Get High, Get Scared, Get Fed
And listen to a little singing
Arbor Day Festival
That little dot you see towards the bottom right in this photo is a young girl learning how Westerville city arborists do their jobs. At least one of their jobs. Or, maybe she’s just having a good time.
The Autumn Arborfest is Saturday at Alum Creek North Park beginning at 10 a.m. and lasting until 2 p.m. Kids can climb trees, study trees, touch animals that live in trees, touch trees, and buy native tree saplings and plants from nearby local nurseries.
Best part! It’s free.
There’s more than balloons and magic at September’s Fourth Friday. Bring food, and get a free Kona Ice. Supply is limited.
Hanby's 100th Anniversary Celebration activities.
LDNL performs at City Hall at 6:30. That’s Lieutenant Dan’s New Legs.
The Arts Council of Westerville on West Main St. with art exhibits and a kid’s art activity
Generations Performing Arts Center, Fred Astaire Westerville, and Fitness Frenzy dance on West College Ave
Bring a non-perishable food donation for Westerville Area Resource Ministry. Drop it off at the Kona Ice Truck and get a free Kona Ice. (while supplies last)
Mascot Party with Cardy from Otterbein on the lawn at the Westerville Public Library.
A Little Night Music
There are still good seats for Otterbein Theatre’s production of Harold Prince and Stephen Sondheim’s “A Little Night Music.” Get tickets today as the show only runs through Oct. 1. Otterbein’s theatre department has graduated numerous actors, singers, performers, and artists that are featured on Broadway, television, and film. Catch this production of “A Little Night Music” so you can say “I saw them when they were students at Otterbein!”
The Story of Katherine Wai
From the Westerville Public Library:
How do imperialism, the opium trade, steamship travel, immigration law, and the horrors of war relate to Westerville, Ohio? Learn how Katherine Wai’s life demonstrates how interconnected Westerville is with the wider world.
Get Your Scared On
You begin in a cemetery and end in jewels. That’s quite a spooky adventure on a cold dark fall night.
There are a dozen stops on this ghost tour through Uptown and each one has a different tale to tell about the unknown, unforeseen, and perhaps unforgiven spirits that linger in Uptown.
This collection of spirited stories is slightly theatrical, largely historical, and entertaining with performers from Good Medicine Productions.
Book your trip through ghostly Uptown through Halloween. (Friday night is sold out.)
The Saturday Market’s End Is Near
The antepenultimate Saturday Farmers is this Saturday. It’s your next to next to the last Saturday you’ll fill your recyclable bags with local goodies. Don’t wait. Next Saturday is the penultimate Saturday Market. And you know what that means.