2018 Calendar of Events
By Catharine Hadley, Arts and Entertainment Editor, email@example.com
The theme of this column is "trying new things." I'm happy to be starting this new project of writing the entertainment column for Leisure Living Magazine! I've done all I could to make the entertainment listing complete and varied, so there should be something for everyone. Although I've done my best to make sure all the information is accurate, please go online or call ahead to confirm your plans.
Any suggestions and details of your upcoming events can be sent to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Through Oct. 28 (Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays only) - HalloWeekends at Cedar Point
Through Nov. 4 - Vermilion Arts Guild: Nature's Bounty Art Show, Main Street Vermilion
Through Nov. 15 - Celebrating Libbey Glass, 1818-2018, Toledo Museum of Art
Through Jan. 13, 2019 - Rebecca Louise Law: Community, site-specific installation using thousands of plants and flowers native to the region, Toledo Museum of Art
Through May 27, 2019 - World War I exhibit, Hayes Presidential Library and Museums
Oct. 26 - Erie MetroParks presents Haunted Prison Tours, Osborn MetroPark (which used to be a prison farm)
Oct. 26 - Bryan White, The Listening Room - Port Clinton
Oct. 26-31 - Spooky Science, the Imagination Station
Oct. 27 - Halloween Pub Crawl, downtown Port Clinton
Oct. 27 - Adult Halloween, Kelleys Island
Oct. 27 - Halloween at the Bay, Put-in-Bay
Oct. 27 - Rocktopia featuring Dee Snider, KeyBank State Theatre, Playhouse Square
Oct. 27 - Toledo Symphony presents "Jupiter!" at the Valentine Theatre
Oct. 28 - Toledo Symphony presents "Halloween Spooktacular," Valentine Theatre
Oct. 29-Jan. 13 - "William Morris: Designing an Earthy Paradise," Cleveland Museum of Art
Oct. 30-Nov. 18 - "Les Miserables," Connor Palace, Playhouse Square
Nov. 2 - State of Comedy, Sandusky State Theatre
Nov. 2 - Liverpool Legends, Lorain Palace Theater
Nov. 2-4 - Jurassic Quest, which includes more than 80 life-size "dinosaurs," I-X Center
Nov. 2-4 - Firelands College Theatre presents "The Great Gatsby," McBride Auditorium, BGSU Firelands Campus
Nov. 2-4 and 9-10 - "The Complete History of America (abridged)," Harlequins Sandusky Community Theatre
Nov. 3 - Keith Anderson, The Listening Room, Port Clinton
Nov. 3 - Toledo Symphony presents "Ellis Hall: A Tribute to Ray Charles," Stranahan Theater
Nov. 4 - Toledo Symphony presents "Fantasy Pieces," The Toledo Club
Nov. 9 - Jazz @ 8 presents "3 Guys Named Louie," Sandusky State Theatre
Nov. 9 - Alabama, Huntington Center
Nov. 10 - Shipwrecks and Scuba Conference featuring daytime and evening programs, Kalahari Resort
Nov. 10 - Port Clinton Area Musical Arts Series presents "An Evening with Dave Brubeck" by the Michael Shirtz Quartet, Firelands Presbyterian Church
Nov. 10 - Queen Latifah, Toledo Museum of Art Peristyle
Nov. 10 - Vine and Dine event benefitting the Huron County Humane Society, Norwalk Furniture
Nov. 10-11 - DANCECleveland presents Ballet Hispanico, Ohio Theatre, Playhouse Square
Nov. 11 - Firelands Symphony Orchestra presents "America the Beautiful," a patriotic concert including guest vocalists from the USO show troupe, Sandusky State Theatre
Nov. 11 - Stars and Stripes and Swingmania, (veterans and active military members are free) McCormick Junior High School Theatre
Nov. 11 - Free admission for veterans and active military members at the Liberty Aviation Museum, plus specials at the Tin Goose Diner
Nov. 11-Jan. 31 - Special exhibit "Experiencing Veterans and Artists Collaboration," Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library and Museums
Nov. 12 - Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council presents Evening Out with Art at The Grain House Co. Reservations are required
Nov. 12 - "Monty Python's Spamalot," Valentine Theatre
Nov. 15 - Art in the Park, Osborn MetroPark
Nov. 16 - Tony Lucca with special guest Tom Mackell, The Listening Room, Port Clinton
Nov. 16-17 - Toledo Symphony presents "A Hero's Life," Toledo Museum of Art Peristyle
Nov. 16-18 - I-X Christmas Connection, I-X Center
Nov. 17 - Ottawa County Stars Dance for CASA, Ottawa County Fairgrounds
Nov. 20-21 - Sandusky State Theatre and Firelands Regional Medical Center present the Tony Award-winning Best Musical "Monty Python's Spamalot," Sandusky State Theatre
Every attempt is made to provide accurate information, however,
we encourage you to double check the details of these events!
Halloween Comes Early In Sandusky
Witches will gather in downtown Sandusky for fun, contests, door prizes, and a parade!
The Witches’ Walk is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 24, with check-in at the Sandusky State Theatre for maps and wristbands. Last year more than 300 witches gathered for the event, and they were welcomed by downtown businesses.
The event is sponsored by Donna Bretz, Michelle Herold, and Divine Awakenings. Tickets are $13 in advance or $18 at the door, and proceeds will go to Back to the Wild.
I want to see what all the fashionable witches are wearing this year. The event includes several contests, so I’m sure the hats, brooms, and costumes will be magical!
updated 10.22.18 CAE
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