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After an eventful weekend, things are quiet around Hancock this week.
The Masons' Breakfast in the Park has been canceled for Saturday, but look for them next month.
You might try the Farmers Market on Saturday to see if any vendors show up at Joseph Hancock Park. The market has had a slow start so far, but things will pick up soon.
Day of prayer
Following the tradition of his predecessors, President Barack Obama has declared the first Thursday in May as the annual National Day of Prayer. That's today, and among the houses of worship open in Hancock throughout the day will be St. Thomas' Episcopal and St. Peter's Catholic Churches, both on East High Street. Stop in, enjoy a few moments of quiet reflection and say a prayer for our nation and for anything else of concern to you.
The next event in the 175th anniversary celebration of St. Thomas' Episcopal Church is an organ concert Sunday, May 23, at 4 p.m.