Seaford Events
Thursday, November 30th, 2000
 
Seaford parade Dec. 2
The annual Christmas parade is set to march through downtown Seaford Saturday, Dec. 2, beginning at 7 p.m. The parade route is along Pennsylvania Avenue and High Street to Market Street and across the Nanticoke River bridge into Blades.

Victorian Christmas at Mansion Dec. 9, 10, 16, 17
The kitchen at the Ross Mansion takes on a festive touch for the Seaford Historical Society's fourth annual Victorian Christmas, this year to be held for two weekends, Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 9 and 10, and Dec. 16 and 17, from 1-4 p.m. each day. Cost of the tour is $4 per person payable at the door each day. The elegant 13-room Ross Mansion will be lavishly decorated by seven local florists and the local garden club. New expressions and creations will be presented with each florist doing a room different from each other and from what he or she has done before. The slave quarter, smoke house and "honeymoon cottage" gatehouse will also be open. An Arts & Crafts Boutique will be located in the Governor's office. All decorations will be removed on Monday, Dec. 18. For further information call Seaford Historical Society at 302-628-9500 or Anne Nesbitt at 628-7788.

Seaford Book Sale now through end of December
The Seaford District Library will be having a special book sale now to the end of December. Books will be $2 a bag - bring your own bag or use one of ours. Mix and match regular, large print or children's books. Please help to support this library fund raiser.
'A Christmas Carol' Dec. 18
The Seaford Public Library in cooperation with the Methodist Manor House will offer a unique father-and-son presentation of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" on Monday, Dec. 18, at 7 p.m. at the Methodist Manor House auditorium in Seaford. The father and son - both named Joe Plummer - have previously appeared together in Shakespearean drama. This marks their first Dickens collaboration. The older Plummer has performed "A Christmas Carol" as a one-man show nationwide for more than 30 years. The new two-man version is based on Dickens' own text from his reading tours of England and America. The two Joe Plummers play all 37 parts from Scrooge to Tiny Tim. The younger Plummer has just completed a run as Orlando in Shakespear's "As You Like It" at the Blue Heron Theatre off-Broadway. The presentation is made possible by a grant from the Delaware Division of the ARts. Admission is free.

Lioness host House Tour Dec. 3
The Seaford Lioness 5th Annual Christmas House Tour will be held on Sunday, Dec. 3, 1-8 p.m. Get your tickets now at Callaway, Farnell & Moore, or call 629-8427 or 629-7791. Buy your tickets now and save $1 off the price. Tour tickets are on sale for $5 until the day of the tour. They will be $6 at any house on the tour.

Seaford HOSTS program needs mentors
The HOSTS (Help One Student to Succeed) program in the Seaford School District is still looking for volunteers. If you are able to volunteer for one-half to one-hour once a week with a student, call Michelle Cummings at 628-3789. Programs are currently under way at Central and West Seaford Elementary schools, Fred Douglass, and the Seaford Middle School.