The Roundup:

4 things to do this week

Cecil Whig - - ACCENT -

Get some new bed sheets Not a joke. On Fri­day, the 6th, 7th and 9th Dis­trict Ladies Auxiliaries of Union Hospi­tal are host­ing the “Ul­ti­mate Linen Sale” from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. in meet­ing rooms 1 and 2 of the hospi­tal in Elkton.

They’ll of­fer kitchen, bed, bath and many more items for the home. The pub­lic is wel­come, and the auxiliaries say they’ll ac­cept cash, credit or pay­roll de­duc­tion (for hospi­tal staff).

Cel­e­brate Johnny Ap­ple­seed In honor of the famed seed spreader’s 242nd birth­day this com­ing week­end, Mil­burn Or­chards will put on some spe­cial ac­tiv­i­ties. Vis­i­tors will have the op­por­tu­nity to take pic­tures and talk with the man him­self (or at least some­one in char­ac­ter), as well as share Johnny’s birth­day cake. Satur­day and Sun­day. Head out to another

Fall Fest Wa­ter Witch Fire Com­pany Sta­tion 72 is host­ing its Fall fes­ti­val on Satur­day.

It’ll fea­ture yard sales, crafters, di­rect sales ven­dors, food and more. Last-minute 12x20 spa­ces are still avail­able for $20, and can be pur­chased by call­ing 410977-3539.

If it rains on Satur­day, or­ga­niz­ers say they’ll move it to Sun­day.

Meet the ponies (again) It hap­pened once in Au­gust, and this week­end Rolling Hills Ranch in Port De­posit is open­ing its horses and ponies to the pub­lic again. Vis­i­tors are in­vited to meet and groom the horses, as well as learn about the pro­gram.

Should they want to ride, there will be a $5 fee, or $25 for a rid­ing les­son. Reser­va­tions for lessons are en­cour­aged — 410-378-3817.

Gran­ite Run puts to­gether a ter­rific bas­ket of fish and chips. I re­mem­bered to take a pic­ture only af­ter I’d squeezed the le­mon and eaten one of the bat­tered and fried cod fil­lets.

I asked to try their Kansas City BBQ chicken, and they gra­ciously brought me a med­ley of chicken, pork, brisket and ribs (pic­tured here). That’s a slice of corn bread there on the left.

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