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Holiday Peace Friday December 22 7 pm Cape Henlopen High School Theater 1250 Kings Highway, Lewes Vocalists: Gary Colangelo Unitarian Universalists SoDE choir Max Dick Clear Space Theatre CAMP Rehoboth Chorus R e hoboth Concert Ban d Tickets $20 Cash at Door, or $15 online at or call 1-800-838-3006 to order. 18 yrs and under FREE This organization is supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on CONCERT 142 Second St., Lewes (inside Hotel Rodney) 302-827-4475 • LOCALS’ WEEKDAY SPECIALS Tuesday: Fish & Chips $10 Wednesday: Prime Rib $16 Thursday: Burger Night $7 HAPPY HOUR: Monday - Friday 3-7 PM 80 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2017 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette much as the visitors who flock to the popular summer backyard playground." Beyond traditional decor, creating a fun family ac- tivity is aligned with Crooked Hammock's community in- volvement. Creating a backyard experience for friends and fam- ily to enjoy is just like the beach vacation or other holiday tradi- tions. "We want to help make memories of time spent with the important people in your lives," adds Grapski. At the Big Chill Surf Cantina in Rehoboth, a favorite among locals, the holiday look is decid- edly "retro" befitting The Chill's fun sense of humor and self- inspired ‘70s retro atmosphere. "But we're always serious about giving back to our community," says manager Linc Rogerson who has teamed up with Rise Fitness to host the annual Ugly Sweater Party. The December 16th fundraiser to a benefit in the fight against Parkinson disease.  "It's a fun time for a great cause," says Rogerson. More information is available on their events page at Facebook. At Rehoboth's Fork+Flask at Nage, capturing the "spirit" of the holidays is as simple as its special Egg Nog in the Flask. A flask of egg nog goes with the gift certificate as a gift for another. Festive decorations glow along with the toasty fireplace to make patrons feel right at home. "Our Flaskin' Fridays make the spir- its brighter," says Sean Corea, general manager and executive chef. Holiday revelers can en- joy sharing over 20 small plate features along with half price sharable flasks. "Yes, 'tis the sea- son to share. With a date. With a group of friends," says Corea. On Tuesday, Dec. 19, many of the F+F kitchen team will be prepar- ing their favorite dishes for Feliz Navidad featuring an evening of authentic Latin American- inspired dishes from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. Reservations by phone at 302-226-2037 or Grapski adds that giving back to his community has always been an important core value within his company. Philanthro- py this year includes continued support of Winter WonderFest's fundraising to benefit Sus- sex County nonprofit groups. Crooked Hammock created an enclosed, heated community gathering place - The Crooked Hammock Lodge - a place to warm up and hang out. Additionally, all the businesses within La Vida Hospitality Group are sponsors of the Winter WonderFest Giving Tree. Festi- valgoers may purchase a glowing Luminaria to honor the memory of loved ones. "Giving back to the community that gives to you is important, especially during this time of year" adds Grapski. "Even better that every dollar we raise stays right here at home in Sus- sex County. Hope everyone has a great holiday season!" La Vida Continued from page 76 Rescignos to bring comedy to Milton Donning sweater vests, and each armed with a razor-sharp wit, Paul and Robbie Rescigno are like Cain and Abel, but with more singing and less fratricide. In The Rescignos, the titular twin brothers star in an award-win- ning comedy show that hearkens back to an old-school vaudeville act with contemporary material and brand-spanking new music, and they are returning to Milton Theatre at 8 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 16. Milford natives, Paul and Rob- bie Rescigno both graduated from Milford Senior High School in 2002, and attended Syracuse University where they each re- ceived degrees in acting. Now they are living and working in New York City while performing their own cabaret theatre. Tickets are $20 to 25. Streisand, Sinatra show continues at theatre Imagine two of the entertain- ment industry’s powerhouses, Streisand and Sinatra, on one stage for an unforgettable holi- day tribute show for the ages. Award-winning tribute artist Carla DelVillaggio and 20-year performing artist Tony Sands will share the stage at the Milton Theatre at 8 p.m., Friday, Dec. 15, and Sunday, Dec. 17. From the hair down to the trademark nails, and wearing meticulously detailed replicas of iconic concert gowns, Carla Del Villaggio is Simply Streisand in every way. Lifelong Sinatra fans have been fascinated when they hear Tony Sands start to croon. They think “Old Blue Eyes” has come back to life. Briefly » Show info: 684-3038 or »