Cape Gazette

Entertainment Briefs

Apr 21, 2015

Table tennis offered Sundays and Wednesdays in Milford

Southern Delaware Table Tennis Club announces table tennis will be played twice a week from 7 to 10 p.m. Sundays and Wednesdays at the Milford Community Center. Cost is $4 for the night, and the public is welcome. Southern Delaware Table Tennis Club is an official USATT sanctioned club with 10 tournament tables. The club just opened, and organizers are looking for new players to come and have fun. All levels of play are welcome from novice to expert. The Milford Community Center is at 105 NE Front St. in Milford. For more information call Darryl Boyer at 302-745-2556, Mike Brittingham at 302-258-6792 or Steve Buckles at 302-423-5926.

Bethel Historical Society to host Salisbury Book Artists

The Bethel Historical Society will host the Salisbury Book Artists in April and May. They are a collective that uses nontraditional materials and media to create books of various shapes, sizes and designs. What do accordions, bone folders, recycling materials, clay tablets, paint, handmade paper and cropadile punches have in common? These are forms, techniques or equipment used by the artists, teachers and professional women of the Salisbury Book Artists to create artist's books.

Continuing a long tradition of book art that started with clay tablets and papyrus scrolls, exhibiting members Lisa Fritts, Martha Grahm, Barbara Israel, Bonnie Lavish, Victoria Noonan, Barbara Schultz and Clytie Taylor meet each month to share ideas and new books, and experiment with new techniques.

Previously, the Salisbury Book Artists have exhibited at the Salisbury University’s Atrium Gallery, Cambridge Main Street Gallery and The Art Institute and Gallery. They have also been hosted at Fruitland Elementary School and Poplar Hill Mansion. All are invited to come and see this exhibit and learn about the various techniques.

The museum will be open from 2 to 4 p.m., Sundays April 26, May 10 and May 17, at 312 First St., Bethel. For more information, call 302-858-3840.

Nanticoke Indian Association to host ladies expo and luncheon May 2

The Nanticoke Indian Association will host its third annual ladies expo and luncheon from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Saturday, May 2, at the Georgetown Cheer Community Center, 20520 Sand Hill Road, Georgetown. The cost is $15 per person. Many exhibitors are participating and will be spotlighted during the event. Exhibits start at 11 a.m. Lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m. For more information call Natosha Norwood Carmine at 302-593-7237 or email Respond by April 24 to attend the luncheon.

Call for artists at Parke Green Paint Out May 3 in Dover

Parke Green Galleries announces the first Parke Green Paint Out Plein Air event in conjunction with Old Dover Days from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Sunday, May 3. The event is open to all artists who wish to enjoy Dover’s historic Green and surrounding area. Participating artists are invited to paint anywhere within the general historic district, from Water Street to Silver Lake and Route 13 to the railroad tracks. Maps will be provided upon registration. Monetary prizes will be awarded for first, second and third place winners.

Artists must be 18 years of age or older to register. No experience level is required. Early registration is $30. After April 21, the fee is $40. Registration will be allowed the morning of the event. Registration opens at 8:30 a.m, Sunday, May 3, at the Parke Green Galleries. Canvases must be stamped beginning at that time. No painting is to start until 9 a.m.  A Wet Paint exhibit, sale and reception will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. For more information call 302-674-1787 or go to

Eastern Shore writers to meet May 9 in Dover

The Eastern Shore Writers Association will hold its monthly meeting at 11 a.m., Saturday, May 9, at the Roma Restaurant in Dover. The featured speaker is famed writer Barrett Warner, one of the editors of the Free State Review. The program will be followed by lunch. The public is welcome.

Warner's talk is called "From the Muse to the Mailman." Warner will discuss how to turn triggering points into literary moments by finding the right angle, the importance of releasing information slowly to the reader, line tempo and clarity, and cover letters to editors. He’ll be using both sides of his brain, speaking as a writer and as a literary journal editor.

To attend, RSVP to The lunch charge is $15. Roma is at Route 113 and Exit 95 off Route 1. For directions, go to or call 302-678-1041. For more information on ESWA, go to

Rehoboth to host restaurant week June 7 to 12

For six days, diners can enjoy delicious three-course prix-fixe meals for $25, $35 or $45 at participating restaurants in downtown Rehoboth Beach, the culinary destination of Delaware. Sunday to Friday, June 7 to 12 is the perfect time for diners to expand their palates and try innovative foods at reduced prices. This is a great dining opportunity as Rehoboth Beach continues to gain regional and national notoriety for its inventive chefs and menus. Visit for details or call 302-227-2772.

State park group to hold monthly Trails Day

The Friends of Holts Landing State Park will hold a Trails Day on the second Saturday of every month from October through May. People can meet at the park from 9 to 11 a.m. All visitors are welcome. For more information, call Chuck Schonder at 703-881-2491.



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