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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2010 83 The Festival of Trees to benefit Delaware Hospice will grace the halls of Delaware Technical & Community College's Carter Partnership Center Friday-Sun- day, Dec. 3-5, at the Owens Cam- pus on Route 18 west of George- town. This holiday event offers en- fully lighted trees. The gala is by reservation only;, tickets are $30 per person. For more informa- tion about tickets or any of the activities listed, call 855-2344. A basket bingo will be from 1 to 4 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 4, including a variety of Christmas items and original baskets and pottery. The Shoppe and Sweet Shoppe, and those created by the famous Delaware Hospice Craft Elves. For more information about Delaware Hospice's programs and services, upcoming events or employment opportunities, call 800-838-9800 or visit delaware- hospice.org. SUBMITTED PHOTO GENERAL ADMISSION HOURS to visit the Delaware Hospice Festival of Trees exhibit of trees and wreaths are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 4; and noon to 3 p.m., Sunday, Dec. S. Admission cost for the exhibit is $3 adults, $1 students. joyment for the entire family fee is $20 in advance and $25 at throughout its three days, and is the door. ] made possible by the efforts of The Jingle Jamboree family fun[ more than 100 volunteers and night will be held from 6 to 9 many-community sponsors, in- p.m., Saturday with dancing, II IA . .l "k cluding Silver Sponsor Bayhealth games and refreshments. Admis- Medical Center and Media Spon- sor Delaware Today. The gala and auctions will give guests the chance to fred unique gifts for someone special at the silent and live auction, with vol- unteer auctioneer Dave Wilson, as they enjoy an elegant evening sion is $10 per person, under 10 free. General admission hours to visit the exhibit of trees and wreaths are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sat- urday; and noon to 3 p.m., Sun- day. Admission cost for the ex- hibit is $3 adults, $1 students. Fd la/3- )Por g l 12/II - gneaR Ih, evie Band AMCe TO 6o , 8os USIc Guests will enjoy raffles and Friday, Dec. 3, amidst the beauti- " the items featured at the Gift Textile experts to give 17th Century embroidery by Do- lores Andrew, a member of.the demonstrations Dec. 11 National Academy of Join textile experts for lively Needlearts; and demonstrations discussions and demonstrations of spinning, weaving and bobbin from 10 a.m. to 3 p,m., Saturday, lace techniques. Attendees may Dec. U, at the Rehoboth Beach purchase lunch specials provid- Museum, 511 Rehoboth Ave. ed by Hamers Market. Reserva- tions are required by calling 227- The free program includes a lecture and demonstration on 7310. tu 12/s- F.. B t.t 6 P, C,a Hapl Hour Jill Night 02 pt =. *3 rail l aoEe w/tqan Foot. ll Game i [~I| 12/6 : Re~ort Pol(er (Texas Holdem) 7 I~ .~ Hapl Horn" kll Night; ($2 pin=. $3 raft drinl ) Foot.baU Games Tm u/7- Pool Tou .t 7PM H.p Hou All N ht i 'i II1 1 la/a- 12/g - LIEE BAND - 8 TracR Flashbacl( 9 - BEER NraHT. $3.00 a, 7 beer, import iEicro. 8 m. 1 18766 John J Williams ~ Rehoboth Beach, DE(On Route 24 -. 100 yards off RL 1, on the right) 302-645-9911 www, grayharetavern.com