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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Market on Main

    Uptown Marysville 227 E 5th St, Marysville
    Come and visit vendors you love and find new vendors to adore! Enjoy the Uptown for everything it has to offer. The MORA will be active during these times so feel free to grab a drink from your favorite MORA establishment to enjoy while you browse. Be sure to stop by our local businesses while walking to visit our guest vendors. For more information, please call 937-205-1802 or email: littleblueboutique@yahoo.com.  
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Sleepy Hollow Drive -In: Ghostbusters

    Ohio History Center 800 E. 17th Ave, Columbus
    See a different spooktacular movie every Friday night in October, plus drive-thru scenes in the spirit of All Hallows’ Eve.
     
    • Ghostbusters - 10/2 | 5 & 8:30 PM
    • Creature from the Black Lagoon - 10/9 | 5 & 8:30 PM
    • Beetlejuice - 10/16 | 5 & 8:30 PM
    • The Nightmare Before Christmas - 10/23 | 5 & 8:30 PM
    • Hocus Pocus - 10/30 | 5 & 8:30 PM

    A Midsummer Night's Dream For Kids

    Virtual
    To continue the Virtual Theatre Project, join the Abbey Theater of Dublin in its productions of the following shows online this fall.
     
    Synopsis: A virtual adaptation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream like you have never experienced it before: quick, fun, and easy to understand. A mini-melodramatic retelling that lights the spark for a love a Shakespeare while being accessible enough for kids (and adults) to understand!
     
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Last Marysville Farmers Market

    Partners Park 125 E 6th St, Marysville

    Union County Farmers Market

    Union County Fairgrounds 845 N. Main St, Marysville
    The Union County Farmers Market features vendors who are from Union County and surrounding areas. Enjoy locally-grown produce and veggies, fresh baked goods, and other treats and goodies. Seasonal. For more information, click here. 

    Fall Festival At Oakland Nursery

    Oakland Nursery 4261 W. Dublin-Granville Rd, Dublin
    Round up the family and head to Oakland Nursery Dublin for this family fun event to kick off the fall season! 
    Saturday and Sunday: 
    • Tractor-pulled Hayrides
    • Apple Cider Pressing
    • Giant Pumpkin Carving Demo
    Door prizes and shopping are offered daily. 
    Sunday: National Pumpkin weigh-off @ 1:30 p.m. hosted by Ron Wilson.
    For more information visit Oakland Nursery.

    Pleasures Of The Cup: Spooky Spirits

    Ohio History Center 800 E. 17th Ave, Columbus
    A delicious way to enjoy history with friends, the Pleasures of the Cup progressive cocktail parties pair authentic adult beverages with the experience of days gone by. Make your way around the village while sampling spooky concoctions and listening to eerie tales from the Buckeye State, but be careful because you never know what may lurk in the shadows.

    Not-So-Spooky Drive-In Movies: Scoob!

    Coffman Park 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    This week's featured film: Scoob!
    Bring your own popcorn and candy corn, and get ready for some not-so-spooky movies! Head over to Coffman Park after Dark at the corner of Perimeter and Emerald Parkway. The City of Dublin will host a series of not-so-spooky family movies from Saturday, October 3 – Saturday, October 31. Costumes are encouraged.
    Movies will be free of charge and a donation of cash (preferred) or non-perishable food item to the Dublin Food Pantry is suggested. Dublin Food Pantry volunteers will be on-site to accept donations.
    A limited number of reservations will be accepted for each movie based on social distancing guidelines. Dublin residents and Dublin school district residents only can register.
    Registration for each event will open the Monday prior to the weekend.
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Fall Festival At Oakland Nursery

    Oakland Nursery 4261 W. Dublin-Granville Rd, Dublin
    Round up the family and head to Oakland Nursery Dublin for this family fun event to kick off the fall season! 
    Saturday and Sunday: 
    • Tractor-pulled Hayrides
    • Apple Cider Pressing
    • Giant Pumpkin Carving Demo
    Door prizes and shopping are offered daily. 
    Sunday: National Pumpkin weigh-off @ 1:30 p.m. hosted by Ron Wilson.
    For more information visit Oakland Nursery.
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
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    Brick Or Treat

    Legoland Discovery Center Columbus 157 Easton Town Ctr, Columbus
    Are you looking for something hauntingly bricktastic for the family to do this Halloween season? Visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center during our Brick-or-Treat Weekends and enjoy seasonal theming throughout the Center, see a hauntingly transformed MINILAND with, help build a LEGO pumpkin patch, enjoy giveaways and more! Taking place daily starting October 2nd. 
    Don't forget to wear your costume to enter our daily contest! There will be multiple prize winners daily. 
    Brick or Treat is included in admission!

    For more information please visit our website.

    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    #DublinDreaming Live Video Series: O'Shaughnessy Dam

    Facebook Live
    Join us for 10 minutes of uninterrupted #DublinDreaming as we go live from O'Shaughnessy Dam.

    This live event is part of the #DublinDreaming Live Video series happening on the Visit Dublin Ohio Facebook Page. You can visit our Facebook Page here

    *Event is weather dependent. Check back for updates.

    Zooclue - The Game

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    The game is back by popular demand and creepier than ever! Participants will join their favorite hauntingly familiar family for an evening of entertainment, up-close animal encounters, a delicious buffet and spirits! During this 21+ event, guests will travel around the Zoo grounds to collect clues in this interactive, comedic musical experience.
     
    Pricing: $37- Zoo Members | $42- Non-Member | $260 for a table of eight
    Price includes an up-close animal experiences, buffet meal and participation in mystery portion. 
     
    Prior to the event, ticket purchasers will received a THEMED e-mail from our events department. The names used are purely fictional and this is meant to help set the scene for the evening.
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    Brick Or Treat

    Legoland Discovery Center Columbus 157 Easton Town Ctr, Columbus
    Are you looking for something hauntingly bricktastic for the family to do this Halloween season? Visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center during our Brick-or-Treat Weekends and enjoy seasonal theming throughout the Center, see a hauntingly transformed MINILAND with, help build a LEGO pumpkin patch, enjoy giveaways and more! Taking place daily starting October 2nd. 
    Don't forget to wear your costume to enter our daily contest! There will be multiple prize winners daily. 
    Brick or Treat is included in admission!

    For more information please visit our website.

    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    2020 IPA Golf Outing at Darby Creek

    Darby Creek Golf Course 19300 Orchard RD, Marysville
    IPA Annual Golf Outing
    Contact: Tonya Woodruff Send Email

    Industrial Parkway Association

    Jerome Township Hall 9777 Industrial Pkwy, Plain City
    Industrial Parkway

    Topic: 
    Speaker: 
    Contact: 937-642-6279

    Last Richwood Farmers Market

    4 E Ottawa St, Richwood

    Last Plain City Farmer's Market

    Bicentennial Park, Plain City

    Market on Main

    Uptown Marysville 227 E 5th St, Marysville
    Come and visit vendors you love and find new vendors to adore! Enjoy the Uptown for everything it has to offer. The MORA will be active during these times so feel free to grab a drink from your favorite MORA establishment to enjoy while you browse. Be sure to stop by our local businesses while walking to visit our guest vendors. For more information, please call 937-205-1802 or email: littleblueboutique@yahoo.com.  

    Zooclue - The Game

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    The game is back by popular demand and creepier than ever! Participants will join their favorite hauntingly familiar family for an evening of entertainment, up-close animal encounters, a delicious buffet and spirits! During this 21+ event, guests will travel around the Zoo grounds to collect clues in this interactive, comedic musical experience.
     
    Pricing: $37- Zoo Members | $42- Non-Member | $260 for a table of eight
    Price includes an up-close animal experiences, buffet meal and participation in mystery portion. 
     
    Prior to the event, ticket purchasers will received a THEMED e-mail from our events department. The names used are purely fictional and this is meant to help set the scene for the evening.
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    Brick Or Treat

    Legoland Discovery Center Columbus 157 Easton Town Ctr, Columbus
    Are you looking for something hauntingly bricktastic for the family to do this Halloween season? Visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center during our Brick-or-Treat Weekends and enjoy seasonal theming throughout the Center, see a hauntingly transformed MINILAND with, help build a LEGO pumpkin patch, enjoy giveaways and more! Taking place daily starting October 2nd. 
    Don't forget to wear your costume to enter our daily contest! There will be multiple prize winners daily. 
    Brick or Treat is included in admission!

    For more information please visit our website.

    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Sleepy Hollow Drive - In: Creature From The Black Lagoon

    Ohio History Center 800 E. 17th Ave, Columbus
    See a different spooktacular movie every Friday night in October, plus drive-thru scenes in the spirit of All Hallows’ Eve.
    • Creature from the Black Lagoon - 10/9 | 5 & 8:30 PM
    • Beetlejuice - 10/16 | 5 & 8:30 PM
    • The Nightmare Before Christmas - 10/23 | 5 & 8:30 PM
    • Hocus Pocus - 10/30 | 5 & 8:30 PM

    Zooclue - The Game

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    The game is back by popular demand and creepier than ever! Participants will join their favorite hauntingly familiar family for an evening of entertainment, up-close animal encounters, a delicious buffet and spirits! During this 21+ event, guests will travel around the Zoo grounds to collect clues in this interactive, comedic musical experience.
     
    Pricing: $37- Zoo Members | $42- Non-Member | $260 for a table of eight
    Price includes an up-close animal experiences, buffet meal and participation in mystery portion. 
     
    Prior to the event, ticket purchasers will received a THEMED e-mail from our events department. The names used are purely fictional and this is meant to help set the scene for the evening.

    Aliens, 3 Miles, Turn Left

    Virtual
    To continue the Virtual Theatre Project, join the Abbey Theater of Dublin in its productions of the following shows online this fall.
    Synopsis: A man sitting at home, watching television, imagines being interviewed by Oprah, talking about his mundane life, marriage, job…and an alien encounter. A fun, spooky, and family-friendly Halloween treat.
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    Brick Or Treat

    Legoland Discovery Center Columbus 157 Easton Town Ctr, Columbus
    Are you looking for something hauntingly bricktastic for the family to do this Halloween season? Visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center during our Brick-or-Treat Weekends and enjoy seasonal theming throughout the Center, see a hauntingly transformed MINILAND with, help build a LEGO pumpkin patch, enjoy giveaways and more! Taking place daily starting October 2nd. 
    Don't forget to wear your costume to enter our daily contest! There will be multiple prize winners daily. 
    Brick or Treat is included in admission!

    For more information please visit our website.

    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Fall Festival At Oakland Nursery

    Oakland Nursery 4261 W. Dublin-Granville Rd, Dublin
    Round up the family and head to Oakland Nursery Dublin for this family fun event to kick off the fall season! 
    Saturday and Sunday: 
    • Tractor-pulled Hayrides
    • Apple Cider Pressing
    • Giant Pumpkin Carving Demo
    Door prizes and shopping are offered daily. 
    Sunday: National Pumpkin weigh-off @ 1:30 p.m. hosted by Ron Wilson.
    For more information visit Oakland Nursery.

    Zooclue - The Game

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    The game is back by popular demand and creepier than ever! Participants will join their favorite hauntingly familiar family for an evening of entertainment, up-close animal encounters, a delicious buffet and spirits! During this 21+ event, guests will travel around the Zoo grounds to collect clues in this interactive, comedic musical experience.
     
    Pricing: $37- Zoo Members | $42- Non-Member | $260 for a table of eight
    Price includes an up-close animal experiences, buffet meal and participation in mystery portion. 
     
    Prior to the event, ticket purchasers will received a THEMED e-mail from our events department. The names used are purely fictional and this is meant to help set the scene for the evening.

    Not So Spooky Drive-In Movies: The House With A Clock In Its Walls

    Coffman Park 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    This week's featured film: The House with a Clock in its Walls
    Bring your own popcorn and candy corn, and get ready for some not-so-spooky movies! Head over to Coffman Park after Dark at the corner of Perimeter and Emerald Parkway. The City of Dublin will host a series of not-so-spooky family movies from Saturday, October 3 – Saturday, October 31. Costumes are encouraged.
    Movies will be free of charge and a donation of cash (preferred) or non-perishable food item to the Dublin Food Pantry is suggested. Dublin Food Pantry volunteers will be on-site to accept donations.
    A limited number of reservations will be accepted for each movie based on social distancing guidelines. Dublin residents and Dublin school district residents only can register.
    Registration for each event will open the Monday prior to the weekend.
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    Brick Or Treat

    Legoland Discovery Center Columbus 157 Easton Town Ctr, Columbus
    Are you looking for something hauntingly bricktastic for the family to do this Halloween season? Visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center during our Brick-or-Treat Weekends and enjoy seasonal theming throughout the Center, see a hauntingly transformed MINILAND with, help build a LEGO pumpkin patch, enjoy giveaways and more! Taking place daily starting October 2nd. 
    Don't forget to wear your costume to enter our daily contest! There will be multiple prize winners daily. 
    Brick or Treat is included in admission!

    For more information please visit our website.

    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Fall Festival At Oakland Nursery

    Oakland Nursery 4261 W. Dublin-Granville Rd, Dublin
    Round up the family and head to Oakland Nursery Dublin for this family fun event to kick off the fall season! 
    Saturday and Sunday: 
    • Tractor-pulled Hayrides
    • Apple Cider Pressing
    • Giant Pumpkin Carving Demo
    Door prizes and shopping are offered daily. 
    Sunday: National Pumpkin weigh-off @ 1:30 p.m. hosted by Ron Wilson.
    For more information visit Oakland Nursery.
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    Brick Or Treat

    Legoland Discovery Center Columbus 157 Easton Town Ctr, Columbus
    Are you looking for something hauntingly bricktastic for the family to do this Halloween season? Visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center during our Brick-or-Treat Weekends and enjoy seasonal theming throughout the Center, see a hauntingly transformed MINILAND with, help build a LEGO pumpkin patch, enjoy giveaways and more! Taking place daily starting October 2nd. 
    Don't forget to wear your costume to enter our daily contest! There will be multiple prize winners daily. 
    Brick or Treat is included in admission!

    For more information please visit our website.

    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
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    Brick Or Treat

    Legoland Discovery Center Columbus 157 Easton Town Ctr, Columbus
    Are you looking for something hauntingly bricktastic for the family to do this Halloween season? Visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center during our Brick-or-Treat Weekends and enjoy seasonal theming throughout the Center, see a hauntingly transformed MINILAND with, help build a LEGO pumpkin patch, enjoy giveaways and more! Taking place daily starting October 2nd. 
    Don't forget to wear your costume to enter our daily contest! There will be multiple prize winners daily. 
    Brick or Treat is included in admission!

    For more information please visit our website.

    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Convention & Visitors Bureau Board

    Chamber Office 227 E 5th St, Marysville
    Convention & Visitors Bureau Board

    Richwood Area Business Association

    Richwood Marketing 15 East Ottawa St, Richwood
    Richwood Area Business Association
    Speaker: Union County Health Department
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    Brick Or Treat

    Legoland Discovery Center Columbus 157 Easton Town Ctr, Columbus
    Are you looking for something hauntingly bricktastic for the family to do this Halloween season? Visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center during our Brick-or-Treat Weekends and enjoy seasonal theming throughout the Center, see a hauntingly transformed MINILAND with, help build a LEGO pumpkin patch, enjoy giveaways and more! Taking place daily starting October 2nd. 
    Don't forget to wear your costume to enter our daily contest! There will be multiple prize winners daily. 
    Brick or Treat is included in admission!

    For more information please visit our website.

    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    #DublinDreaming Live Video Series: Pond At Coffman Park

    Facebook Live
    Join us for 10 minutes of uninterrupted #DublinDreaming as we go live from the pond at Coffman Park.

    This live event is part of the #DublinDreaming Live Video series happening on the Visit Dublin Ohio Facebook Page. You can visit our Facebook Page here

    *Event is weather dependent. Check back for updates.

    Safety Council

    Union County Services Building 940 London Rd., Marysville
    Safety Council Meeting CEO Event
    Topic - Safety Supervision & Leadership
    Speaker - Diane Adams - SafeEx
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    Brick Or Treat

    Legoland Discovery Center Columbus 157 Easton Town Ctr, Columbus
    Are you looking for something hauntingly bricktastic for the family to do this Halloween season? Visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center during our Brick-or-Treat Weekends and enjoy seasonal theming throughout the Center, see a hauntingly transformed MINILAND with, help build a LEGO pumpkin patch, enjoy giveaways and more! Taking place daily starting October 2nd. 
    Don't forget to wear your costume to enter our daily contest! There will be multiple prize winners daily. 
    Brick or Treat is included in admission!

    For more information please visit our website.

    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Market on Main

    Uptown Marysville 227 E 5th St, Marysville
    Come and visit vendors you love and find new vendors to adore! Enjoy the Uptown for everything it has to offer. The MORA will be active during these times so feel free to grab a drink from your favorite MORA establishment to enjoy while you browse. Be sure to stop by our local businesses while walking to visit our guest vendors. For more information, please call 937-205-1802 or email: littleblueboutique@yahoo.com.  

    Union County Historical Society Annual Dinner Meeting

    Der Dutchman 445 S. Jefferson Ave, Plain City
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    Brick Or Treat

    Legoland Discovery Center Columbus 157 Easton Town Ctr, Columbus
    Are you looking for something hauntingly bricktastic for the family to do this Halloween season? Visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center during our Brick-or-Treat Weekends and enjoy seasonal theming throughout the Center, see a hauntingly transformed MINILAND with, help build a LEGO pumpkin patch, enjoy giveaways and more! Taking place daily starting October 2nd. 
    Don't forget to wear your costume to enter our daily contest! There will be multiple prize winners daily. 
    Brick or Treat is included in admission!

    For more information please visit our website.

    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

    The Floorwalkers - Virtual Concert

    Virtual
    To continue the Virtual Theatre Project, join the Abbey Theater of Dublin in its productions of the following shows online this fall.
    Synopsis: Brought up on the classics of American music, The Floorwalkers are a real live Columbus-based Rock ‘n’ Roll band built to drive emotion. Their exciting energy is full of life, love and good vibes – even in a virtual format! 

    For more information please visit our website.
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

    Keep Our Neighborhood Clean: Marysville

    Leon's Garage
    Volunteer cleanup of Uptown Marysville Every 3rd Saturday

    Tools & Other support provided by the City of Marysville. Refreshments & other perks included. COVID-19 precautions will be observed.

    SIGN UP 

    Uptown Clean-up Event

    Leon's Garage
    Impact60 invites residents to meet-up for socially-distanced camaraderie and serving the community! Thanks to support from the City of Marysville and Leon's Garage, organizers will provide everything needed for the cleanup; volunteers can just show up with a mask, appropriate clothes & shoes, and a smile! Sign-up today: https://BIt.ly/uptowncleanup

    Pastime Park Pumpkin Fest

    Pastime Park 370 N Chilicothe St, Plain City

    Not-So-Spooky Drive-In Movies: BeetleJuice

    Coffman Park 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    This week's featured film: Beetlejuice
    Bring your own popcorn and candy corn, and get ready for some not-so-spooky movies! Head over to Coffman Park after Dark at the corner of Perimeter and Emerald Parkway. The City of Dublin will host a series of not-so-spooky family movies from Saturday, October 3 – Saturday, October 31. Costumes are encouraged.
    Movies will be free of charge and a donation of cash (preferred) or non-perishable food item to the Dublin Food Pantry is suggested. Dublin Food Pantry volunteers will be on-site to accept donations.
    A limited number of reservations will be accepted for each movie based on social distancing guidelines. Dublin residents and Dublin school district residents only can register.
    Registration for each event will open the Monday prior to the weekend.
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

    Not-So-Spooky Drive-In Movies: Coco

    Coffman Park 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    This week's featured film: Coco
    Bring your own popcorn and candy corn, and get ready for some not-so-spooky movies! Head over to Coffman Park after Dark at the corner of Perimeter and Emerald Parkway. The City of Dublin will host a series of not-so-spooky family movies from Saturday, October 3 – Saturday, October 31. Costumes are encouraged.
    Movies will be free of charge and a donation of cash (preferred) or non-perishable food item to the Dublin Food Pantry is suggested. Dublin Food Pantry volunteers will be on-site to accept donations.
    A limited number of reservations will be accepted for each movie based on social distancing guidelines. Dublin residents and Dublin school district residents only can register.
    Registration for each event will open the Monday prior to the weekend.
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

    #DublinDreaming Live Video Series: Hayden Run

    Facebook Live
    Join us for 10 minutes of uninterrupted #DublinDreaming as we go live from Hayden Run.

    This live event is part of the #DublinDreaming Live Video series happening on the Visit Dublin Ohio Facebook Page. You can visit our Facebook Page here

    *Event is weather dependent. Check back for updates.
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Business Impact Breakfast

    Business Impact Breakfast Topic: Candidates/Elected Officials

    For more information please visit our website.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

    Market on Main

    Uptown Marysville 227 E 5th St, Marysville
    Come and visit vendors you love and find new vendors to adore! Enjoy the Uptown for everything it has to offer. The MORA will be active during these times so feel free to grab a drink from your favorite MORA establishment to enjoy while you browse. Be sure to stop by our local businesses while walking to visit our guest vendors. For more information, please call 937-205-1802 or email: littleblueboutique@yahoo.com
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

    Sleepy Hollow Drive - In: The Nightmare Before Christmas

    Ohio History Center 800 E. 17th Ave, Columbus
    See a different spooktacular movie every Friday night in October, plus drive-thru scenes in the spirit of All Hallows’ Eve.
    • The Nightmare Before Christmas - 10/23 | 5 & 8:30 PM
    • Hocus Pocus - 10/30 | 5 & 8:30 PM

    (Cancelled)The Legends of Marysville

    Union County Courthouse 215 W 5th St, Marysville
    The Legends of Marysville is a guided walking tour that celebrates our community's historic Uptown District and the legends and lore that make "The Shady City" a unique and spooky place! For more information, please click here.  

    Dracula For Kids

    Virtual
    To continue the Virtual Theatre Project, join the Abbey Theater of Dublin in its productions of the following shows online this fall.
    Synopsis: A virtual adaptation of Dracula like you have never experienced it before — quick, fun, appropriate for all ages! This new virtual play (designed to be rehearsed and performed remotely) is a mini-melodramatic virtual masterpiece sure to spark a love of classic literature for your child.

    No-So-Spooky Drive-In Movies: The Addams Family

    Coffman Park 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    This week's featured film: The Addams Family
    Bring your own popcorn and candy corn, and get ready for some not-so-spooky movies! Head over to Coffman Park after Dark at the corner of Perimeter and Emerald Parkway. The City of Dublin will host a series of not-so-spooky family movies from Saturday, October 3 – Saturday, October 31. Costumes are encouraged.
    Movies will be free of charge and a donation of cash (preferred) or non-perishable food item to the Dublin Food Pantry is suggested. Dublin Food Pantry volunteers will be on-site to accept donations.
    A limited number of reservations will be accepted for each movie based on social distancing guidelines. Dublin residents and Dublin school district residents only can register.
    Registration for each event will open the Monday prior to the weekend
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Historic Harvest Happenings

    Historic Dublin Business Association Bridge and High Streets, Dublin
    Head to Historic Dublin to celebrate Fall on October 24th. There will be socially distanced activities and exhibits to enjoy while shopping, strolling and dining throughout Downtown Dublin. 
    Schedule: 
    • 8:30 am- 4:00 pm: Dublin Area Art League Paint Out - Watch a blank canvas come to life during the Paint Out in Historic Dublin. Artists will be located throughout Historic Dublin creating unique works of art that will be for sale later in the day at the Wet Sale. 
    • 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm: Sidewalk Chalk Art - Stop by throughout the day to see the sidewalk chalk painting progress. 
    • 11:00 am - 4:00 pm: Wood Carving Exhibit - Located at Bri-Hi Square, watch a piece of wood transform into a fall themed sculpture. 
    • 9:00 am - 4:00 pm: Food Drive - The Dublin Food Pantry will be collecting donations throughout the day. Bring a donation and receive a raffle ticket for the Grand Prize basket filled with items from Historic Dublin businesses. 
    Several retailers will be holding sidewalk sales. Get a raffle ticket for the Grand Prize basket for each purchase! 
    Note: All volunteers, artists and attendees are required to follow all City and State health and safety guidelines. Learn more about those guidelines here

    Historic Dublin Paint Out

    Historic Dublin Business Association Bridge and High Streets, Dublin
    Enjoy a day of art in Historic Dublin! 
    The Dublin Area Art League will hold their annual Paint Out and Wet Sale on October 24th. Watch as artists create a  masterpiece from a plain canvas. All paintings created will be judged and then put up for sale at the Wet Sale later that day. 

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

    Family Fall Fest

    Historic Dublin Business Association Bridge and High Streets, Dublin
    Get ready to kick off the best fall season yet in Dublin’s Historic District! Come to the district Saturday, October 24th from 1 pm to 4 pm for the Family Fall Festival, brought to you by the Historic Dublin Business Association. 

    The Family Fall Festival features happenings all throughout the Historic District, with vendors in Bri Hi Square and fun activities at many of Historic Dublin’s unique shops and restaurants.
    Here’s a sampling of the vendors, businesses, activities, and sponsors you’ll find at the Family Fall Festival: 
    • Enjoy games
    • Vendors
    • Face painting,
    • Crafts
    • Balloons, Magic and more!

    (Cancelled)The Legends of Marysville

    Union County Courthouse 215 W 5th St, Marysville
    The Legends of Marysville is a guided walking tour that celebrates our community's historic Uptown District and the legends and lore that make "The Shady City" a unique and spooky place! For more information, please click here.

    Not-So-Spooky Drive-In Movies: The Nightmare Before Christmas

    Coffman Park 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    This week's featured film: The Nightmare Before Christmas
    Bring your own popcorn and candy corn, and get ready for some not-so-spooky movies! Head over to Coffman Park after Dark at the corner of Perimeter and Emerald Parkway. The City of Dublin will host a series of not-so-spooky family movies from Saturday, October 3 – Saturday, October 31. Costumes are encouraged.
    Movies will be free of charge and a donation of cash (preferred) or non-perishable food item to the Dublin Food Pantry is suggested. Dublin Food Pantry volunteers will be on-site to accept donations.
    A limited number of reservations will be accepted for each movie based on social distancing guidelines. Dublin residents and Dublin school district residents only can register.
    Registration for each event will open the Monday prior to the weekend.
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

    Healthcare Providers Association

    Chamber Office 227 E 5th St, Marysville
    Healthcare Providers
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Plain City Business Association (PCBA...)

    PCBA

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    #DublinDreaming Live Video Series: The Dublin Link

    Facebook Live
    Join us for 10 minutes of uninterrupted #DublinDreaming as we go live from The Dublin Link.

    This live event is part of the #DublinDreaming Live Video series happening on the Visit Dublin Ohio Facebook Page. You can visit our Facebook Page here

    *Event is weather dependent. Check back for updates.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

    Market on Main

    Uptown Marysville 227 E 5th St, Marysville
    Come and visit vendors you love and find new vendors to adore! Enjoy the Uptown for everything it has to offer. The MORA will be active during these times so feel free to grab a drink from your favorite MORA establishment to enjoy while you browse. Be sure to stop by our local businesses while walking to visit our guest vendors. For more information, please call 937-205-1802 or email: littleblueboutique@yahoo.com.  

    Trick Or Treat In Dublin

    Dublin, OH
    Trick or Treat in Dublin will take place on Thursday, October 29 from 6 - 8 p.m. 
    For details and safety information for kids, parents and homeowners, click here. 
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    Christine D'epiro Abbott: Shelter (OUR) Place

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As the pandemic dramatically shifts the focus toward life at home, Ohio artist Christine D’Epiro Abbott portrays a hopeful perspective of joyful communion in “Shelter (Our) Place.” The exhibition celebrates the connections found in our most ordinary and intimate spaces. Detailed compositions of domestic scenes invite further inspection to reveal details such as shoes, toys, instruments and laundry. The exhibition includes artworks created using printmaking techniques such as silkscreen, drypoint, relief and mono-printing. D’Epiro Abbott has been exhibiting nationally for more than ten years, is included in several collections and has participated in residencies in Missouri, Vermont and Ohio. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, Columbus, Ohio.
    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

    Not-So-Spooky Drive-In Movies: ET

    Coffman Park 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    This week's featured film: ET the Extra-Terrestrial
    Bring your own popcorn and candy corn, and get ready for some not-so-spooky movies! Head over to Coffman Park after Dark at the corner of Perimeter and Emerald Parkway. The City of Dublin will host a series of not-so-spooky family movies from Saturday, October 3 – Saturday, October 31. Costumes are encouraged.
    Movies will be free of charge and a donation of cash (preferred) or non-perishable food item to the Dublin Food Pantry is suggested. Dublin Food Pantry volunteers will be on-site to accept donations.
    A limited number of reservations will be accepted for each movie based on social distancing guidelines. Dublin residents and Dublin school district residents only can register.
    Registration for each event will open the Monday prior to the weekend.
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    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.

    Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

    Scarysville

    Uptown Marysville 227 E 5th St, Marysville
    Join us as the streets of Uptown “Scarysville” come alive with Halloween FUN! From 10:00 to 12:00 PM, children are invited to dress up in their costumes and visit Uptown merchants for candy and other Halloween goodies.

    This event is sponsored by the Historic Marysville Business District Association.

    Trick or Treat

    Marysville, Marysville
    Plain City 6 - 8pm
    Marysville 6 - 8pm
    Richwood 5 - 7

    Not-So-Spooky Drive-In Movies: Hocus Pocus

    Coffman Park 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    This week's featured film: Hocus Pocus
    Bring your own popcorn and candy corn, and get ready for some not-so-spooky movies! Head over to Coffman Park after Dark at the corner of Perimeter and Emerald Parkway. The City of Dublin will host a series of not-so-spooky family movies from Saturday, October 3 – Saturday, October 31. Costumes are encouraged.
    Movies will be free of charge and a donation of cash (preferred) or non-perishable food item to the Dublin Food Pantry is suggested. Dublin Food Pantry volunteers will be on-site to accept donations.
    A limited number of reservations will be accepted for each movie based on social distancing guidelines. Dublin residents and Dublin school district residents only can register.
    Registration for each event will open the Monday prior to the weekend.

    Richwood Park Haunted Lake Trail

    One night only!
    Trail Admission $5 a person or $20 a family.
    Free refreshments, hot dogs, chips and water.
    Proceeds benefit the Richwood Park and Lake Trail.