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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 19 - December 25, 1997 - 69 Family Open House, Dec. 26, highlights Cape Region's Hollydays Plans for the inaugural Coastal Delaware Hollydays are coming together, kicking off on Monday, Dec. 22, and continuing through Saturday, Jan. 3. "We wanted to get the entire community involved - businesses and residents decorating their shops and homes, or at least keep- ing their lights on at night," so people can shop and tour the dis- plays throughout the area," said Co-chair Karen Zakarian. She not- ed this is particularly important with the continuing growth of Slam Dunk To The Beach, which opens with a dinner for the basket- ball teams at the BayCenter on Friday, Dec. 26. That evening, Hollydays will sponsor a Family Night Open House at Rehoboth Beach Con- vention Center for both residents and visitors, especially the fami- lies and friends of those attending Slam Dunk. The event will take place from 6 to 9 p.m., and the committee hopes to raise $600 in donations from the community to defray the cost of renting the hall. During the Family Night Open House there will be a disc jockey, refreshments, games for the kids, door prizes and other festivities. In conjunction with the open house, there will be a Storybook Theater for families across the street at the Jazz Joint, next to Sydney's Blues and Jazz Restau- rant, with two showings that evening. (see accompanying arti- cle). The committee is distributing a "Christmas Lights Tour Map," brochure, which will include busi- nesses that are open during the holiday period, those closed but which are decorated for the holi- days, and homes and subdivisions that are also decorated and lighted Storybook Theater slated at Rehoboth Jazz Joint Dec. 26 On the evening after Christmas, when all through the town, the lights still shine brightly and mer- riment abounds. A children's storybook play will be performed in the Jazz Joint, located next to Sydney's Rehoboth Avenue entrance, for young children and their families on Friday, Dec. 26. There will be a 6 and a 7:30 p.m. performance of the live presentation, "The Elves and the Shoemaker." The evening will be hosted by S.A.F.E., a Lewes-based nonprof- it group created to assist women and their families by offering the support needed to improve the quality of their family relation- ships. There is no charge for the show, but donations to S.A.F.E. will be accepted and refreshments will be served. There will be several copies of "The Elves and the Shoemaker" book that will be giv- en out as door prizes. After the theater show, audience members are invited to stop by Sydney's to hear Walt Hedfield and Prairie Dogs, including some of the members of the well-known local group, the Channel Suffers. For more information call the S.A.F.E. offices at 645-6121, or Sydney's at 227-1339. Friday Night Singles to hold Christmas dinner The Friday Night Singles Sup- per Club will hold its Christmas dinner at Magnolia's Restaurant on Central Avenue in Ocean View on Friday, Dec. 19. A social hour begins at 6:30 p.m. with dinner from the menu at 7 p.m. Seating is limited and preregistration is re- quired. Membership in the club is free and open to the public. Single adults should call Dave at 945- 4973; Delores at 875-4199; or Michelle at 644-1641 for more in- formation. A list of the club's oth- er activities will be available at the dinner. between the hours of 6 and 9 p.m. This includes the Dewey Beach, Rehoboth Beach, Lewes areas and points in between. Zakarian said they are also still seeking volunteers to help with the Family Night Open House, as well as door prizes and ideas on how to make the evening more festive. Those wishing more informa- tion about Hollydays or wishing to volunteer or donate time, mon- ey or door prizes to the event, should call Zakarian at 227-3888. REHOBOTH BEACH LONG NECK FRIDAY T B T (Long Neck Only) l Carry ts Welcome Buds$1"00& Burgers]Nite I Open2aily Happy Hour3 to 7 PM 1 lb. of Shrimp Pitcher of Beer $8.95 $9.95 (Rehoboth Location) 302-227,6700 oR 302-945-8900 . LONG NECK DECK 9 P.M. - 1 A.M. Ffi. Dec. 19 ZT. -. " .... -_'- _" - -" Sat Dec 20 FOg INF0CK4/10N fAIL Fri. Dec. 26 & SaL Dec. 26 NAPPY HOLIDAYS "Great Italian Affordable Prices" your Favorite Family Restaurant Roman Holiday_ Broiled Lobster, Shrimp, Scallops & Fresh Flounder topped with Provolone in a light Tomato, Pepper & Onion Sauce. Some Delicious Examples Pasta Dinner For 4 Includes Salad, Meatballs House Sauce & Cheese Garlic Bread, Choice of Any 1 Pasta. Chicken Parmesan Breast of Chicken, Hand Breaded and LightlyFried, Topped with Cheese, Surrounded with Spaghetti. Celebrate your with Great Food & A Family AtmospFterelH .