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108 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, December 1 - Monday, December 4, 2006 Dan Cook photo Del Tech presents award For it's success in promoting awareness of cultures, lifestyles, geography, and history through the art of film, the Rehoboth Beach Film Society is the year's recipient of the Art's & Humanities Award at the Delaware Technical & Community College Donor Appreciation Reception. Shown are (l-r) Owens Campus Developmental Council's Layton Wheeler;, Sue Early, managing director of the Rehoboth Beach Film Society;, Beth Hochholzer, board president of the Rehoboth Beach Film Society;, and Dr. Ileana Smith, vice president and campus director of the Owens Campus. Established in 1997, this award is given annually by the college to honor an individual, business or organization for outstanding accomplishments in artistic or humanitarian endeavors that have positively affected the community. Milton Historical Society hosts wreath events Dec. 9 The MiltonHistorical Society will add to the festivities of this year's Holly Festival in Milton, Saturday, Dec. 9. From 10 a.m. to noon, local resi- dent Mike Wajda will demonstrate the making of traditional wreaths of holly and greenery. Mike made these wreaths as a child in Milton, when Milton was the center of the Christmas wreath making industry in Delaware. In those days wreath making was a local cottage industry managed by Jones The Holly Wreath Man. Milton wreaths hung at Radio City Music Hall in New York and at Wanamaker's in Philadelphia each holiday season. Mike's traditional wreaths will be raffled to benefit the Historical Society. In the afternoon, from 1 to, 3 p.m. authors Chris Scanlon and Katharine Fair will read from their book, The Holly Wreath Man. Scanlon and Fair will also sign copies of the book, which is avail- able for sale in the Museum Shop. The book is inspired by a story Scanlon wrote about this forgotten Sussex County industry when he was a reporter at the Delaware State News in. Dover thirty years ago. Both events will take place at the museum. Throughout the day, museum visitors are also invited to enjoy a Christmas display of an antique toY train as well as the per- manent museum exhibit, and to browse the Museum Shop for unusual gifts. The Lydia Black Cannon Museum is located at 210 Union Street in Milton. Hours on December 9th are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and admission is free for the day. For information call 684-1010 or Continued from page 106 of Groove; Saturday, Dec. 9 - The Good Problems; Friday, Dec. 15 - Kaitlin Sweeny; Saturday, Dec. 16 - Parallax Project; Friday, Dec. 22 - The HiUis Brothers & Friends Hootenanny; Saturday, Dec. 23 - Octavia & The Earthblood Blues Band; Friday, Dec. 29 - Mogels Brew; Saturday, Dec. 30- TBA; Sunday, Dec. 31 - Lionize. 226- BREW. Frogg Pond: South First Street. Evei'y Sunday Karaoke with DJ Sharon, 9 p.m. Wednesdays - Electric Velvet. Thursdays - Karaoke with DJ Sharon, 9 p.m. Saturdays - Eric Rachou and friends, 5 p.m. 227- 2234. Gray Hare Tavern: Route 24. Thursdays - Jimmy Bones from 5-9 p.m. and DJ Porky at 9 p.m. Fridays - DJ Dave Lemmon, 6-9 p.m. and DJ Porky at 9 p.m. Saturdays - DJ Shubie, 8 p.m. 645 9911. Irish Eyes: 52B Rehoboth Ave. Pete from Love Seed Mama Jump or DJ Josh at 9:30 every Tuesday. Team Trivia Night at 8 p.m. Wednesdays. DJ music Fridays and Saturdays. 227-5758. Stoney Lonen: 208 Second St. Saturday, Dec. 30 - Bruce Anthony. 227-2664. Sydney's: 25 Christian St.. Nick Wayne Tuesday, 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2 - Kenny Jones & the Jaded Angels; Saturday, Dec. 9 - Lisa & The Melting Pot. 227- 1339.