It’s Halloween weekend, guys and ghouls! Our town is celebrating in style with TONS of spooky events for the whole family. Read on for 7+ things to do this fall weekend.
All Weekend Long
You already know where we’ll be this weekend — Checking out the Silver Scene Players’ fantastic new production “Dancing in Riddles!” You can grab tickets on their website, but we’re also hosting a giveaway on our Facebook page! Shows are Friday and Saturday night, with a matinee Sunday. Don’t forget: All proceeds benefit Union County Neighbor to Neighbor.
Saturday, October 27
Don your costume and hit the streets of Uptown Marysville for this annual Halloween event. Merchants in uptown Marysville will be passing out goodies, including Packrat Comics who will have free comics for the kids!
As part of the Scarysville event, the library will be hosting Halloween fun, as well. Join them for crafts, treats and pumpkin painting this Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon.
Fall Fun Day at Dutch Mill Greenhouse
Head out to Dutch Mill for a fall-themed farewell as they say goodbye for the season. They’ll have free pumpkin decorating, fall snacks and cider, Smiling Daisy Food Truck, plus allll the end-of-season sales.
The Ville Grille is hosting a wild Halloween party on Saturday night! They’ll have spooky drink specials, a DJ, plus a costume contest with $100 up for grabs to the best costume.
Sunday, October 28
Try an alternative to Halloween night trick or treating with Trunk or Treat! This year, Trunk or Treat will be held in the parking lot by the MHS Football stadium. Grab the kiddos for an evening of tasty candy, fun games and prizes, hot dogs and popcorn.
The MAiZE at Little Darby Creek is also closing out the season this weekend and they’re celebrating with a pumpkin smash! See some pumpkins get crushed, win prizes and enjoy your last chance to tour the corn maze this season.
And since Halloween is just around the corner, read on for local trick-or-treat times…
Area Trick-or-Treat Schedule:
Marysville, Milford Center and Plain City – October 31, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Richwood – October 31, 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.