The Roundup: 3 things to do this week
Get some prayer The start of a new school year is a difficult time for many people, but the good folks at Elkton United Methodist Church are hoping to make it a little easier. From 7 to 9 a.m. today (Monday), the church has invited all interested to stop by the church’s parking lot at 219 E. Main St. to have someone pray with them.
“You don’t even have to get out of the car,” said EUMC Rev. Karen Bunnell in an article we published last week.
Make a bunch of s’mores Start up the bonfires and crack out the toasting sticks, because Tuesday, Aug. 30, is National Toasted Marshmallow Day. It doesn’t matter whether you prefer your ‘mallows golden brown or burned to a crisp, all that matters is you enjoy the last bits of summer.
NOTE: To properly enjoy this holiday you’ll need graham crackers, chocolate, marshmallows and a moderately strong heat source, ideally an outdoor fire.
Welcome September during a First Friday celebration Check out downtown Elkton between 5 and 8 p.m. on Friday for its monthly “First Friday” celebration. The town will usher in the last partial month of summer with live music, art openings, food specials and more. Check out the Elkton Chamber & Alliance page on Facebook for updates and events this week.