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66 - CAPE GAZETTE, Thursday, December 24 - December 30, 1998 Kwanzaa celebration slated for Jan. 2 in Milford A Kwanzaa celebration, com- plete with traditional foods, song, dance and storytelling, will be presented from noon to 4 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 2, at Faith, Hope & Love Fellowship, located on Busi- ness Route 1 in Milford. Kwanzaa is an American festi- val, with roots in the harvest cele- brations of the African continent. It is based on seven principles: Umoja (unity), Kujichagulia (self- determination), Ujima (responsi- bility), Ujamaa (cooperative eco- nomics), Nia (purpose), Kuumba (creativity) and Imani (faith). Tra- ditionally, a seven-day fete, the local celebration will condense all elements into a four-hour pro- gram. Entertainment will be presented by the Sankofa Drummers and Dancers, Primal Moves and the PHantastic Youth Drill Team, among others. The event is cosponsored by People Helping People and the Alliance for Ado- lescent Pregnancy Prevention. Admission is free and the public is encouraged to join in the celebra- tion. To take part in the program or for more information, call Sandra Redwood at 302-398-3898. Briefly History museum offers dinosaur exhibit Kids can't get enough of di- nosaurs, so the Delaware Museum of Natural History is offering them plenty of dinosaur activities and a new dinosaur exhibit. This cele- bration of dinosaurs kicks off dur- ing the week before New Year's Eve and continues through Janu- ary and February with plenty of new and fun ways to learn more about these fascinating creatures. "Dino Days," set for Sunday and Monday, Dec. 27-28, is the museum's annual post holiday event and the first in the "Dino Lineup" offered this winter. The Dinosaur Art of Mark Musy offers insight into how dinosaurs captivate people from all walks of life, including artists. One of the museum's most pop- ular programs is "Read and Ex- plore," for children ages 3 to 10. The program's theme through February is dinosaurs. Children will hear stories about dinosaurs, then participate in fun crafts and activities. Every Sunday and on select Saturdays, the "Make It, Take It" activity will feature a dinosaur-themed craft for children to take home. The museum's hours are 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Sat- urday, and from noon to 4:30 p.m., Sundays. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors, $3 for ages 3 to 17, and free for kids under three. The museum is located on Route 52, about five miles north of Wilmington. Mid-Atlantic Symphony Concert tickets available Now in its second year, the Mid- Atlantic Symphony Orchestra in- vites those in the Cape Region to purchase tickets to selected con- certs for their families, friends and business associates. Tickets are $15 per person and students may attend concerts free of charge. The next program, Feb. 12-14, will in- clude Beethoven's Symphony No. 2, an_d the Egmont Overture, as well as selections by Brahms and Debussy. Beethoven's Symphony No: 5 will be performed during the orchestra's April 23-25 program. For more information, call 410- 213-2806. Bombay Hook, Allee to close for weekends The Bombay Hook Visitors Center and the historic Allee House will be closed on winter weekends starting Dec. 26 and on through February. The visitor cen- ter will remain open, however, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday to Friday. Both will reopen for weekend visitation the first weekend in March. The Allee House is an ex- ample of a Queen Anne-period farmhouse and is restored with pe- riod furniture. The Visitor Center has wildlife exhibits, a gift shop and wildlife movies which are offered on re- quest. The gift shop includes wildlife guides, books, pins, hats, T-shirts, patches, post cards and original hand-painted Christmas ornaments. The refuge is open from sunrise to sunset year round. Join Nature Society on Texas trip in March Spaces are still available for the Delaware Nature Society's trip to South Texas, March 20-27. The registration deadline is Jan. 10. Starting in the coastal prairie and saltmarshes north of Corpus Christi, the group will see one of the rarest birds, the whooping crane, and watch for a host of oth- er shore and water birds, many of them attired in breeding colors that rival the wildflowers blanket- ing the roadways. The trip also includes a stop at the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge. Trip leader is Jeff Gordon, a professional naturalist and trip leader for Victor Emanuel Nature Tours. The cost of $2,480 for members, and $2,510 for non- members, includes airfare from Philadelphia, ground transporta- tion in Texas, all meals, lodging at high-quality hotels and inns, lead- ership and more. 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