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92 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 6 - Dec. 12, 2002 tickets will be sold for several Grimm's fairy tale, "Hansel and Santa to meet kids at his Lewes home Lewes 00a.+o items wi,, + Oret+ O++roa00 ovo00os + Santa+ a+un+ his 00ors + home 00o00ont o+ played in the new welcome cen- warmth and aromatic smells of Citizens Bank on Second Street. Kids are welcome to pay a call to San- ter. Parking is plentiful in the lot the holiday season. The many ta Claus during the following times: 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, Dee. 13 and 20, Continued from page 91 that adjoins Franklin Avenue, designs and styles of decorated $15 the day of the event and can gingerbread men and houses Thursday, Dec. 19, and Monday, Dec. 23; and from 1 to 3 p.m. and 5 to be purchased at the following St. Peter's Women to serve makes a contest appropriate and 7 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 14 and 21. locations in Lewes: The Lewes hot soup, rolls Dec, 7 fun, and all things gingerbread Chamber of Commerce and The -St. Peter's Episcopal will be.celebrated at this inaugu- Second Street Players sets 'Company' auditions Zwaanendael Museum on Kings Church Women (ECW) in Lewes ral festival. Second Street Players will conduct auditions for the Stephen Sond- Highway; Habersham Peddlers,. will serve hot vegetable soup and Special events will include the beim musical, "Company," on Sunday, Dec. 8, and Tuesday, Dec. 10. Traders, and Schellengers on rolls to'the hungry crowds who following: Both auditions are at 7 p.m. in the players' Riverfront Theatre, 2 S. Second Street; and Browseabout will participate in the Christmas A decorating contest for gin- Walnut St., downtown Milford. Eddie Cohee is director. Books in Rehoboth Beach. Tour of Lewes, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., gerbread man cookies and houses. Those auditioning should prepare a musical selection and bring sheet Tickets will be available the in the parish hall of the church. Submissions should be brought to music, tape or CD for accompaniment. The cast requires eight women day of the tour at the Ellegood The cost is $5. the shop prior to Dec. 7 for judg- and six men, ages 18 and up. Show dates are Saturday, Feb. 22, Annual House at the Historic Complex The event will provide a sub- ing. Contestants should call 645- Trustees Dinner Theatre Gala, and March 7, 8, 9, 14, 15 and 16. (Shipcarpenter & Third streets) stantial part of the $8,000 or more 4849 for contest rules and details. For information on auditions or production crew positions, call 422- and at the Ryves Holt House on that the ECW uses to fund its Entries will be judged and six 0220. The group is supported in part by the Delaware Division of the the comer of Second and many charities. More than 40 gal- prizes awarded, and will be on Arts, the City of Milford, Sussex County Council, Discover Bank and Mulberry Streets. The tour is one lons of soup were devoured last display through Dec. 15. County Bank. of the Society's largest fundrais- year along with the same number A raffle for a gingerbread boy ing functions and all proceeds of cakes and 16 gallons of cider, and girl doll. Tickets are $1 each support the preservation of the In all, more than 400 persons and proceeds will go to various society's historic houses as well were served. The women will also charities. Raffle tickets will be on .... as benefit its educational pro- offer a raffle of two cheer baskets, sale beginning Nov. 29 at the gramming. Raffle tickets are $1 each and may shop. be purchased at the church office Gingerbread history lecture Lewes Presbyterian Church or at the door. and discussion -will be held at planning bazaar Dec. 7 12:30 and 2:30 p.m. I I I I Il The Lewes Presbyterian Inaugural gingerbread Door prizes including two i 1  T" Church, 133.Kings Highway, will festival slated Dec. 8 giant gingerbread man cookies, host its annual Christmas Bazaar, Families and hobbyists interest- gingerbread merchandise and 10 a.m. to,4 p.m., Saturday, Dec. ed in gingerbread cookies and nine gingerbread man minicakes 510"10 ttlam O' | 7, in conjunction with the annual gingerbread houses will enjoy the will be awarded. :  1   lint lteioboth ltes oh, Di Christmas Tour of Lewes. first Gingerbread Festival and Children will enjoy readings I 1; l  I0 lklltltll'atllll  I The bazaar will be held in the Contest celebrating the holiday from Jan Brett's "Gingerbread newly-renovated social hall and favorites: gingerbread men cook- Baby," receive coloring sheets hours of the new construction will ies, gingerbread houses and tradi- and decrate their wn ginger" ! Oj'!IS[IIIOJj)ESS i be provided for interested visi- tional gingerbread. The event will bread man cookie. tors. The sanctuary will also be be held from noon to 4 p.m., Gingerbread recipes, holiday open and decorated for the sea- Sunday, Dec. 8, at Down by the decorating ideas and craft how- | son, Bay, located on Second and to'swill b e available. . t0tf'['jjLtQt  I A light lunch of hot dogs, chips Market Streets in Lewes. For more information, call and sodas will be available. Gingerbread dates to olden Down by the Bay, a coastal d6eor I l, S0 " Several tables will provide items times, but the colorfully decorfit- and gift specialty shop, at 645- I for sale, such as crafts, greens, ed gingerbread houses so popular 4849. The store is open daily from " baked goods, beach plum jelly at the holidays comes from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with extended | 12[PJIUI"tt 13 0n no otl.d.met ,1 and almost-new items. Raffle - ...... holiday hours, a -- -- i m 1 ---- --- am I DOVER jt41.f.,jeL.,,e,j,,I, *Dover Downs Slots: Route OtUJJpl !1 113. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 6- 7 - Starlites (Garden car6) and Joe Continued from page 91 Hoffman (Lobby Bar); Sunday, Kwolek; Thursday, Dec. 12 - Tin Dec. 8 - Starlites (Garden Caf); Pan Alley; Saturday, Dec. 14 - Thursday, Dec. 12 - On the Edge; Collective; Thursday, Dec. 19 - Dec. 13-15 - Nightfever. For The Interns. For information, call information, ca111-800-711-5882 227-3888. or 302-674-RACE. ,c?'t*,, Monday Night is t#t--,,et, ;.,a.,Brunch Burger Night $1 Mimosas & Bloody Marys Any Burger $4.99 IS BURGER +4.99 DRAFTS Wed., Fri.-& Sat. I . I I TRY OUR SUNDAY SUPPER MENU 4-8.00 PM I" LIVE DJ I I ,= - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -. - -- a HAPPY HOUR DAILY 4- 7 Free Wings On Fr/day at the Ban I www.capegazette.com I LUNCH " DINNER * LATE NIGHT