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The John Marsh Historic Trust along with State Parks is hosting the annual Heritage Day event Oct. 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the John Marsh Stone House on Marsh Creek Road and Vintage Parkway. They are in need of volunteers to help make this event a success. This is a great opportunity for middle school and high school students who need volunteer hours. Heritage Day is a free family event that includes displays and presentations on the area’s unique and varied cultural history. If you are interested in being a volunteer, you can sign up at http://signup.com/go/mdzdUBY.

All elementary and middle schools in the Brentwood Union School District will participate in Red Ribbon Week, Oct. 23 to 31. This year’s theme is ‘Life is your journey, travel drug free.’ Each day will have a different theme for students. Check with your local school for more information on themes and activities related to the drug-prevention campaigns happening on campus.

Get your costumes and trick-or-treaters ready for the annual Hometown Halloween event in downtown Brentwood. The Brentwood Chamber of Commerce is hosting a night of safe trick-or-treating on Saturday, Oct. 27, from 5 to 7 p.m., on Oak Street. Treats will be handed out by local vendors. Admission is free for this spooktacular family event.

Cake lovers are excited to hear that a Nothing Bundt Cakes location is opening in Brentwood. The cakes are described as being made with only the finest ingredients, and the reaction on social media regarding this new location is extremely positive. According to the company website, the location for the Brentwood store is 6061 Lone Tree Way, Suite B. An official opening date is not available, but Nothing Bundt Cakes is actively hiring for various bakery positions through online job boards.

– Compiled by Michele Chatburn

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