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Christmas in Odessa offers festivities, house tour on Dec. 4 The 35th annual Christmas in Odessa families. : . : _ a horse drawn Victorian Studebaker surrey willbe celebrated Saturday, Dec. 4. The Celebration includes many special will::be available for rides through town. 'One day each year, this historic little events and activities including a Christmas The Newark;Fife & Drum Corps will be town open its doors and invites the commu- Craft Shop, an antique show and sale, performing as they parade through down- nityto visit. The 18th and I9th century re, Christmas e0ncerts by :the 287th Army- town. All special events are included in the stored houses will be decorated for the hol- Bad, and thtFirst State. Bell Ringers, and ticket price, though no tickets are necessary idays and self-guided and candlelight tours I "earolson the il0-year-old restored organ at to visit the Craft shop or the greens sale. wilLallow visitors to explore at their Own Old SaintiPaul's Church, ' Food will be available throughout the day. , At each home, guides will share the "  Thee will also be a sale of freshiy cut Daytime tours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. history of the house and the story of its greens suitable :for holiday decorating, and Candlelight tours are from 4 to 9 p.m. Tick- 00bott's Mill offers holiday crafting gatherings in December Abbott's Mill Nature Center in Milford has two upcoming pro- grams that focus on fun for fami- lies. Preregistration is required at least five days prior to the pro- gram by calling the center at 422- 0847. Holiday Scavenger Hunt & Folksong Fest, 2 to 4 p.m., Sun- day, Dec. 5. The woods around Abbott's Mill and its inhabitants are dormant now, but there's plen- ty of live greens - pine, cedar, hol- ly, bayberry, turkeybeard, crow's foot and mistletoe - to beautify the area. Participants will embark on a holiday scavenger hunt to un- er marvels. The afternoon will be rounded off with interactive st ties and seasonal folk.songs led by well known artist Jackie La Guardia McCabe. Cookies and cocoa will cut the chill and cap- ture the festive spirit. Christmas Crafting Together, coverex, ergreen treasures and oth-  2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Dec.: 12. South Coastal Lib00 offe00g children's programs The South Coastal Library is of- feting program and projects to the kids busy during this holiday sea- son. Registration is not necessary this month, but there is an 'admit- tance fee' of pet food fdr the pro- gram on Dec. 15. Everyone is wel- come to come and support the ani- mal of his or her choice. Movies Continued from page 81 signed to host Happy:s Little Miss Fresh Squeezed beauty con- test, the couple enjoys their new- found celebrity status and uses their skills as con men to dupe the town. Rated PG- 13. The Insider: Somewhat controversial story of former to- bacco executive turned whistle- blower Jeffrey Wingand and his dealings with "60 Minutes." Rat- ed R. The Bone Collector: A quadriplegic homicide detective, played by Denzel Washington, teams with his female partner to track down a killer. Judging from the film's trailer, "Bone Collec- tor" features strong violent con- tent and some pretty grisly im- ages. Rated R. House on Haunted Hill: Remake of a 1958 Vincent Price film in which five souls ire of- fered a million dollars to spend the night in a haunted house. Stars Geoffrey Rush and Peter Gallagher. Rated R. The Sixth Sense: Haley Joel Osment (young Forrest Gump) is Cole. a young boy who can sense dead spirits around him. Intense. violent images fill his head as Bruce Willis is charged with the task of helping him cope with his "gift." Rated PG- 13. World Is Not Enough: The lastest, and some say the best, 007 James Bond installation. Denise Richards takes a turn as a vixen and Pierce Brosnan is ever im- peccible and unflappable. Rated R. ets are $10 for each tour. Combination tick- ets, which include both tours, are $15. Tick- ets may be purchased on the day of the event at PNC Bank, 2nd and Main Street, in Odessa. Bus groups should make advance arrangements. For more information, call 302-378-4900 and leave a message. Profits from Christmas in Odessa are used for phil- anthropic activities. "Lewes" Best Kept Secret" HOME COOKED FOOD FAMILY DINING ........... i%*!#i;%i MONDAY Pancakes & Bacon ......... . .$2,;,i TUESDAY :iii .: 2 -2-2: 2 Eggs, 2 Pancakes, Bacon $2.!!!i!'; WEDNESDAY , Fren Toast & Sausage ...... .$i79!;ji!i  ::: THURSDAY :i: i i i 2r2:2 Egg 2 Pancakes, B.acon,:i iii00i00'O o i00ii EXTRAORDINARY, FINE DINING IN AN ELEGANT VICTORIAN SETTING SERVING LUNCH, DINNER AND SUNDAY BRUNCH Daily Special Hotline: 822-FOOD (3663) 329 Savannah Road Lewes (1/2 block east of Lewes Fire Hall) 645-2327--- Ring in the holidays,,. ...g Lth a Buttery Christmas Our new home is the perfect place for a spectacular party. We'll make sure everything is taken care of so you can sit back & relax. Call today to schedule your best party ever. Reservations Suggested 645-7755 The Buttery Restaurant & Bar 2nd Street & Savannah Road Lewes, DE Closed Mondays Toddler Tin for children ages Dec. 15 Gingerbread! Gin- 0 to , is from 10 to 10:30 a.m., gerbread! .... :/. Weddays; Preschool Time, for * Dec. 22 - Merry ChfistmasV kids 3to 6fottows from 10:30 to Dec. 29 - I Love Grandmaiand 11 a., Wednesdays, and acom- Grandpa ,:i binedl program is offered from Tnake Five is a programi lO:30to 11 a,m., Sattrdays. Tb_- dmages7 andip_.'. ps includ:f,6t"i5 p:'"m;,i: . 8, Steeiime ......  days.  i '" ':i i :i* d of Days: Coming out of cal film that features:-special , ENTERTAINMENT NId'ITI.YAT LONG MF_.CK ajmscd film hiatus, Arnold fects by the frame, xp|osi Rehoboth 302-227-6700 * Long Neck $02-945-8900 Sctiarl!enegger blazes across , flame to flame and;i  ..................... ......... the ig screen in this:apocalypti- lore. Rated R, r:: , , .. A Christmas-y snack will be pro- vided. Children are welcome, but must be at least five years old and ac- companied by an adult. Abbott's Pond is located three miles west of Milford on Abbott'sPond Road off Route 36. Call for more details and fee information. Christmas is a time when the urge to make things, and with natural materials available, participants in this crafting session will create bears, ducklings, weasels, owls, raccoon and reindeer. Prototypes of these critters, as made by the Brandywine River Museum's vol- unteer staff will serve as guides.