Seaford Events
Thursday, July 26th, 2001
 
Seaford Library Collectibles
The Seaford Library is offering two collectible items for sale. A replica of the library has been created by Hometown Collectibles in a limited number, and would be a great addition for any Cat's Meow enthusiast. Price at $15 the back of the wooden replica describes the library's growth from 1902 to present day. Artist Jack Lewis, a resident of Bridgeville for more than 40 years, recently published a collection of his paintings entitled "A Brush With Fate," and features many Delmarva landscapes. A handful of autographed copies are available for $60, $10 of which will be donated to the library. The Seaford District Library is located at 402 Porter St. Call 629-25242.

SHS Class of 1966
The Seaford High School Class of 1966 is planning a reunion on Aug. 11. The committee has been unable to contact the following class members: Diane Abrams, Michael Addlesberger, Larry Allen, May Bowden, James Cannon, Geraldine Coleman, Linda Coverdale, Danny Fleetwood, Larry Lovell, Charles Marshall, Anne Ricketts, John Ross, Jerome Slavinskas, Wanda Smith, Linda Spangler, David Walls, Howard Wilfong, and Kathleen Wilson. Any information can be given to Bill or Darlene Mulvaney, 629-6934.

SHS Class of 1991 reunion
The Seaford High School Class of 1991 will be holding a 10-year class reunion on Friday, Nov. 23. The reunion will be held at Webster's 1801 in Salisbury. Cost is expected to be between $25-$30 per person. If you are a member of the class or know a member of the class and need more information, contact Jennifer Lisle (Tifft) at 628-7879.

Magic Show at Seaford
The Seaford Library and the members of the Harry Potter Club invite kids and their families to an afternoon of magic on Friday, July 27, at 2 p.m. Magician Michael Chamberlin will present a high energy program called, "Magic, Muggles, and You!" Come see how magic enlightens our fascination of what is real and what our imaginations can create. Using magic and music, Chamberlain features an abundance of comedy mystification along with his hilarious trademark audience participation routines - including the legendary "Fire Breathin' Smoke Belchin' Wizard Tamin' Dragon Wand. The performance is open to the public free of charge. The Seaford Library is located on 402 Porter St. For further information call 629-2524.