It’s time for cooler weather (It will come!!), changing leaves, and a few frightful events to get you in the mood for fall!
We’ve assembled some great resources to help you find some fun things to do in the next couple of weeks.
Muskogee Moms has put together a great list of Pumpkin Patches and we have it on good authority that the Farmhouse pumpkin patch was a good time.
October 8th – the Columbus Museum will hold Synovus Fall Fest, geared towards children with a costume contest and activities centered around your favorite team
Zombies v Survivors 5K – RUN FOR YOUR LIFE! Lurking in eaves and alleys in Uptown Columbus, zombies are waiting to chase you down. Will you survive the Uptown apocalypse on October 14?
October 15 — Port Columbus Civil War Naval Museum will have a Ghost Hunt with local expert Faith Serafin! This is a ticketed event, $50. Hurry, tickets are going fast!
Uptown Scream On The Green — Come see a classic horror movie on the big screen at Woodruff park! Event hosted by Columbus Georgia Young Professionals.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – Springer Children’s Theatre production. Want something sweet for the whole family? Check out the link for show dates, prices, and times October 7-16th!
Zombie Walk & Canned Food Drive — The Columbus Georgia Zombie Walk is hosting it’s annual event. Come to Uptown dressed as a zombie (pets and children welcome). Bring canned food items to feed the living and help transform the cityscape October 22nd.
Fright Night Flow — October 28th Yoga to help balance out those Halloween treats! Costume contest and spooky music make for a fun and flexible time!
Shadowland – October 28th – A one of a kind performance featuring shadow puppets, dance, and music. Don’t miss this one-time show at the RiverCenter
Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Springer — 3 showings available, Oct 28 and 29th (see link for details). This event is $20 which gets you entry and a bag of props!