Bulletin Board
Thursday, October 19th, 2000
Fall Harvest fest planned
Plans for the sixth annual Fall Harvest at Pepperbox on Oct. 28 are being set. The event features real horsepower and showcases turn-of-the-20th century skills and crafts. Vendors are welcome, but those with equine, antique tractor or engine, and restored vehicle interests are especially sought. Pre-registration with show organizers and farm owners Lois and Ed Evans, at 875-4971 is requested. The show opens at 10 a.m. and ends at 3 p.m.

Poet to visit Possum Hall
Wilmington College and Possum Point Players are presenting a one-woman show on the life of Emily Dickinson. Starring Salisbury resident, Patsy Felthousen, "The Belle of Amherst" will be performed on Oct. 21, at 8 p.m. at Possum Hall, in Georgetown. Tickets are $10 per person or $25 per person for the show and champagne reception. Tickets may be reserved by calling Possum Point Players' ticketline at 856-4560.

Basket Bingo planned
Seaford Elks Lodge 2458 will host a Longaberger basket bingo Friday, Oct. 20, at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Refreshments will be served. Call 629-7357 or purchase tickets at Fantasy Beauty Salon, The Mail Room, or Lynette's Beauty Array in Bridgeville.

Hunter education course set
The University of Delaware's Research & Education Center in Georgetown will hold a hunter education course Oct. 17, 18 and 19, 6:30 to 10 p.m. For details, call 323- 5336.

Holiday show tickets on sale
Possum Point Players have announced the cast for "Holiday Memories," their winter celebration of the holiday season. Members of the cast are: Jerry Mumford, Bob Kelso, Klaus Klein, Robert Naylor, Jim Hartzell, Daniel Hoffman, Wilfred Martin, John Hulse, Mary Ellen Grinolds, Barbara Abbott, Eve Dautremant, Emily Sizemore, Trawanda James, Judith Loeber, Patricia Wagner, Joel Johnson, Nina Galerstein, Anne Maloney, Aleta Thompson, Marilyn Dutton, Louise Hartzell, Eunshin Lee, Meryl Thompson, Christine Bisson, Elizabeth Bisson, Laura Belot, Billie Nichols, Candice Evans, Peyton Lynch, Jonathon Naylor, Mike Matthias, Jessica Norwood, Sydney Dodd, Alex Maloy, Tracey Bisson, Insley Fowler, Shannon Desmond, Lauren Baker, Haley Mitchell, Erica Evans and Allison Evans. "Holiday Memories" will be performed Dec. 6-10, at Possum Hall in Georgetown. Tickets are $11 each, or $9 for seniors/students for the ninth and tenth matinee performances only. Ticket reservations are being accepted at the Possum Point Players' ticketline at 856-3460.

Tax-Aide seeks volunteers
AARP Tax-Aide is looking for volunteers to help senior and low income taxpayers complete their 2000 tax forms. For details contact Bill Watt, 629-7309.

Manor House bazaar set
The Methodist Manor House, 1001 Middleford Road, Seaford, will hold its annual bazaar Wednesday, Nov. 1, from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. A chicken salad platter luncheon will be served at 12:15 for $5 per person. Sandwiches and hot dogs will be available all day. There will be booths for arts and crafts, country store, woodworking, basement bargains, used clothing and the Manor House. All proceeds go to the Benevolence Fund (financial assistance) of the Peninsula United Methodist Homes Inc. For further information call the Rev. Marie Robinson, 337-7877, or Amy Peoples, 732-9533.
Boating course planned
The Seaford Flotilla of the Coast Guard Auxiliary will offer the Delaware State Boating Course Oct. 21-28, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Nanticoke River Yacht Club, Blades. Cost is $6. For information call 629-6337.

View the fall foliage
Widowed Persons Service is sponsoring a trip to Skyline Drive and Walton's Mountain Oct. 27 to 30. Cost is $438. For details, call 629-4416. Fitness classes set to start Certified instructor Carol Lynch will start a new fitness session next week. Classes will meet Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a.m. (free childcare provided) and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m., in St. John's United Methodist Church fellowship hall. All ages and fitness levels are welcome. For details, call 629-7539.

Haunted house in Greenwood
The Greenwood Volunteer Fire Department is hosting a haunted house"= nightly from Oct. 26 through Oct. 31. The haunting begins at 6:30 each night and will last until the last victim leaves the house. Admission is $4 a body dead or alive. To get to the haunted house, from Greenwood take Delaware 16 east approximately 5 miles to Oak Road (Sussex 594). Take a right onto Oak Road and go approximately 1 and 1/2 miles. The house is on the left. Signs will be posted. Refreshments will be sold on site. For more information call 349-4529 or visit www.hauntedhouse.com.

Film fest set for November
Parties, special events, panel lectures, guest filmmakers, kids programs and 100 feature and short works from 20 countries will be featured during the annual Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival Nov. 8 through 12. Films will be shown at Rehoboth Mall Cinemas, Rt. 1, Rehoboth Beach, and other locations. Tickets are $6.50. Discount books and hotel packages are available. For information call (302) 645-9095 or visit www.rehobothfilm.com

Street Kids nail 'Dracula'
Just in time for the haunting season, Second Street Players Street Kids present the classic thriller, "Dracula." Performances are Oct. 27, 28, 29 and a Halloween production Tuesday, Oct. 31. The Friday night performance is at 8 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday matinees, 3 p.m.; Halloween night performance at 7. General admission tickets are $5 for all performances; call 422-0220 to reserve tickets. All performances are at the players' Riverfront Theatre, 2 S. Walnut St., downtown Milford. A special Street Kids presentation, the show is directed and acted by students under the guidance of members of Second Street Players. Costumes are welcome for the Oct. 31 performance; those attending will receive bags of trick or treat items. Second Street players are supported, in part, by the Delaware Division of the Arts and Sussex County Council. The Riverfront Theatre is accessible to persons with disabilities and is equipped with hearing devices for people with impaired hearing.

Alumni group selling candy
The Owens Campus Alumni Association is selling candy over the Internet. Forty percent of the cost of the candy goes to the association. To place an order, visit the Wolfgang Candy website at http://www.wolfgangcandy.com. The Owens Campus Alumni Association fund-raising account number is 0800200.

In the October 5 edition of the Star, the photo of Nightmare Market should have listed Jim Furbush, holding a scary friend, Jessie Furbush, and Alex Matthews. Nightmare Market is being held at Bargain Bills Flea Market Oct. 19-21, 26-28, 30 and 31.