Free Corn Maze at Lost Creek Reserve in Troy through Oct. 22
The Miami County Park District invites you to enjoy the 2022 Corn Maze during regular hours at Lost Creek Reserve, 2385 St. Rt. 41, east of Troy. Hours are 8 a.m. to sunset. Be sure to check the park's program calendar HERE before your visit in case it is closed for a private rental or it is being used for park programming.
VanDemark Farm & Lost Land Corn Maze in Sidney | through Oct. 30 (Fridays-Sundays)
VanDemark Farm, home of The Lost Land Corn Maze in Sidney, will host its Fall Fun Season Sept. 16 through Oct. 30 from 6-11 p.m. Fridays; noon to 11 p.m. Saturdays; and noon to 7 p.m. Sundays. A $12 bracelet includes the corn maze, unlimited miniature golf, one hayride, access to the petting zoo and BarnYard PlayZone and a bonfire. Located at 2401 S. VanDemark Rd. For more information, call (937) 492-2306. Plan your visit and learn more at www.vandemarkfarm.com.
Hayrides, Corn Maze and Fall Fun at Fulton Farms in Troy | Saturdays & Sundays starting Oct. 1
Fulton Farms, 2393 St. Rt. 202, offers hayrides, a corn maze and barnyard on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. through October. Click HERE for pricing. The farm market is open daily through October 31 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and offers apple cider slushies, apples, apple cider, pumpkins, gourds, squash, straw bales, corn stalks, Indian corn, mums and more. To visit them on Facebook click HERE.
Fall on the Farm at Crossway Farms in Sidney | Now Through Oct. 30
SIDNEY – Visitors to Crossway Farms can enjoy a variety of fall activities now through Oct. 30 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday; and 1-5 p.m. Sunday at 2211 Cisco Rd. Highlights include the Crossway Corral play zone, which offers 20+ activities for kids, including Racer Slides, The Poppin Pumpkin Patch, Mega Mountain, Duck Races, Tilted Tire Tower, Candy Corn Croquet and more. The U-Pick Pumpkin Patch is open during regular hours and the U-Pick Sunflower Field should be open in early October (watch for details HERE). The Donut Trailer is open every Saturday and Sunday, serving homemade donuts, apple cider slushies, apple cider explosions and cider donut sundaes. Donut flavors for the fall season are pumpkin, apple cider, caramel apple, blueberry, strawberry, coffee cake and birthday cake. The farm market also has fall décor, including mums, pumpkins, gourds, corn shocks, straw bales, craving kits and more. Pricing for the Crossway Corral is free for children 2 and under, $7 for children 3-15; and free for those 16 and older. Season Passes are available for $18 and allow you to come back as many times as you want from now until Oct 30. For more information, call (937) 210-1590.
Haunted Wagon Rides at Young’s Jersey Dairy in Yellow Springs | Fridays and Saturdays in October
Take a modestly scary wagon ride with the whole family from 7:30-10 p.m. at 6880 Springfield-Xenia Rd. and then go to the Storytelling Theatre where professional storytellers will haunt you with tales of ghosts and goblins. The cost is $14 for guests 6 and older and $6 for those 5 and under. All children 11 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Fall Farm Pumpkin Fun at Young’s Jersey Dairy in Yellow Springs | through Oct. 30
Visit the farm to enjoy all kinds of pumpkins and fall family fun, including pick-your-own pumpkins, a corn maze, wagon rides and more. Everyday they will have their famous Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Donut Holes and Pumpkin and Cinnamon Ice Cream available, plus homemade pumpkin bread, apple dumplings, cheese, pumpkin pies and more. Located at 6880 Springfield-Xenia Rd. Learn more at youngsdairy.com.
Brumbaugh Fall Fun Farm in Arcanum | Saturdays and Sundays through Nov. 1
For one price, children can enjoy a number of fun activities on the farm, including corn mazes, a pumpkin express, tunnels, Monster Mountain, Storybook Forest, Grandpa’s Fun Acre and more, plus pick apples, drink apple cider and pick up a treat from the bakery. Hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and noon to 7 p.m. Sunday. Located at 6420 Arcanum-Hollansburg Rd. For more information, call (937) 692-8084. Pictured below.
History, Mystery, Mayhem and Murder Lantern Tour in Dayton | Oct. 5 (Ticketed event)
Who confessed on their deathbed of murdering 18-year-old Christine Kett? Did Rose Shafor really dress up as a man to help her lover commit a crime? Who killed Julius Kruse? And was the “Cincinnati Ripper” living in Dayton? These stories and more are told in this walk to the grave sites of a victim or perpetrator of a crime from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum, 118 Woodland Ave. in Dayton. All tours require a reservation and there is a suggested $5 donation. For tickets, call (937) 228-3221.
Pumpkin Walk in Downtown Urbana | Oct. 6-8
Shop and dine by pumpkin light at this three-day event.
FESTIVAL Harvest Beer Crawl in Tipp City | Oct. 7
Kick off fall with the Harvest Beer Crawl around downtown Tipp City from 5-8 p.m. Come decked out in your best costume while strolling around sampling beers in downtown shops, restaurants, and businesses. The stops will all be within walking distance from each other. Tickets are $25 which includes 10 beer tastings and $40/couple ticket includes 15 beer tastings. Designated drivers do not need to purchase a ticket to attend the event. Learn more HERE.
Boo in the Bog at Cedar Bog Nature Preserve in Urbana | Oct. 7-8
This non-scary event for children 6 and over allows guests to walk the nature boardwalk trail in the evening with pumpkins lighting the way and learning stations to discover. There are children’s activities, including face painting, storytelling and more. The cost is $6 for adults and $5 for children under 6. The event takes place from 7-9 p.m. and reservations are highly recommended by calling (937) 484-3744. Located at 980 Woodburn Rd.
FESTIVAL Chillicothe Halloween Festival | Oct. 7-9
The Chillicothe Halloween Festival is a three-day festival celebrating the fun of Halloween. It takes place at Yoctangee Park and offers a wide variety of Halloween-themed vendors, food and live entertainment, plus Ghost Walks, a pumpkin weigh-off, inflatables, coffin races, contests, and much more. Learn more at chillicothehalloweenfestival.com.
Halloween Campout at Lake Loramie State Park Campground | Oct. 7-8
Events open to registered campers only, there will be a movie at the amphitheater, kid’s crafts and games and Trick or Treat around the campground. For reservations, call (866) 644-6727.
FESTIVAL Fall Farm Fest & Scarecrow Lane in Troy | Oct. 8-9
This annual festival hosted by the Miami County Park District offers a six-acre corn maze, corn cannon, music, food, wagon rides, a scarecrow contest, children’s games, demonstrations, vendors, display booths, farm animals, Kiddie Tractor Pulls, a pumpkin patch, outdoor movie (ET: The Extraterrestrial) and more and will take place from noon to 7 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at 2385 E. St. Rt. 41 (east of Troy). Admission is free. Learn more HERE. Pictured below.
Halloween Cruise-In & Trunk or Treat in Fletcher | Oct. 8
This Halloween Cruise-In will take place from 4-9 p.m. at Poor Farmers Campground, 7211 N. Lostcreek-Shelby Rd. Vehicle setup begins at 4 p.m. Bring candy for children, who are invited to trunk or treat at the cruise-in. There will be music, food and a plethora of cars, trucks and motorcycles. It is free to enter and to attend. For more information, call (937) 368-2449. The Trunk or Treat takes place from 6-8 p.m. and the Haunted Shelter will be open Oct. 7 and Oct. 8. Learn more HERE.
Harvest Jam in Tipp City| Oct. 8
Gates open at noon and music starts at 1 p.m. when Father Time Productions presents Harvest Jam 2022 at 201 St. Rt. 571. For $20, guests can camp and listen to music from Friends of the Wind, Social Q, Koma Drum, Joe Waters, Adam Elfers, Marshall McFadden, Forest Hill & The 420 Family, DJ Plant Life, Southbound Haulers an SOS Light Show. Food, coffee and goods will be available. Sponsored by North Star Coffee Station and 70’s Rock Shop. Learn more HERE.
Devil’s Staircase Pro (Motorcycle) Hillclimb in Oregonia | Oct. 8-9
Two days of non-stop action with dirt drags, grudge racing and various motorcycle games starting at 1 p.m., plus live music, food and more, and the famous Hillclimb Racing at 1 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is $10 on Saturday and $20 on Sunday. Kids 12 and under are free. Located at 1086 Corwin Rd. For details, visit daytonmc.com. (Photo above from the event's Facebook page)
FESTIVAL Midnight at Moonville in McArthur | Oct. 8
This festival takes place from 3 p.m. to midnight at the allegedly haunted Moonville Tunnel at 71945 Shea Rd. The Halloween-themed festival features dramatic storytelling, wagon rides, regional craft vendors, souvenirs, historical presentations, music performances, roaming spooks, and much more. The event will end with an interactive demonstration of paranormal investigation techniques hosted by a respected research group. The cost is $5 for parking. Learn more HERE.
Outdoor Movie “Maleficent” in Huber Heights | Oct. 8
This free event takes place at The Rose Music Center from 7:30-11 p.m.
Trunk or Treat at St. Patrick School in Troy | Oct. 9
The 4th annual Trunk or Treat will take place from 2-4 p.m. at St. Patrick School, 409 E. Main St. This event is for foster/kinship/adoptive families as well as the community. Come dressed up and go from trunk to trunk collecting goodies.
Fall Foliage Tours by Train in Wellington | Oct. 9-10, 16-17 and 23-24
Take a fall foliage train ride at 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. each day on the Lorain & West Virginia Railway at 46485 St. Rt. 18. The train ride goes approximately 4.5 miles north then returns to Wellington and lasts approximately 1 to 1 1/2 hours. Tickets are available at the station and are $20 for adults and $15 for children and can be purchased HERE.
Special Effects Makeup Class for Teens in Troy | Oct. 11
Join John Lavarnway, Property Master from Wright State University's Department of Theatre, from 4-6 p.m. as he demonstrates makeup application for horror effects. Teens will practice what they learn and then take their own professional kit home. For teens in 6-12 grade. For more information call (937) 339-0502 ext. 122. Located at 419 W. Main St. Registration is required and is available online HERE (opens Sept 27).
Downtown Ghost Tour in Sidney | Oct. 12-13 (Ticketed event)
Join the Shelby County Historical Society for a tour of downtown Sidney, where you will be joined by past residents of the community waiting to share their stories. Times are 6, 6:20, 6:40 and 7 p.m. and the cost is $12. Purchase tickets at shelbycountyhistory.org.
FESTIVAL Downtown Fairborn Halloween Festival | Oct. 14-16
Downtown Fairborn is a Halloween paradise. During this festival, the theme only compounds with Halloween-themed vendors, exhibits, art, food and so much more. Plus, Foy’s Halloween Store has costumes, props, a haunted house store and more. The festival opens at 4 p.m. Friday and ends at 6 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free. Pictured below.
EXTREME Halloween Egg Hunt (18 and older) in Xenia | Oct. 14
From 7-10 p.m., guests 18 and older can use flashlights to find black eggs in the woods at Caesar Ford Park, 520 S. Stringtown Rd. Eggs have prizes in them. The cost is $5 and registration is required by calling (937) 562-6440.
FESTIVAL Boos & Brews Festival in Sidney | Oct. 15
This event starts on Saturday morning during the Great Sidney Farmer’s Market where there will be coffee, costumes and Trick or Treat. The fun continues with a pub crawl (with costumes and other Halloween fun) from 8-11:45 p.m. in the evening.
Outdoor Family Movie "Hocus Pocus" in Piqua | Oct. 15
During Harvest Days, in the parking lot next to Readmore's Hallmark (400 block of Main Street), Mainstreet Piqua will show the movie Hocus Pocus starting at 7:30 p.m. Bring a chair and blanket, popcorn and water will be provided free, but a donation to Bethany Center is appreciated.
Ghost Hunt in New Carlisle | Oct. 15
At 4:30 p.m., Darin Hough, author of A Guide To Ghost Hunting, will be speaking on the tools that he uses in ghost hunts at the New Carlisle Library, 111 E. Lake Ave. After the presentation he has secured at least two places in New Carlisle that guests will be doing a hunt! Please pre-register at 937-845-3601 or email email@example.com.
Halloween Trunk or Treat Fall Festival in Troy | Oct. 15
Kids are invited to dress up and have fun at Cove Spring Church's Trunk-or-Treat event from 5-6:30 p.m. There will be plenty of sweets to pass out, hot dogs and cider to drink, and games to play. Located at 5705 E. Walnut Grove. Learn more HERE.
Cracked Egg EXTREME Hunt (for those 55 and older!) in Xenia | Oct. 15
Those 55 and older can enjoy this Halloween-themed Easter egg hunt from 7-10 p.m. at Caesar Ford Park, 520 S. Stringtown Rd. Black eggs will be hidden in the woods, each filled with great prizes. The cost is $5 and registration begins at 7 p.m. The hunt is at 8 p.m. For details, call (937) 562-6440.
Grandma Gatewood Fall Colors Hike at Hocking Hills State Park | Oct. 15
Meet at the Old Man’s Cave Visitor Center at 9 a.m. for this 6-mile trek to Cedar Falls and back, in one of the most beautiful places in the world during the fall. The event is free.
Fall Hike at Lake Hope State Park | Oct. 15
Book a campsite at Lake Hope State Park and take part in the 43rd Annual Fall Hike from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The 3.2 mile hike includes a free bean soup meal at the end. It is free. For reservations, call (866) 644-6727.
FESTIVAL Spooky Pooch Festival & Parade in Lakewood | Oct. 15
Located near Cleveland on Lake Erie, the Spooky Pooch Parade takes place from 12:30-3:30 p.m. in Madison Park and includes not only the parade, but also Dog Games, a costume contest (for dogs, of course) and dog-related vendors and activities. Admission is free. The International Food and Culture Festival also takes place this day in Cleveland.
Ghost Hike at Malabar Farm State Park | Oct. 16-23-30
On this 2-hour walk you will hear haunting tales about the land that became Malabar Farm. The walk is free and takes place from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Camping and lodging are available nearby.
Children's Halloween Parade and Costume Judging in Tipp City | Oct. 17
Children can dress in their Halloween costumes and take part in the parade that starts at Broadway Elementary School, 223 W. Broadway St. Meet at the school parking lot at 5:30 p.m. the parade route starts Broadway and makes its way to Zion Lutheran Church. Pictured below.
The Great Pumpkin Patch Hunt in Beavercreek | Oct. 19
Hundreds of pumpkins are hidden along the trails at Russ Nature Preserve, 2380 Kemp Rd. and children ages 2-9 have to search and find pumpkins that match images on cards provided to participants. Find all 10 matches to receive fun money for the “candy store.” The program is free but registration is required by calling (937) 562-6440.
FESTIVAL Circleville Pumpkin Show | Oct. 19-22
Around 23,000 pumpkin pies and 100,000 pumpkin donuts, about 100,000 thousand pounds of pumpkins and gourds, 30 amusement rides, vendors, crafts, numerous parades, giant pumpkins and more. See the full schedule at pumpkinshow.com.
History, Mystery, Mayhem and Murder at the Milton-Union Library | Oct. 19
Come to the Milton-Union Public Library, 560 S. Main St., from 6-7:30 p.m. to hear the tales: Who confessed on their deathbed of murdering 18-year-old Christine Kett? Did Rose Shafor really dress up as a man to help her lover commit a crime? Who killed Julius Kruse? And was the “Cincinnati Ripper” living in Dayton? These stories and more are told in this visual presentation of the victims or perpetrators of a crime. Please note that the material presented relates to the actual accounts of murders that took place in Dayton. Graphic details are given and may not be appropriate for all audiences. This program is free and open to the public. For more information, call the library at (937) 698-5515.
FESTIVAL Third Thursday & Halloween in West Milton | Oct. 20
This free family event takes place every third Thursday from 4-8 p.m. in downtown West Milton (located beside ReVive It) with shopping down the street. The event includes food trucks, a craft fair, live music, and family fun. Halloween costumes welcome! Learn more HERE.
Trick or Treat at Piqua Manor | Oct. 21
This event will be outdoors for kids to parade around and see the nursing home residents through their windows. Prizes awarded to the best dressed. Takes place from 3:30-4:30 p.m. at Piqua Manor, 1840 W. High St.
Haunted Woods at Brukner Nature Center in Troy | Oct. 22-23 & Oct. 29
Come enjoy a kid-friendly evening filled live wildlife and costumed characters along a luminary-lit trail as you and your family learn all about the wild creatures of the night. Tickets go on sale Oct. 3 and are $7 each and free for children 2 and under. Guided tours begin at 6:30 p.m. and the last group leaves at 8 p.m. To purchase tickets, call (937) 698-6493 on Oct. 2. Learn more HERE.
Halloween Happening at Lost Creek Reserve in Troy | Oct. 22
Costumes are encouraged as you enjoy a walk along the wooded trail decorated with Jack-o-lanterns, adventure through the corn maze and meet friendly, bigger than life costumed forest animals along the way! Your little ghouls and goblins can take home Halloween treats and a mini stuffed animal! Costumes not required but certainly encouraged! Register for the 7 p.m. or 8 p.m. Takes place at 2385 St. Rt. 41 (east of Troy). To register, call the Miami County Park District office at (937) 335-6273. Pictured below.
Great Pumpkin Hunt in Greenville | Oct. 22
The Great Pumpkin Hunt is the best opportunity for a non-scary Halloween experience while exploring the woods on a crisp fall day. Be sure to come in your best Halloween outfit for an added treat (or trick!). It takes place at Shawnee Prairie Preserve from 1-4 p.m.
Trunk or Treat at the Darke County Fairgrounds in Greenville | Oct. 22
A full day of vendors and, in the afternoon, trunk or treating with free admission. Also, Sweet Pain – The Ultimate Tribute to KISS will be at the fairgrounds at 7 p.m. For tickets, call (937) 548-5044.
Halloween Night Market with Trick or Treat in New Carlisle | Oct. 22
The market takes place from 4-9 p.m. in downtown New Carlisle on Main Street in front of CVS. Vendors will have treats for shoppers trick or treating at the family friendly market. Fresh produce, baked goods, and more will be available. Food Trucks will include: Chill Out Truck Italian Ice, Diamond Dogs, Spicey Rooster and Cray Cray Cajun. The event will also include a pumpkin carving contest.
White House Ghosts and Other D.C. Hauntings in Columbus | Oct. 22
Why is there a British soldier still “lingering” around the White House? Is that William Henry Harrison rummaging around in the attic? Which First Ladies are sometimes “spotted” in the East Room or White House garden? Who was that “tapping” on Harry Truman’s bedroom door? Come hear stories about strange occurrences in Washington, D.C., but only if you dare at 1 p.m. at the Ohio History Center in Columbus. The talk is included with general admission.
Trunk or Treat at the Bethany Center in Piqua | Oct. 23
The Bethany Center, 339 S. South St., will host this event from 2-4 p.m. It is free and open to the public.
Village of Pleasant Hill Fall & Halloween Decorating Contest | Oct. 23
Drive around Pleasant Hill from 6-8 p.m. to vote on your favorite decorated house or business and then stop by the administrative building for refreshments and to hear the results. Properties will be judged on “Creativity,” “Light & Decorations” and “Overall Appearance.” Winners receive cash awards! Judging is from 6-7:30 p.m., with refreshments at 7:30 p.m. and winners announced at 8 p.m.
Trunk or Treat in Huber Heights | Oct. 23
The YMCA at the Heights, 7251 Shull Rd., will hold a Trunk or Treat from 6–8 p.m. Bring your goblins and ghouls to have some family fun. This event will take place in the parking lot and there will be a contest for the best decorated vehicle (3 winners will be selected). Kids ages 12 and under will also trunk-or-treat from vehicle to vehicle. At the end of the night they will have a special treat. Vehicles are required to register with the YMCA by calling Cindy Edwards at (937) 236-9622. Free & open to the public.
Halloween Costume Contest at 36 Skate Club in Piqua | Oct. 23
36 Skate Club hosts their annual Halloween Costume Contest and open skating from 2-5 p.m. Admission is $6 and skate rental is $4. The grand prize is a Skate Party including 6 admissions, skates, pizza and drinks. Located at 4845 W. US Route 36. Learn more HERE.
Autumn Games & Halloween Customs at Piatt Castle Mac-A-Cheek
in West Liberty | Oct. 23
Enjoy outdoor seasonal games and Halloween customs popular in the 19th century from 4-5:30 at 10051 Township Rd. 47. Activities will be planned for youth and adult and will conclude with a bonfire. Celebrate the season and come in costume. Anyone who brings a carved or decorated pumpkin will receive free admission to the event if you are willing to leave your pumpkin behind to decorate the outside of the Castle. Otherwise, the cost is $10 for adults and $5 for youths 5-15.
Kiwanis Halloween Parade in Piqua | Oct. 26
The parade begins at E. Greene St/Spring St. and ends on High St. near the gazebo. Registration is from 6:15-6:45 p.m. and the parade starts at 7 p.m. A $75 grand prize gift card will be given to a boy and girl age 14 and younger, plus cash prizes in other categories.
Halloween Family Night in Piqua | Oct. 27
The YMCA Piqua branch will host a Halloween Family Night from 6-8 p.m. with games, candy, pumpkin carving and hot chocolate for the adults. The activity center will be open to the community and activities will be led by the YMCA Leaders Club. Located at 307 W. High St.
Trunk or Treat in Piqua | Oct. 27
Piqua Apostolic Temple, 830 Covington Ave., will hold their annual trunk-or-treat in the parking lot at 6 p.m. Learn more HERE.
Downtown Tipp City Merchant’s Trick-or-Treat | Oct. 29
Come to historic downtown Tipp City from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to Trick-or-Treat through the shops and restaurants with your little ones. If desired, the event is Harry Potter themed. Follow the event and learn more HERE.
Boo Bash at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center | Oct. 29
The Hayner mansion turns into a fun Halloween party for children from 1-4 p.m. at 301 W. Main St. It is free. Pictured below.
Hometown Halloween in Troy | Oct. 29
Children can participate in a costume contest at the Hobart Government Center at 9 a.m., followed by a parade of costumes to Prouty Plaza and Trick or Treat at local businesses from 10 a.m. to noon. Pet costumes are welcome. The event is free.
Cemetery Ghost Walk in Greenville | Oct. 29-30 (Ticketed event)
Learn of the past glory, disgrace, tragedy and triumph of some of Greenville’s most renowned and notorious citizens as guides lead you to the final resting places of these fascinating former local residents. Groups form at Greenville Union Cemetery Mausoleum. The event takes place from 6-7:30 p.m. both nights. For tickets, call (937) 547-0908.
Halloween Bash at the Old Mason Winery in West Milton | Oct. 29 (Ticketed event)
Make reservations now for this Halloween party. Call (937) 698-1122. Located at 4199 S. Iddings Rd.
Annual Murder Mystery Dinner in Sidney | Oct. 29 (Ticketed Event)
A classic whodunnit dinner at 6 p.m. at the Historic Sidney Theatre. You can choose to be a starring character or just a bystander and take part in dinner and solving the mystery. For tickets, call (937) 658-6945.
Ghost Tours of Troy | Oct. 29
Ghost Tours of Troy are offering self-guided tours with start times from 6-9 p.m. A map of the ghostly sites will be available when checking in for the tour. Check in area will be located at 405 Public Square entrance. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at ghosttoursoftroy.com, by calling (937) 875-0172 or at some downtown shops. Proceeds benefit local non-profit organizations.
“Home for Howl-O-Ween” Trick or Treat in Troy | Oct. 30
Mojos Bar & Grille will be having “Trick or Treat” for all furry friends from 2-5 p.m. They will be joined by the Miami County Animal Shelter and even a few adoptable pets. Located at 109 E. Main St. Learn more HERE.
The Family Haunt at Mac-A-Cheek Castle in West Liberty | Oct. 31 (Ticketed event)
Enjoy performances of haunting stories by Piatts in the 19th century, including "My Ghost" by Sarah M.B. Piatt, "The Haunted House," by Louise Kirby Piatt and a description of an actual 19th century seance by journalist, Donn Piatt. Readers will wear late 19th century costumes as they perform in the drawing room at 7:30 p.m. in Piatt Castle Mac-A-Cheek, 1 mile east of West Liberty. Reservations are required. Tickets are $15 and are available online or by calling (937) 465-2821. The performance is recommended for ages 15 and older.
Once Upon a Tomb in Troy | Nov. 1
The Local History Library in Troy will present a Once Upon a Tomb cemetery tour at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 1 at Thomas Cemetery (off of Swailes Road).