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Surf's up?

This goat is hanging 10 – or something like that – as it stands on a surfboard at Parsons Farms Produce, located at 30381 Armory Road near Dagsboro. Besides farm animals, the market offers a variety of fall produce, baked goods, pumpkins and gourds, and fall and Halloween decorations.

View photo gallery at capegazette.com/node/209665.

Music and rhythm find their way into the secret places of the soul

By Bob Yesbek
Greek philosopher Plato hit the perfect note with the words printed above. Though it was a disappointment when The Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival rescheduled the 2020 headliner performances, the stellar lineup will be worth the wait - especially the celebrated Canadian-American jazz-rock music group Blood, Sweat & Tears.

For over 30 years, the annual Rehoboth Jazz Festival roster of top-notch acts has made our event a national – and even international – destination for music lovers. The change in plans was even more of a blow to our local restaurants already reeling under the financial and emotional stress caused by the prolonged and increasingly arbitrary restrictions.

But music has power, and in order to keep with tradition, the Delaware Celebration of Jazz organization countered with their Mini Jazz Fest, featuring popular acts in restaurants while keeping in mind table spacing and social distancing, of course.

Read entire column at capegazette.com/node/209641.

Circular path of The Point reopens

Regular users of the path will notice a few changes since it closed in March - most notably a new sign marking a bayside shipwreck. The bright red signs, one on either side, say the shipwreck remains are from an unknown 19th century vessel, apparently destroyed during a hurricane. Nothing further is known, say the signs, which also goes on to state the shipwreck is a protected archaeological resource under state law.

More changes at capegazette.com/node/209643.

UPCOMING EVENTS
Milton Arts Guild to host Artwalk Oct. 17
Metalsmithing classes to start Oct. 17
American flag ceremony set Oct. 17
Donate market food to pantry Oct. 17
Pastel landscape painting class Oct. 17-18
Local discount for online yoga Oct. 17-18
Milton pantry to distribute food Oct. 19
White-Line Woodcut class to start Oct. 19
Bryan Allen Stevenson school fundraiser Oct. 20
‘Major Arcana’ streams through Oct. 22
‘Feasting Wild’ talk set Oct. 22
Drug take-back day at ferry Oct. 24
Big Draw Festival classes through Oct. 24
Stevie Nicks concert screening through Oct. 25
‘Last Vampire’ and ‘Vampyre’ readings Oct. 30-31
Fair to offer online, on-campus options Nov. 7-8
Visual arts show online through Nov. 8
Division of the arts seeks public input Nov. 16-25
Millsboro to host Christmas parade Dec. 5
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