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December 6, 2002

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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 6 - Dec. 12, 2002 - 93 Third Edition to host &apos;Messiah' fundraiser Dec. 15 in Rehoboth Beach The Third Edition Restaurant will host a fundraiser following the Southern Delaware Choral Society's (SDCS) Christmas con- cert of Georg Frederick Handel's "Christmas Messiah" at 3 p.m., on Sunday, Dec. 15 at the Rehoboth Convention Center Following the concert, perform- ers and concertgoers are invited to attend a choral society fund-raiser at the restaurant located at 50 Lake Ave., directly behind the convention center. Chef Ian is preparing a special menu and will donate 25 percent of the proceeds to SDCS. "We are delighted and grateful for the support of Third Edition Restaurant and look forward to seeing everyone there," said SD- CS executive director Elizabeth Hochholzer. Guest soloists contralto Kelly Ann Erickson, soprano Rebecca Hale, bass soloist Gerald Birl and tenor Matthew Pressley join the more than 80 voice choir, which was founded 16 years ago and presents a selection of contempo- rary and classical choral music in sold out concerts at Christmas and in the spring. "We are selling tickets very quickly again this year," said Hochholzer, "so I urge anyone wanting to attend to call right away." "This concert will be very in- spirational for not only the classi- cal Christmas music but because of our wonderful guest stars and the fact that we have added almost 20 new voices," said director David Miller of Seaford. The "Messiah" was written in three parts, explained Miller, one dedicated to Christmas, one to Holy Week and the last to Easter. Portions of all three sections are included in this performance, with the Christmas portion presented in its entirety. For reservations at the Third Edition Restaurant call 227-6121. Reservations should be made by Friday, Dec. 13. A concert pro- gram must be presented for pur- poses of identification. Tickets for the concert are $I 5 and $10 for students. Doors for the performance open at 2:15 p.m. For tickets or more information call 875-7776 or 856- 7223. Delaware horal Society to present' 31oria' Dec. 7 The Delaware Choral Society cat." Organized in 1957 to sing Han- will present its Winter Concert at Tickets for the concert are $10 del's "Messiah," the Choral Soci- 7:30 p.m., Friday, Dec. 6, at for general admission and $8 for ety has since expanded its reper- Grace Presbyterian Church, 350 students and senior citizens. Tick- toire to include the works of Ha- McKee Road, Dover, and again at ets may be purchased from any dyn, Mozart and Brahms, as well 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 7, at As- Delaware Choral Society member as the works of other significant bury United Methodist Church, or at the door the day of the con- composers from the Renaissance 24 West Mount Vernon Street, cert. to the present. Smyrna. The Delaware Choral Society For more information, Call 302- The chorus will sing Puccini's brings the music of the great com- 678-1603 or 302-653-7853, or "Gloria" and "Magnificat" and posers to Dover and its surround- visit its website at www.geoci- Vivaldi's "Gloria" and "Magnifi- ing communities, Christmas in Odessa Dec. 7 a Delaware tradition The 38th Christmas in Odessa The tour includes many special Dec. 7 at the Old Academy, 4th house tour will take place Satur- events and activities, including a and Main Streets, beginning at day, Dec. 7. One day each year, Christmas craft shop, an antique 9:30 a.m. For convenience, bus Odessa residents open their doors show and sale, two Christmas groups may make advance and invite you to visit. These concerts by the First State Bell arrangements. homes are restored lgth and 19th Ringers, and carols on the 110- For more information, call 302- century houses and have been year-old restored tracker organ at 378-4900 or visit the website, decorated for the holidays. About Old Saint Paul's Church. 10 private residences and five Freshly cut greens for holiday public buildings will be open. decorating will be on sale. A Self-guided daytime and candle- horse drawn Victorian Studebaker light tours allow visitors to ex- surrey will offer rides up and plore at their own pace. Guides down Main Street. All special will share the history of the hous- events are included in the ticket- es, along with the story of their price of $15 for adults and $5 for families. The tour is open from 10 children. Refreshments will be a.m. until 8 p.m.; candlelight available throughout the day. hours are 3 to 8 p.m. Tickets may be purchased on Candlelight home tour set at Bear Trap Dunes d f f-,4" . ...r/.O/,ti,ta. [D in i'/'/g,,, c_ _ A Candlelight Holiday Home Tour will be held at Bear Trap Dunes iYt Vctorzn lEgance Sunday, Dec. 8, from 4 to 7 p.m. Everyone is invited to see how neighbors at the Village at Bear Trap Dunes decorate their homes for the holiday season, and bid on raffle items in the silent auction. Admission is $10 per person. Proceeds will benefit Interfaith Mis- sion of Sussex County. For information, call 537-6371. C.lO'e,' Christmas is coming! So join us in Victoria's, Stoney amf treat yourseff to the gift of oceanfront dining in the warmth andcharm 21Sl , 21 Splll of our twinktng holiday displays. .... ' ...............  ............... ""G/ft certificates available far that specialgifi!""  Codb227-0615 Victoria's is located ... 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