pm Happy Hour with $5 apps. Tuesday - Friday Complimentary Apps . Tuesdays 8, Fridays. 4:30-5:30 Sunday $9 ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST BUFFET 9 - ipm **** DINNER SPECIALS 3- 9pro **** Tuesday [ Wednesday. Date Night 1/2 Ib steamed shrimp g salad $10 3-COURSE DINNER for 2" $45 Thursday - Burgers3-6_p,m Friday $12 AUCE Chicken 8, Dumplins 5-9pro Prime Rib Night. $19.99 Dinner Music every wednesday, Friday & Saturday Breakfast Open Christmas Eve with Santa and Dec. 15, 9-11 New Year's Eve Reservations with Fabulous required Holiday Offerings Thursday Afternoon Teas 2-4 Advance Reservations Book your Holiday Party at The Brick? 1 8 THE CIRCLE, GEORGETOWN, DE 302-856-1836 WWW.THEBRICKHOTEL.COM .i, OPEN FOR THE HOLIDAYS GLASS - JEWELRY - PAINTINGS - POTI'EltY SCULIrI'URE - FIBER ART - METAL ART MEMBERS GALLERY Open Monday - Saturday 10 AM - 4 PM Sunday Noon - 4 PM Closed: Christmas Day and New Years Day. 12 Dodds Lane, Rehoboth Beach 302227.8408 HOLIDAY OPEN.HOUSE Saturday December 8th lOAM-4 PM A Day of Hospitali : Fine Art Fine Crafts Santa - Music Art Demos Refreshments Delaware teach, inspire, preserve The Rehoboth Art League is funded, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of Arts, a state agency dedicated to nurturing and supporting the arts in Delaware, m partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. _-~ I I III I k~'l I