TheRoundup: 4 things to do this week

Cecil Whig - - ACCENT -

Take the kids on a walk In­tro­duce your young­ster to the won­der of na­ture dur­ing a “Spring Walk for Sprouts” this week at Fair Hill NRMA. The walk, aimed at su­per­vised kids ages 2 to 4, will run 11: 30 a. m. to 1: 30 p. m. Wed­nes­day, and 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. Thurs­day. Reg­is­tra­tion, which is $ 5 per child, is re­quired, so call 410- 398- 1246.

Watch out! Are you su­per­sti­tious? What­ever you do, don’t walk un­der a lad­der and don’t let a black cat cross your path this Fri­day. It’s Fri­day the 13th. Through­out most of recorded his­tory, the num­ber 13 has been seen as an un­lucky num­ber. It oc­curs one to three times a year, but for 2016 this will be the only oc­cur­rence.

Talk with an author Nancy Sakaduski, author of “How to Write Win­ning Short Stories,” will visit The Pal­ette & The Page gallery in Elkton on Satur­day for a book sign­ing and talk. She’ll be there from 12 to 3 p. m., and the talk on writ­ing short stories will start at 1 p. m. Are you a writer? This could be a good op­por­tu­nity to find out how to get your work pub­lished.

Sakaduski has also writ­ten chil­dren’s books, jour­nals and short story com­pli­ca­tions pub­lished by Cat & Mouse Pub­lish­ing from Re­hoboth, Del. Find out more by vis­it­ing http:// thep­alet­te­andthep­age. com or call­ing 410- 398- 3636.

Shop and help The Ce­cil County Arts Coun­cil will host a tag sale with the Historical So­ci­ety of Ce­cil County from 12 to 4 p. m. on Satur­day.

Bring you ta­ble and items to sell out front for an $ 8 do­na­tion to­ward the non­prof­its. Main Street will be closed un­til noon for the Color Run, but you can walk over and preview start­ing at 10 a. m. The build­ing is lo­cated at 135 E. Main St. in Elkton.

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