Classic car shows, movies at the park and Halloween spooks are just a few of the items on this month's 'must do' list of events and activities.
1. 20th Annual Classic Country Car ShowOctober 7, 2012
Sunday 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
Big Walnut High School
555 South Old 3C Highway, Sunbury, 43074
From the Website:20th Annual Country Car Show hosted by Sunbury-Galena Rotary Club. New location this year at Big Walnut High School in Sunbury, Ohio. Judging starts at noon and trophies awarded once judging complete in categories of Favorite Hot Rods, Originals and Trucks. Dash Plaques to first 200 and Goodie Bags to first 300 cars registered. Live DJ, vendors, door prizes and great food provided by Relay for Life teams.
Plus: Moshi restaurant review.
Friday 7-9 p.m. Held the fourth Friday of the month
4640 Wyandotte Dr., Columbus, 43230
From the Website:Stage fright - forget it! Everyone in the winery will back you up! Fun and free Karaoke! No reservations required, no cover charge.
Plus: North Market review.
Thursday noon-1 p.m.
Cultural Arts Center
139 W. Main St., Columbus, 43215
From the WebsiteConversations & Coffee is a weekly program that brings together artists and those who love art in a relaxed, casual setting. You bring a sack lunch; we'll provide the coffee.
Plus: Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams review
Saturday at dusk
160 S. High St., Columbus, 43215
Saturday 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Battelle Riverfront Park, 25 Marconi Blvd., Columbus, 43215
From the Website:Epee one touch tournament takes place on the docks in front of the ship. The final duel is held on the quarter deck of the ship for the winners of the tournament. If weather is bad the event will either be moved inside at another location or cancelled.
Sunday 1-4 p.m.
The Depot Conference Center and Rail Museum
921 Old Henderson Rd., Columbus, 43220
From the WebsiteLittle goblins of all ages will enjoy a ghoulish afternoon of fun for the entire family at The Depot Rail Museum when they visit treat stations sponsored by AAA of Ohio, Zettlers Hardware, The Golf Village of Gahanna, and Costume Holiday House while touring decorated train cars and a restored train depot. All are welcome and encouraged to dress in costume.