Apple picking, hayrides, football and the long-awaited arrival of FestiFair makes Marysville feel like fall, even if the weather is still steamy. Read on for more ways to get in the fall spirit this weekend.

All weekend long

Apple picking at CherryHawk Farms

Head out to CherryHawk Farms to snap up some Jonafree, McIntosh and Gala apples, while enjoying a beautiful backdrop of sunflowers. The farm is open each day from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Parade of Homes at Jerome Village

The Parade of Homes is back again this year with a showing of 7 beautiful homes in Jerome Village. You can tour the properties and get inspired each day this weekend until 7 p.m.

Friday

Golf scramble at Darby Creek Golf Course

There’s nothing like golfing for a good cause. Round up a foursome and head out to Darby Creek Golf Course on Friday morning. Proceeds benefit the People with DD and Health Department Levy

Open Mic Night at Dalton Union Winery

Anyone can be a rockstar this Friday at Dalton Union Winery. Bring your own instrument and put on a show from 2 – 10 p.m. Play some original material or pay tribute to the greats with some classic covers.

Saturday

FestiFair Arts & Crafts Festival

Nothing says fall to us quite like the county craft show! Starting at 9 a.m. in uptown Marysville, check out over 100 vendors selling everything from home decor to street food. Cookin ‘with Kibby will even make an appearance for another live demo.

Ohio State Tailgate at The Ville Grille

The Ville Grille is hosting another tailgate this weekend as OSU takes on Rutgers. Kick off is at 3:30, but you can head out to the festivities starting at 11 a.m.

Harry Potter Fest at Marysville Public Library

Grab your wand and Gryffindor scarf and get to the Marysville Public Library this Saturday for an afternoon of magical fun! Activities include a Harry Potter-themed escape room, potions making and more.

Experience Farm Life at Scheiderer Farms

Scheiderer Farms is helping families discover the life of a farmer this Saturday. Kids can meet the farm animals, check out the combine and take a hayride. You’ll need to get tickets, as spots for this event go fast.

Sunday

Beginner’s Sewing for Kids at Marysville Art League

This beginner’s sewing class goes all month long, but starts this weekend. Kids will gain valuable hands-on instruction in sewing both by machine and by hand, and they’ll come away with a few finished projects. The class is aimed at kids 7 and up. Tickets available here.

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