The party starts early this week with the book launch of my friend Cynthia Rosi’s long awaited book!!! It’s sure to be a frighteningly good time!
The Light Catcher
Book Launch Party
Via Vecchia Winery
Via Vecchia Winery hosts the launch of The Light Catcher, a mystery novel by Cynthia Rosi, on Wednesday, October 29th. Party 6:30-9pm.
Tarot card reading plus a haunted history winery walk with ghost stories. Wine tastings, appetizers, available to purchase.
RSVP to Lindsay Everson, email@example.com with Book Launch in the subject line.
Ohio Art League
McConnell Arts Center
This year OAL’s annual Fall Juried Exhibition will be on exhibit at the Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center of Worthington from October 30, 2014 – January 5, 2015. Come out for the Opening Reception on Thursday, October 30th from 6-8pm.
The Juror of Esteem is Rod Bouc, artist and Executive Deputy Director of Operations at the Columbus Museum of Art. Out of over 120 submissions, Rod carefully chose 25 works to be exhibited for this annual OAL exhibition.
From there, things get a little more raunchy but equally ghoulish…check out this weekend’s happenings!
9 P.M.-2 A.M.
Three Nights. Three Themes.
Thursday October 30th – Circus
Friday October 31st – The Ward
Saturday November 1st – Masquerade
Costumes are mandatory, Theme is optional.
Good Vibes Winery
It’s time to start planning your costume and practice your favorite song! Good Vibes Winery is having a Halloween party with Karaoke at the winery on October 31st with prizes for the best costumes! This event benefits WARM and we will be collecting non-perishables on Friday and Saturday. In addition, $1/bottle of all carryout wine sales will be donated to W.A.R.M.
As it gets closer to the Holidays, we believe it is a time to reflect on our blessings and give back to those in our community less fortunate. Good Vibes will be donating $1 for every carry out bottle of wine purchased on Friday, October 31. We also will be collecting items for the WARM Pantry from October 28 – November 1. Most wanted items for the Pantry are:
- Canned Pineapple
- Canned Chicken
- Baked Beans
- Rice Sides
- Hamburger Helper
- While costumes are not required to attend the party, Good Vibes will be awarding gift cards for the scariest, funniest, and most original costumes. So, it’s not too late to start thinking about that unique costume. You just might win!
Dave and Art will be entertaining the crowd with Karaoke. No matter what your music preference is, we’re sure they will have a tune to fit your talents. Whether you want to sing solo or with a friend, you’ll have fun entertaining the crowd.
See you at the HalloWINE Party!
Strongwater Food and Spirits
Step right up and party with Fear Hundred as the Haunted Carnival opens its ghastly doors for one night only!
Come to 400 West Rich when the circus comes to town, bringing with it the creepiest local artists and performers under the Big Top.
Feast your eyes on the daring feats of Movement Activities Arial Dance, the hypnotic undulations from Sacred Shimmy Belly Dance, the spooky symphonies of Mummula, The Magic Mirror, Fear Hundred’s dark carnival-themed art show, and more.
Shake your bones in your finest costume as the sideshow rolls in…and hope you make it ’til morning.
$3 cover, 21+
Show dates: October 23rd – November 5th
Opening night: Friday, October 31st, 6-9pm
Trick or treat! The reception for the October open falls right on Halloween. Olde Towne East Parsons Carnival will be happening at the same time as the show. Businesses on Parsons will have games and prizes. Come play Pin The Parts On The Zombie and check out some amazing artwork.
See the link below for more information.
MARK TWAIN CRAFT BAZAAR
The Mark Twain Craft Bazaar is one of the most highly anticipated holiday bazaars in Westerville. As it enters the 30th year, the Mark Twain Craft Bazaar has grown to include over 140 unique artists from throughout Ohio and welcomed 2000 patrons last year. All items are beautifully hand crafted.
AND, OF COURSE, SATURDAY IS THE EVER-POPULAR SHORT NORTH GALLERY HOP FEATURING:
ROY G BIV Gallery proudly presents the work of Carol Boram-Hays and Andrew McCauley. Boram-Hays’ compelling yet toxic sculptures explore our conflicted relationship with industrialization. McCauley’s scorched paintings portray the atrophy caused by multiple sclerosis.
If you happen to be in Indy this weekend!
The Sol Center
Throw on your favorite band or concert t-shirt and join us for opening night of this truly unique group exhibition!
Meet many of the participating artists, enjoy food and drinks, some great tunes and experience this interactive art exhibition with all of your senses!
Touch the art, play the instruments, hear the artist interviews and behind the scenes stories via Piggyback App on your smart device!