To Do in Columbus this Weekend (Oct. 27-29)
It’s Friday, which means it’s time to review just a few of the things going on in Columbus this Halloween weekend. I will be watching my daughter in her first big role on the high school stage tonight and tomorrow evenings (details below if you’re interested), and of course tuning in to the big game tomorrow afternoon. Sports, theater, giving back, costume parties, a real estate tour—there’s something here for everyone. Have a great weekend!
The Blue Jackets are off to their best start in franchise history. This is the final meeting of the two teams this season. The Jackets won the first game 5-2.
Friday and Saturday, 7:30pm
Set in Providence, Rhode Island, P.J. Barry’s The Octette Bridge Club focuses on eight sisters of Irish descent who meet on alternate Friday evenings to play bridge and gossip.
Bring the whole family out to this “merry-not-scary” Halloween event of heroic proportions. Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo.
On Saturday, volunteers from across the country will unite for Make A Difference Day, one of the largest annual single-days of service nationwide. Since 1992, volunteers and communities have come together on Make A Difference Day with a single purpose: to improve the lives of others.
The Buckeyes (No. 6) face their highest-ranked opponent this season in No. 2 ranked Penn State.
David Sedaris, best-selling author, humorist, and contributor to “This American Life,” will be appearing at the Ohio Theatre for one night only in support of the May 2017 release of his newest book, a collection of diaries titled Theft by Finding Diaries (1977–2002).
Join Studio 35 for our annual Rocky Horror Halloween Show. Tickets $10.00 17 and older, under 17 needs a parent or guardian. 11:30pm pre show starts. Come dressed up as your favorite character from movie and get a chance to win prizes. This event will sell out. No refunds unless show is cancelled.
A family friendly 5k running/walking event held at Genoa Park in downtown Columbus, Ohio. All proceeds will go to benefit the Joans Cancer Foundation.
Be the first to tour brand new residential units and lifestyle amenities at Bridge Park in Dublin! This new community is rapidly completing construction on its first phase of development, and Columbus Underground is hosting a special edition of the Urban Living Tour series to give you a chance to check it out!