Cape May Jazz FestivalLegendary jazz flutist Herbie Mann...

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April 08, 1999|By Karin Remesch

Cape May Jazz Festival

Legendary jazz flutist Herbie Mann headlines the 11th Annual Cape May Jazz Festival, tomorrow through Sunday at venues along the beach and throughout the New Jersey resort town. Other jazz musicians scheduled to participate are Pieces of a Dream, Eddie Gomez with Denis DiBlasio, Jerry Gonzalez and the Fort Apache Band, Oscar Brown Jr. and Terrell Staffard.

The three-day event also includes a youth concert, jam sessions, and jazz gospel events.

Free shuttle buses run on a continuous loop along the festival venues route tomorrow and Saturday night. An all-event weekend pass is $80; five-event Friday night pass $20; six-event Saturday night pass $35; two Saturday afternoon jam sessions are $20; Sunday jazz-gospel is $15; Sunday afternoon jam is $15. For complete schedule and tickets, call 609-884-7277.

Washington International Print Fair

Discover a treasure trove of rare works of art on paper this weekend at the 17th Washington International Print Fair at the Holiday Inn Rosslyn Westpark Hotel in Arlington, Va.

Twenty-five art dealers from across the country showcase and sell more than 10,000 fine and rare prints, drawings, watercolors and maps. Featured are works by a variety of artists and time periods, including Old Masters, 19th and 20th century American and European prints, French prints and drawings from 1830 to present, Dutch 16th and 17th century prints, 20th century Latin American prints, historical Americana, contemporary and antique Japanese prints, and more.

The show site is at 1900 N. Fort Myer Drive. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $6 each day. Call 202-333-8635 or 202-638-6008.

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