To Do in Columbus this Weekend (Oct. 20-22)
It’s Friday, which means it’s time to review just a few of the things going on in Columbus this weekend. Whatever you choose to do this weekend, I hope you have a great one!
Big Bang Columbus is gathering up all of your favorite local brews and delicious bourbons for one spooktacular evening. Guests will enjoy a one on one tasting and chat with four local brewers, as well as a Bulleit Bourbon tasting and Crown Royal mixology class, all while supporting a great cause! All books will be donated to Nationwide Columbus Hospital
Whether you are old friends or in a new romance, this class is designed for four hands and working in close quarters. Learn more about each other as you learn to make Gnocchi; 2 sauces, Bolognaise Sauce and Brown Butter Sage; a classic vinaigrette; Genoa Green Beans; and to temper chocolate for chocolate covered strawberries.
Kings of Leon will be performing at the Schottenstein Center with opening act Dawes.
A founding member of Prince’s band, the Time, in 1981, he remained with the group until 1984 when he launched his solo career. Come see him at the The Hollywood Casino H Lounge.
Experience the nation’s most elaborate costume party.
Ludwig van Beethoven and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw are spaced two centuries apart, but both composers speak with a provocative voice that is raw, earthy, and dug deep from the soul.
The Old Hilliard Halloween Haunt is a celebration of local businesses, community fun and of course, Halloween! The event will take place along Main Street (which will remain open) in Old Hilliard.
Put on your costumes, dress up the kids and join us for the 13th Annual Creepside Festival in Gahanna. This event is FREE and appropriate for all ages.
The Jackets are second in the Metro Division, while L.A. is first in the Pacific. This should be a great game.
Join the largest four-mile race in the United States with a sold-out field of 15,000 runners and walkers at Ohio Stadium. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Urban and Shelley Meyer Fund For Cancer Research.