Hello, cold snap! While the weather may make you feel like snuggling up at home, there’s a ton to do in Marysville this weekend. Read on for 8 things to do this weekend — no matter the temperature.

All weekend long

Apple picking at CherryHawk Farms
You’ve still got time to grab that perfect, fall family apple picking photo — along with some Golden Delicious apples! Head out to CherryHawk Farms any time this weekend to fill your baskets and your memory card.

Field of Fright at The MAiZE
It wouldn’t be Halloween season without a haunted corn maze! The MAiZE at Little Darby Creek turns haunted on Friday and Saturday night at dark. Tickets are $15 per person.

Friday, October 19

Live music at the Hope Center
The Hope Center is hosting a late-night concert with band Carry the Cost. There will also be food, games and music from 9-11:45 p.m. on Friday.

Saturday, October 20

Fall Fest at Standing Stone Office Park
The businesses of Standing Stone Office Park (near Scott Farms) are hosting a fall fest this Saturday from 10-noon. There will be bounce houses for the kids, as well as other fall activities like pumpkin painting.

Paranormal Adventures at Marysville Public Library

Do you believe in ghosts? You might be having second thoughts after hearing from the Ohio Researchers of Banded Spirits at the library on Saturday. They’ll bring video and audio evidence, as well as teach you how to conduct your own investigations at this free event aimed at teens and adults.

Second Annual Sweetest Day Chocolate Walk
Support the uptown Avalon Theater project and participate in the Second Annual Sweetest Day Chocolate Walk. One ticket gets you a map of participating shops and a goodie bag to collect your sweets. Then, stroll through uptown collecting goodies! Start at Richwood Bank and make your way uptown from there.

Live music at Dalton Union Winery
Craig Allen Ridgeway is a local singer-songwriter who will be performing at Dalton Union Winery this weekend. Catch his live show at 6:30 p.m. and check out The Beastro Food Truck while you’re there.

Sunday, October 21

Trick or Treat & Costume Contest at The MAiZE
Bring the kids out to the MAiZE starting at 2 p.m. for a costume contest and trick-or-treat time. Staff superheroes will be on hand to assist, so don’t forget to bring your camera!

 

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