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10 fun things to do in Grand Columbus on the weekend of October 14

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A terribly fun time at COSI

Enjoy COSI unaccompanied by children at the event for ages 21 and up COSI After Dark: Fright Night from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on October 14. Besides the chance to explore the building at leisure, the event offers the chance to explore a haunted house time travel, dance to the “Monster Mash” and other topical tunes with DJ Josh Staley and take part in individual and group costume contests. Food and craft beer will be available. Tickets are $ 20 in advance and $ 30 at the door. Masks are compulsory except for eating and drinking. (614-228-2674, www.cosi.org)

From left to right: Cory Cotton, Cody Jones, Tyler Toney, Garrett Hilbert and Coby Cotton of "Perfect guy"

Perfect guy to inspire laughs at Value City Arena

Come witness their hits and stunts, but stay for the comedy and the inspiring message of faith. Dude Perfect, the five-guy American sports and comedy group based in Frisco, TX, started as roommates at Texas A&M University and now has over 53 million subscribers on the most subscribed sports channel YouTube for watch their competitive matches with different sports and unique rules. They will perform on October 14 at 7 p.m. at Value City Arena, East Lane Avenue and Olentangy River Road. Tickets cost $ 23 and more at Ticketmaster (www.ticketmaster.com)

Watershed Distillery will be offering tours this weekend.

Learn about vodka, gin and more at Watershed

See how your favorite drinks are produced on a 1-hour tour of Watershed Distillery, 1145 Chesapeake Ave. Learn the history of the distillery – which produces gin, vodka, bourbon, and apple brandy – as you tour the facility and adjacent barrel. aging warehouse. The tour includes an optional sample of selected spirits. You must be 21 or over to taste, but those 16 and over are welcome on the tour if accompanied by a parent or guardian. Visits, limited to 15 people, take place at 6 p.m. on October 14; 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on October 15; 3 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. on October 16 and 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. on October 17. Tours cost $ 15 per person. (614-357-1936, www.watersheddistillery.com)

Scarecrows among the landscapes of Dawes

Go to Dawes Arboretum in Newark to soak up the changing leaves, but stick around for the plethora of imaginatively dressed scarecrows. For the second annual ‘Ex-STRAW-dinary Scarecrows’ event, which will start October 16 and run through October 31, over 50 scarecrows – including those costumed to look like superheroes, gardeners and a fisherman – were created by Arboretum staff and volunteers. . The arboretum, at 7770 Jacksontown Road, is open daily 9 am-7pm for non-members and 8 am-7pm and members. Admission costs $ 10, or $ 5 for ages 5 to 15, free for ages 4 and under; free for members. (dawesarb.org)

New Vision Dance Company

A celebration of “15 years of dance”

A decade and a half of skillful dancing will be compressed into a pair of performances with the New Vision Dance Company’s latest program, “Retrospective III: 15 Years of Dance”. The diverse dance troupe – founded in Seattle in 2006 and known for a range of styles, including jazz, tap and contemporary – will perform the show at 7 p.m. on October 16 and 2 p.m. on October 17 at the McCoy Center for the Arts, 100 Route Ouest Dublin-Granville. Masks and proof of vaccination or negative COVID test required. Tickets cost $ 22 or $ 17 for seniors. (www.newvisiondanceco.org)

Wild Goose Creative offers an opportunity for arts and crafts.

Wild Goose offers a craft workshop for families

Young people can celebrate fall and explore their creativity at the Fall Arts and Crafts Workshop at Wild Goose Creative, 188 McDowell St. As part of the Free Family Sundays series at the center of the event, the workshop, which will take place from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 17, invites children and their parents to create Halloween masks, make pieces inspired by fall foliage and other activities. There is no charge to participate; children must be accompanied by an adult throughout. Masks are mandatory. (www.wildgoosecreative.com)

The cell block is at the Mansfield Reformatory.

Self-guided Ohio State Reformatory tours available

Opened in 1896 and closed in 1990, the Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield will be familiar to Ohioans as the filming location for the 1994 prison drama “The Shawshank Redemption.” If you’re a fan of the film – or just curious about what life was like inside the prison during its years of operation – take the 90-minute self-guided tours of the House of Correction, 100 Reformatory Road, Thursday to Sunday until mid-November. Tickets cost $ 19 or are free for ages 6 and under. Register at mrps.org.

The Columbus Immersive Theater will present

Ready for a “Rocky Horror” revival?

Let’s do the Time Warp again! The Columbus Immersive Theater will take one step left, then one step right with “The Rocky Horror Show.” This is an annual cover of the Halloween season of sister company Short North Stage’s popular 2018 production of the 1973 rock music parody of horror and sci-fi films. Nightly performances are at 11 p.m. on October 15-16, October 22-23 and October 29-30, and 7:00 p.m. on October 31 (Halloween night) on the main stage of the Garden Theater, 1187 N. High St. Masks and proof of vaccination or negative COVID test required. Tickets cost $ 49 to $ 54. (614-469-0939, www.cbusarts.com, www.shortnorthstage.org)

A Day of the Dead event will take place on October 16.

Day of the Dead event to offer food, art, and chat

Dress up, parade with Mexican dancers, and enjoy art exhibits and a day of live music at the Day of the Dead sponsored by Latino Arts for Humanity from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on October 16 at Greenlawn Cemetery, 1000 Greenlawn Ave. The free family event, which includes face painting and other activities for the kids, also has a full roster of panel discussions for those interested in learning more about the traditions of the celebration. Food and art vendors will also be on site. (latinoartsforhumanity.blogspot.com)

Pickerington Comic Festival

Superheroes + comics = lots of fun!

Meet local comic book and graphic novel creators and enjoy photo ops with costumed superheroes at the 5th Annual Pickerington Comics Free Festival, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 16 at the Main Library branch of Pickerington, 201 Opportunity Way, Pickerington. Pick up free comics during your stay and enjoy interactive activities, or use your library card to purchase graphic novels. (614-837-4104, pickeringtonlibrary.org)