October Events You Can't Miss

When I started 614 Mom, I promised to only share about things that I firmly stand behind, which is why you'll never see a long crazy list of events but instead every month I share a carefully curated list, full of the best events in town.  There is something on here for everyone, so grab your calendar and start adding these events to it.  You will be glad you did. Check back regularly as I will add fun events as I find them.  

 

PARTY Like It's Your Birthday Grand Opening on October 6 from 10am - 6pm at The Shops at Worthington Place.  Face painting, balloons and character appearances all to celebrate the grand opening of this cool new business. Make sure to check out their one of a kind splatter paint room, while you're there.  

Swimming with Pumpkins - The Prairie Township Community Center is having a floating pumpkin patch on October 15, 2-4:30 - take a swim, pick out your pumpkin and then decorate it.  $5 per person, advance registration required

Pebby Forevee Grand Opening October 20 at 7pm.  - Pebby Forevee has been a staple at the Made Local Marketplace shows, and other markets in Columbus for years.  They are getting a store front in Pickerington and ready to party.  Free to attend. Lots of yummy snacks, discounts on everything, and swag bags for the first 15 people.  Note: You can get a shirt made just for you on site. They options are endless you can make it yours by choosing your style of tee, design, and size.  They have child sizes as well.  They will print it while you wait.  

Gemma Fest on October 21 from 12 - 3pm.  Free braid bar, smores bar, and coffee bar all while you shop the newest fall fashions.  

Creepside in Gahanna October 21, 11-3 FREE and fun for all ages - I would say this is the best Halloween themed event in town. Live music, games, activities, trick or treat with local organizations and plenty of candy. Get the kids in their costumes and head to Gahanna for an afternoon of free, Halloween fun. 

National Make A Difference Day Celebration - October 28, from 11-2 with Columbus Kids Do Good.  FREE to attend and lots of fun.  There will be 5 stations set up, and families can go to each station to do a good deed. Once their kindness passport is full, they will get a small thank you for their hard work.  Projects include, snack packs for the families at Ronald McDonald House, Hygiene kits for kids in low income areas, and more.  

Cheesecake Trick or Treat - on October 28.  $14 per ticket.  Head to Powell and hop from business to business as you get your mini cheesecake. 

Baby + Art: Lil Punkins on October 29 at 10am - Get messy with your little ones at Art With Anna, (ages 9 months to 2.5 years) They use washable and edible paint so need to worry about paint with the young ones.  $10 

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