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I 18 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6 - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8,2011 DEC. 6-8 Event to benefit local anima shelters. 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Ruby Tuesday, 945 N. DuPont Blvd.. Milford. For information call 302-424-1504. TUESDAY, DEC. 6 St. Jude's Fundraising Committee to host St. Nicholas Day,11 a.m. to 8 p,m., Greene Turtle in Lewes. Events inc ude 50/50, Christmas sing-along and children ages 12 and under eat free. Tot time, 2 p.m. Renoboth Beach Library. Stories. music, and movement for ages 1-3. Preschool story time & craft, 10:30 a.m., Lewes Public Library. Children's librarian Maureen Miller reaas stories and conducts crafts, Rehoboth Beach Hometown Christmas Parade sponsored by the Rehoboth Beach Vol. Fire Co., 6:30 to 8 &m. For information email tower86@yahoo.corn or call 302-227-8950, Ext, 6. Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition Peer Mentor Training, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. Rehoboth Beach Hampton Inn Hotel. 18826 Coastal Hwy. Light dinner will be provided. No experience necessary. Registration required: cal 302-644-6844 or email choldridge@debreastcancer, org. For information, go to www.deDreastcancer.org. Presentation, Disaster Preparedness by Carl Davis Sussex County Citizen Corps, 6 p.m., Milton Public Library, 121 Union St. Free and ooen to the 3ublic. For information, call 302-684-8856 or go to www, milton.lib.de.us. Recent Reads, 2:30 to 4 p.m.. Rehoboth Beach Public Library, 226 Rehoboth Ave. For information or to sign up, contact Marge LaFond at 227-8044 Program, "The Navy at Cape HenloDen: A Century of Service," 6 o.m.. Rehoboth Beach Public Library. Program will be presented by William H.,, Manthorne. Jr: commemorates the oresence of the U.S. Navy on Cape Henlopen from 1898 to 1996, For information or to register for the program, call the library at 302-227-8044 or go to www.rehobothlibra ry.org. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7 Socrates CaM meeting, 1:30-3 P.m.. Rehoboth Beach Public Library. Pooular discussion group dealing with philosoohical, existential tooics. AI welcome. For details, email Dr. Renato R. Be J at RRBPHD@aoI.com Metropolitan Community Church of Rehobmn fundraiser, 5 to 8 o.m., Nicola Pizza. 8 N. First St.. Rehoboth. Money to benefit building of church on Plantation Rd. Beebe Medical Center Auxiliary Ways and Means Committee Leather Sale. 7 a.m. to 4 &m Beebe Medical Center Cardiovascular Waiting Area. Literacy Education Assistance Pups, 6 to 7 p.m.. Rehoboth Beach Public Library. By reading [o .specially trained dogs, children can imorove their reading skills in a fun. stress-free environment. For information call 302-227-8044. Toddler story time & craft, 10:30 a.m.. Lewes Public Library. Children's librarian Ma Jreen Miller reads stories and conducts crafts. Event suitable for infants and toddlers: Afternoon Jackpot Bingo, doors open at 12:30 p.m., early bird games begin at 1:30 p.m., regular games begin at 2 p.m., Cape HenloDen Senior Center. 11 Christian St.. Rehoboth. $20; includes one game pack, three specials, one slice of pizza hot oog, dessert, and beverage. Red Hats and Friends Christmas Party, noon, 1776 Restaurant. Midway, Rehoboth. Favors, 50/50 drawing, Chinese auction. Call 302-542-4630 for reservations. Presentation, Guadalupe and Recent Marian Apparitions, What is God's Mother Saying?, 7 to 9 p.m.. Parish Life Center, St. Jude the Apostle Church. 152 Tulip Drive, Lewes. Presented by Dr. Alfred Hanley. a St, Jude parishioner and retired orofessor from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. i Milton Christmas Parade, 7:30 o.m.. starts at Milton VFW. For more information or to registe~ [ne fire department at 302-684-8500. Little Keepers: Animals in Winter, 10 a.m.. n( River Life-Saving Station. Delaware Seashore St Park. Targeted for 3-5-year-olds. $3 per child, al materials included. For information, go to www.destateparks.com or call 302-227-6991, Spanish Conversation Group, 2 p.m.. Lewes Library, Free Write, 6 p.m.. Lewes Public Library. Rehob Beach Writers' Guild sponsors this free writing worKsno.3, Natural Selections Book Club, 6:30 p.m., Lew{ Public Library. Book for this month is "The Immc Life of Henrietta Lacks" by Rebecca SHoot. THURSDAY, DEC. 8 NARFE Chapter 1630 meeting, 11:30 a.m.. 177 Restaurant. Midway Shopping Center. For information and to RSVP call 302-430-7689. Santa and the Lewes Fire Department to visi neighborhoods adjacent to the north side of Rts and 9 east of Coo Spring Rd.. including Dor mal and Beaver Dam Rd. and neignborhoods off Mir Conaway Rd. Approximate time is 6:30 to 8:30 Presentation, Disaster Preparedness by Car Davis. Sussex County Citizen Corps, 11 a.rn.. Mili PuNic Library, 121 Union St. Free and open to th~ 3ublic. For information, ca[] 302-684-8856 or g www.milton.lib.de.us. Free mammograms for qualifying women. 5 to 3,m., Tunnell Cancer Center. Rt. 24, Rehoboth Bc ~reregistration required; call 302-645-3100, Ext 2718 or 302-645-3169. Single Seniors Beach Club lunch. 12:30 p.m., S Diner. Harris Teeter shopping center, Rt. 24. For information. call Judy Bryan at 684-5107. New York Times Notable Books Group to disc "Cleopatra" by Stacy Schiff. 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. South Coastal Library. For information, ca Virgi at 302-539-4969. Lois at 302-537-2906. or Ani 302-537-6353. DEC. 840 Clear Space Theatre Company to present "Scrooge!," 7 p.m.. 20 Baltimore Ave., Rehobotb Beach. For information, go to www.clearsDacetheatre.org or call 302-227-227, DEC. 940 Millsboro Lions Club Fritter Shack will be ope from 10 a m. to 6 D.m., Fridays, ana 10 a.m. to 2 or Jntil sold out. Saturclays. at the PNC Bank pat lot. Main Street, Millshoro. For sale are oyster fritters, soft shell crab sandwiches, hot dogs, so, and water. For more information cal Secretary Rogers. 302-238-7077. Possums' Christmas Hit Parade, 8 D.m.. 441 O Laurel Rd.. Georgetown. The cast wil 3erform t[ 20 most loved Christmas songs as voted on by 1 last December and January. Tickets $20, $19 for seniors and students. For more information, go www.possumpoint players.org, DEC. 941 Victorian Christmas at the Ross Mansion, Seaford. Tours of the mansion, unique nanomac gifts available for purchase, ana more. Refreshm will be served. No charge; donations welcome. F more information, call 302-628-9828. FRIDAY, DEC. 9 Insight Meditation Community of Lewes talk, Support for the Practice - On and off the MedEa Cushion, 7:30 to 9 p.m., St. Peters' Parish Hall, Second ana Mulberry sts., Lewes. Suggesteo donation is $5. For information call 644-0314 o email katnrynph@aol.com. Preschool story time, 2 p.m.. Rehoboth Beach Library. Stories and a fun story-related craft for 3-5. call ]n e 91ic th _~4 Rd )S 3.m. )n to 7:30 ~ch. uss nia at m. :ing a, itch "IS ts r ion es Blooming Boutique, 107 Second St., Lewes. to host charity shopping event. 5 to 8 p.m. to benefit Sussex County Cancer Survivors Fund for Patients Special Needs Fund at the Tunnell Cancer Center, Store wil donate 25 percent of the sales to the charity. Free gift wrapping, ight refreshments. Christmas season babysitting at Epworth Church 6 to 9 p.m., Holland Glade Rc AI ages welcome. Fee is $5 an hour per child Fundraising will help Epworth Peace in the Community members attend this year's youth rally. For information or to reserve call Maria Edgerton at 302-228-3979 or emai[ medgerton@epworth-rehoboth.com Garden Club of Millsboro to meet. 10 a.m. Civic Center. 322 Wilson Hwy., to go on field trip to The Enchanted Tea Room in Berlin. Md. For information call 934-1590.or~nail dcortelyou@mchsi.com. Christmas Long Neck Style, 6:30 to 8:30 3.m.. Holly Lake Campgrouna, Route 24. Festivities to include Santa and Mrs. Claus. elves, hayrides, bonfires, ive entertainment, snacks and games. Donation of canned goods and/or unwrapped toys for special friends in need. Delaware Hospice to nos~ annual Festiva of Trees fundraiser Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. Tree soonsors and talented artisans and crafters are invited to participate. Anyone interested in participating can contact Peggy Dolby at 302-856- 7717 or pdoiby ~delawarehospice.org. For more information about the festival or Delaware HosDice, go to www.delawarehospice.org. Full Moon Hike on Burton Island Nature Preserve 6 p.m.. meet at the Indian River Life-Saving Station Wear shoes that can get muddy. No flashlights. $4 per person, Preregistration required: call 302-227- 6991. SATURDAY, DEC. 10 French Table, an informal group, will get tngeth?r for Dutch treat lunch, noon, Abbott's Gril Milford. To participate call 226-0620. Insight Meditation Community of Lewes retreat/workshoD, 9 a.m. to noon, St. Peter's Parish Hall Second and Mulberry sts. Program is facilitateC Dy members of the MC-L Sangna and will include sitting and walking meditation, listening ana walking meditation, anarma talk and group discussion. For information call 644-0314 or email kati~rynph@aol.com. Annual Christmas dinner, 11:30 a.m.. St. George AME Church. 317 Park Ave., Lewes. The Rev. Gerald Hesson, pastor, welcomes the public. Chicken & dumplings, oyster fritters, barbecue sBare ribs and more. Benefits Women's Day. For more information. call 645-5413. Rehoboth Beach Yoga to offer free introductory SvarooDa yoga class, 4 p,m.. 20245 Bay Vista Rd.. Unit 101, Rehobotk For information call 226-7646 or emai rehoyoga@verizon.net, American Legion Post 5 Ladies Auxiliary to host Bar Bingo, 2 to 4 p.m, 300 King Charles Ave.. Rehoboth. For more information, call 227-8999. The Riders of American Legion Post 5 to host fundraiser serving fried clams or fried chicken stri 3s with fries and cole slaw. 5 to 8 o.m, 300 King Charles Ave.. Rehoboth. $8. For more information. call 227-8999. Sweet Endings: 18th Century Desserts, 2 3.m.. Zwaanendael Museum, Lewes. Part of Savory Sussex. Historic site interpreter Barbara Carrow from the John Dickinson Plantation will discuss 18th century cuisine: Milton Holiday House Tour and Holly Festival. 3:30 [o 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $12 in advance. $15 at tl~e door. Tickets can be purchased at Antiques in Milton. 109 Union St. and at the Holly Festival in the Milton Fire House from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. John Milton Memorial Celebration of Poets and Poetry, 12:30- p.m., Milton library, 121 Union St :or information call Shelley at 215-287-4826. Southern Delaware Choral Society concert, 3 p.m.. Cane HenloDen High School Tickets are available at Browseabout Books in Rehoboth and Puzzles in .I Cape Gazette Lewes or online at www.southerndelawarechoralsociety.org/tickets. Santa's House, 3 to 5 p.m.. %hoboth Boardwalk. Get pictL re taken with Santa. No charge; donations appreciated. Bring camera. 3rd annual Cookie Walk. 9 a.m.. Epworth United Methodist Church, 19285 Holland Glade Rd.. Rehoboth Beach. Homemade cookies sold for $7 per ~ound. Pre-packaged cookie assortments and gift boxes of Fair Trade coffee and chocolate, For information, call 227-7743 or go to www.eDworth- "ehoboth.org. Festival of Trees, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Rehoboth 3each Convention Center 229 Rehoboth Ave. General admission. For information, go to www.delawarehosDice.org. Parents' Night Out, 4 to 8 p.m.. Indian River Life- Saving Station, Delaware Seashore State Park. Enjoy a date n ght or holiday shopping while staff watches the children. $15 per child, ages 6 and up. Preregistration req Jired: call 302-227-6991. Guided museum tour, 11 a.m.. Indian River Life- Saving Statior Delaware Seashore State Part $5 per oerson. Preregistration required; call 302-227- 6991. Third annual Operation Cookie Drop Off for U.S. trooos, noon to 4 p.m., American Legion Post 28, Rt. 24. Millsboro. Accepting baked goods, bubble wra and shipping donations. Package cookies in freezer- type bags or square tins/sma boxes. For information, contact Judy at 302-841-4865. St. Jude the Apostle Church to present "Darkness Into Light" pageant, 7 p.m., Parish Life Center. Rt. 1. Free and open to the public, Breakfast with Santa fundraiser, seatings at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m., Annabella's _ewes. Seating s imited. Tickets $9 per child and $12 per adult if purchased in aovance. Tickets can oe ~)urchased at Annabella's or by calling 302-227-2242. Portion of Qroceeds will benefit Rehoboth Cooperative Preschool. Indian Mission United Methodist Church to host annual Christmas Bazaar. 6 P.m.. Nanticoke Indian Center. Millsboro. Light ainner available. Open to the public. For information, contact Leolga Wright at -945-O830 or Keetie Hopkins at 934-7779. Storytime forages 3 to 6, 10:30 a.m Rehoboth Beach Library. Guest reader Beth Joyner will brighten up day with wonderful stories. SUNDAY, DEC. 11 Free Christmas dinner for the community, 2 to 4 p.m., Millsboro Seventh Day Adv?ntist Church, 30007 Cordrey Rd., Millsboro. Soonsored Dy the Community Services Department. For information call 302-841-4606. Santa's House, 1 to 3 a.m.. Rehoboth Boardwalk. Get picture taken with Santa. No cha'ge: donations appreciated. Bring camera. Lewes Church of Christ to nost Christmas Party for tne Big Brothers Big Sisters organization, 4 p.m.. The Crossing, Rt, 1 and Oyster Rocks Road. Milton. For information, call 302- 841-7100 or email dawr @lccnow.com.