The Roundup: 3 things to do this week

Cecil Whig - - ACCENT -

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.

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