The Roundup:

4 things to do this week

Cecil Whig - - ACCENT -

Chalk this way Try­ing to add your own artis­tic touch to down­town Elk­ton? Make your way to Main and North streets from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tues­day to dec­o­rate the side­walks dur­ing the Chalk the Walks event. Chalk will be pro­vided for free out­side the Elk­ton Al­liance build­ing and at the Ce­cil County Arts Coun­cil build­ing.

For up­dated in­for­ma­tion on Chalk the Walks, in­clud­ing any changes due to poor weather, check face­ elk­tonarts or call the Elk­ton Al­liance at 410-398-5076.

Mixed-up mu­sic The town of Elk­ton once again in­vites all to bring their lawn chairs out to Mu­sic on Main this Thurs­day at 5:30 p.m. This week’s band, Mixed Up, is based in North East and, ac­cord­ing to its Face­book page, plays “old rock and roll and coun­try mu­sic.” Per­fect for an out­door con­cert un­der a mid-Au­gust sky.

Call­ing all bad po­ets Pre­pare to ex­pel your deep­est in­ner angst — Thurs­day is also Bad Po­etry Day. Grab a pen, some pa­per and maybe a small au­di­ence of un­sus­pect­ing friends to per­form for. Spare no ears. Now, a bad poem ded­i­cated to you, dear reader. This poem’s for you, de­voted Whig reader. We’re happy to have you, we’re happy to meet you. We’re thrilled that you read us and hope that you’ll keep us as your county pa­per in­stead of the Aegis.

Meet the ponies Head down to the Rolling Hills Ranch in Port De­posit on Satur­day for the chance to meet and groom the ponies. There is a $5 fee for rid­ing and a $25 fee for a rid­ing les­son. The spe­cial event will go from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and the ranch rec­om­mends reser­va­tions for rid­ing lessons. Call 410-378-3817.

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