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Beach Paper

Thursday, September 5, 2019

Keywords: beach,sandcastle,rehoboth,delaware

Cape Gazette’s
Visitors’ Guide to
the Cape Region

Bethany Beach Boardwalk Arts
Festival set Sept. 7

Page 7

Photos capture colors
of Rehoboth Boardwalk

Page 22



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Wings & Wheels
takes flight Oct. 3-4

Popular annual event set to take place at
Delaware Coastal Airport in Georgetown

With Wings & Wheels 2019 Panchito (owner Larry Kelley RON MACARTHUR PHOTOS
set to take place the weekend and The Delaware Aviation Mu-
of Friday and Saturday, Oct. 4-5, seum), and the P-51 Mustang, Panchito, a fully restored B-25 Mitchell bomber, is housed at the Delaware Aviation Museum in Georgetown. The plane,
planning is nearly complete. Rosalie (owner, Ezra Rickards). owned and piloted by Larry Kelly, served in the Pacific Theater in 1945. The plane is shown here during last year’s Wings
Things will kick off Friday McGee will be the keynote & Wheels Festival.
with Pathways to Aviation Day speaker at the Pathways to Avia-
where 125 high school students tion Program Friday morning, With the historic B-25 bomber Panchito in the background at last year’s festival, a crowd gathers on the tarmac at Dela-
will spend the day at the Dela- a featured guest at the Friday ware Coastal Airport in Georgetown Oct. 6 during the annual Wings and Wheels Fall Festival. The event was sponsored
ware Coastal Airport learning night dinner show, and available by the Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and the Delaware Aviation Museum.
from aviation experts. for photos and questions at the
Panchito booth during Satur- DART TO THE BEACH
Students will meet with day’s car show and fly-in.
representatives from local col- Then DART to the shops, restaurants and nightlife.
leges, employers, and more as Saturday’s free event runs With frequent daily service, from early morning to late night.
they delve into what it means from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., beginning It’s easy to DART everywhere you want this summer!
to begin a career in the aviation with an Opening Ceremony
field. including the national anthem
and Presentation of Colors by
Friday evening, celebrate all the Sussex Central ROTC Color
things peace, love and happi- Guard.
ness at the annual fundraising
dinner with Kathie Martin’s Events at the airport through-
Tribute to the Woodstock out the day include a vintage
Generation. Benefitting the aircraft fly-in, classic car show,
Delaware Aviation Museum featured speakers, live enter-
Foundation and the George- tainment, and craft and food
town Chamber of Commerce, vendors. 2019 will also see the
this year’s event will be held on return of the fan-favorite Flour
the grounds of the Delaware Bombing Competition at 2 p.m.,
Coastal Airport. Ticket price as well as the Official Naval
is $50 per person and includes Academy Parachute Team.
dinner from Lighthouse Cater-
Welcome Brigadier General INCLUDE A VINTAGE AIRCRAFT
to Wings & Wheels weekend FEATURED SPEAKERS, LIVE
as honored guest. McGee is a ENTERTAINMENT, AND CRAFT
member of the famed Tuskegee AND FOOD VENDORS.
Airmen (332nd Fighter Group),
was a fighter pilot during They are also proud to wel-
WWII, Korea and Vietnam, and come the Historical Vintage Car
flew more combat missions Club of Delaware as partners on
than any Air Force fighter pilot the 2019 car show.
at 409.
With awards in numerous
He is a recipient of the categories, goodie bags for all
Bronze Star, Distinguished Fly- pre-registered vehicles, and
ing Cross, and Legion of Merit, dash plaques for the first 200
flew a P51 Mustang escorting registrants, this year’s show is
bombers over Germany, Austria looking to be the biggest and
and the Balkans, and later be- best yet.
came an instructor for the B25
Mitchell Bomber (with more It will sell out, so register
than 6,300 flying hours). vehicles soon!

Being at Wings & Wheels For vendor or car show reg-
will put him back with the two istration information, or to pur-
aircraft he is most familiar with chase tickets for Friday night
- the B-25 Mitchell Bomber, event, go to
or call the Georgetown Cham-
» More information: ber of Commerce, 302-856-1544.

The most fun
you can have

eating out.

eat. sip. walk. discover. l 1-800-652-DART Download the DART Transit app
Reserve tickets at for Real-Time Bus Info &
Mobile Fare Payment. DART Transit

Build castles in sand at sculptures will reign
Rehoboth-Dewey contest Saturday, Sept. 7, at the
40th Annual Sandcastle
Event set Sept. 7 in front of Funland avoiding political/controversial Contest. “King Triton’s
themes. Realm” was a judges’
The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey favorite top 10 pick in 2013.
Beach Chamber of Commerce Beachgoers who would rather Cover design
will host the 40th Annual Sand- watch than create can join in by Teresa Rodriguez
castle Contest Saturday, Sept. the fun throughout the day.
7, when teams and individuals Local sand sculptor Darrell DENY HOWETH PHOTO
can express their artistic flair O’Connor will lead the build-
in the sand. Past creations have The 40th Annual Sandcastle Contest ing of a community sculpture. About Beach Paper
included mermaids, Funland is open to both adults and children; Participants can sign up to lend
rides, pyramids, dolphins, all skill levels are welcome. a hand at the contest registra- Editor Copublisher
Olympic athletes and of course, about 4:30 p.m. Trophies will tion tent. O’Connor will offer Jen Ellingsworth Chris Rausch
traditional sandcastles. The be awarded to the top eight free sand sculpting lessons from
contest will be held on the People’s Choice favorites in the 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, Sept. 6. Designer IT Manager/Photo Editor
beach in front of Funland adult and youth divisions, with Deny Howeth Christopher D. Foster
between Delaware Avenue one trophy for the business divi- This event is weather depen-
and Laurel Street in Rehoboth sion. Children ages 6 and under dent. In case of bad weather, Copy Editor Advertising
Beach. will receive a souvenir squirt setup and registration may be Bob Yesbek Amanda Neafie
toy while supplies last. delayed. If bad weather contin- Andrew Thomas
The contest is open to both ues, the event will be postponed Production Supervisor Cindy Bowlin
adults and children; all skill Children under 12 must be until the following year. If bad Edwin Krumm Kathy McGinty
levels are welcome. Registration accompanied by an adult when weather occurs during the con-
is free and participants may sign registering for competition. The test, participants may continue Production Web Manager
up under the blue chamber tent chamber encourages youngsters at will or at the discretion of Teresa Rodriguez Kristin Sinnott
between 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. to enter and asks that parents lifeguards. Judging may be can- Eric Lawson
Sand sculptures may be started provide minimal assistance to celled at any time if warranted Tara Arjona Find Beach Paper on Facebook
at any time on the day of com- youth entries. by weather conditions. Weather for local news and events!
petition but must be completed updates will be posted to the
for judging by 3 p.m. Sculpture subject matter is RBDBCC Facebook page. For
left to the artists’ imagination; recorded updates, call 302-227-
The public is invited to par- however, the chamber advises 2233.
ticipate in the People’s Choice
voting between 3 and 4 p.m. This event is produced by
Winners will be announced at the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey
Beach Chamber of Commerce
» More information: and funded in part by Southern Delaware Tourism.

For more information and
a complete list of rules, go to

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Women blanket dancers take to the circle for a dance in 2016. YOUR PLACE

Nanticoke Tribe to IN HISTORY
host Powwow Sept. 7-8
SEPTEMBER 27, 28, & 29, 2019
Event is celebration of rich culture
The Nanticoke Indian Tribe ing and access to seating is
will be holding its 42nd Annual convenient. Unless otherwise FRIDAY | 7 PM
Powwow Saturday and Sunday, directed, handicapped at-
Sept. 7 and 8. tendees who normally use the Ticketed Keynote Address with Rick Atkinson,
general powwow parking area author of The British are Coming: The War for
The powwow grounds are will continue to do so. Special America, Lexington to Princeton, 1775-1777
located in the middle of a seating for these handicapped
naturally beautiful wooded area individuals will continue to SATURDAY | 8:30 AM – 5 PM
off Route 24, John J. Williams be available and monitored by
Highway. powwow staff. 20 FREE Author Presentations in four Lewes venues,
NATIVE AMERICAN CRAFTS book sales, signings, and Spirited Discussion
Powwow signs will be posted AND FOOD VENDORS OPEN AT
along Route 24 between Routes 10 A.M. SATURDAY AND NOON SUNDAY | 2 PM
113 and 1. ON SUNDAY.
Ticketed Closing Address with Alice Hoffman,
Powwow grounds open at Organizers thank Eagle author of The World That We Knew
10 a.m. Grand entry will be at Sponsors Dr. Emerson Hall and
12 p.m., Saturday. A worship Family and USAA for helping REGISTER SOON! KEYNOTE AND
service will be held at 10 a.m., make this a successful 42nd An- CLOSING TICKETS ARE LIMITED
Sunday, with grand entry set for nual Powwow.
1 p.m.
For more information,
Native American crafts and call 302 945-3400, email [email protected]
food vendors open at 10 a.m. or go to
Saturday and noon on Sunday. 

Attendees who are wheel-
chair users will enter the
powwow grounds on Mount
Joy Road and be directed to
the parking area where unload-



To purchase tickets for the Keynote or
Closing Address and to learn more about
the Festival visit:

@historybookfest historybookfestival historybookfestival

The 2017 opening ceremony presented Eagle Staffs, tribal, state and U.S flags
before grand entry. Shown is Larry Jackson.


Peninsula Gallery’s Water,

Water exhibit to open Sept. 7

Water, in some respects, design and elementary educa- “Oracle” by Karash Payne, exhibiting artist at Peninsula Gallery.
seems unremarkable. People tion.
drink it every day and swim in it “Returning Light” by Damon Pla, ex- “Breaking Through” by Laura McGowan, exhibiting artist at Peninsula Gallery.
every summer. However, water hibiting artist at Peninsula Gallery. Karash Payne has had a
is a fabulously versatile and in the barrel of a colossal wave lifelong and emotional con- and surrealist works. Peninsula Lewes. To preview images, go
mysterious muse. The Peninsula or on the sandy ocean floor nection to water. She has been Gallery is in the shops at the to For
Gallery presents five artists inside an endless blue abyss. a competitive swimmer, life- Beacon on Savannah Road in information, call 302-645-0551.
whose works are inspired by the guard and avid scuba diver.
theme of the exhibition, Water, Laura McGowan has almost Her first career was teaching
Water... always been near the ocean, high school biology, which she
growing up on the Jersey shore traded to become a full-time
The opening reception will be and now residing on the Eastern mother. When her children
held from 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday, Shore of Virginia. Her works went off to school, she needed
Sept. 7, and the show will con- shown in the exhibition are an artistic outlet and has come
tinue through Saturday, Sept. 28. classic coastal scenes sure to to thrive in oil painting, pastels
hit a nostalgic note with anyone and photography. Payne views
Oil painter Stephen Brehm who spent childhood days at water as a tool to represent the
presents images of water the beach. McGowan aims to ever-changing nature of life and
through quiet countryside transform emotion into a visual motherhood. Her daughter is
ponds, lush dune grasses and experience through vivid green her most prominent model. The
energetic ocean waves. Brehm’s and aqua waves, brilliant mid- paintings and photographs in
technique shows lively brush- day sun gleaming off the ocean, this exhibition depict her iconic
strokes that convey the gestural and soft purple seaside skies. submerged figures in an elegant
movement of a crashing wave or Before becoming a full-time dance between fabric, flesh, hair
a softly flowing stream. painter and finding her passion and of course, water.
for working in oils, she held
Light beams through his careers in architecture, interior Damon Pla hails from south-
paintings, fantastically showing ern Florida and now resides in
the nuance of color and trans- Dagsboro. With the exception of
lucence of water. Brehm grew high school portfolio classes, he
up in a military family, living in is a self-taught artist. He often
France, Germany, Italy, Puerto works on a large scale and has
Rico and much of the United established himself as a success-
States. This exposure to so ful muralist.
many environments has fueled
his love for painting natural His most recent mural is right
scenes. here in Lewes on the Beacon
Motel. Pla’s realistic style shows
Having been a competitive precise details and strongly de-
swimmer, photographer Christa fined forms. Though he paints
Funk has an extraordinary rela- classic coastal landscapes, he
tionship with water. She learned loves playing with imaginative
to surf while stationed in subject matter.
Hawaii as a Coast Guard officer.
The grandeur of the Hawaiian A skyscraper-sized piece
coast inspired her passion for of fruit may be dropped onto
surf photography. a picturesque marsh, or mas-
sive hands may emerge from a
Funk’s work shows the ocean glowing sunset. This exhibition
from a seemingly impossible will feature both his realistic
viewpoint. She puts her viewer

Beginner pottery classes set at Rehoboth Art League

 Beginner hand-building level. Lessons will cover basic Each week a new project will SUBMITTED PHOTO
classes are a foolproof and construction techniques along be introduced. Creative ideas
friendly introduction to pot- with an introduction to glaze and experiments will be encour- The Rehoboth Art League is now offering two beginner pottery classes. Call
tery making.  It is a great way and surface treatments.  The aged.  The cost is $200 per the education programs director at 302-227-8408, Ext. 112 for more informa-
to build confidence as one cost is $220 per person for person for members and $235 tion.
becomes immersed in making members and $255 for non- for non-members. The registra-
ceramics.  members.  The registration fee tion fee includes a $40 materials
includes a $40 materials fee. fee. To register for one of these
The Rehoboth Art League is classes, go to rehobothartleague.
offering beginners two op- For those who cannot make org or call 302-227-8408, Ext. 112. 
portunities to learn pottery night classes, the art league
making. Each is geared for stu- is now offering a Saturday All classes are held at the Re-
dents with no clay experience morning alternative.  Sept. 14 hoboth Art League, located at 12
or for those who have taken a through Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to Dodds Lane in Henlopen Acres.
class and would like to improve 12:30 p.m,. the Introduction to
their skills. Ceramics is being offered. All The Art League is a nonprofit
levels are welcome to this class organization dedicated to mak-
On Tuesday nights, Sept. 10 as well.  ing art accessible to all.
through Oct. 15 from 6:15 to 8:45
p.m., Pottery for All Levels is Students will make functional This program is made pos-
being offered.  pieces as well as sculptures sible, in part, by a grant from the
using various hand building Delaware Division of the Arts, a
There will be an emphasis techniques such as coil build- state agency, in partnership with
on hand building for begin- ing, slab building and pinch the National Endowment for the
ners, working up to the pottery pots. The class will explore Arts. 
wheel. Intermediate students surface design with underglazes
will receive additional guid- and glazes. The Division promotes
ance to advance their skill Delaware arts events on dela-


Bethany Beach Boardwalk
Arts Festival slated Sept. 7

The Bethany-Fenwick Area nationally ranked festival,”
Chamber of Commerce and said Lauren Weaver, executive
Schell Brothers will present director of the Bethany-Fenwick
the 41st Annual Bethany Beach Area Chamber of Commerce.
Boardwalk Arts Festival, to
be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Supported by Carl M. Free-
Saturday, Sept. 7, in downtown man Companies, the Bethany
Bethany Beach. Beach Boardwalk Arts Festival
will also include a silent auction
This annual event hosts more featuring works of art generous-
than 100 juried artists to show- ly donated by festival artists and
case and sell their work. The local businesses. All silent auc-
featured artists bring unique tion proceeds will support the
creations representing a variety arts programs of five schools in
of different mediums including the Quiet Resorts region. There
paintings, photography, wood- will be a check presentation to
work, metalwork, clay, baskets the art teachers of each school
and jewelry. at the chamber’s family night
out Wednesday, Sept. 25, at
“After the cancelation of the Lord’s Landscaping.
40th anniversary event due
to dangerous weather condi- For more information go to
tions, we are so happy to be and betha-
continuing the tradition of this


More than 100 juried artists will showcase and sell their work at the Bethany
Beach Boardwalk Arts Festival Sept. 7.

Buschi art on exhibit at Nassau

Kathy Buschi of Milton will be exhibiting her art at Nassau Valley Vine-
yards in Lewes during the month of September. Buschi is introducing
prints of her new painting, “Broadkill Store,” above. To see more of her art,
go to 


Beachy Diversions


Fun By The Numbers
Like puzzles? Then you’ll love sudoku. This mind-bending
puzzle will have you hooked from the moment you square
off, so sharpen your pencil and put your sudoku savvy to
the test!

Here’s How It Works:
Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down
into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers
1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each
number can appear only once in each row, column and
box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers
will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in
the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets
to solve the puzzle.


ARIES – Mar 21/Apr 20 HOROSCOPES SAGITTARIUS – Nov 23/Dec 21
Aries, you may want to pull the covers Sagittarius, you may get an inkling that
over your head and stay in bed all week LEO – Jul 23/Aug 23 change is ahead, but you can’t pinpoint
long, but that’s just not possible. If you It is important to have goals, but not at the which direction it’s coming from. Just
dust yourself off and get out there, you’ll expense of friendships. If you have to put be at the ready for anything that seems
get back on track. success over the needs of others, it may unusual.
not be worth it. Wait until everything jibes. CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan 20
TAURUS – Apr 21/May 21 VIRGO – Aug 24/Sept 22 Capricorn, when someone challenges
Don’t lose your patience if you need to Having a plan in place at all times is your you, it’s best to not get defensive.
repeat yourself a few times before your saving grace. When something unexpect- This may seem like you are admitting
point comes across to others, Taurus. ed happens this week, you will be able to guilt. Instead, do not engage this person
Eventually, others will start to come handle it without breaking a sweat. much.
around. LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23 AQUARIUS – Jan 21/Feb 18
Two friends or family members may try Aquarius, when work pressures get
GEMINI – May 22/Jun 21 to put you in the middle of their quarrel, to you, it’s best to take a little time
Gemini, do not worry even if your work- Libra. This is an unenviable situation. Try off on the weekend to think about any-
load seems overwhelming. Relief is on the to remain as neutral as possible. thing but work. Immerse yourself in a
way. A hero will swoop in and take some SCORPIO – Oct 24/Nov 22 hobby.
of the responsibility off your shoulders. Though it may be challenging, spend more PISCES – Feb 19/Mar 20
time engaging in frivolous activities this Travel plans may be slightly delayed,
CANCER – Jun 22/Jul 22 week rather than more serious pursuits. but they’re not completely off the table,
Happy times in your life have you exhib- Show others you can let loose, Scorpio. Pisces. Don’t worry about having to
iting good will toward others, Cancer. unpack those bags just yet.
Maybe you’ll give a coworker a break or
cast some good vibes on a friend.

Birds of a Feather
Flock Together

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Boast the Coast returns to Lewes Oct. 5 Museum will be open 10 a.m the Lewes Library Carnival with
to  4 p.m., and the Cannonball old-fashioned games and prizes,
The 24th annual Boast the Tours vessel Discovery will of- on the quiet backwaters. House at 118 Front St. will be a balloon artist, first responder
Coast event will take place Sat- fer two, one-hour-long cruises, Advance reservations for each open from 12 to 4 p.m. Both will trucks and performances from
urday, Oct. 5. at 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. This be open with exhibits on display 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 111 Adams
year, tours will depart from the of the two tours can be made by at no charge, with donations Ave.; the Cape Artists open
Boast the Coast was con- Cape Water Tours dock at 213 going to the Cape Water Tour’s accepted. house from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
ceived in 1996 to showcase Anglers Road, Lewes, not from website. Tickets are $10 per their Third Street Gallery; and
Lewes’ nautical heritage the city dock. person and seating is limited, The Lightship Overfalls will the Peninsula Gallery’s opening
and to feature activities that so advance reservations are be open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., reception for The Figure exhibit
complemented the already The knowledgeable Lewes strongly suggested. To register, Saturday, Oct. 5, in Lewes Canal- featuring Haley Manchon, Syd
long-established University of Historical Society guide aboard go to front Park. McGinley and Beth Trepper,
Delaware’s annual Coast Day the Discovery will narrate the treasured-tales-lore-tour-1-hour/ from 5 to 7 p.m. at 520 E. Savan-
event. Coast Day takes place on cruise south along the Lewes- or call 302-644-7334. Other events include: the nah Road.
the university’s Lewes campus Rehoboth Canal, including Historic Lewes Farmers Mar-
on Pilottown Road the first historic tales and lore. The annual Lewes Merchants’ ket in the Shields Elementary For more information, go to
Sunday in October, and Boast Fall Sidewalk Sale has long been School parking lot from 9 a.m. or call 302-
the Coast takes place the day Tourgoers will hear tales of associated with Boast the Coast. to noon; the Zwaanendael 645-8073.
before. the early settlers of the area and It is a three-day event, from Fri- Museum’s Maritime Program;
pirate visits of the past. While day, Oct. 4 to Sunday, Oct. 6. Local Artist
There are a number of free taking in the wetland scenery, Jewelry by
activities associated with Boast attendees will imagine Lewes’s The Lewes Historical Soci- 302.227.9203
the Coast taking place from 11 most famous historic event: its ety’s Craft Show will be open 328 Rehoboth Ave. Weekly Summer Classes
a.m. to 2 p.m. in 1812 Park near bombardment by the British from 10 a.m to 4 p.m., Saturday
the city dock on the canal. during the War of 1812. They on its campus at 110 Shipcar-
Children’s activities include free can see wildlife along the way penter St. Admission is $5, and
nautical-themed face painting and enjoy the changing season children under 12 are admit-
and balloon art by Chuckles the ted free. The Lewes History
Free deck tours of the R/V
First State, the Delaware BOAST THE COAST will include tours of the R/V First State, the Delaware Di-
Division of Fish and Wildlife’s vision of Fish and Wildlife’s 65-foot research vessel.
65-foot research vessel, will take
place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
the city dock.

A seafood tasting will be held
in the park during those hours
with food priced individually.

The Lewes Historical Society
is partnering again this year
with the Lewes Chamber of
Commerce and Cape Water
Tours for a special one-day tour
as part of the Boast the Coast
activities. The Cape Water

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Located Between Route 1 And Kings Hwy And South Of Rt 9 302.746.1150
Between Wsfs And Community Bank. Use Carpenters Way.

The Friends of the Rehoboth Beach Public Library is auctioning access to the li-
brary’s balcony and upstairs meeting room, which are ideally situated for en-
joying the Sea Witch Parade as it proceeds down Rehoboth Avenue.


Dupont Avenue The Lewes Canalfront Columbia Avenue Stockley St. west of
Park & Marina is over and Grove Street Scarborough
Smith Park boasts a pond shaded three acres adjacent to Surrounded by big trees, Grove This park is located on
with native flora and inhabited the Lewes & Rehoboth Park has plenty of shade. The
by indigenous fauna. It is the Canal, the 1938 park has a tot lot for children to Stockley Street just west of
perfect place for a family picnic Overfalls Lightship, historic Lifesaving Station play, a pavilion, bathrooms and Scarborough Street. The
and exercise. Facilities to help and the Lewes Little League ballfields along
Front Street in Lewes, Delaware. Adjacent to benches. park has several benches
make your visit enjoyable include the Park are the City tennis and basketball from which one can enjoy a
a fenced children's playground, a court. Also included at the park is the
butterfly garden, a walking path Children's Playground. The playground is for view of Silver Lake. There
with benches and a horseshoe pit. children 5 years old and under. are several benches and a tot lot for the
children. Enjoy the park and don’t forget
Fishing is allowed and RICHARD A. SHIELDS
encouraged. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL cracked corn for the ducks.

The Schell Brothers, Sherwin GERAR SCHOOL
Williams of Lewes, SunDew PARK
and the PTO worked hard to Lake Ave. Stockley Street
on Large playground
restore the playground. Lake Gerar on school grounds.
Located on
Lake Avenue along the northern
banks of Lake Gerar, just west of the
Henlopen Hotel and Condominiums.
There are benches
and a tot lot for small children.

43 Henlopen Drive DBEEWAECYH
Families don’t need to take
a ride on the Cape May-
Lewes Ferry to enjoy fun
times at the ferry terminal.
A fun-sized pirate ship
playground greets pint-sized visitors, while kids of
all ages can enjoy free miniature golf while
watching the big boats set sail for New Jersey.

SEASHORE A variety of playground Corner of McKinley St.
STATE PARK equipment delights the younger & Hayden Rd.
at Indian
River Inlet set while adults can relax Be sure to check out this beautiful modern
This relatively and enjoy a picnic or just playground located one block off the bay on
new playground area is located at the foot
of the southbound side of the Indian River take in the view. the corner of McKinley Street and Hayden
Inlet, within Delaware Seashore State Park. Road. Lots of fun for your little (and not so
A wide variety of features, including two little ones). Special areas for 2-5 year-olds
slides and swing sets, will delight children and 6-12 year-olds include monkey bars,
of all ages. play bridge and single and double slides,

TOWN HALL play tunnel, elephant slide,
800 Coastal Hwy. and much more.
The Town Hall offers a
playground for small BETHANY
children, shuffleboard,
Garfield Parkway NATURE CENTER
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Bethany Blues to host Delmarva

Sport and Social Club kickoff Sept. 20

Bethany Blues is known for tive, positive, sports-forward referees, field rental, lined fields SUBMITTED ARTWORK
its stellar social atmosphere, so atmosphere for adults to have and sponsor bar specials. There
when Mike Cray approached fun and meet new friends after are several ways to join the The Delmarva Sport and Social Club has found a home base at Bethany Blues.
the Lewes location for a spon- their games at Bethany Blues. league. The first is individual
sorship of a new sport and membership. If a few friends from 6 to 9 p.m., Friday, Sept. To register for the Delmarva
social club, team members were With more than 21 years of want to join together, they 20 for both kickball and football Sport and Social Club, go
all ears. social sports experience, the can sign on as a small group. leagues. to
two founders know firsthand (Teams will be comprised of
Cray has started two other the value of relationships made combining the individuals and
Sport and Social Clubs, one in through sports-friendships that the small groups.) Finally, those
Baltimore in 1998 and one in last longer than any memory of with a full team of 12 players or
Annapolis in 2004, and each a game won or lost.” more can all sign up together
have met with huge success. His to form a single team. Cray and
friend Chad Day had recently The league is kicking off their Day are pros at having every-
moved to the Rehoboth area. inaugural fall season with kick thing set and ready to go so that
Day is the former owner of the ball and touch football. All the all players have to do is show
Charlottesville Sports & Social teams are co-ed, and it is only up and enjoy playing sports in a
Club, and met Cray through for adults 21 and older. heady environment.
playing in the BSSC. The two
naturally spotted an opening for Starting Sept. 21, Saturdays Bethany Blues will be the
a new league. belong to touch football at home base and social space
Beacon Middle from 10 a.m. to for the club members. Club
Together, Day and Cray are 5 p.m. Beginning Sept. 25, the membership will get access to
founding the Delmarva Sport club will be using the Rehoboth specials, and they will be host-
and Social Club, with Miller Little League fields for kick- ing the all-important kickoff
Light, Arnold Palmer Spiked ball  from 6:15 to 10:15 p.m. happy hour for the Delmarva
and Terrapin Beer being their Sport and Social Club. The
official beverage sponsors. The It costs $49 to sign up for kickoff happy hour will be held
club itself offers a noncompeti- co-ed kickball and $55 for co-ed
touch football. The fee includes
league T-shirts, umpires and

Dog Days of Summer Festival announces craft beer partners

The Dog Days of Summer festivals in coastal Delaware, knowledge with a passion for tival’s benefactors, making this Milton. For more information,
Festival will feature two local and we are excited to welcome calculated creativity, Big Oyster partnership extra sweet. go to dogdaysofsummerfestival.
craft beers from Dogfish Head a new festival to the area just a Brewery has developed beer com. Ticket purchase includes
Brewery and Big Oyster Brew- hop away from our brewery in that can be enjoyed by craft The Dog Days of Summer one beer compliments of Dog-
ery. Milton. Dogfish Head is happy beer drinkers of all types, and Festival is set for 3 to 7 p.m., Sat- fish Head Brewery.
to see the Dogs Days of Sum- now they are bringing it to the urday, Sept. 21, on Sand Street in
“We are so excited to have mer Festival kicking off and Dog Days of Summer Festival.
Dogfish Head and Big Oyster raising funds for some great JoAnn Moore
on board. This feels like a mini causes,” said Mark Carter, Beer “We love to get involved
craft beer festival inside the & Benevolence director at Dog- with local businesses, festivals Licensed Mortgage Loan Originator
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Delaware Botanic Gardens opens to public Sept. 16

The Delaware Botanic Gar- Delaware Botanic Gardens will meadow comprises more than the property. The Learning Tuesday, Sept. 17; a lecture on
dens, a 37-acre coastal garden be a flagship inspirational, edu- 70,000 plants and grasses. Garden sponsored by Dogfish DBG’s mission by Brian Trader,
along Pepper Creek in Dags- cational and sustainable garden Head Brewery is already being director of horticulture, and a
boro, will open to the public created for the benefit and Adjacent to the Meadow used to educate both students lecture on the gardens’ creation
with a series of special events enjoyment of all. It will serve as Garden is the Woodland Gar- and the public about aquatic by Ray Sander, DBG president,
the week of Monday, Sept. 16. a tourist and educational des- den, where guests can enjoy species and the importance Wednesday, Sept. 18; and garden
tination for Sussex County and a peaceful three-quarter-mile of wetlands. Opening events tours and the ribbon cutting
An official ribbon cutting surrounding areas. walk along paths bordering include a dinner Thursday, Sept.
with the Bethany-Fenwick the banks of Pepper Creek. 12, which is a ticketed event; »Sept. 19.
Area Chamber of Commerce, World-renowned designer The Folly Garden is a unique guided tours and the release of For more information, go to
Southern Delaware Tourism Piet Oudolf has created a two- coastal garden built on the site ladybugs at the welcome center
and partners will take place at acre Meadow Garden as the of the 20th century farmhouse Monday, Sept. 16; guided tours opening and
1 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 19. The centerpiece of the property. The that was originally located on


DELAWARE BOTANIC GARDENS has transformed this field near Dagsboro. A grassy mound in the center of the DBG Meadow Garden allows visitors to
gain a broader view of the plantings.

Shakespeare Festival London trip raffle to benefit library

In conjunction with its ers Tim Southerst and Andrea the Arsenal buildings. For a for $100. The drawing of the benefit the Lewes Public Li-
Shakespeare Festival, the Lewes Spuck. The prize also includes closer look at the apartment and winning ticket will take place brary’s many free programs and
Public Library is holding a raffle $1,000 spending money. Travel its surroundings, go to Home- Saturday, Sept. 21, after Brown services.
for a dream vacation of a week costs are excluded. Property #444777. Box Theatre’s production of
in a beautiful London apartment Shakespeare’s “Measure for For complete details on the
with $1,000 cash to spend. The two-bedroom, two- Tickets may be purchased Measure” at the library. raffle and the Shakespeare Festi-
bathroom apartment is located at the library and are $20 for val, go to or
The week’s stay at a London on the top floor in the historic one, three for $50, or seven All proceeds from the raffle call 302-645-2733. 
apartment is  donated by Lewes Royal Arsenal complex with
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Coastal Taproom to replace He was bought out by LaVida still be there. She said she’ll be
Gray Hare Tavern on Route 24 Hospitality in January. putting her marketing degree to
good use.
Lincoln and Cassie Rogerson finishing renovations Lincoln said he’s worked in
restaurants, but he’s always Cassie said the goal is to cre-
By Chris Flood located. tap and they are considering liked the nightlife associated ate a place where everybody
[email protected] The Rogersons purchased the a house cocktail on tap, said with a tavern. It’s a place where feels comfortable. It’s going to
Cassie. “We’re going to step up food isn’t the priority, and hav- be bigger and brighter, but this
When it’s finished, the inte- bar from longtime Gray Hare the drink menu,” she said, add- ing a good time is, he said. place will be all-inclusive, she
rior of the Cape Region’s newest Tavern owners Bill and Debra ing they’re removing three of said.
tavern, Coastal Taproom, will Sharp earlier this summer. four pool tables, but bringing in Gray Hare Tavern is the sec-
look nothing like the Gray Hare They said there was thought a ping-pong table and a shuffle- ond tavern Lincoln has bought The Rogersons said Coastal
Tavern it’s replacing. For now of staying open, but they knew board table. from Sharp, who owned the Taproom will be open seven
though, all that owners Lincoln they wanted to do renovations, club Porky’s before it turned days a week, and they plan to
and Cassie Rogerson can see is so they closed for the month of There may be people with into Epoch. Lincoln said he and have live entertainment five
how much work needs to get August to get the work done. more experience owning and Sharp have been friends for a nights a week. Hours of op-
done in the few short weeks operating a tavern in the Cape long time. He said they always eration will be 3 p.m. to 1 a.m.,
before reopening. There’s going At this point, most of the Region than Lincoln, but there talked about him taking over the Monday through Friday, and
to be a new stage built with a demolition is complete. Gone aren’t many. This is his third Gray Hare spot when the time noon to 1 a.m., Saturday and
great lighting and sound system, are the floor-to-ceiling wall that alcohol-only establishment. In was right. Sunday. For more information
lots of TVs, a new bartop, new separated the bar in two and the the early 2000s, he was part of on Coastal Taproom, 18766 John
lighting, a fresh coat of paint smoke-stained tiles of the drop the ownership group that ran Cassie is a Realtor by trade, J. Williams Highway, Rehoboth,
and more, said Cassie, while ceiling. It just feels a lot bigger Epoch Night Club in Wilming- but has years of experience call 302-645-9911. The expected
pointing to where things will be in here, said Lincoln. ton. After a couple of years, he managing Nalu in Dewey Beach. opening date is Thursday, Sept.
sold his portion of that business She said Coastal Taproom is 19.
There will be more than a and moved to the beach full Lincoln’s venture, but she’ll
dozen beers on tap, wine on time, becoming the managing
owner of Big Chill Surf Cantina.


UNDER THE NAME Coastal Taproom, the expected reopening of the bar is Husband and wife team Lincoln and
middle of September. Cassie Rogerson.

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in the October 25th edition

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Peninsula Gallery features water photographer

As part of the Water, Water first assignment at school. Fast as the surfing community, Funk,
exhibit opens Saturday, Sept. 7, forward nine years and, fresh more often than not, is first out
at Peninsula Gallery in Lewes, out of Coast Guard Academy, in the lineup and will stay out in
Christa Funk from Hawaii will she was posted to Hawaii where the water longer than others in
show a series of surfing and she had the opportunity to learn order to secure a unique shot.
underwater photographs, all to surf.
printed on aluminum. Her work Her images in the show re-
has been featured several times While there she became inter- ally tell a story, particularly for
in Freesurf Magazine and on ested in surf photography. After those unfamiliar with the surf
Surfline’s website, amongst finishing her time in the Coast of Hawaii, in a sequence which
others. Guard, she transitioned to being starts with a relatively calm
a full-time photographer. ocean, moves to huge curling
Funk grew up as a competi- waves and on to surfers riding
tive swimmer. She was handed Hard work, a punishing those waves. Then just to top it
an SLR camera in 2003 and was fitness regime, discipline and all off, she goes under the waves
immediately captured after be- courage have got her to her to film dolphins, goat fish and
ing awarded an A grade for her standing in the industry. Greatly strange rock formations.
respected by her peers as well

“Sapphire Magic,” photograph by Christa Funk, Peninsula Gallery exhibitor.

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Overfalls sundowner
party set Sept. 13

The Overfalls Foundation tours scheduled for the public
invites the community to and by arrangement for schools
celebrate another successful and other private groups. The
summer season with a sund- Dirty Hands Gang does main-
owner closing party from 5 to tenance and repair work on the
7 p.m., Friday, Sept. 13, on the ship on a weekly basis, while
lightship grounds. other members staff the ship’s
store. New members are always
Food trucks will provide re- welcome, and a variety of
freshments, and music and door volunteer jobs offer the oppor-
prizes will add to the festivities. tunity to try a new experience
or utilize a current skill while
Other fall activities include meeting a dynamic and friendly
a presentation on menhaden group of people, and partici-
fishing at the Friday, Oct. 11 pate in the Lewes community.
meeting, and another presenta- The Overfalls is a 100 percent
tion on the moon landing at the volunteer-run organization.
Friday, Nov. 8 meeting. Meet-
ings are held at 7 p.m. at St. For more information, go to
Peter’s Church hall in Lewes. or visit the
Light refreshments are served, lightship berth next to Lewes
and all are welcome. Canalfront Park.

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• Bottle & Cork: 1807 Highway One. p.m. to 12:30 a.m.; Thursday, Sept. 12 - Ed McCormick, 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. 302-684- are Mama’s Black Sheep. The duo will perform Friday and Saturday, Sept. 6-7,
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- Taco Toss featuring Blue Label, DJ Hugh p.m.; Wednesdays - Sean “Spiffy” Styles, 5 to 9:30 p.m.; Wednesdays - Pamela Stanley, Case Blues, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.; Sunday, Sept. 6 - Bryan Scar, 8 to 11 p.m.; Friday,
and DJ Red Fox; Saturdays - DJ Red Fox, 1 to 8 p.m.; Thursdays - Keith White & Neil 6 to 8:30 p.m.; Thursdays - Pamela Stanley, Sept. 8 - Reggae Rock Autism, 11 a.m., (tick- Sept. 27 - 2nd Time Around, 8 to 11 p.m.
p.m., DJ Andrew Hugh, 5 to 9 p.m. and DJ or Samantha Seider, 5 to 8 p.m.; Sundays - 6 to 8:30 p.m. and Karaoke, 8:30 p.m.; ets, $50). 302-212-5355. 302-278-7433.
Scooter, 9 p.m. to midnight; Sundays - Jefe, Matt Lafferty, 5 p.m.; Wednesday, Sept. 18 - Fridays - Spotlight Show, 9:45 to 11 p.m. • 1776: Midway Shopping Center. Fridays
Jenni & Sam, 1 to 9 p.m. 302-226-8673. Sweet Soul Music Dance Party, 7 to 10 p.m. and music & video experience featuring • The Big Chill Surf Cantina: 19406 and Saturdays - Bernard Sweetney, 7 to 10
• Rusty Rudder: Dickinson Avenue and the 302-291-2163. DJ/VJ Evan, 11 p.m. to midnight; Saturdays Coastal Hwy. Sundays - Lower Case Blues, p.m.; Sundays - Nick Wayne, 5 to 8 p.m.
bay. Friday, Sept. 6 - Rick Arzt, 2 p.m., Joey LONG NECK - Legends Show, 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. and 4 to 7 p.m.; Saturday, Sept. 7 - Cantina’s 302-645-9355.
DeNoble Duo, 5 p.m. and Kono Nation, 5 • Amvets Post 2: 32592 Long Neck Rd. music & video experience featuring DJ/VJ 8th Birthday Party, 1 p.m. to midnight. 302- • Summer House: 228 Rehoboth Ave.
p.m.; Saturday, Sept. 7 - Up All Night Duo, 2 Mondays - Dancing with Krista Lee, 7 to Evan, 11 p.m. to midnight; Sundays - Brunch 227-5568. Saturdays - live acoustic music with Joe
p.m., The Stims, 5 p.m. and Split Decision, 9 9 p.m.; Tuesdays - Hot Shots, 6:30 p.m.; with Carey Smith, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Daphne, 9 to 11 p.m. 302-227-3895.
p.m.; Sunday, Sept. 8 - The Everafter, 2 p.m. Wednesdays - Trivia at the Upstairs Bar, Sunday Tea with Pamala Stanley, 6 to 8:30 • The Cultured Pearl Restaurant & Sushi
and Cara & Steve, 5 p.m.; Monday, Sept. 9 - 6 p.m.; Thursdays - Hot Shots, 2 p.m. and p.m. and Climax with Magnolia, 9:30 to Bar: 301 Rehoboth Ave. Friday, Sept. 6 - 2nd • Victoria's Restaurant: Boardwalk Plaza,
Marielle & Sam, 3 p.m. 302-227-3888. Karaoke with Conrad, 7 p.m.; Fridays - Open 10:30 p.m. 302-227-6515. Time Around, 8 to 11 p.m.; Friday, Sept. 13 Olive Ave. Tuesdays - Keith Mack on solo
• Starboard: 2009 Highway One. Jukebox, 5 p.m.; Sundays - Mingo, 4 to 6 • Bluecoast Seafood Grill & Raw Bar: - Tommy Edwards, 7 to 10 p.m. 302-227- acoustic guitar in the Plaza Pub, 5 to 8 p.m;
Wednesdays - Lost in Paris, 10 p.m.; p.m. 302-945-2599. 30115 Veterans Way. Friday, Sept. 6 - Hot 8493. Wednesdays - Keith Mack in the Plaza Pub,
Thursdays - Bingo Night, 9 p.m.; Saturday, • Paradise Grill: 27344 Bay Rd. Thursdays Sauce Band; Saturday, Sept. 7 - Christine 5 to 8 p.m.; Saturdays - Jeff Irwin solo, 6 to
Sept. 7 - Acoustic Mayhem, 2 p.m. and - Captain Mike, 6 to 10 p.m., Lagoon Stage; Havrilla; Friday, Sept. 13 - Bobby Lee Jones • The Fork & Flask at Nage: 1904 Coastal 10 p.m.; Sundays - piano and bass with Jeff
Muscle Movement Foundation 5k After- Fridays - The Girlfriends, 5 to 9 p.m., Lagoon & The Duke. 302-278-7395. Hwy. Saturday, Sept. 21 - Brunch with the Irwin for Sunday Brunch, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
party. 302-227-4600. Stage; Saturdays - Clifford Keith Duo, 3 to • Café Azafran: 18 Baltimore Ave. Band featuring 2nd Time Around, 11 a.m. to 302-227-0615.
LEWES 7 p.m., Raw Bar Stage; Sundays - Love Seed Thursdays - Holly Lane and John Flynn, 6:30 2 p.m. 302-567-5978. • Zogg's: 1 Wilmington Ave. Everyday but
• Bethany Blues: 18385 Coastal Highway. Trio, 2 to 6 p.m., Lagoon Stage; Friday, Sept. to 9:30 p.m. 302-227-8100. Fridays - live music 6 to 9 p.m.; Fridays
Mondays - Mingo Night, 6:30 p.m.; 6 - Lima Bean Riot, 6 to 11 p.m., Beach Stage • Casa DiLeo: 37169 Rehoboth Ave. • The Pond: South First Street. Tuesdays - Matt Lafferty, 6-9 p.m.; Saturdays and
Thursdays - Let's Do Trivia, 7 p.m.; Friday, and The Chrome Wheels, 6 to 10 p.m., Raw Mondays - David Aman & friends, 6 to 9 - Let’s Do Speed Bingo, 6:30 p.m. and Sundays - rotation of acoustic local musi-
Sept. 6 - Slim & Perkolators, 8:30 p.m.; Bar Stage; Saturday, Sept. 7 - Lower Case p.m.; Wednesdays - Open-mic Night, 7 to Karaoke Night, 9:30 p.m.; Wednesdays - cians, 9 p.m. to midnight. 302-227-7660.
Saturday, Sept. 7 - Chrome Wheels, Blues, 3 to 7 p.m., Lagoon Stage, Captain 10 p.m. 302-226-8660. Survey Sez, 6:30 p.m. and Open-mic Night,
8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, Sept. 11 - Nate Mike, 7 to 11 p.m., Raw Bar Stage and Triple • Chesapeake & Maine: 316 Rehoboth Ave. 10 p.m.; Thursdays - Trivia Challenge, 7
McCormick, 7 p.m.; Friday, Sept. 13 - Ghost Rail Turn, 7 to 11 p.m., Beach Stage; Tuesday, Fridays - Bruce Anthony, 5 to 8 p.m.; Friday, p.m.; Sundays - Lower Case Blues, 10 p.m.;
Light Radio Show, 8 p.m. 302-644-2500. Sept. 10 - The Chrome Wheels, 6 to 10 p.m., Sept. 20 - Bruce & Sam, 5 to 8 p.m. 302- Friday, Sept. 6 - Mama’s Black Sheep, 6 p.m.
• Crooked Hammock: 16989 Kings Hwy. Lagoon Stage; Friday, Sept. 13 - Mike Hines 226-3600.
Friday, Sept. 6 - Junior Review, 4 to 7 p.m.; & The Look, 7 to 11 p.m., Beach Stage. 302- • Conch Island Key West Bar & Grill: 207
Saturday, Sept. 7 - The Chrome Wheels, 945-4500. Rehoboth Ave. Friday, Sept. 6 - Matt Avery,
4 to 7 p.m.; Friday, Sept. 13 - The Brews • Paradise Pub: 34814 Long Neck Rd. 8:30 p.m.; Saturday, Sept. 7 - Matt Avery,
Brothers, 4 to 7 p.m. 302-644-7837. Mondays - Mingo; Tuesdays - Trivia, 6 p.m.; 8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, Sept. 11 - Polka
• Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille: Friday, Sept. 6 - Electric Velvet, 6 to 10 p.m. Motion; Friday, Sept. 13 - Matt Avery, 8:30
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Jake & Elwood, 7 to 10 p.m.; Friday, Sept. 6 - 302-664-2874. • Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats: 320
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Thank you, video games Thank you for allowing me during the credits and saying, tragic happens because it is the
to feel emotions I’ve never felt “this is why I love video games.” most misunderstood entertain-
PLAY Thank you for giving me from any other entertainment That still holds true. My experi- ment medium. No one blames
so many amazing oppor- medium. ence with thatgamecompany’s TV or movies anymore because
CASSIE GOTTO WHITE tunities, like writing this Journey is one I’ll never truly almost everyone watches some
column. Thank you to my aunt Teresa be able to articulate. I highly form of television or cinema.
for giving me my cousin’s NES recommend you play that game They blame games because
Thank you for opening my Top Loader when he no longer if you haven’t yet; it is truly one they are still seen as this elusive
heart and my mind to new wanted it. of a kind. form of entertainment that has
ideas. no purpose. Prove them wrong.
Thank you to everyone who Know someone who says they Show them the beauty of this
Thank you for allowing me has ever appeared in the credits don’t like video games? Some- medium. There is truly nothing
to experience storytelling in a of a video game. Whether you one who has never played one else like it.
way I never could have imag- know it for not, you are making (or maybe hasn’t played one
ined when I played Super Mario a demonstrative impact on the since Pong)? Let them watch Thank you to everyone who
Bros. and Battletoads on the world around you. you play a game like God of has read this column this year
NES. War. Let them watch you play and over the past seven years. I
It’s hard for me to put into The Last of Us, Uncharted, am truly grateful for your sup-
Thank you for all the amaz- words how much video games Metal Gear Solid. Maybe let port. Thank you for allowing me
ing memories of playing Mario mean to me. Games like Un- them try a game like Telltale’s to share my love of games with
Party with my friends. charted and Life is Strange have The Wolf Among Us or The you.
made me laugh hysterically, but Walking Dead. Video games get
Thank you for always being also cry like a baby. I’ll never a bad rap every time something Until next time, follow me on Twitter - @
there for me during the darkest forget the first time I beat Life is cgottowhite.
periods of my life. Strange - I remember clapping


Milton Farmers Market to continue Fridays through Oct. 18

Responding to swelling more chances for patrons to son Oct. 18. Under the market's ers Market," said Mike Isabell, At the market, 20 vendors sell
crowds and strong sales at its find fruits, vegetables and other new community tent, Beebe market director. "By adding everything from locally raised
summertime markets, Milton goods from vendors like Back- Healthcare will share resources two more Fridays in October to fruits and vegetables to home-
Farmers Market is extending the yard Jams & Jellies, T.S. Smith Oct. 11. The Milton Garden the 2019 season, we can keep a made pastries, artisanal soaps,
2019 season, giving foodies two & Sons, Stag Run Farm, Nash's Club's work will be showcased good thing going, and help bring organic meats, wild-caught
more weeks to seek out fresh Veggies and Nana's Delights. Oct. 18. fresh fall flavors to the Cape salmon, kettle corn and fudge.
produce, locally made gifts and Region." The Milton Farmers Most vendors at the market ac-
delectable treats in Milton. An extended season also As previously planned, the Market takes place from 3 to 6 cept credit cards in addition to
means more chances to hear Milton Farmers Market will p.m., Fridays at 6 Village Center cash. There is free parking, and
The last market had been live music at the market, celebrate Oktoberfest Oct. 4. Blvd. in Milton, next to Dogfish Slo & Lo BBQ serves delicious
set for Oct. 4, but organizers with Dave Aman to take the Head Craft Brewery. meals.
have just added market dates stage  Oct. 11 and Hot Sauce "This has been a superb
Friday, Oct. 11 and 18, providing wrapping up 2019's market sea- summer for both vendors and
customers at the Milton Farm-

Hours: Tue. - Fri. 10-5 • Sat. 10-4 • Closed Sun. & Mon.

Freshly Squeezed & Locally Grown


Fresh sweet corn from Evans Farms is displayed on a summer Friday at Milton Farmers Market.

Bow Tie & Barefoot bash set Sept. 14

Clear Space Theatre’s an- bringing live theater and arts which makes possible Clear Breakfast
nual Bow Tie & Barefoot Bash education to our area.” Space’s success as a theatre 8AMLu- n3cPMh
will open with a reception at company and as a leader in arts
6 p.m., followed by dinner at 7 Clear Space Executive Direc- education programming.”   DAILY
p.m., Saturday, Sept. 14, at Kings tor Wesley Paulson said, “Bow Kids’ Menu, Too!
Creek Country Club in Re- Tie & Barefoot is a wonderful General admission tickets for
hoboth Beach. event. We have a great time Bow Tie & Barefoot are $150; 302.644.8400
dining and honoring our award tables for 10 at $1,500 and VIP 329 Savannah Rd, Lewes
That means it will be time for winners, and even get to enjoy tables at $2,000 are still avail-
people to break out their favor- a preview of what’s to come in able. For more information
ite frocks and glittery flip-flops the 2020 season. and to purchase tickets, go to
or their best Bermuda shorts or call
and sequined ties. This celebratory evening pays 302-227-2270.
tribute to the entire community
Beach meets street in a
creative, casual, formal, festive, Happy Hour
fashion mash-up. The event
celebrates a fabulous summer EVERY DAY 4-6PM
season and serves to introduce
the 2020 season. Live Music

Festivities will include an FRI-SUN
open bar and buffet dinner; cast
members from Clear Space’s
company of actors will enter-
tain with previews of the 2020
theatre offerings. 

The evening also will include
a tribute to this year’s win-
ners of the annual Spotlight
Awards: Spotlight on Advocacy:
Alice and Al Willis; Spotlight on
Volunteer Service: Carolyn and
Jerry Strum; Spotlight on Artis-
tic Endeavors: Eddy Seger.

Carl Schloegel, chair of the
Clear Space board of directors,
said, “We are excited to honor
this year’s award winners. The
breadth of the awards – from
advocacy to volunteer service
to artistry – underscores the
breadth of support, commit-
ment and talent required to
sustain a successful regional
theatre company. Clear Space
– indeed, our entire region
– benefits enormously from
these individuals’ dedication to


The colors of the Boardwalk

The Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk comes alive at night with a kaleidoscope of colors. From the rides and games at Funland to the shops along the
famous boards, nighttime is always a special time.

Photos by Ron MacArthur


Rehoboth Art League to

open new exhibits Sept. 6

Gallery talk set Sept. 7 at Henlopen Acres campus

The Rehoboth Art League and-forth resulting from forms from Canada, Florida, Alabama, ”Iron Age Tools,” photography, Andy Gordon.
will hold an opening reception and colors reacting to each Maryland, New York and New
for for five new exhibitions other like music. She exhibits in Jersey has been meeting since AUTHENTIC BRITISH
from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, Sept. 6, Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylva- 2013. The creative and experi- FISH & CHIP SHOPS
on its historic Henlopen Acres nia and Washington, D.C. Evans mental ceramic work in this
campus. has artwork in numerous public exhibition is the culmination 24 REHOBOTH AVE. 18388 COASTAL HWY.
and private collections, includ- of each artist’s creative journey Downtown · Rehoboth Beach Lewes
In the Corkran Gallery, Paint- ing the National Museum of over the past five years. They
ings and Drawings from Nature, Women in the Arts, the Dela- each have a distinctive artistic Sun. - Thur. 11:30 - 8 Sun. - Thur. 11 - 9
works by Mary Page Evans, is ware Art Museum and the State vision, ranging from functional Fri. & Sat. 11:30 - 9 Fri. & Sat. 11 - 10
an exhibition that draws from Museum of Pennsylvania. to sculptural, narrative to ab-
nature and showcases painted stract, lyrical to playful. 302.226.1044 302.644.2250
landscapes meant to capture Also opening that evening
their locale, the time of day and is Recent Work by the Journey Going Deeper: Finding the In-
quality of light. In her work, Clay Collective. This diverse spiration from Within, works by
Evans strives for a visual back- group of ceramists coming Karen Burns, will be on display
”Wave of Lotus,” acrylic, Kong Ho. ”Green Horsehair Vase,” pottery, Roz in the Ventures Gallery. In her
Weinberger. work, Burns experiments with
intention, prayer and music as a
springboard for creating digital TRULY BRITISH
work that inspires individuals to THROUGH & THROUGH
grow and explore all that they
can be. She is a local mixed-me-
dia artist specializing in digital
art who uses photographs, per-
sonal paintings, scanned images,
and bits of ephemera to create
layered digital images that she
prints onto canvas or paper.
Her work has been published in
online magazines and displayed
in numerous solo and group
exhibitions and galleries in
Delaware, Maryland and North

Continued on page 25

“White Terrain Shouldered Spun Ves- “Mid Summer Hollyhocks,” oil, Mary
sel,” clay, Martie Geiger-Ho. Page Evans.

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work 2 hours a week making for Meals on Wheels Lewes- step up to the plate for our local at Rehoboth Beach Country
a round trip of 25 to 40 miles Rehoboth. Fees for the event are homebound seniors. Club. Tickets may be purchased
to deliver 10 to 20 meals. Since $175 per player and $650 for a by calling 302-645-7449 or
1995, Meals on Wheels Lewes- foursome. It includes green fee, In many cases, Meals on online at www.MealsonWheels-
Rehoboth has delivered well cart, a gift bag, beverages on the Wheels Lewes-Rehoboth is the
over a million hot meals to course (must stay hydrated!), sole source of outside contact
deserving seniors. Several years lunch and an awards ceremony for the homebound. The system The Rehoboth Foodie also writes The
ago, when Meals on Wheels afterwards. The kicker? Every also contains healthcare costs Business of Eating column every Friday in the
Lewes-Rehoboth found itself penny earned stays right here by helping clients avoid insti- Cape Gazette under the pseudonym “Bob
without a food preparation facil- in Sussex County to help Meals tutionalized living. Be a part of Yesbek.” The two of them have never been
ity, SoDel Concepts restaurant on Wheels Lewes-Rehoboth this great service and join the seen in the same place at the same time. Just
group stepped in to provide the fun on Monday, September 16th sayin’.
creation, cooking and packag-
STEPPIN’ UP ing of the daily meals in the
TO THE PLATE huge commercial kitchen at
Fish On in the Villages of Five
REHOBOTH FOODIE Points. Every weekday morning
the popular restaurant bustles
Iam honored to serve on with drivers, cooks, packers and
the board of directors for organizers.
Meals on Wheels Lewes-
Rehoboth. Founded in 1970, this So what does all this have to
exclusively Sussex charity holds do with Steppin’ up to the Plate?
the distinction of being the first One of the longest-running
home-delivered meal program charity events in Sussex County
in the state of Delaware. And it’s is the Harry Derrickson Me-
still going strong today. morial Golf Tournament. On
Monday, September 16th, the
The daily meal delivery is an 42nd annual extravaganza kicks
intricate ballet performed by off at Rehoboth Beach Country
office staff, cooks, packers and Club with a lunchtime regis-
drivers – almost all of them vol- tration followed by a shotgun
unteers. Most of the 125 drivers start. An army of foursomes
will spill out onto the course at
RBCC to swing, drive and putt


Every year, Cape Gazette teams up with and other gen-
erous sponsors to benefit Meals on Wheels Lewes-Rehoboth through Coast-
al Delaware Restaurant Week. Participants in this year’s check presentation
are (l-r) Cape Gazette Co-Publisher and General Manager Chris Rausch; Clark
Service Group President and CEO Glenn Clark Jr.; Meals on Wheels Lewes-Re-
hoboth board members Harry Papaleo and David Humes; Meals on Wheels
Executive Director Kathy Keuski; Governing Board President John Wolfle; and
board member Bob Yesbek of

Milton Arts Guild to host
creative open studio Sept. 6

Milton Arts Guild will host its are encouraged and welcome
weekly open studio with a video to create their own art during
and discussion about creativity this time. There is a $5 cost per
from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday, person to offset room rental.
Sept. 6. Arriving early to claim a seat is
As fall approaches, the guild
is rebooting the open studio Coffee, tea, and snacks will be
program. Assorted supplies and provided.
informal help will be available
for doodling, drawing, water- Milton Arts Guild’s regular
color painting, iris paper folding gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 3
and collage making. Attendee p.m., Wednesday to Saturday, at
310 Walnut St., Milton.


Admission is free for youth at and ensembles that provide
Coastal Concerts performances exciting and memorable enter-
tainment in a relaxed, informal
Coastal Concerts invites free, call 888-212-6458. Tickets setting. Performances are held
adults to bring children 18 and sell for $35 each for most perfor- at the Bethel United Methodist
under to its performances free mances, so getting them free is Church Hall, Fourth and Market
of charge.  quite a savings. streets, Lewes. For the current
season's schedule and more
To preregister for a child and Each season, concerts include information, go to coastalcon-
accompanying adult to attend world-class classical soloists 

”Discovering,” archival digital print on metal, Karen Burns.

RAL professionally trained in both
Chinese and Western visual art.
Continued from page 23
Carolina. Featured in the Peter Marsh
Homestead is Mindful Focus,
In the Tubbs Gallery will works by Andy Gordon. His
be a two-person exhibition, photographs are abstract, and
A Slice of Space: A Stroke in each piece shares an intense
Time, works by Dr. Martie focus, minimization and search
Geiger-Ho and Kong Ho. It will for unique elements. Gordon
showcase Martie Geiger-Ho’s specializes in abstract and mini-
Terraformation Series of vessels malist images ranging from tiny
in conjunction with Kong Ho’s objects to landscapes.
Luminosity Series of floral-spi-
ral paintings. Though they use He uses advanced imaging
different mediums and styles, techniques to capture high
the artist couple connects levels of detail and depth,
through the content of their emphasizing the shape, form
artwork, finding inspiration in and texture of his subjects.
the natural beauty of their living He received formal training
environment, which is close to at the College of Imaging Arts
the South China Sea. and Sciences at the Rochester
Institute of Technology, where
Ho will give a gallery talk at he earned a bachelor of arts
2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 7, on the degree in photojournalism and
art league’s campus. Attendees a master of science in printing
will hear about his practice technology.
and creative process, and
how he utilizes his bicultural Rehoboth Art League is
background as a teaching artist at 12 Dodds Lane, Henlopen
Acres. For more information, go
to or call

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Senior delivery dude Dan Hulse poses with two of his favorite specialty pizzas at Pete’s: The pulled pork and
the Buffalo chicken pies. Our Cape Gazette photog says they are both delicious!

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pizza (the meat cheesesteak, the
Visit any of our 7 locations. is smoked on old-style Italian
More info at the premises!), and the chicken/
the Buffalo chicken pie and the chicken, bacon & ranch specialty pie. bacon ranch wrap. Pete’s
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There’s a lot of Delaware history behind every palate.
Pete’s Steak Shop, and the restaurant’s early Pete’s Steak Shop is known for quick delivery
beginnings embody the American dream. and online ordering for both delivery and
Greek immigrants Pete and Marika Vasilikos pickup. Viewed from Coastal Highway, Pete’s
opened Pete’s luncheonette in downtown Steak Shop could be a steakhouse or a butcher
Wilmington in 1974, and the Pete’s in Rehoboth shop! But in fact, it’s home to some of the best
Marketplace center has kept the family legacy cheesesteaks, sandwiches and burgers in the
alive since 2012. Of course, the menu has Rehoboth Beach area. Not to mention the hot,
evolved with the times, adding juicy burgers, baked-to-order specialty pizzas!
gyros, homemade soups, Italian subs, pastas Pete’s Home of the Ultimate Cheesesteak is
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Chocolate tasting at Cape Henlopen State Park set Sept. 7

Event is fundraiser for education fund

It has been said that there's chase to take home. Attendees NICK ROTH PHOTO
nothing better than a good are asked not to bring their own
friend, except a good friend containers.  A tray of double chocolate brownies had people salivating at a previous tasting.
with chocolate.   the Richard and Mirth Thatcher
Co-chairs Barbara Schmidt Education Fund to help edu-
The Friends of Cape Hen- and Ashley Schmidt said there cators finance transportation
lopen State Park will host the will be raffles for a variety of for quality field trips to Cape
13th Annual Chocolate Tasting items including one for a pray- Henlopen State Park for hands-
from 1 to 4 p.m., Saturday, Sept. ing mantis figure created by on experiences with nature and
7, at the Officer’s Club in the Friends member Clyde Seibert. history that can be provided
park. Park entrance fees will be Drawings will be held through through the park’s nature center.  
in effect. the afternoon.
For more information, go to
The event features chocolate Raffle tickets will sell for $1,
candy and baked goods pre- apiece or six for $5. 
pared by local volunteers. Ad-
mission of $6 is good for six A family visit to the park
tastes. offers a wide array of activities
to help work off that chocolate
AND BAKED GOODS There are trails to suit every
PREPARED BY LOCAL walker. For a ride around the
VOLUNTEERS. ADMISSION OF park, bicycles are available
$6 IS GOOD FOR SIX TASTES. to borrow at the Bike Barn.
Children can enjoy hours of fun
Additional tastes go for 50 on the equipment in the new
cents each. Chocolate baked playground. The whole family
goods will be available for pur- can play disc golf on the course
across the street from the play-
ground. And there are several
accesses to enjoy the beach.

Proceeds will go to replenish

Master artist to HM-654181-1 $149Sunday, September 8 JazzREHOBOTH BEACH
offer workshop 12 noon - 4pm
Oct. 14-17 $219 & $2749 364 Hwy 1, FESTIVAL PROGRAM

Delaware Watercolor So- Rehoboth Beach, DE Ad deadline September 3rd.
ciety will offer a four-day 15,000 programs will be distributed
painting workshop, Chaos to Thursday, May 9 in the October 8th & 11th editions
Order, presented by nationally 11am-3pm of the Cape Gazette and available
and internationally recognized
watercolor celebrity and master 1713 Massey Blvd. at the Jazz Festival concerts.
artist Kathleen Conover from Hagerstown, MD
9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday to To advertise:
Thursday, Oct. 14 to 17, at the call 302-645-7700 or
Glade Clubhouse, 16 Glade email [email protected]
Farm Drive, Rehoboth.

Conover exhibits her work,
acts as juror and judge for
exhibitions, gives demonstra-
tions, and teaches in-depth
workshops throughout the
United States and abroad. Her
artwork has been juried into
more than 200 exhibitions,
receiving recognition for the
vision, innovative techniques
and fearless expression that
give rise to her unique designs.
Painting with openness to her
subject matter, she is guided by
intense observation and deep
personal reflection. The result
is rich symbolic layers of literal
and figurative design.

Conover presents her process
of starting a painting with color,
texture, gestural marks and lay-
ers which may seem like chaos,
but deliver vital energy that is
both fun and intuitive. To view
examples of Conover’s art, go

Only 10 spaces remain in this
workshop, open to beginner
through advanced watercolor
and acrylic artists. Cost for
DWS members is $425 and for
nonmembers $475. To register,
go to delawarewatercolorsoci- For information, contact
Elizabeth Collard at 302-645-



THE white, gracefully moving around GENE BLEILE PHOTOS
19TH the course late at night. For
HOLE those golfers who don’t vacate Hooper’s Landing Golf Course is located at 1019 West Locust Street in Seaford. Call 302-629-2890 for tee times.
the parking lot until dark, she Hole number one is par four, which plays 380 yards from the blue tees, down to 342 yards from the red tees.
GENE BLEILE often passes right through
their windshields. (There’s no Hole number five is par four, which plays 423 yards from the blue tees, down to 309 from the red tees.t
Just like the major retailers mention of total alcohol con-
who display Halloween mer- sumption during the numerous Hole number 13 is a par five, which plays 534 yards from the blue tees, down to 397 yards from the red tees.
chandise in early September, sightings.)
I am going to give you some
golfing/ ghost stories a month Ghost Story No. 3
in advance to start your fall sea- Meet the White Witch of
son, since this is the last issue
of the Beach Paper for 2019. My Rose Hall, a ghost located on
favorite golf/ghost story is actu- the course at The Ritz-Carlton
ally the movie The Legend of White Witch Golf Course, Mon-
Bagger Vance, but listed below tego Bay, Jamaica. Annie Palmer
are a few unbelievable ghostly practiced voodoo on the 6,000
happenings that might give you acre estate in the early 1800s
a laugh or a fright on a cold, and was killed by her slaves
dark, spooky night. during a rebellion in 1830. She
was found murdered in her bed
To recap the movie, Will and to this day haunts the bed-
Smith plays Bagger Vance, a room, stairway and grounds of
ghost-like figure who appears the Great House known as Rose
out of the night as Rannulph Hall (if you stay in that room on
Junnah (Matt Damon) tries to a golf getaway, don’t forget to
find his swing hitting golf balls ask for the AAA discount).
by the light of a lantern. Bagger
is a cross between the old TV Ghost Story No. 4
show “Touched by an Angel” Going back to Canada and the
and Doctor Phil, as he guides
Captain Junnah to the unbeliev- Fort MacLeod Golf Club located
able finish in a three-way golf in Alberta, we meet two ghosts
match with him, Bobby Jones that keep “hanging” around the
and Walter Hagan. course. No one cared that the
Ghost Story No. 1 course was built on the site of a
Royal Mounted Police fort, until
Strange sightings have been late one night when the ghosts
reported on the Galloping Hill appeared for the first time.
Golf Course located in Ke-
nilworth, New Jersey, especially In the early 1900s, two smug-
at night. Several people claim glers were tried, convicted
they have seen a headless horse- and hanged on the site of the
man ride across the course in current second tee box on the
full battle gear, brandishing his course. And to make matters
sword. It is believed that this worse, they were buried some-
“ghost” might be a Hessian where under the first fairway
soldier who fought and died (talk about a bad lie). On
during a battle of the Revo- overcast days and dark moon-
lutionary War. Ghost Hunter less nights, they can be seen
Dennis Hauk believes he may “hanging around the trees and
be the inspiration for the head- floating over the fairway.”
less horseman, in Washington
Irving’s tale, “The Legend of Calling all Sussex County golfers
Sleepy Hollow.” Highlighted this week is
Ghost Story No. 2
Hooper’s Landing Golf Course
If you ever play a round at I am co-coordinator for the
The Victoria Golf Course in
British Columbia, make sure Seaford Swimming Associa-
you are done and out of the tion’s First Annual Golf Tourna-
parking lot before dark. It is ment on Oct. 26th (rain date
believed that the ghost of Doris Nov. 2) at my home course,
Gravlin, who was killed on the Hooper’s landing in Seaford,
golf course by her husband (and DE. This is a capital improve-
then buried in the sand trap ment fundraiser for this non-
near the 7th green … and you profit organization for those
think you have trouble getting sponsors and golfers who wish
out of a trap!) haunts the course to participate.
and parking lot.
The tournament will include
Her spirit is often seen as a prizes: longest drive, closest to
floating figure dressed all in the hole, team low gross in a
scramble format, for men and
women golfers. There will also
be lunch and a putting contest.
Email me at: [email protected]
com for more info and the non-
profit tax ID, business sponsor
or team registration form.

Follow Bleile’s column at: beachpaper.
com and see his fine art photography at


breathtaking. beautiful. brilliant.


Described as one of America’s truly great golf courses, Baywood Greens
is a public 18-hole championship course. Manicured greens, flawless

fairways, man-made ponds, timber bridges, tunnels and over 200,000
flowers, plants, shrubs and trees don’t begin to describe its beauty.

Known as the “Augusta of the North,” Baywood Greens is by far the most
visually spectacular golf course in Delaware and is consistently
ranked #1 by Golf Digest’s Best in State.

SUBMITTED PHOTOS Tyler Myers, right, regatta organizer,
with Hobie 17 class winner Bill Kast of
Tyler and Lynn Myers, left, regatta organizers, present awards to Hobie 16 Nazareth, Pa.
class winners Grace and Mark Modderman of Long Branch, N.J.

Hobie Summer Winds
Regatta lives up to name

One race cancelled
due to high wind

Lewes Yacht Club’s summer
regattas have experienced fog

and no wind. Now, the Aug.
24-25 Hobie Summer Winds

Regatta lived up to its name DIRECTIONS: From Route 1 in Lewes or Rehoboth Beach DEVELOPED BY
with Sunday’s racing cancelled take Route 24 West for approximately 8 miles. The TUNNELL COMPANIES, L.P.
because of too much wind. entrance to Baywood Greens will be on your left.

Winners of the Hobie 16 class
were Mark and Grace Modder-
man of Long Branch, N.J., who
won all four races on the first The youngest sailors in the regatta are (l-r) Ike Beam of Milton, Grant Cum- Stop missing all the fun!
day of the regatta. Bill Kast of mins of Washington, D.C., and William Burke of Milton. Not pictured is Triz-
ton Willey of Milton. Follow @BeachPaper on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest & Twitter.

Nazareth, Pa., won the Hobie
17 class and Dan Flanigan of
Rehoboth Beach won the Hobie Smith of Lewes, fourth place;
Wave class. William Burke of Milton, fifth HARVEST HAPPENINGS!
place; and Ike Beam of Milton,
Local finishers in the Wave
class included Hattie Warwick- seventh place.
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Surf fishing excellent for all
the usual summer suspects

FISHING inch striped bass at the Indian was destroyed this year.   The Thresher shark (juvenile) caught at the point in Cape Henlopen State Park. An-
REPORT River Inlet. They were fishing crew was on the point Sunday drew Hansen is helping release the shark per the rules to keep them in the wa-
for shad and bluefish, then and locked into a nice juvenile ter.  Any shark under 54 inches is not to be removed from the water. Photo by
RICH KING caught this beast. “Just caught thresher shark.  The big thresh- Stacey Chandler.
the biggest striper of my life! ers will pup near the surf, and
And POOF!  Just like that 42 inches let my 2 kids reel in the babies are hungry right from mal in many cases.  Offshore now we can come out of our
summer is over. But what I thought was shads and the get go.   action was better for larger fish summer hiding and move about
there are still plenty of blues then I asked my 13-year- and one day it was hot and the the beaches easier.  It isn't the
warm days ahead of us and lots old daughter Grace, “wanna reel Pompano in Delaware caught next day was not.   Minnows tourists that everyone hates; it is
of fish to catch. Though a mild this fish in?” She got it close surf fishing the last few days and Gulp for bait around the the ridiculous amount of traffic,
end to the season, this holiday and I see it looked like a Cobia, are much bigger than usual. inland bays and canals.  Off- and they happen to be a large
weekend wasn't without the soon as it got close took Drag! They won’t be headed home shore was larger jig heads and contributor. 
usual crazy.  Boats beached in I grabbed the rod! Catch and once summer is over. No creel cut bait strips.  I'm still waiting
federally closed sections and release.”   limits, eat all you want. These for someone to fish with the big We all know no matter what
cars stuck on the beach.  The are the biggest ones we have bladed rigs like they do in Jersey anyone did with the roads, the
worst was people running The surf was hot at the point seen in Delaware’s surf. Perfect for true doormat flounder.  It summer weekend traffic could
around the dunes at the closed once the fish got the memo it size to grill and eat. Right at the is NOT a doormat unless it is never be alleviated, you just
section of point – and when opened.  Seriously the first few beach, just clean the fish and over ten pounds and even that deal with it as best you can.
confronted, telling people, “It’s days at the point the fishing grill.  Gut it first, and clean it is considered small by most Now we rest, relax, and fish. 
okay we are local.” No, no it is was bleak, and oddly enough out. Wash out the cavity well standards. Until next season have a great
not.  The bayside area of the it picked right up on Septem- and outside of the fish with fall and winter.  Tune that gear
point is closed until October for ber first.  The feds let parks cold water. Then slice the skin The summer may be over for next year's adventurers in
shorebirds.  One would think open the point a few days early in a criss-cross pattern. You can but we have plenty of fish- the sand box.  I have a new
the tourists would be the issue, since the first fell on a holiday.  season any way you want. If the ing and fun ahead.  Known as hobby for winter, magnet fish-
but not in this case. Everyone was beyond excited to pompano is big enough filet it, second summer to the locals, ing the creeks and canals.  
get back to our favorite place to but cooking whole is the best
One angler over the Labor surf fish.     bet, especially with the smaller
Day weekend had the catch ones we are also catching in the
of a lifetime.  For this time of Surf fishing has been excel- surf. These bigger pompano are
year a rare catch to boot.   Mark lent for all the usual summer still easier to cook whole. 
Bowman caught a forty-two- suspects.  This year in par-
ticular it has been much better Anglers are catching them
than years past.  More fish to on the ocean beaches the most,
catch?  More structure for fish but some have been caught at
to feed around?  I can't call it Delaware Bay beaches. Surf
but this year has been excel- anglers at Broadkill Beach and
lent compared to the past few Beach Plum Island state park
years.  People caught fish all have caught a few. Fishbite
summer long.  The old adage no bloodworms work well with
one catches fish in the summer small hooks. DS Custom Tackle
top and bottom rigs work great.
Sand fleas and shrimp work
well for pompano too, in Florida
shrimp is the preferred bait.

Flounder fishing was tough
this year for many anglers.  It
was good in some areas and
horrible in others.  Meaning
plenty of throwback fish were
caught, but keepers were mini-

42-inch striped bass caught at the Indian River Inlet by Mark Bowman. Pompano caught in the surf at Cape Henlopen State Park. Photo by Justin Webb.


Lewes Ice House Bait & Tackle moves to Route 1

Shop is fully stocked for ocean,
fresh, pier and canal fishing

By Chris Flood couple of years, he said, but the CHRIS FLOOD PHOTO
[email protected] inventory provides opportunity
for all types of fishing – ocean, Ice House Bait & Tackle owner Les Clemmer said the move to the highway will better serve his customers.
Lewes Ice House Bait & surf, canals, piers, freshwater or
Tackle owner Les Clemmer said back bay. GAME SOLUTIONS FROM PAGE 8
the reason he moved the shop
to its new Route 1 location is Ice House also sells truck CROSSWORD SUDOKU WORD
simple. racks, sweatshirts, rain gear, SEARCH
military sunglasses and boating
“We moved to a better supplies for those times a boat
location to better serve our cus- stops working. The shop has
tomers,” said Clemmer, standing supplies for crabbing and clam-
in the store, now located in ming too.
Coastal Plaza, just a couple of
doors down from the old Bill’s “You name it, we got it,” said
Sport Shop. Clemmer.
LOCATION TO BETTER SERVE Clemmer said an advantage to
OUR CUSTOMERS.” the new location is boaters have
the parking lot to themselves
- LES CLEMMER early in the morning. Customers
can pull in with their boat, get
Owner of the vessel Martha their bait and then get moving,
Marie, Clemmer is a charter he said.
boat captain by trade. He pur-
chased the bait and tackle shop Lewes Ice House Bait and
that used to be in the Lewes Ice Tackle, 18388 Coastal Highway,
Plant in 2016. He said the new is open seven days a week.
location is 150 square feet larger, Through Labor Day, the hours
which may not sound like much, are 5 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday
but allows for clean walking through Saturday, and 5 a.m. to
aisles and better organization. 7 p.m., Sunday. Clemmer said
store hours will likely change to
“It was cluttered before,” he 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. after Labor Day.
said. “It’s a lot cleaner now.” He said hours will continue to
change as daylight changes and
Clemmer said when he pur- weather conditions allow.
chased the store it was just bait
and very little else. It’s taken a For more information call
302-645-0600 or go the Face-
book page.

Delaware’s Cape Region Forecast and Tides

Today Tonight Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

Occasional afternoon Clouds and humid; Rain and wind Sunny and pleasant Pleasant with clouds Cooler with sun and Times of clouds and Partly sunny and
rain rain late and sun clouds sun humid

High 74-78 Low 66-70 70-74 / 61-65 75-79 / 64-68 78-82 / 63-67 71-75 / 59-63 72-76 / 59-63 79-83 / 65-69
UV Index: 7
UV Index: 2 UV Index: 2 UV Index: 7 UV Index: 6 UV Index: 5 UV Index: 6

The higher the UV Index™ number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection. Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2019

Delaware Cape Region Tides Boating Forecast

Broadkill Beach Sep. 5 Sep. 6 Sep. 7 Sep. 8 Sep. 9 Sep. 10 Sep. 11 Today: Wind NE 8-16 knots. Seas 2-4 feet. Visibility
First high 2:15 a.m. 3:16 a.m. 4:22 a.m. 5:29 a.m. 6:29 a.m. 7:21 a.m. 8:05 a.m. less than 3 miles in afternoon rain.
First low 8:43 a.m. 9:41 a.m. 10:43 a.m. 11:45 a.m. 12:49 a.m. 1:41 a.m. 2:26 a.m. Friday: Wind NE 30-40 knots. Seas 10-14 feet.
Second high 3:53 p.m. 4:56 p.m. 5:58 p.m. 6:54 p.m. 7:42 p.m. 8:24 p.m. Visibility less than a mile in hurricane conditions.
Second low 9:35 p.m. 10:42 p.m. 11:48 p.m. 12:44 p.m. 1:36 p.m. 2:22 p.m. Saturday: Wind NNW 6-12 knots becoming SE. Seas
--- 3-6 feet. Visibility generally clear.
Sep. 10 Sep. 11 Sunday: Wind N 4-8 knots. Seas 1-3 feet. Visibility gen-
Cape Henlopen Sep. 5 Sep. 6 Sep. 7 Sep. 8 Sep. 9 6:59 a.m. 7:43 a.m. erally unrestricted.
First high 1:53 a.m. 2:54 a.m. 4:00 a.m. 5:07 a.m. 6:07 a.m. 12:51 a.m. 1:36 a.m. Monday: Wind NNE 6-12 knots. Seas 3-5 feet.
First low 7:53 a.m. 8:51 a.m. 9:53 a.m. 10:55 a.m. 11:54 a.m. 7:20 p.m. 8:02 p.m. Visibility generally clear.
Second high 2:29 p.m. 3:31 p.m. 4:34 p.m. 5:36 p.m. 6:32 p.m. 12:46 p.m. 1:32 p.m. Tuesday: Wind ENE 6-12 knots. Seas 2-4 feet.
Second low 8:45 p.m. 9:52 p.m. 10:58 p.m. 11:59 p.m. Visibility generally unrestricted.
--- Sep. 10 Sep. 11 Wednesday: Wind NW 4-8 knots becoming S. Seas 1-3 feet.
5:51 a.m. 6:34 a.m. Visibility generally clear.
Rehoboth Beach Sep. 5 Sep. 6 Sep. 7 Sep. 8 Sep. 9 12:06 a.m. 12:47 a.m.
First high 12:51 a.m. 1:49 a.m. 2:53 a.m. 4:00 a.m. 5:01 a.m. 6:22 p.m. 7:02 p.m.
First low 7:01 a.m. 7:57 a.m. 8:56 a.m. 9:56 a.m. 10:54 a.m. 11:48 a.m. 12:35 p.m.
Second high 1:27 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3:37 p.m. 4:41 p.m. 5:36 p.m.
Second low 7:55 p.m. 9:02 p.m. 10:09 p.m. 11:13 p.m. Sep. 10 Sep. 11
--- 6:52 a.m. 7:36 a.m.
12:40 a.m. 1:25 a.m.
Indian River Inlet Sep. 5 Sep. 6 Sep. 7 Sep. 8 Sep. 9 7:28 p.m. 8:07 p.m. Regional Summary Weather History
First high 1:47 a.m. 2:48 a.m. 3:54 a.m. 5:00 a.m. 6:00 a.m. 12:29 p.m. 1:15 p.m.
First low 7:31 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9:34 a.m. 10:38 a.m. 11:37 a.m. Mostly cloudy and breezy, a little rain Strong southwesterly
Second high 2:34 p.m. 3:41 p.m. 4:47 p.m. 5:48 p.m. 6:42 p.m. Sep. 10 Sep. 11 this afternoon; watch for coastal flooding, winds on Sept. 5, 1881,
Second low 8:33 p.m. 9:43 p.m. 10:50 p.m. 11:49 p.m. 8:42 a.m. 9:25 a.m. rough surf and beach erosion. High 76. fanned flames into a
--- 3:37 a.m. 4:18 a.m. Periods of rain tonight; windy late. Watch mammoth forest fire
9:13 p.m. 9:53 p.m. for coastal flooding, rough surf and beach on Michigan’s “thumb”
Oak Orchard Sep. 5 Sep. 6 Sep. 7 Sep. 8 Sep. 9 3:19 p.m. 4:06 p.m. erosion. Low 68. region. The fire consumed a million
First high 3:42 a.m. 4:40 a.m. 5:44 a.m. 6:51 a.m. 7:52 a.m. acres and killed over 500 people.
First low 10:32 a.m. 11:28 a.m. 12:33 a.m. 1:40 a.m. 2:44 a.m. Sep. 10 Sep. 11
Second high 4:18 p.m. 5:21 p.m. 6:28 p.m. 7:32 p.m. 8:27 p.m. 5:44 a.m. 6:27 a.m.
Second low 11:26 p.m. 12:27 p.m. 1:27 p.m. 2:25 p.m. 12:05 a.m. 12:46 a.m.
--- 6:15 p.m. 6:55 p.m.
11:47 a.m. 12:34 p.m.
Fenwick Island Sep. 5 Sep. 6 Sep. 7 Sep. 8 Sep. 9 Sun and Moon
First high 12:44 a.m. 1:42 a.m. 2:46 a.m. 3:53 a.m. 4:54 a.m. Sep. 10 Sep. 11
First low 7:00 a.m. 7:56 a.m. 8:55 a.m. 9:55 a.m. 10:53 a.m. 5:36 a.m. 6:19 a.m. Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset
Second high 1:20 p.m. 2:23 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4:34 p.m. 5:29 p.m. 11:40 a.m. 12:39 a.m. 7:25 p.m.
Second low 7:54 p.m. 9:01 p.m. 10:08 p.m. 11:12 p.m. 6:07 p.m. 6:47 p.m. Today 6:33 a.m. 7:23 p.m. Today 1:32 p.m. 11:43 p.m.
--- 12:27 p.m. Friday 6:33 a.m. 7:22 p.m. Friday 2:34 p.m. none
--- Saturday 6:34 a.m. 7:20 p.m. Saturday 3:31 p.m. 12:27 a.m.
Ocean City Sep. 5 Sep. 6 Sep. 7 Sep. 8 Sep. 9 Sunday 6:35 a.m. 7:19 p.m. Sunday 4:23 p.m. 1:16 a.m.
First high 12:36 a.m. 1:34 a.m. 2:38 a.m. 3:45 a.m. 4:46 a.m. Monday 6:36 a.m. 7:17 p.m. Monday 5:08 p.m. 2:08 a.m.
First low 6:53 a.m. 7:49 a.m. 8:48 a.m. 9:48 a.m. 10:46 a.m. Tuesday 6:37 a.m. 7:16 p.m. Tuesday 5:48 p.m. 3:03 a.m.
Second high 1:12 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 3:22 p.m. 4:26 p.m. 5:21 p.m. Wed. 6:38 a.m. Wed. 6:23 p.m. 4:00 a.m.
Second low 7:47 p.m. 8:54 p.m. 10:01 p.m. 11:05 p.m. 11:58 p.m.


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