Weekend Roundup 10/29-10/31

Sneak in the last of the Halloween fun this weekend.  

🎃Preschoolers-Hooray for Halloween

Drop by between 10am-2pm on Friday and come dressed in your Halloween best to wander along our self-guided Halloween Activity Trail. You’ll find games, crafts and a few fun surprises as you walk along a .5 mile trail through the woods. Don’t forget to pick up your Halloween goodie bag when you’re done to end your visit with a sweet treat that’ll make you say “Hooray for Halloween”! 

Meet at Schrock Lake Restrooms.


🎨Art in the Park

Friday, 4 PM

Join us at Homestead for art in the park! Each week we will explore a new art medium. All supplies and materials will be provided. Meet at the barn shelter. People of all ages- and skill levels- welcome! 


👻Trick or Treat in the Trail @Highbanks

Friday, 5:30-7:30

Wear your favorite costume and walk our festively lit trail. Solve animal riddles along the way to earn some treats. Don’t forget to bring a bag to hold your goodies and a flashlight if you are coming after dark! 

Meeting Location:  Big Meadows Picnic Area. Big Meadows is at the back of the park. After you enter the park, take the main road down the hill.  At the bottom of hill, take the ROAD on the LEFT.   Park in the lot with playground. Meet near restrooms.


💀Spooky Hike @Blacklick

Friday 7-8

Join us on a 2-mile hike off-trail to discover what spooky critters live in Blacklick Woods

🎃All Hallows Eve

Every Saturday in October

Sat., Oct. 30, 2021 • 5:30–9:30 p.m.

Enjoy an evening of 1890s-style family fun at All Hallows’ Eve, with a retelling of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by the bonfire, pumpkin carving and strange characters roaming Ohio Village. Come revel in Victorian-era entertainment including fortune telling, crafts, games and more! 

+Hear from Haunted Ohio author Chris Woodyard (2 Saturdays only, (dates TBD) 

+Follow the lit pumpkin path to the amphitheater and watch for the ghostly apparition of the Headless Horseman, as our storyteller retells Washington Irving’s famous story 

+Take part in a 19th century masquerade party  

+Hear from the fascinating characters who roam Ohio Village and ask them about their All Hallows’ Eve celebrations 

+Explore the funeral parlor and learn about 19th century funeral practices  

New for 2021 

+Victorian Haunted pathway – strange encounters with haunting characters 

+Kids Activity area – hands on activities, crafts 

+New characters – Ohio Village Marshal, who is patrolling the town to cut down on pranks played by mischievous kids. 

+Explore our new Straw Maze, located behind the Ohio Village Pharmacy, and see if you can discover the path through! 

+Timed program on Fashions that Kill –This program will explore the dangerous cosmetics that went into fashion of the 19th century, and will tie that into mourning culture of the era. 

+Timed program on Mysterious Monsters of Ohio Lore -This 1st person presentation will feature a local explorer who has come to Ohio Village to share stories about all of the strange creatures he’s encountered in his travels, especially those he’s found in Ohio. He even has a unique specimen, the Chillicothe Skyfoogle, to show off! 


🎟Fall Carnival

Join us for an evening of FREE fun, food, and candy! The Fall Carnival will be from 6-9pm on October 29. There will be games for children of all ages, “carnival” food, and fun for the whole family! 

For more information, please visit: https://gracebiblecw.com/fallcarnival


🎃Family Fun-Hooray for Halloween 

Drop by between 10am-2pm on Saturday and come dressed in your Halloween best to wander along our self-guided Halloween Activity Trail. You’ll find games, crafts and a few fun surprises as you walk along a .5 mile trail through the woods. Don’t forget to pick up your Halloween goodie bag when you’re done to end your visit with a sweet treat that’ll make you say “Hooray for Halloween”!

Meet at Schrock Lake Restrooms.


👻Trunk or Treat

Saturday, 11 am-2 pm

You are invited to our 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat event!  Last year was a lot of fun, so we hope you’ll join us again for some wholesome and family-friendly activities.

Activities will include:

*Treats passed out by volunteers from their trunks

*Hayrides around the property

*Bonfire to cook s’mores

*Photo booth for family pictures

*Food Trucks – Pitabilities, Tortilla, and Kona Ice!

*Games and more…

If you’d like to help with this event, let us know how by completing the form below!


*Remember that we are a church – please do not wear offensive costumes.


🎃Trunk or Treating  

Saturday, 3-4:30

Please join us for our 3rd Annual Trunk or Treat.  Grab the kids and come on over for some free fun, candy, and fellowship!  Also, check out the pumpkins for sale in our Pumpkin Patch.


🏮For Kids: Not So Scary Lantern Hike 

Saturday, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Night time is cool! Lanterns will light our way as we look for evening creatures on our way to the lake.

🎃Halloween Party @Inniswood

Sunday, 1-4 pm

Join us to celebrate all things Halloween. Numbered pumpkins will guide your way to family friendly Halloween fun! Costumes always welcome.

👻Trunk or Treat

Sunday, 5-7 pm

You’re invited to Movement Church’s  9th annual Hilliard Trunk or Treat in partnership with the Ray Patch YMCA! 

It is a safe, easy environment for young kids to dress up, have fun, and get a lot of candy. Participating cars back into parking spots and pass out candy from their trunks. Young children can walk just a few hundred feet and fill their bags in a quick, safe trip. 

Trunk or Treat will take place on Halloween, Sunday, October 31st from 5-7pm at the Hilliard Ray Patch YMCA. The parking lot opens at 4:30pm and trunk or treating begins at 5pm. 

We will have a food truck, music from 104.9 The River, the Hilliard Police, a DIY photobooth, and more!

For more information, or to sponsor a trunk, visit movementcolumbus.com/trunkortreat

Don’t forget to celebrate by using our Hashtag #HilliardTrunkOrTreat


📌Metro Parks link-


📌Please note-Events can be changed by hosts, please check the event before attending. I try my best to provide up to date information. Please stay safe and do what you feel is most comfortable for your family with COVID-19 risks.