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e Cape Gazette FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2Oll 79 Annual event to raise fur special community prog[ Delaware Hospice's signature annual fundraiser in Sussex County, with its extensive dis- play of decorated trees and wreaths, will take place at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center from Friday to Sunday, Dec. 9-11. Festival of Trees co-chairs Kei- th and Alison Parsdl announced plans for the weekend event. "We're pleased to be opening the festival's exhibit of trees and wreaths to the public at no charge on Saturday and Sunday, so everyone can enjoy the holi- day decorations," said Keith Parsell. Support for Delaware Hos- pice's programs and services in the community will be raised through the Festival of Trees' special events. ds for ams Friday evenin :'s Extravaganza opening receptipn from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. features special enter- tainment, a locally catered buf- fet, beautiful c'oor prizes, and live and silent auction items. ' Tickets are $40 )er person and can be purchase{ at the door. Children will enjoy photos, fun and pizza Vd h Santa, Chuck- les the Clown and Mag!c by Charlie along wi h a Kids Korner for children lool ing for a special gift from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. Satur- day. Vendors illbeavailable the entire day foi' unique holiday shopping. A wine, cheqse and dessert tasting from 5 to19 p.m. will con- festivities. Tick- clUde Saturday's ets for the tasting are $10 per per- son and can be l urchased at the door. Co-chairs of the Festival of Trees event Alison and Keith Pars ment to the work of Delaware Hospice and a love for the Cape share a commit- DEWEY BEACH ' Lighthouse Raw Ban 124 Dkkinson Ave. Taco Toss every Sunday, 227-6444. Port: 1205 Highway One. Thursdays - Thai'd Up Thursdays With Paul Cullen acoustic; 6 to 9 p.m, 227-0669 LEWES ,Bethany Blues: 18385 Coastal Highway. Friday, Dec. 2 - The Divas of One Love; Criday, Dec. 9 - Galaxy Collective: Friday, Dec. 16 - Valhalla - a Tribute to Led Sunday features a delicious brunch served by local celebrity servers from 9:30 a.m. to' 1:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 for the Sun- day brunch and must be pur- chased in advance. The Parsells have a strong commitment to Delaware Hos- pice. With a medical background in radiology, Alison Parsell said, "I witnessed firsthand the suffer- ing of patients and families through the 1970s, before hos- pice care was available." Keith has served on the Delaware Hos- pice Board of Trustees for 20 years. He said, "In our funeral home business, we often meet families who praise Delaware Hospice for the care they re- ceived." Both are enthusiastic about the new Festival of Trees in Sus- sex County. Alison said, "Re- hoboth will be in high gear dur- ing this weekend, with Christ- mas shopping, the Rehoboth Art Walk on Saturday, and holiday decorations everywhere. We're looking forward to a fantastic turnout to our Festival of Trees events." For tickets call 302:855-2344, email pdolby@delawarehos- pice.org or go to www.delaware- hospice.org. Since 1982, Delaware Hospice has provided exceptional care and support to 36,000 patients and their families. Its mission is to help each patient, each day, live the fullest, most comfortable life possible. Delaware Hospice is the largest and only licensed, nonprofit, community-based hospice serving Delaware and southern Chester and Delaware counties in Pennsylvania. Delaware Hospice is accredited SUBMITTED PHOTOS TH|S PO~NSE3"TIA TREE. is one among many which will deck the halls of Re- hoboth Beach Convention Center in Delaware Hospice's Festival of Trees sched- uled for Dec. 9 through 11. by the Joint Commission, the na- tion's leading healthcare stan- dards-setting and accrediting or- ganization. Delaware Hospice was voted a 2011 Top Workplace in an em- ployee survey by Workplace Dy- namics and the News Journal. For more information about Delaware Hospice's programs and services, upcoming events, or employment opportunities, call 800-838-9800 or go to www.delawarehospice,org. MILTON 6 to 9 o.m, 227-8493, Friday ana Saturday karaoke. 226-1139. Irish Eyes Pub and Restaurant: 105 Union St. Fridays - Let's Do Trivia. 8:30 Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats: 320 Rehoboth Ale House: 15 Wilmington Rehoboth Ave. Friday, Dec. 2.- Carnival of Ave Wednesdays - Euro Dance Party p.m, and karaoke. Saturdays - Club 684, Sorts with special guest; Saturday, Dec. 3 227~2337 " , ~" 9:30 p.m. 684-8889. - Nate Myers & ]-he Aces; Friday, Dec. 9 - ' " ' Noth n But Troub e', Saturday, Dec. ]0 - , Seafood Shack', 421/2 Ba t more Ave. REHOBOTH BEACH ; i ; . : Thursdays- CathyGo m ,7to10 9.m, The Bu buckers Friday Dec 16 Tom r an Arena's: 149 Rehoboth Ave. in the ' Village by the Sea Mall..Fridays - Live music. 227-1272. Big Chill Surf Cantina: 19406 Coastal Highway. friday, Dec. 2 - Carla DiGiacomo Larsen Band; Saturday, Dec. 17 - Big Fat 227-5881, Slim and the Has-Beens. 226-BREW. Fregg Pond: South First Street.Sundays - Lower Case Blues. Mondays - Pete Wiedmann and the Gamilons. Summer House: 228 Rehoboth Ave. Tuesdays- DJ JY; Fridays and Saturdays - DJ JY. 227-3895. Zeppelin; Fi'iday, Dec. 23 - Keith WhiteI SUBMITTED PHOTO (7-]0 p m.)' Thursday Dec. 8 - Jay Wilcox' Wednesdays - Open mic with B J Munt.z Project. 644:2500. CARLA I)|GIAC~MO w perform Thursday I)ec. 15- Nathan Johnson' ' Fr days- DJ Sharon Messina 22712234 ' Timothy's~19598 Highway One.. ~ :' l:rirl~,, I~,-- 9 ~ h~ R;~ C'hill q,,ri" 1:hursdav' Dec 22 - Nathan Johnson' " - ' ' Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. - uivine vroporuon. Gray Hare Tavern: Route 24.. Sundays - C';ntln'a7 ...... I" ..... a .......... Thursday' Deci29 - Will Hickman; ' Jake's Seafood House:19178 Coastal. Thursdays - Misspel Komedy Knight, 9:30 Kara0ke with Nancy, 6 p.m.; Mondays - | . Saturday, Dec. 31 - Nathan Johnson (9 Highway. Friday, Dec. 2 - Sol Knopf; Friday 3.m. Mondays - DJ Woody. 227-3435, Resort Poker;7 p.n~.; Tuesdays - DJ Mikey, [ 9 m to midnight) 302-727-5568 Dec. 9 - Dave Sherman; Friday. Dec. 16 - 9 p.m. and pooltournament, 8 p.m.; Irish Eyes at Anglers: Anglers Road. " Bryan Clark; Friday, Dec. 23.- Nathan . Victoria's Restaurant: Boardwalk Plaza. Wednesdays - Freshly Squeezed 10 pro: Thursdays - Fabu]o@ Shock]ey Biothers Cloud 9:234 Rehoboth Ave. Every Friday Johnson; Friday, Dec. 30- Kevin Poole; Olive Ave. Fridays -Jeff Irwin on piano, 6- Thursdays -Rich (a~:oustic), 6 P.m. and and friends, 9:30 p.~n. Fridays - DJ and Saturday DJ Vixx; every Sunday Ms. "Friday, Jan. 6 -Sol Knopf; Friday, Jan. 13 - 10 p.m. Saturdays -Jeff Irwin on piano Too Much Fun Band. 9 p.m. Fr days - Billy Jammin' Jeff, 9:30 plm. 645-6888. ~eaches & the Cloud 9 Angels; every Dave Sherman; Friday, Jan. 20 - Nathan and Dr. Bob on bass, 6-10 p.m. 227-0615. (acoustic), 6 p.m. and DJ Porkyl 9 p,m. | : Monday karaoke. 226-1999. . .Johnson Fr day, Jan. 27 - Bryan Clark.. ' -riday, Dec. 2 - Glass Onion; Saturday, 1776 Steahhousel Midway Shopping . 644-7711. : Zogg's: I Wilmington Ave.. Fridays - 3ec. I0 - Glass House Band; Saturday, Center. Fridays and I~turdays - Bernard Cultured Pearl: 302 Rehobot, h Ave. Purple Parrot: ]34 Rehoboth Ave. Every Live acoustic music. 10 p.m. Saturdays - Dec. 17 - Too Much Fun Band, 64519911 Sweetney, 7qO p.m 645-9355. Sundays - Bryan Clark and Classic Sunday, Sunday Tisha Towers' Birdcage Bad Girls: DJ Fatty 10 p.m. 227-7660. -