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April 26, 1996     Cape Gazette
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'=" i ; c : Designer Showhouse IV kicks off with Bare Bones party in Lewes The furniture is gone, the wall- paper is stripped and the designers are ready to dive into their work at "Merrywood," Designer Show- house IV at 817 Savannah Road in Lewes. They gathered for a Bare Bones Party on April 22 to discuss their plans with representatives of the organizations which will benefit from proceeds garnered when the finished house is open to the pub- lic Saturday, May 18 through Sat- urday, June 15. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., except Sundays, from 1 to 5 p.m., at $8 per ticket before May 18 and $10 thereafter, the beneficiaries will be Rehoboth Art League and Sussex County Habitat for Humanity. This is the fourth consecutive year that Designer Showhouse has opened to the public a residence transformed by 18 interior design- ers and their staffs. This particular home, owned by Dennis and Becky Forney, is a farmhouse built in 1911 by John Baylis in the "New Federal" style and one of the unique features is the abun- dance of built-in furniture and cabinets normally associated with Shown standing on the Painter's Porch of Merrywood are (1.r) John Brown, president of Sussex County Habitat For Hu- manity, Lewes Mayor George Smith, a board member of Habi- tat For Humanity; Ran Trupp, incoming president of Habitat For Humanity; and Charles and Betty Palmer. The Painter's Porch will feature the multi-faceted artwork of Charles Palmer, former director of Rehoboth Art League. naval architecture. This year's featured designers include: Gretchen Brown, Diva Interiors, The Living Room; Christine Besche, I.D.S., Besche Bros., The Dining Room; Jim Darley of Darley Construction and Design, and Sally Hastings of Silk & Sands, The Office Study; Susan Steele of Rehoboth Art League, the Hall Gallery; Mark Taylor of Taylor Made, The Curio Corner; Dian Stein of Stuart Continued on page 52 Jazz Fest Continued from page 50 Bobby "O" Ostendorf from Sir Guy's, Dave "Ducky" Sheetz and Neila Dolan from Arena's, Connie Taylor from the Delaware Coast Press/Beachcomber, Melissa Clink from At Melissa's Bed and Breakfast and Jonathan Spivak from Sedona and Fusion. The Sir Guy's auction kicks off at 9 p.m. with DJ Marty Party serving as the MC and Butch Em- mert as the auctioneer. All pro- ceeds from the auction will bene- fit the Delaware Celebration of Jazz, Inc. For more information on the fundraiser, contact Sydney Artz at 227-1339 or 227-6912. f edomc00 Iehany'e celebrated souweetern restaurant Join us for a Benefit Dinner for H a bitoa0000,f0r 00Hum a ra ity Help us help Habitat for Humanity by dining at edona. All dinner proceeds from the evening of Friday, Hay 3rd will be for the benefit of the ussex County Habitat for Humanity and will make it possible for a deserving ussex County family to build or rennovate their home. Located in quiet Bethany Beach, Del. at 26 Pennsylvania Ave. Open at .5 p.m. Wednesday through .unday serving creative southwestern cuisine. For reservations call (302) 53_9-1200. J ,. cE:,F,-a,y, Wp,-,a m -my 2, its,6 - 207 Rehoboth Avenue 227-1986 Dinner Served Nightly From 5 - l O p.m. Lunch Served Saturday & Sunday Noon-5 p.m. The 1st Family Irish Pub and Restaurant In the 1st Town In the 1st State es! We're opening our IiiIE for you on Lewes Harbor at Anglers Restaurant ! R: I:S 15,'! EY II00S q Reasonably Priced Menu Featuring Appetizers, Overstuffed Sandwiches, Fresh Salads, Char-Grilled Burgers, Entrees, Desserts AND SEAFOOD SPECIALITIES iiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiii0000i-i000000iii00i00!i00i00iiiii00iii00i00!i00!00!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i ::ii :!ii ii !i i::!i! !#!::!ii:!ii i iiii::ii iiiiiiiii:.#iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ::ii i!il ii!!i ii :.:ii : !:::! i::i !! Irish Eyes Pub & Restaurant Established May 14, 1986 Rehoboth Beach, Delaware LEWES LOCATION OPENING IN EARLY MAY!