The Roundup:

3 things to do this week

Cecil Whig - - ACCENT -

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 info@moun­thar­ for more.

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