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: i Cape Gazette FR~DA% DECEMBE~ Z,- ~ONDA'~ #ECE~A~E~ 5, 20~! 97 " DEC. 2-3 I r s t ge for . last December and January. Tickets $20, $19 for seniors and studentsl For more information, go to Millsboro Lions Club Fritte Shack will be open Eighth annual Christmas Fair, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., . from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Frid~ Fs, anc~ 10 a.m. to 2 [ m. -parish hall, St. George's Chapel, Harbeson. or until sold out, Saturdays, at the pNC Ba0k purl :ins Handmade Christmas crafts and gifts, baked goods, Santa's House, I to 3 p.m., Rehoboth Boardwalk. lot, Main~Street, Millsboro. I or sal~ are oyster Low-cost v~cc~ne clinic, 10 a.m. to noon, Wash 'n white elephant items, used books, DVDs, and much Get picture taken with-Santa. No charge; donations fritters, soft shell crab sand, riches; hot dogs, soc a, Wag, behin~l Jilfy Lube on Rt. 1, Lewes. Hosted by more. Free and open to the public For information, appreciated. Bring camera . and watei. For more inform~ tion call Secretary iV itch Just Us. Ra#ie~ vaccinations, $15; distemper, $10; call Chair Helen Abrams at 945-2368. Rogers, 302-238-7077' Bordetella, ~;101 and microchipping, $20. For Worcester Prep Christmas Bazaar, 11 a:m. to 4 ' " " p.m., Millsboro Chamber of Commerce Artists will gifts, crafts, books, greer~ery and food Games for Possums Christmas H,t P~ irade, ~ p.m., 441 O1~1 information]call 302~245-7666. Millsboro Art League at Santa Shop, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 508 S. Main St., Historic Berlin Selection of Laurel Rd., Georgetown. Th( cast will perform th~ Lewes PreSbyterian Church to host annual be on display Get picture taken with Santa Claus children, luncheon, snack bar, entertainment. For 20 most oved Chr stmas sc ngs as voted on by fans Christmas I~az~ar, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., 133 Kings Hwy., last December and January. Ticke_t$ $20 $19 for Lewes. For]inflrmation call 645-5345. , Soup Luncheon, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., St. Peter's Church information, call Susan Beauchamp at 410-641-3575. seniors and students. For m )re information, go tO Parish Hall, 2nd St., Lewes Luncheon tickets $ 7; can Beachcombing Program, 2 p.m., Indian River Life- - www.possumpointplayers.og. Cookie wa&, 8:30 a.m., Millsbo[o Fire Company be purchased at the door Raffle tickets for Gourmet Saving Station, DelawareSeashor& State Park. $3 I Cost is $6 f~)r ~mall box; $12 for large For Basket and Holiday D~cor $1 each; can be purchased per person For information, call 302-227-6991. Second Street Players of ~ lllford to present information] call 934~7221. . - at the door or at.the church office. "Humbug!," 8 p.m., Riverfrol it Theatre, 2 S. WalnUt Michael Carroll to give talk and teaching, ] to 3 St. Milford. Tickets $17, $1 c iscount on matinees for St. 6eorgels Chapel Christmas Fair, 9 a.m. to 3 Santa's House, 3 to 5 p.m., Rehoboth Boardwalk. p.m., parish hall, All Saints' Episcopal Church, 18 . p,m., parish hall, Rt. 23. Handmade crafts and gifts, Get picture taken with Santa. No charge; donations Olive Ave., Rehoboth Beach. students, senior citizens, an:t military. Group ratqs baked good]s aid more. ava ab e Fo[ more nformal On or to reserve t ck~ts, appreciated. Bring camera.. Rehoboth Beach Main Street and Nicola Pizza to call 302-422-0220." . ~ GFWC Zwa~an@ndael Women's Club open house, The Kelly Club of Lewes Presbyterian Church to ' present annual Community Unity Spaghetti Dinner, Fundraiser for the club's-scholarship fund will offer Kings Hwy., Lewes. Christmas d~cor, greens, Betty's Tickets $8, free for kids under 6. For information, c~.~! DEC, 2-4, 10 a.m. to 7] p.r~., Third St. and Savannah Rd., Lewes. hold annual Christmas Bazaar, 10 a.m. to2 p.m/,]~3 4 to 7 p.m., Rehoboth Beach Convention Center 2Oll Children s Beach HoL se Holiday Art Shove, 6 food and [e[relh_ments. Bags, new and used household and decorating 227-2772 or go to to 9 p.m. Dec. 2, 10 a.m. to, ~ p.m. Dec. 3, and nopn Second Street Players of Milford to present Christmas ~t Cinderberry Craft Show, 9 a.m. to 3 items. For details, call 302-645-5345. to 3 p.m~ Dec. 4, Children's teach House, Lewes.I p.m., Villag~ of Cinderberry, 19 Cinder Way, Make Your Own Turks-Head Knot Bracelet, 10 "Humbug!," 3 P'm' Riverfront Theatre, 2 S. Walnut Live holiday music, artist m~ ~et-anc~-greet, over 1,000 works of art, hors d' c euvresL by Nage, Big ~:ish GeorgetowO. R)ffles for a queen-sized quilt and 3-ft. a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Indian River Life-Saving Station St., Milford. Tickets $17, $1 discount on matinees for Grill, Caf6 Azafran, and Hen open ~ity Oyster Hquse, Santa. Ca11130t-253-0523. Museum, Delaware Seashore State Park. $7.50 per~ students, senior citizens, and military. Group rates Tickets are $65 per person. --or information, call Mid-Atlantic :~ymphony Orchestra and Morgan person; covers both materials and instruction. Space available. For more information or to reserve tickets, Opera Worl~shop to present Glorious Holiday 302-645-9184 or go to ww,, and materials limited; preregister by Calling 302- call 302-422-0220. Celebrationt 7::}0 p.m., Mariner's Bethel Church, Rt. 227-6991. Single Seniors Beach Club "Charismas" Party, 4 iii~te~rr~t~n~2n~{ -Rr~a~be t~rBf~af hrag . 26 and Cenlral Ave., Ocean View. Tickets are $39.75 Family Fun: Animals in Winter program, lp.m., p.m.,Annabella's, Lewes. For information, callJudy for adults; ~15, students; and $5 children under 12. Indian River Life-Saving Station, Delaware Seashore Bryan at 684-5107. " r( lr'y ~ Co es For tickets ~all ~88-846-8600 or go to State Park. $4 per person. Preregistration required; call 302-227-6991. Henlopen Theatre Academy, 2 p.m., Cape Henlopen' - "The Elephant Man" presented by the Cape Beebe Medical Center Au> iliary;s annual holida~ American I~eglon Post 5 Ladies Auxiliary to host Discount Vaccination Day for dogs and cats, 9 to 11 High School Theater, Lewes. $5 for students and craft sale by the Arts and Q afts Committee, 9 a.~n. .Bar Bingo, ~to 4 p.m., 300 King Charles Ave., a.m. Doggies At The Beach. For information call . seniors, $10 general admission. For information call to 3 p.m. east lobby of Bee e Med ca Center Rehoboth. ~or more information, call 227-8999. 302-644-8200 or go to - " 302-645-7711. Savannah Rd., Lewes. ' American Legion Post 5 to host Louie's of Christmas season babysiti ins at Epworth Churl:h, Rehoboth qhe~sesteak Night, B to 8 p.m., 300 King Christmas Tour of Lewes benefiting the Lewes MONDAY, DEC, 5 6 to 9 p.m., Holland Glade Rd. All ages welcomeI Charles Av~., R~hoboth. Half-pound steak on 9-inch Historical Society, 10 a.rn. to 4 p.m. Tour of eight Monday Funday, 4 p.m., Rehoboth Beach Library. A Fee is $5 an hour per child.Fundraising will help roll with fries for $7. For more information, call 227- private homes, the society's museums, Col. David different and unique craft each week for elementary EpworthPeace In the Comrfiunity members atter~d 8999. | Hall DAR Chapter and the Zwaanendael Club. students. Idearfor ages 7-12. ' , this year's youth rally. Foi i~formation or to resolve 36th annual Christmas in Bridgeville Craft Show, Advance tickets are $15, $20 at the door. Call 302- - Preschool story time, 11 a.m. Rehoboth Beach call Maria Edgerton at 302-~28-3979 or email St., Bridgevllle. Over 60 Vendors selling a large 645-7670 or email Library. Stories and a story-related craft for ages 3-5. medgertn@epwrth-rehIth'cm' / 9 a.m. to 3 ]]).mt, Woodbridge High School, 307 Laws 645-7670, Ext. 12 for tickets. For information, call 28th annual Caroling on The Circle event, 6:30 Sussex Central's Take Tw(~ Dram~ Club to pres~ent assortmentlof I~andmade holiday gift items. For People's Place Choral Breakfast,8 to 11 a.m .... p.m., downtown Georgetown. In the case of rain or "Season's Giggles Comedy Club," ~to 8:30 p.m., informationI contact Mike or Joanne Collison at 302- Milford Senior center. All-you-can-eat. $6 for adults, Centre for Visual and Perfolming ~rts at Sussex 337-7784. / $3 for children 3-12, free for children under 3. For snowBedfordWilIst.beFormOVediflformation,inside hall On South Central High School. TickeB are $8 for general Millsboro I~hr~stmas Parade, 10 a.m., line-up at entertainment only, admission is $3. For tickets or admission; $5 for students,leniors and military. IFor M&T Bank, IMitchell St. Theme is What I Want for more information, call Claudia at 422-8033, Ext. 198. Free program, Wellness Resolution, 10 a.m., 1894~ ' information call 934-3166, EExt. 32q~ or email, Christmas. ~p~lications are available at the chamber Tickets available at the door John J. Williams Hwy., Suite 312, Rehoboth. Jo, office For ir~forlmation, call 302-934-6777 or email Dinner to benefit UMCOR Fair Trade program, 5 Wilkins will tedch tips to help gain success in attaining health goals Register by calling 645-915~@,{ Delaware Hospice Lunch Bunch qecture to disc~uss millsbr@lntlrcm' ' pim., Conley's United Methodist Church, 33106 For information, go to Managing Sibling ConflictsWhile ~aring for Agir~g Tour Zwaai~en#ael Museum, t0 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Jolyns Way, Lewes. For more information on the Parents, noon to 1:30 p.m. al tl]e D~laware Hosplce program, http://new.gbgm- Society's Cl~rislmas Tour of Lewes. Learn about Tickets are Ad Hoc Reader Theatre to read Noel Coward's _ Center, 100 Patriots Way, ~ilford. Held in conlun~tion with the Lewes Historical tickets and information, contact Elizabeth Marshall Laurel Rd., Georgetown. Call 302-856-3640. 51st annual Selbyville Christmas Parade, 7 p.r~., Delaware's IDulch heritage. $8 for adults, $5 for children 10 and under. For "Private Lives," 7 p.m., Possum Point Theatre, Old starts and finishes on Churdh St., downtown Lewes YacM (~lub to host its annual Holiday Craft at 302-542-8703 or, Selbyville. Registration for~i are a~ailable at Fair and Lur~ch~on, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.'Baked goods, contact {he church office at 302-945-1881 or go to . D~C. ~-~ ., ~t the I~formatioh Center artwork, ho~e d~cor, holiday items, clothing and " Event to benefit local animal shelters. on Coastal Hwy., Fenwick Island; Grat SelbyvilieI more. Luncl~eo) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; soups "The Elephant Man" presented by the Cape 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Ruby Tuesday, 945 N. Town Hall. No cost to ~egistF a flo~at. For more sandwiches~, salads, and assorted desserts, $10. All information, contact Helen Barnab), at 302-539t 2100,.Ext. 16. are welcomed. F~)r information, call Peggy Kernehan Henlopen Theatre Academy, 2 and 8 p.m, Cape DuPont Blvd:, Milford. For information at 302-64516214. Henlopen High School Theater, Lewes. $5 for call 302-424-1504. students and seniors, $10 general admission. For Thompson Island guided hike, 9:~30 to 11:30 a.rp., .8Oth annual L~wes Christmas Parade, 5 p.m., information call 302-645-7711. TUESDAY, DEC, 6 meet at Indian River Life-Sa~ing Station Museurr]. $5 begins on Slavalnnah Rd. in front of old Lewes School. per person: Preregistration lequire~; call 302-22~- St. Jude's Fundraising Committee to host St. The Brittin~har~ family, owners of Lewes Dairy, will DelMarVa Model Railroad Club to host 26th Nicholas Day, 11 a.m. to 8 6991. ' ' " / ~" ends in frorlt o~ King's Ice Cream Shop on Second St SUNDAY, DEC, 4 Annual Christmas Bazaar ~ Buff#t Breakfast, be the honc~rad/grand marshals for the parade this Anniversary Holiday Train Show, Open House, and p.m., Greene Turtle in year. For m(~re Information, go to Sale noon to 5 p.m. DelMarVa Model Railroad Club Lewes.. Children 12 and Christian8:30 a.m. st.t noon,RehobothCapeBea~:h.He~lopenSeniOrBre~kfast $7.Center111For WwwJewesfhamber'cm' 103 I:. State St., Delmar, 2nd floor of Camelot Hall. "' under eat free. more information, ca 1302-127-2OJ55. Sussex Col~nt~r Alumnae Chapter to host Designer Free and open to the public For information, contact DJ & Karaoke with sherman, 7 p.m., American Handbag A~cti~on and Luncheon, noon to 4 p.m., Grog Coughlin at 302-536-1418 or Tot time, 2 p.m., Legion Post 27, Lewes. $7 dlnners from 5 to 8 p.r i.. Epworth Ur~ited Methodist Church, 192285 Hollanc scalelike, or go to Rehoboth Beach Call 302-645-9965 for mort inforrnation. " Glade Rd., I~eh~)both Beach. Donation is $25 per . Library. Stories, ~[ person. Forlinformation, call 302-227-8738 or 302- music, "The Elephant Man" presented by" the Cape 226-0645.1. Stuff the Van'Holiday Pet Supply Drive, 8 a.m. to movement for Henlopen Theatre Academ~, 8 p.~., Cape Henlol en 6 p.m., Concord PetFoods & Supplies, Rehoboth " ages 1-3. High School Theatre, Lewes. $5 fo~ students and DelMarVa ~o~lel Railroad Club to host 26th Beach. Donate food, treats, and other supplies to the Preschool Anniversar~ Holiday Train Show, Open House, and dogs and cats of the Delaware SPCA. Call 226- seni()rs, $10 general admission. Fo~ information ( all story time & craft, 302-645-7711. . Sale, 11 a.m_] to 5 p.m., DelMarVa Model Railroad 2300. " " 10:30 a.m. Club, 103 E.] State St. Delmar, 2nd floor of Camelot Possums' Christmas Hit Parade, 2 p.m., z~41 Old Lewes Scene Around Milton final show, B to 7 p.m., ga lery Hall. Free a~d @on to the public. For information. Laurel Rd, Georgetown. The cast will perform the Public at Milton Historical Society, Union Street, downt )wn contact GrOg Coughlin at 302-536-1418 or 20 most loved Christmas songs as voted on b'y fans Library. Milton. Teriy-PIowman, fouPder, editor and publi ;her scalelike_in]d@l;, or go to