3 things to do this week
Eat a huge plate of pasta Tuesday ( Oct. 25) is World Pasta Day, which basically means you have an obligation to eat pasta. It can be any kind — gnocchi, orzo, penne, whatever.
Choose one or, if you’re feeling especially festive/ in nutritional need of carbohydrates, cook up a few different types. It’s also up to you to choose a favorite sauce to accompany the dish. If you’re a Pasta Day purist, perhaps you don’t use a sauce at all. Your choice.
And hey, store- bought pasta is super easy to make. Why not give yourself a break? Attend a Halloween parade
or trunk- or- treat event There are all sorts of Halloween events springing up this week, including Elkton’s annual parade at 7 p. m. on Friday.
As always, keep an eye on our What’s Happening calendar in print or online for additional information about events near you.
Go see an old war re-enacted The Mount Harmon Plantation in Earleville is holding the mid- Atlantic region Revolutionary War re- enactment this weekend, and from pictures we’ve seen, it looks well worth a visit.
It promises all sorts of period activities, like a colonial market and hearth cooking demonstrations, and costs just $ 5 a person. As could be expected, it’ll have split encampments of the British and the “Rebels,” with nearly 400 re- enactors taking part.
Get out there and have some fun in a time period you wouldn’t otherwise be able to enjoy like this. Call 410-275-8819 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more.