Seaford Events
Thursday, July 3, 2003
Seaford Library Events
Here is what’s happening at the Seaford District Library for the week of July 3-July 10.
  • Summer Reading Program presents a performance by C. Shells Monday, July 7, at 7 p.m. Funtime Family Music for the whole family!
  • Story Time on Wednesday at 10 a.m. for preschoolers
  • Seaford District Library will be Closed Friday, July 4
  • T1 lines have been installed! Use one of our computers and be surprised at the zippiness.
  • “Back to the Basics: The Johnny Janosik Story” is available for sale for $9.99. A Sussex County treasure. Part of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to the Library. Upcoming events:
  • La Leche League will meet Wednesday, July 16, from 6-8 p.m.
    All programs are free and open to the public.

Towne Fair Cook Book
This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the Towne & Country Fair in Seaford. The Greater Seaford Chamber of Commerce is working with the Seaford Historical Society to publish a cook book to mark this historic occasion. Anyone who has a favorite recipe or an heirloom family recipe, may send it to the Chamber. “We need at lease 200 more recipes to make this a real community success — and the deadline is fast approaching. There will be a special section for recipes of the Civil War era, including special recipes from our own Towne & Country Fair troops, 2nd MD Infantry, Co. G, CSA,” said Paula Gunsen, GSCC executive director. “We have forms in the Chamber office for you to use — or just send the recipe by mail, fax or email and we’ll put the information on the form for you.” Call Paula at 629-9690, or Jeanne Conners, committee chair, 629-4324, for more information.

Needlework Contest
Contestants are being sought for a new event taking place during the 9th Annual Nanticoke Riverfest on July 11-12, in downtown Seaford. Weir Transportation is sponsoring the Senior Needlework Contest. Three winners will be selected in each of two categories — Quilting and Needlework. You must be age 60 or older to participate and the work must be your own. This is a great opportunity for seniors to show off their talent “just for fun!” Applications are available at Seaford City Hall, 302 East King Street. For more information,c all Wendy Pinkine at 628-6008.

Concerts in the Park
Seaford Main Street announces the next in its Concerts in the Park series, free concerts at Gateway Park at High and Market streets. On July 7 there will be a Barbershop Quartet and Rosemary Stevenson clogging. The Rainy Day Four hails from the First State Harmonizers Chapter of SPEBSQSA, Inc. in Milford. The quartet totals over 100 years of Barbershopping experience and is the senior quartet of the chapter. Carlton Tull, John Webster, Tom Palmer and Jim Clements make up this group. Rosemary Stevenson started clogging when she lived out west at the age of 11. At the age of 16 Rosemary became Miss Seaford. Stevenson has entered talent contest and has come in First at the Town and Country Fair, 2nd place at the Delaware State Fair, and 2nd at the Laurel 4th of July celebration.
Business After Hours
The Greater Seaford Chamber of Commerce is holding a Business After Hours Mixer on Thursday, July 10, 5 to 7 p.m. at the Seaford Museum, 203 high St. The Mixer will be hosted by the Seaford Historical Society. RSVP the chamber at 629-9690.

SHS Class of 1988
Seaford High School Class of 1988, 15 year Class Reunion, will be held on Saturday, July 12, with a reception/registration from 2-4 p.m. at the Seaford High School. There will be light refreshments. The group will attend the annual Riverfest. Bring the whole family! Call 629-4587, ext. 240, for registration information.

SHS Class of ‘93
Seaford High School Class of 1993 is planning a 10-year reunion at the Seaford Golf & Country Club, on Saturday, Dec. 27. We are presenting compiling addresses for the SHS 1993 graduates. Please send current addresses to: SHS Class of 1993, 721 Washington Ave., Seaford, DE 19973; or

Family Music July 7
Join the Seaford District Library on Monday, July 7, at 7 p.m., for “Funtime Family Music” by “C Shells,” a musical duo also known as “Cindy & Shelly Sing.” From rock ‘n’ roll to Cajun, waltzes to ragtime, and blues to bluegrass, the delightful mix of songs and musical styles of “C Shells” will have children of all ages laughing, smiling and stamping their feet. This program is free and fun for the entire family. This program is part of The 2003 Summer Library Reading Program Performing Arts’ Series.

Atlantic City trip
The Nanticoke Senior Center is planning a trip to Atlantic City, Sept. 3-4. The trip includes: transportation by motorcoach, accommodations at the Tropicana Casino Hotel, one buffet breakfast, lunch and one buffet dinner. Admission to the show at the Tropicana, and a $10 casino bonus. Cost is $142 double occupancy; or $172 single occupancy. Included in cost: taxes and gratuities, baggage handling, driver and tour manager. A professional tour manager from Footloose Tours. Sign up now.

Three Little Bakers
Nanticoke Senior Center is planning a trip to Three Little Bakers show “The Goodbye Girl” on Wednesday, July 16, departure time is 3 p.m. Included in the trip: Motor coach transportation, great food, fabulous desserts, Cost is $50 for members, $60 for non-members. The show is set in New York City. This witty and tuneful musical is based on Neil Simon’s well-known film about an unlikely romance between a bitter single woman who has been jilted too many times and an opinionated actor who shows up on her doorstep with a lease to sublet her apartment. The musical score is by Marvin Hamlisch. Sign up early for this dinner theatre production.

Radio City Music Hall trip
Seaford Dept. of Parks & Recreation is planning its annual trip to a Radio City Music Hall show. This year’s date is Sunday, Dec. 7. The show time is at noon. The show normally lasts 1-1/2 hours. You will have free time from show’s end until 5:30 p.m. We will be leaving New York at 5:45. The first-come first-served basis is in effect. There are 46 seats available. Cost for the trip is $87 which includes show ticket and bus ticket. Bus is a motor coach. Call the recreation office at 629-6809 to register or for details.

Trip to Myrtle Beach
Methodist Manor House invites you on a Myrtle Beach Holiday on Sunday, Sept. 28, to Friday, Oct. 3. Cost is $549.95 per person, based on double occupancy. Cost includes deluxe motor coach transportation from Manor House, five nights Oceanfront accommodations, five full breakfast and five delicious dinners, three fabulous shows, side trip to historic Charleston and much more. For more information or reservations, call Dixie Carlisle at 628-5631.