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76 - CAPE GAZET]FE Friday, December 11 - mber 17, !998 Holiday workshop set for kids in Salisbury Childreffages 10 and younger are invited to pc!patein a'Christmas craft workshop from 10 to 11:30 a.rn., Saturday, De, el i2, in the DaNang Rooms of the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center, Salisbury, Md. The workshop also includes punch and cookies with Santa Claus. Partici- pants should preregister and the fee is $5 per child if preregistered, and $8 at the door. For details, call 410-548-4900, Ext. 109. Dennis Fomey photo New Lewes historical journals signed by authors Several of the Lewes Historical Society members who have been instrumental in bringing the first "Journal of the Lewes Historical Society" to reality signed books on Saturday, Dec. 5, at the Saxon Swan on Second Street. Betty Grunder, who wrote an article on use of the San- born Insurance maps as research tools for those interested in Lewes history, said that sales of the books have been go(/d and that several people had stopped in to get books signed for Christmas. Shown here with the books are (l-r) Barbara Vaughn, who wrote an article in the "Journal" on three Lewes churches; Betty Grunder; and Gary Grunder who has also been working on the project. Elegant holiday events slated for Hagley Museum beginning Dec. 18 This year, the holidays at Ha- rley Museum in Wilmington Will include a special new evening of- fering. "Harley's Holiday Lights Along the Brandywine" are spe- cial evening tours of the Eleuther- ian Mills residence on Dec. 18, 22, and 29. During these evening tours, vis- itors will see Eleutherian Mills, the du Pont family ancestral home, and its decorations in a new light. Brief Clothing sale set by Flower Market The Wilmington Fl0wer MarKet  Clothes Horse will hold a sale from 9 a.m. to ! p.m., Saturday, Dec. 12, on Newport Gap Pike on the Emily P. Bissell grounds. Clothing and accessories for in- fants, boys, girls, men andwonn will be displayed at the sale. Items include new prom dresses and for- mals, good suits and jackets, and a great assortment of infant wear, all at low prices. Tax deductible, con- tributions of good, clean clothing may be made from 9 a.m. to noon, Mondays and Wednesdays. W'ddlife refuge tours set at Bombay Hook Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge will be offering wildlife management tours to the general public and interpretive trail walks at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 12. The tour lasts approxi- mately one-and-a-half hours. Bombay Hook is located two miles north of Leipsic, just off Route 9 on Whitehall Neck Road. The lights that make these tours so special will pervade the entire trip to Hagley - from the sparkling lights that greet guests along the drive to the dramatically lit falls of the Brandywine, as seen from the residence's piazza. Both before and following tours of Eleutherian Mills, there will be music and refreshments to enjoy in the Soda House making a ro- mantic evening for two or a fun adventure for the whole family. There will also be demonstrations on how to make some of the rib- bon decorations used in the resi- dence, with guests having the op- portunity to try it themselves. Ad- vance registrations for the evening tour are required and may be made by calling the tour registra- tion office at 302-658-2400, Ext. 259. Heated shuttle bus service from the Soda House to Eleuther- ian Mills will available from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. each evening. The last tour will begin at 8:30 p.m. Harley's Holiday Lights Along the Brandywine admission is $9 for adults; $4 for children 6 to 14; and free for kids under six. For Harley Associates, admission is $5 and $2 for children six through 14. For the evening tour, use the museum's Buck Road East en- trance via Route 100. Harley Museum is where the du Pont story begins in the Brandy- wine Valley and features the orig- inal du Pont mills; estates, and gardens in Wilmington. For more information, call 302-658-2400 . [dufih't" weeKor visit its Web sRe at www.hagley.lib.tle.us>. Gma Mar/ariaa/ 207 Ihoboth Avenue 227-19b6 Hour: Dinner 5erved Nhtly 5-10 Lunah 5erved fiat. & ,tm. Noon - 5 p.m. START A HOME-BASED BUSINESS. WORK FLEXIBLE HOURS. ENJOY UNLIMITED EARNINGS. AV'O N CALL TOLL FREE (800) 735-8867 Bay Road Package Store $$ DISCOUNT $$ LIQUOR, WINE, BEER Bottle or Case If We Don't Have It, We'll Order It! , 7. m uut, 302-227-7708 I New Year's Eve ieju fike any ohew day of he year; only bsr'. We don'1; haw a  menu or Inflated priram for he b day of he year. Our full, regular menu will be available in addition 1;o our daEy Frh Slum. No padmge deals or expensive prix t. Ju good food as a fair price. 5o, we Invite you 1;o dine wh ua as rueonal evryday pri. Oinner wifl be era'red from 4 p.m. 1 Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner  /, 7 Days, Year-Round (302) 645-9132 4534 Hwy One at Rt. 24