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74- CAPE GAZETI, Friday, December 11 - December 17, 1998 Rehoboth Art League sets- tint( r children&apos;s art Classes, Submitted photo 'On Murder's Eve' takes off on Queen Anne Railroad in Lewes Mr. Scrooge has decided to relocate his office on Christmas Eve to be open for business Christmas Day. Of course, he has made it mandatory that his staff will be working Christmas Eve to assist with the move. Tempers flare as his loyal, but abused, employees would rather be home with their loved ones. Join the cast of Footlight Productions aboard the Queen Anne's Railroad Murder Mystery Train for this tale of a modern-day Scrooge. The cast includes (l-r) Joe Scatturo, Ches Warrener, Amber Parks, Rick Lawrence, Keli Bailey, Tom Sweeny and Georgie Staley. Performance dates are Dec. 11, 18 and 20. Reservations are required. For tick- ets, call 644-1720. Rehoboth Film The Rehoboth Beach Film Soci- ety shouts "cut!" at its Thursday, Dec. 17, meeting after a success- ful first take on the inaugural Re- hoboth Beach Independent Film Festival. Dogfish Head Brewing and Eats will host the meeting upstairs at 7 p.m., at 320 Rehoboth Avenue. After a brief festival wrap up and a look into the future of the Film Society, a screening of the 1990 Tim Burton fantasy, "Ed- BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER Children's Continued from page 72 very important - the rhuman.on - nection," she added. The Children's Beach House al- so raffled off a giant chocolate Santa Claus and a chocolate An- gel Beanie Baby, both donated by the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. Margaret Colvin, Sussex Ele- mentary Consortium counselor and transition coordinator, won the Santa, which she took to her school for the students to enjoy. Andy Sprague, a fourth grader at H.O. Brittingham Elementary School in Lewes, won the Beanie Baby. The Children's Beach House made a point of thanking all of the donors of food and wine at the preview party, as well as those who donated silent auction gifts. They include All About Herbs, Applebee's, Atlantic Manage- ment, Auntie M's Emporium, Beach Bake Shoppe, Beach Tans & Hair Designs, Besche Furni- ture, Beebe Medical Center, Best Equipment, Best's Ace Hardware,. Betsy's, Books by the Bay, The Society sets meeting ward Scissorhands" will sharpen the spirits of society members in anticipation of the holiday season. The film, a mixture of fairy tale elements and social satire, runs 100 minutes and stars Johnny Depp as a manmade boy whose creator (Vincent Price) dies be- fore attaching human hands to his body. Dianne Wiest shines as the hy- per-cheery Avon Lady who adopts him into her suburban I for Dec. 17 home, and Winona Ryder plays his doe-eyed girlfriend. Depp is perfect as the fragile scissor-hand- - ed boy. Based on an idea from Burton's childhood, this film is loaded with charm and good humor. For more information on Re- hoboth Beach Film Society mem- bership or to volunteer for any of the 1999 festival events, call 226- 3744, or e-mail <beachrun @dmv.com>. Lewes artist Breck Stringer inspects the watercolors he had on display at the Children's Beach House Art Show and Sale this past weekend in Lewes. Book Cellar, Book Warehouse, The Buttery Restaurant, Carlton's Apparel, CasapuUa South, Christ- mas Spirit, Cinnamon Falls, Habersham Peddler Interiors, Harry & David, Hazzard Auto Re- pair, Holland Jewelers, Aunt Hoi- ly's Restaurant, House of Can- dies, Irish Eyes Pub & Restaurant, It's a Wonderful Loaf, The Jetty, Jewell's Antiques & Jewelry, Jiffy Lube, Jillian's Creative Hair Design, Joss, Kids' Ketch, Lamp Post Restaurant, La Rosa Negra Restaurant, Lavender Fields, Lenox, Lewes Lights, Lewes Printing, Starter, Stepping Ston e , Puzzles and Union Jack, Stuart Kingston Gallery, Susie K Shoppe, The Swan's Nest, Sylvia's Wicker & Candle Shoppe, 3 Brothers Pizza, Trad- er's Jewelry and Gifts, Twila Far- rell, Two Friends, Wearable Art, Webster Furniture, Windsor's, Wooden Indian, Wooding's Beach Deli, The Write Expression and Dorothy Ahem. Children can beat the winter blues by enrolling in the Rehoboth Art League's Saturday winter art classes. "Multimedia Art Studio for Youth" will be taught by certified K-12 art teacher Claudia Reese, on the following Saturdays: Jan. 9, 16, 23, and 30, and Feb. 6, 13, 20 and 27. The classes will meet in the Chambers Studio in the Rehoboth Art League. All sessions will include the fol- lowing two- and three-'dimension- al fine arts activities: ceramics, painting, drawing, and additive and subtractive sculpture of sever- al types. The hands-on art experiences will provide exposure to art histo- ry and various cultures. This will be enhanced by related music, visuals and conversation during the creative process. Individuality will be stressed rather than step-by-step instruc- tions. Creativity will be encouraged rather than the seeking of a specif- ic final product. All activities will be age-appro- priate and have a flexible level of skill required for success. A positive, exploratory atmos- phere will be maintained, coupled with as much art skill and knowl- edge training as the student de- sires. The cost is $10 for Art League members and $13 for nonmem- bers, per class, for 4- and 5-year- olds. The cost is $15 for members and $18 for nonmembers, per class, for 6- to 12-year-olds. Ages 4 and 5 meet from 10:15 to 11 a.m.; ages 6 to 7 meet from 11 a.m. to 12:15 a.m.; ages 8 to9 meet from 1 to 2:30 p.m. and ages 10 to 12 meet from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Classes are limited to 10 stu- dents, so it is important to sign up early. Tuition must accompany registration and only charge card registration will be accepted by phone. To register, call Shontelle at i00ighthouse estaurant AT FISHERMAN'S WHARF IN LEWES. 645-6271 Open 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon. THE BEST VIEW IN LEWES!