Spooky Halloween & Trick or Treat Guide

Find out about the fun Halloween activities

Beggar's Night & Trick-or-Treat Times

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29TH
Bexley 5:30-7PM
Canal Winchester 5:30-7:30PM
Circleville 5:30-7PM
Clintonville 6-8PM
Columbus 6-8PM
Dublin 6-8PM
Gahanna 6-8PM
Galena 6-7:15PM
Grandview Heights 6-8PM
Grove City 6-8PM
Groveport 5:30-7PM
Hilliard 6-8PM
Johnstown 6-8PM
Lancaster 6-7:30PM
Johnstown 6-8PM
London 6-8PM
Marysville 6-8PM
Mt. Vernon 5:30-7 PM
New Albany 6-8PM
Newark 5:30-7PM
Orange Township 6-8PM
Perry Township 6-8PM
Pickerington 6-8PM
Plain City 6-8PM
Reynoldsburg 6-8PM
Sunbury 5-7PM
Upper Arlington 6-8PM
West Jefferson 6-8PM
Westerville 6-8PM
Whitehall 6-8PM

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31ST
Delaware 6-8PM
Granville 5:30-7PM
Lewis Center 5:30-7PM
Marion 5:30-7:30PM
Ostrander 6-8PM
Powell 6-8PM
Worthington 6-8PM

SPECIAL EVENTS & FESTIVALS

All Hallow's Eve

Oct. 17 & 24 - 5:30-9:30PM
Ohio Village & History Center
800-686-6124

Enjoy an evening of family fun at All Hallows' Eve, with a retelling of the Headless Horseman by the bonfire, pumkin carving and creepy characters roaming Ohio VIllage. Come revel in old-fashioned entertainment including fortune telling, crafts, games and more! There will also be an apparence by you-know-who! Admission is $12/adult & $9/youth (6-12).

Boo at the Zoo

Weekends: Oct. 16-18 & Oct. 23-25
Fridays: 5-9PM, Saturdays: 10AM-9PM, Sundays: 10AM-8PM
Columbus Zoo & Aquarium ( 614-470-0655)
FREE WITH ADMISSION

Bring the whole family out to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions. Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday. you an see your favorite Avengers take to the stage in an ALL NEW action packed show. Visit ALL the FrogwortZ Academy. Hang out with the pirates of the eerie Shores and experience a whole lot more "spook"-tacular rides and attractions for the young and the young at heart. Visit the Boo at the Zoo Website for more information and tickets.

Harvest Fair

Oct. 3: 2-6PM
Columbus Commons, Downtown Columbus

Don’t miss this great celebration of the fall season at Columbus Commons! The Harvest Fair will feature a full day of free and ticketed family-friendly rides, games, and entertainment that will bring thousands of people to the heart of Downtown. Families are invited to enjoy carousel rides, inflatable games, fall-themed arts and crafts, a pumpkin patch, and much more. Many activities are free and some activities require a $5 wristband for unlimited fun.

Creepside Festival

Oct. 21: 4:30-8PM
Creekside Park & Plaza, Gahanna

Come to the festival in your fun, animated, silly costumes or painted faces and enjoy the festivities! Creepside is a family friendly event appropriate for all ages. The entire Creekside Park & Plaza will be transformed into a festival filled with:

• Trick or Treat trail along Mill Street with local businesses & organizations!
• Live Music
• Variety of family entertainment through the Creekside District 
• Interactive children’s games hosted by Gahanna Parks & Recreation
• Food Vendors
• Haunted Maze by the Gahanna Lincoln Performance Studio Theatre group
• Not so Scary Trail Creekside Park along the Big Walnut with Pathway Church volunteer group
• Paddle Boat rides ($5 per boat ride)

Circleville Pumpkin Show

Oct. 21-24
Downtown Circleville (740-474-7000)

One of Ohio's olderst festival, the Circleville Pumpkin Show is everything about the pumpkin. Great family event with parades, pumpkin recipes, amusement rides, music, gams, contests and so much more

Halloween Pet Parade & Fall Festival

Oct. 18: 12-4PM
Easton Town Center, Columbus ( 614-416-7000)

The Halloween Pet Parade and Fall Festival is a fun, fall event that encourages participants to dress up their pets in festive Halloween costumes. The event, which is in its fifteenth year at Easton Town Center, will be held in Fenlon Square. Bring the entire family and get creative with your costumes! Our pet parade will kick off at 1:30 PM in front of Moochie & Co. Awards given include Most Creative, Scariest, Cutest, and Funniest Costumes.

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Respook, Rewear, Rescare...Halloween Costume Exchange

Oct. 3: 10AM-1PM
Worthington Community Center (614-436-2743)

Has your child outgrown his or her Halloween costume but it still looks like new? The Worthington Community Center is accepting clean, gently used Halloween costumes for its first “Respook, Rewear, Rescare: Halloween Costume Exchange." Participants are invited to drop off costumes at the Worthington Community Center during normal business hours. Costumes may also be donated to the event. (Please see attachment with Costume Exchange Guidelines) In addition to picking out a new costume at the event, children can also participate in fun activities and eat a healthy treat.

Fall Harvest Jamboree @ Smith Farms

Oct. 3: Noon - 5 PM
Smirth Farms, Columbus (614-645-5330)

Columbus Recreation and Parks Department is going to celebrate our fall season with our “Get Cluckin'” at Smith Farms for our annual Fall Harvest Jamboree. Come on down to enjoy an afternoon of hayrides, stick horse races, and farm games. Other activities include the pumpkin patch for youth, barnyard straw maze, and fall crafts. Also enjoy some chow at the concession stand or baked goods from our local centers. Event is Free. Parking is $5.

Old Time Harvest Day

Oct. 4: Noon-5 PM
Fryer Park, Grove City (614-277-3050)

For most of Ohio’s history, the fall harvest featured neighbors working together to reap the fruits of the growing season and to prepare for the winter ahead. The Southwest Franklin County Historical Society and the City of Grove City provide an opportunity for families to connect with their community’s past.

Enjoy a living history experience with a variety of hands-on activities including old-time games, traditional crafts such as leather tooling and rope weaving, and daily chores like churning butter and pumping well water. Step back in time and visit a typical community in central Ohio during the mid to late 1800s. View restored and reconstructed historical buildings including a one-room schoolhouse, a log cabin, general store and barns, a windmill, as well as an herb garden and antique equipment. Also featured are wagon rides, costumed re-enactors and demonstrations of traditional music, cooking and trades like blacksmithing, chair caning and tin forming.

Bexley Harvest Festival

Oct. 9: 6-8PM
Jeffrey Mansion, Bexley

Everyone is invited to Jeffrey Mansion on Friday, October 17th to enjoy a fun filled evening at harvest time. Activities will include a cookout and children’s crafts. There will be continuous hayrides all evening, Enchanted Walk, Corn Maze, bonfire and more!

Apple Butter Day

Oct. 10: 1-6 PM
Heritage Park, Groveport

Held each year on the second Saturday in October offers music, homemade crafts and skilled craft demonstrators, all located in and around the grounds of Groveport's 1820's Log House on Wirt Road.  Entertainment for this years Groveport Apple Butter Day will be Paul Brown, Sawmill Ridge Bluegrass Band, The Hart Brothers and closing out the event with Open Highway.  Plan a fun filled day with your family at Groveport Apple Butter Day.  There will be craft demonstrators, homemade crafts and food, Cornbread and Bean Dinner at Crooked Alley KidSpace, FREE petting zoo, and pony rides and of course the old fashioned tractors.  A few changes being made this year are: All childrens' activities will be located around the Palm Pond just south of the stage.  All children's activities are FREE.

Bremen Pumpkin Walk & Run

Oct. 10: 5:30-8:30PM
Howell Park, Bremen (740-569-7502)

Over 100 hand-carved illuminated pumpkins on display. Family Fun, 5k Run, Pumpkin Drop and Pumpkin Walk.
Bremen Pumpkin 5K Run/Walk & Kids Fun Run  $15- 5K Run/Walk $1 - Kids Fun Run

Powell Autumn Community Bonfire

Oct. 10: 7-9PM
Village Green Park, Powell (614-885-9820)

A fall family favorite returns to Village Green Park in 2013. At the Community Bonfire, residents can enjoy FREE hot dogs, donut holes, cider and marshmallows, and stay warm around a raging bonfire.

Upper Arlington Fall Fest

Oct. 11: 1-5 PM
Fancyburg Park, Upper Arlington (614-583-5300)

Fall Fest is packed with fun activities the whole family can enjoy. Try your hand at pumpkin carving, creating kites, arts& crafts, making apple cider or making caramel apples. Jump aboard for a hay ride and bounce your way through our inflatable games. Don’t forget to bring your appetite too, to enjoy hot dogs, brats, burgers and more! Admission is free for this yearly family event, which includes live music and entertainment. See you there!

Halloween Spooktacular

Oct. 15: 3:30-8:30PM
Dublin Community Recreation Center, Dublin

The City of Dublin will host its annual Halloween Spooktacular on Thursday, October 15, from  3:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Dublin Community Recreation Center (DCRC), 5600 Post Road. Join us for an evening of merry, not scary family fun for guests of all ages. Come in costume and enjoy a few tricks and a lot of fun treats inside and outside the DCRC. New in 2015, Mickey and Minnie will be outside the DCRC greeting guests and taking pictures. In addition, Lego® lovers can learn, build and play with thousands of bricks at Lego® Landing inside the DCRC. The event also includes returning favorites with exhibits featuring The Turtle Lady, The Bug Man, COSI, and a professional pumpkin carver.

Halloween Treat Trail Party

Oct. 16: 6-8:30PM
Everal Barn, Heritage Park, Westerville

Come out to this fun-filled night with Halloween-themed carnival games along the treat trail, play Halloween Bingo, take a walk down Vendor Alley, or enjoy a horse-drawn carriage night ride. Remember to wear your costume!

A Creepy Crawly Halloween Party

Oct. 17: 6:30-8:30PM
Worthington Community Center (614-436-2743)

Bugs will be abundant during our anual Halloween Party. Fly by music, hayrides, carnival games & candy! Special guests including the Bug Man will make this party the bee's knees! FREE

Creatures of the Night Walk

Oct. 17: 7-9 PM
McKnight Outdoor Education Center (614-645-3380)

Guided night walks will leave every 15 minutes. Join us for a night full of adventure at McKnight Outdoor Education Center. Enjoy a guided night walk where you will meet native nocturnal “animals”. Each animal will be eager to tell its own tale of nightly adventures and survival! Finish off the evening with hot cocoa and non-scary stories by the campfire. This is a non-scary event geared toward families with young children.

Community Halloween Party

Oct. 19: 6-9PM
JFK Park, Reynoldsburg

Come dressed in your best costume and be prepared to have a great time playing games, listening to live entertainment, and enjoying fun foods. You won’t want to miss this!

Barack Community Center Halloween/Fall Harvest Party

Oct. 22: 5:30-7:30PM
Barrack Community Center (614-645-3610)

Candy by the Carload

Oct. 24: 5-7PM
Village Green, Powell (614-885-9820)

The parking lot at the Village Green Municipal Building will be filled with businesses that will be dishing out candy by the carload! This unique trick-or-treat opportunity is perfect for younger ones who need help from an adult, who feel safer in the daylight or who just want to show off their costume before Halloween!

Pumpkin Hike

Oct. 24: 6:30-8:30PM
Alley Park, Lancaster

Enjoy a pumpkin lit night hike at Alley Park. Cook hot dogs over a bonfire. Great family event. Pumpkin carvers needed at 8 am at the Alley Park barn.

Family Halloween Funday at the North Market

Oct. 25: 12-2PM
North Market, Columbus

Ghost and goblins converge on North Market for their annual free Family Halloween Funday. Guests of all ages can participate in trick or treating with the diverse and sometimes spooky merchants and market flea vendors. Additional activities including children’s crafts, music and a special appearance from Columbus Children’s Theatre are planned throughout the day.

Zombie Halloween Pool Party

Oct. 25: 5:30-7PM
Westerville Community Center, Westerville

Come join zombie lifeguards for a haunted swim in the pool with a costume contest, face painting, a pumpkin pool hunt, and creepy pool punch. Ages six and under must have a parent in the water with them. Parents are FREE!

Barnett Community Center Halloween/Fall Harvest Party

Oct. 28: 6:30-8:30PM
Barnett Community Center (614-645-3065)

Olde Pickerington Haunted Village

Oct. 28: 6-8PM
Olde Pickerington Villag (614-833-2211)

Halloween fun for all ages! Ghost Tours, Story-Telling, Hayrides, visit the Haunted Museum, Haunted House and Hauted Garden, Trick or Treat in the Olde Village businesses, music by Rock Factory Studios and more!

Beatty Community Center Halloween/Fall Harvest Party

Oct. 29: 5-630PM
Beatty Community Center (614-645-3218)

Boo on Broadway

Oct. 29: 6-8PM
Town Center, Grove City

Grove City’s Town Center is transformed into destination for spooky fun from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 29. This annual, family-friendly alternative to the traditional door-to-door Beggars’ Night allows children to dress in costume and safely collect candy and other goodies from area businesses and civic organizations. This event is held rain or shine.

Safe Trick-or-Treat

Oct.29: 5-6:30PM
Courthouse Square, Newark

Held on the last Thursday in October each year, this free event continues to bring nearly 1,000 children and their families to the Courthouse Square to collect candy and other items in a safe and fun environment.

Pickerington Tots Trick or Treat

Oct. 29: 1:30-2:30PM
Pickerington City Hall (614-833-2211)

Children ages 2-5 accompanied by an adult can wear a costume and trick or treat through the Halloween decorated City Hall.

Haunted Overnight

Oct. 30-31: 7pm-10am
McKnight Outdoor Education Center (614-645-3300)

Wear your favorite costume and join us for McKnight Outdoor Education Center's annual Haunted Overnight! We'll have a spooktacular time playing games, doing crafts, taking a night hike, sitting around the campfire making S'mores, and much more. Don't forget your sleeping bag! A spooky evening snack and breakfast will be provided. This is a non-scary event.

SPOOKY STORYTIME, TALES & CRAFTS

Thurber House Ghost Writing Workshop

Oct. 6: 5-7PM
Gahanna Branch Library

Ghouls, goblins and giggles, oh my! Join us this fall as we create our own ghost stories sure to surprise and cause shrieks of laughter. If you are in 4th through 6th grade, sign up at one of your local libraries for our Ghost Writing Workshops where you work as a group to write a ghost story. With guidance from our teachers Sarah Magill and Valerie Cumming, you’ll learn how Thurber created his hilarious and spooky ghost story and how you can incorporate suspense, ghosts and humor all into one tale! Please call 645-2275 to register.

Thurber House Ghost Writing Workshop

Oct. 8: 6-8PM
Grandview Public Library

Ghouls, goblins and giggles, oh my! Join us this fall as we create our own ghost stories sure to surprise and cause shrieks of laughter. If you are in 4th through 6th grade, sign up at one of your local libraries for our Ghost Writing Workshops where you work as a group to write a ghost story. With guidance from our teachers Sarah Magill and Valerie Cumming, you’ll learn how Thurber created his hilarious and spooky ghost story and how you can incorporate suspense, ghosts and humor all into one tale! Please call 481-3778 to register.

Thurber House Ghost Writing Workshop

Oct. 10: 11AM-1PM
Whetsone Branch Library

Ghouls, goblins and giggles, oh my! Join us this fall as we create our own ghost stories sure to surprise and cause shrieks of laughter. If you are in 4th through 6th grade, sign up at one of your local libraries for our Ghost Writing Workshops where you work as a group to write a ghost story. With guidance from our teachers Sarah Magill and Valerie Cumming, you’ll learn how Thurber created his hilarious and spooky ghost story and how you can incorporate suspense, ghosts and humor all into one tale! Please call 645-2275 to register.

Fall Color Tram Rides

Oct. 11: 1-4PM
Blendon Woods Metro Park

Cruise around the park to see the leaves changing to their fall colors, and learn about the park's nature and history.

Preschoolers: Pumpkins,Gourds & Squash

Oct. 14: 11AM & 1PM
Oct. 15: 9:30 & 11AM
Highbanks Metro Park

Explore the many shapes and sizes of these vegetables, then decorate one of your own. Age 3-5. Monsters & Myths

Fall Literacy Spooktacular!

Oct. 17: 2-4PM
South High Branch Library, Columbus

Come join our carnival of literacy activities! The first 50 participants will receive a free, brand new kids' costume after children and parents complete a series of fair style games featuring all the skills kids need to succeed at reading! Ages 2-8 and their families. Register at the South High branch to reserve your costume!

Fall Color Tram Rides

Oct. 17: 1-4PM
Blendon Woods Metro Park

Cruise around the park to see the leaves changing to their fall colors, and learn about the park's nature and history.

Thurber House Ghost Writing Workshop

Oct. 17: 2-4PM
Dublin Branch Library

Ghouls, goblins and giggles, oh my! Join us this fall as we create our own ghost stories sure to surprise and cause shrieks of laughter. If you are in 4th through 6th grade, sign up at one of your local libraries for our Ghost Writing Workshops where you work as a group to write a ghost story. With guidance from our teachers Sarah Magill and Valerie Cumming, you’ll learn how Thurber created his hilarious and spooky ghost story and how you can incorporate suspense, ghosts and humor all into one tale! Please call 645-2275 to register.

Fall Fun Day Tram Rides & More!

Oct. 18: 2-6PM
Blendon Woods Metro Park

Take a tram ride between the Nature Center and Picnic Area to hear seasonal fun facts and stories, see fall colors, stop to play in a giant leaf pile, and roast a marshmallow over a campfire. A fall craft will also be in the Nature Center.

13 Days of Halloween - Make & Take A Mask

Oct. 19: 9:30AM-9PM
Southwest Public Library, Westland Area Branch

Stop in and make and take a mask, anytime. (youth services dept.)

Zombie Crafts

Oct. 20: 6:30-7:30PM
Southwest Public Library, Grove City

Tis the season for spooky zombie crafts! The library will host an evening of zombie-crafts for fans of the undead. Don’t forget to bring your BRAINS…. Grades: 6-12

Family Halloween Movie: Hocus Pocus

Oct. 22 - 6:45-9PM
Lane Road Branch Library, Upper Arlington

We'll be screening the movie "Hocus Pocus" to get into the Halloween spirit. Come early for some spooky trivia to win some pre-Halloween candy. The library will provide popcorn and you can bring your own beverages.

13 Days of Halloween - Spooky Preschool Storytime

Oct. 22: 10:30-11:15AM
Southwest Public Library, Westland Area Branch

Making regular visits is so important to your young child.  There is no better way to introduce your child to a lifetime of reading fun and satisfaction than by participating in storytimes.  Each program highlights great books, activities, finger plays, and songs presented just for your child's age.  For children ages 4-6.  No registration required.

13 Days of Halloween - Make & Take Spooky Witch

Oct. 23: 9:30AM-9PM
Southwest Public Library, Westland Area Branch

Spooky Witch, amke and take, all day (youth services dept.)

Preschoolers: Pirate Nature Scavenger Hunt

Oct. 23: 10AM & 1PM
Homestead Metro Park

Search the park for nature’s treasures.

Llama, Llama Halloween Fun

Oct. 24: 11AM-Noon
Northwest Branch Library, Carroll

It’s time for Little Llama’s Halloween fun with activities, games, and stories! It’s a great time to wear your costume to the library, but not required.

13 Days of Halloween - Spooky Disney Movie Saturday

Oct. 24: 3-5PM
Southwest Public Library, Westland Area Branch

Come enjoy a classic Disney movie.  all movies are rated G or PG.  Children need to be accompanied by an adult.

Pumpkin Harvest!

Oct. 24: 11AM-1PM
Slate Run Farm

Bring your children to Slate Run and have them pick out a free pumpkin that was grown here at the park! Children only and while our harvest supplies last!

Pumpkins & Corn

October 24-25: 1-3PM
Slate Run Farm

See a display of the many varieties of pumpkins, gourds and squash as well as corn, and find out the many ways these products were used on an 1880s farm.

Halloween Party

Oct. 25: 2-4PM
Inniswood Gardens Metro Park

Join us in the gardens to enjoy activities and crafts to celebrate this traditional annual holiday.

13 Days of Halloween - Find the Jack-O Lanterns

Oct. 25: 1-5PM
Southwest Public Library, Westland Area Branch

Spooky Pajama Storytime

Oct. 26: 6:30-7:30PM
Delaware County Library, Powell Branch

Spend a fun filled evening dressed up in your pajamas sharing silly spooky stories for all ages! BOO!!!!

13 Days of Halloween - Teen Scary Movie Night

Oct. 24: 6:30-8:30PM
Southwest Public Library, Westland Area Branch

Fall-O-Ween!

Oct. 27: 5:30-6:30PM
Northside Branch Library, Columbus

Join us for our annual Fall-O-Ween party! Costumes are encouraged at this evening of activities and treats! For families and children of all ages.

Bling-Out a Pumpkin!

Oct. 27: All Day
Miller Park Branch Library, Upper Arlington

Drop-in any time today to bling-out a pumpkin just in time for Halloween on Thursday! (Supplies provided while they last. Please, one per child.)

Bling-Out a Pumpkin!

Oct. 27 - All Day
Lane RoadBranch Library, Upper Arlington

Drop-in any time today to bling-out a pumpkin just in time for Halloween on Thursday! (Supplies provided while they last. Please, one per child.)

Glow-in-the-Dark Storytime

Oct. 28: 7-7:45PM
Upper Arlington Main Library

We’ll turn out the lights for some glowing tales along with some music, fun activities and a craft. Registration is required and begins October 15th. This special program is for ages 4+.

13 Days of Halloween - Not-so-Spooky Baby/Toddler Storytime

Oct. 28: 10:30-11AM
Southwest Public Library, Westland Area Branch

Making regular visits is so important to your young child. There is no better way to introduce your child to a lifetime of reading fun and satisfaction than by participating in storytimes. Each program highlights great books, activities, finger plays, and songs presented just for your child's age. Please accompany your child to each program and learn how activities can be extended at home. For ages birth-3 years old.  No registration required..

Halloween Costume Ball

Oct. 28: 9:30-11AM
Hilliard Branch Library

Come to the library dressed in your Halloween costume and stay for the fun! We'll sing songs, read stories, have a Halloween puppet show and trick or treat around the library. This program is in place of regularly scheduled storytimes for this day.

Trick or Treat Storytime

Oct. 28: 11-11:45AM
Whitehall Branch Library

Come to the library in your costume for spooky stories to get your little goblins ready for Kindergarten. Then they will trick or treat through the library. Ages 2-6.

Lego Club: Monster Mayhem

Oct. 29: 6:30-7:30PM
Delaware County Library, Orange Branch

This monster-themed LEGO Club is sure to send tingles down your spine! Ages 6-11.

13 Days of Halloween - Spooky Preschool Storytime

Oct. 29: 10:30-11:15AM
Southwest Public Library, Westland Area Branch

Making regular visits is so important to your young child.  There is no better way to introduce your child to a lifetime of reading fun and satisfaction than by participating in storytimes.  Each program highlights great books, activities, finger plays, and songs presented just for your child's age.  For children ages 4-6.  No registration required.

Halloween Night @ the Library

Oct. 29: 6-8PM
Southwest Public Library, Grove City

Drop by on your way to Boo on Broadway to catch a fun movie.

Bling-Out a Pumpkin!

Oct. 30 - All Day
Lane Rd. Branch Library, Upper Arlington

Drop-in any time today to bling-out a pumpkin just in time for Halloween on Thursday! (Supplies provided while they last. Please, one per child.)

13 Days of Halloween - Boo! Make & Take Ghost

Oct. 30: 9:30AM-9PM
Southwest Public Library, Westland Area Branch

Halloween Fun

Oct. 30: 9:30AM-6PM
Oct. 31: 9:30AM-6PM
Southwest Public Library, Grove City

Enjoy Halloween crafts, activities, snacks and fun in the Youth Services Department all weekend long.

Pumpkin Parade

Oct. 30: 10-11AM
Old Worthington Library, Worthington

Come in costume for a slightly scary storytime, a spook-tacular craft and a parade around the Village Green (weather permitting)! For ages 2-5

Halloweenie Campfire

Oct. 30: 7PM
Blacklick Woods Metro Park

Listen to myth and tales about bats, owls, and other creepy creatures at an evening campfire.

Pumpkin Parade

Oct. 31: 10:30-11:30AM
Upper Arlington Main Library

Come dressed in your costume for this special annual Halloween storytime. We’ll read a few stories and do some rhymes then parade around the library and enjoy a spooky treat.

Haunted Garden

Oct. 31: 10-11:30AM
Northwest Library, Columbus

Come in costume for a not-so-scary haunted garden and fall-themed activities. For ages 5 and under.

It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

Oct. 31: 11:30AM-1PM
Upper Arlington Main Library

Come join us after the Pumpkin Parade and watch Charlie Brown and friends celebrate the Halloween like no one else can. Refreshments will be provided.

Fairfield County Library Halloween Party

Oct. 31: 10:30AM-Noon
Fairfield County Library

13 Days of Halloween - Pumpkin Decorating & Costume Contest

Oct. 31: 11AM-12PM
Southwest Public Library, Westland Area Branch

Pumkin Decorating and Costume Contest 11:00AM Please bring your decorated pumpkins in at 11:00AM and come in costumes, too.  We will start judging pumpkins at 11:30AM.  Snacks provided. Ages 3-11. 

Geek Out at the Library: Costume Party & Contest

Oct. 31: 1-4PM
Westerville Public Library, Westerville

Looking for an excuse to wear your Halloween costume more than once this year? Come dressed as your favorite character from books, movies, comic books and television shows. Play games, munch on snacks, and enjoy some Halloween specials including It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. Do your fandom proud, bring your A-game and be ready to vote for the most righteous costume.