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Mega Fall Weekend 2014 – Vol. 5

Anne Evans Anne Evans Mega Fall Weekend 2014 – Vol. 5HighBall Halloween returns Friday and Saturday. Photo by Matt Ellis.
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Happy Halloween Weekend Round 1! Are you going to the big party on High Street, HighBall Halloween on Friday and Saturday night? Enter to win tickets to Miranda July.

Tonight, CATCO & Gallery Players open My Name is Asher Lev. Join Community Plates for their fundraising event at Everal Barn in Westerville. Hear about The Department of Design’s DAIM Recall that illustrates the power of memories to inspire. Artist Almond Zigmund’s exhibition opens at CCAD’s Canzani Center. Ori Gersht’s Still Life continues at Columbus Museum of Art. Learn more about the proposed amendments to the City Charter. There’s public meetings on COTA’s fare increase. Wholly Craft hosts a poetry workshop with Amy Turn Sharp. The Early Bird Food Trailer has a soft opening. BalletMet opens Innovations, an experience of contemporary dance works. Drive-By Truckers perform at Newport Music Hall. ReStart brings the house music to Brothers Drake. Wild Goose hosts the Columbus Comedy Festival through Saturday. The Lion King continues at the Ohio Theatre. There’s also a comedy show at Short North Stage. Go to Boo at the Zoo! Go out for PJs & Eggs, the annual breakfast for dinner event. Burlesque Biographie continues at Shadowbox Live. Super SideKick the Musical opens at the Children’s Theatre.

HighBall has their first evening of fun. Are you doing the Haunted Statehouse tours? MadLab continues Memory Fragments and stick around for 3:30 Bed. The Ohio Game Developers Expo kicks off at COSI and goes through Sunday. See The King of Arcades at Studio 35. There’s a bunch of Halloween themed events at Gateway Film Center. The ScareATorium continues to scare you! The Pumpkin Patch is back at Glass Axis. O-GEE has a special night at Strongwater. The Experience Haunted Attraction continues at Dark Woods. Duplexity is at the Garden Theatre. Actual Brewing Company gives you a Creepy Time. Are you going to the Harvest Ball? Panama Wedding, CD102.5’s Low Dough Show is at the Basement. The Green Lawn Abbey tells you Tales from the Crypt. Hear Steff Mahan and Donna Mogavero at The Shrunken Head. Freak Show continues at Shadowbox Live. Elm & Iron Clintonville hosts Wicked Wears, a carnival of local merchants.

Mozart’s is hosting the KleinOktoberfest event, with a true Oktoberfest feast! It’s the first 400 Winter Market of the season, with Harvest Market. It’s also Make a Difference Day, do something good for your community. HighBall has their Runway show. Bar 145 continues their burger contest.  20s-40s themed cocktail party SWANK returns to Short North Stage. Go on a Columbus Art Ride, meet at the Grange Insurance Audubon Center. Go Plant Pride on Parsons. Laughing Ogre hosts a Kids Costumed Halloween Party with the Shazzbots. Have you tried Fox in the Snow Cafe? The Franklin Park Conservatory hosts a trick or treat. HOOT is at the Gateway Film Center. Raisin Rack shows you some holiday gluten-free ideas. Tour a Frank Lloyd Wright inspired Prairie Style home. Katalina’s begins a popup inside of Oddfellows. Nashville based group Dynamo is at Spacebar. Go on a Halloween Lantern Walking Tour, meeting at the Topiary Garden House. EcoFlora has a grand re-opening in a new location in Clintonville.

Attack of the Killer Crafts gets your holiday shopping taken care of. There’s a pet parade in German Village. It’s the last Food Adventures Taco Truck Tour of the season. Last day for you to see the Young Art Collectors Show at Tacocat. It’s also the last Market Flea at the North Market and they also have a Family Funday. Nina West’s Heels of Horror continues. The Crew takes on Philadelphia Union. Go on a Haunted History Tour of Columbus. You are running out of time to see Shadowbox Live’s great show Evo. CityMusic returns to Via Vecchia Winery with a concert. Go on a graveyard hike. Hear Chamber Music in Merion Village. The Columbus Idea Foundry hosts Pumpkin Smash. The Bexley Public Library celebrates 90 years of serving the community.

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