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122 - CAPE GAZETIE - Friday, December I - Monday, December 4, 2006 -Dancers give first grade00 insight on work for performances Diamond Dance to stage 'Nutcracker' in Milford Several Diamond Dance Company members spent the day with over 300 first graders Friday, Nov. 17, talking about the behind the scenes efforts associated with their upcoming performance of 'q'he Nutcracker." Morris students will be attend- ing one of the sPecial school per- formances of the production Friday, Dec. 1. The dancers talked to the stu- dents about rehearsals, lighting, sound, stage makeup and hair, and costumes. The presentation was part of a unit on "The Nutcracker," which is taught by Morris' integrated arts teacher Sarah Honey. "We were pleased to have the opportunity to share some aspects of the performance that are not necessarily visible to our audi- ences," said Diamond Dance Company board President Susan Grant. "When these children see the show, they'llget a mor e compre- hensive picture of everything that goes into a production." Children from schools through- out Sussex and Kent counties will be attending the 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. performances Dec. 1, at Milford High School for a dis- counted rate of $3. Public performances will be at 7 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 2, and at 2 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 3. Tickets, which may be purchased at the door, are $15 for adults and $8 for students 18 and under and seniors 55 and older. Anyone interested in more information can call the Diamond Dance Company at 422-2633. Submitted photos Taylor Gillan of Lewes talks about the construction of the Sugar Plum Fairy costume. Experience Christmas Tour in historic Georgetown Dec. 9 The Georgetown Historical Societ3? will hold its annual Christmas Tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Dec. 9. Tickets for the soci- ety's fundraiser are $10 per per- son. The tour will feature nine loca- tions throughout Georgetown, decorated for_ the holiday s , and will begin at the Nutter Marvel Carriage Museum, where tickets and program books will be avail- able. The program books will have directions to the homes and descriptions of what will be found inside each location. This year, the majority of homes have never been shown before: Guests will be touring the Barrel Barn at the Marvel Carriage Museum-, the homes of the Koskeys, the Andersons, the Redemanns, the McCools, the Hastings, the Clarks, the Wheelers and the historic Georgetown Train Station. Also this year, the Georgetown Train Station will be offering refreshments until 2 p.m. Admission is free for those who show their House Tour tickets or program book. And, everyone who takes the house tour will have the opportunity to win: a bas- ket full of fme items, donated:t0 the society. To purchase advance tickets, call either the Carriage Museum at855-9660 or Chardon Ltd. Fine Jewelry andGifts at 8567202. EVERY FRIDAY. SATORDA SORDAY ' Jost go- FIS'H ! Milton's Holiday House Tour '06 Saturday, December 9th 3 pm to 7 pm Celebrate the Holiday Season & Tour the Gracious Homes of Milton 10- In Advance  12- Day d Tour To Benefit the Milton Theatre For tickets call 302-684.3400 Tickets also sold at Antiques in Milton, Federal Street Gallery & Expresso Bar, and the Milton Theatre (Day of Tour)