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This Week’s Tricks . . . and Treats

Finally, Halloween is just around the corner. In addition to the creative costumes, chilling decorations, and mountains of candy, a few more events are still coming up to help you get into the Halloween spirit.


Of course, going trick-or-treating is a must. Whether you’re dressing up and asking for candy yourself or leading your younger siblings around, trick-or-treat night is bound to be fun for all.

Here are a few times for central Ohio:


Thursday, October 29:

6:00-8:00: Gahanna, New Albany, Columbus, Dublin, Grandview Heights, Grove City, Hilliard, Reynoldsburg, Sunbury, Upper Arlington, Westerville, Whitehall,

5:30-7:00: Bexley, Groveport, Obetz, Granville, Heath

5:30-7:30: Canal Winchester, Madison Township


Saturday, October 31:

6:00-8:00: Powell, Worthington


Freaky Flight:

Tuesday, October 27-Friday, October 30. Place: Camp Mary Orton

Through the week of Halloween, you have the chance to traverse a ZipZone zipline tour. The catch? It’s in darkness, and you have to be in costume. If you’re looking for a more adventurous way to celebrate Halloween, this could be the event for you.


Haunted Prison Experience:

Through Saturday, November 1. Place: Ohio State Reformatory

Here’s your chance to experience a formerly haunted prison. Set up like a haunted house with actors, props, and animatronics, this tour isn’t for the faint of heart. Due to the nature of the site, you must be at least 13 years old to enter.

CA Lower School Parade:

This Friday, starting at 2:00, the Lower Schoolers will don their costumes and parade around the track. Depending on your teacher, you may get out of a few minutes of class to watch your younger classmates in their magical, spooky, or even mythical garb. Students will have to spread themselves out around the track to make room for parents. This would be a great time to bring the entire school together, so make an effort to support the younger students!

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