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80 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 20 - June 26, 1997 Del Tech's Kids Kamps can make this summer sizzle Wonder what your kids are go- Parents may enroll their chil- swim and recreation. There is a $5 er. Classes range from sports limited to ensure each child maxi- ing to do this summer? Worried about boredom? Let summer really sizzle with Kids Kamp at Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens Campus. After school closes, children ages seven (or entering second grade in the fall) to 18 years are invited to enjoy a summerfilled with fun, interesting new informa- tion and challenges. Scheduled for June 16 - Aug. 8, Kids Kamp offers flexible enroll- ment plans, and extended day camps to accommodate working parents and over 75 camps/cours- es to provide a wide variety of choices. dren for programs in the morning only (8:30 to 11:30 a.m.), the af- ternoon only (2:30-5:30 p.m.) or for a full day of camp activities (8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.). There is an early drop-off time from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Kids Kamp fees range from be- tween $35 and $75 per child, per week and some camPs also charge a nominal materials fee. Parents pay per child, per camp, and if en- rolled in both morning and after- noon, pay no additional charge for the supervised lunch and recre- ation periods. Only children enrolled in both morning and afternoon camp may participate in supervised lunch, Queen Anne's Railroad sets fireworks special on July 4 The Queen Anne's Railroad, in cooperation with the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, has an- nounced the inaugural run of the Queen Anne's Railroad's Fire- works Special on the Royal Zephyr Dinner Train to the Sussex County Fair and Fireworks on Fri- day, July 4 at the Sussex Airpark in Georgetown. The Queen Anne's Fireworks Special departs at 4 p.m. from the Lewes station and will return about midnight. Passengers will enjoy a picnic supper, cash bar and entertainment as they ride the rails to Georgetown. The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce will meet the Queen Anne's Railroad's Fireworks Spe- cial passengers at the Sussex Air- park. Transportation will be pro- vided for a very short ride to the Sussex County Fair site. There the passengers will enjoy the carnival midway exhibits and the United States Navy Band Concert, fol- lowed by fireworks provided by Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College. For more information call the Georgetown Chamber of Com- merce at 856-1544. For required reservations for the Queen Anne's Railroad's Fireworks Special, call 644-1720. Sea Grille's Full Moon Fever to raise fireworks funds The Sea Grille's first Full Moon Fever will be celebrated Friday, June 20 at 9 p.m. and will help raise funds for the fireworks display which is scheduled for Sunday, July 6. The Sea Grille is located on the eighth floor of the Henlopen Hotel at the North end of the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk,-Rehoboth Beach. The event features live music and the op- portunity for participants to howl at the moon in imaginative ways. The person who howls at the moon in the most creative way will win an ac- commodations or dining prize provided by the Sea Grille. The contest will be held the evening of each full moon throughout the summer and fall at the Sea Grille. There will be a semi-final howl-off in September followed by a grand howl-off at a later date to determine the best howler in Rehoboth. Singer Michael Howard is th featured entertainer. II I Laissez Bon Temps Rouler! "Let the Good Times Roll" with New Orleans Chef Oliver Gruber per year, one-time, non-refund- able registration fee per child. Variety is the key to the class offered, according to Kimberly LeVert, Youth Program Develop- camp to computers, dance, acting, cooking, magic and arts and crafts. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis; enrollment is mum instruction. For more information or to reg- ister, call Corporate and Commu- nity Programs at 856,5400, ext. 226. Harbor Lights restaurant "Serving delicious food with a relaxed :atmosphere for the whole family." 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 330 Rehoboth Avenue 302-227-7451 OPEN DAILY 4 P.M. "OPEN SUNDAYS 2 P.M. O Seniors-lO Off Entire Check Mon. thru Sat. ea Horse Restaurant