Lima-Lima Mall hosts flannel fest, Howl-O-Vienna and Farmer Olympic activities on Saturdays from 5 pm to 8 pm in the town center parking lot on Elida Road 2400 in Lima.
The All Things Fall event features seasonal activities such as ax throwing, food trucks, dog costume contests and the Farmer Olympics.
Registration for the Howl-o-ween dog costume contest begins at 5 pm and the contest begins at 6 pm. Registration is $ 10 and all revenue benefits All-Star Pet Rescue.
Registration for the Farmer Olympics is 6 pm and the contest starts at 7 pm. Two teams of men and women compete for egg collection, pumpkin chankin, milking and more.
Other events around the area include:
Former Bomber Show: Friday 9 pm, Lima 702 W. North St. At Mulligan’s Bar in. There is no cover charge.
Wild Woman in Winedale: Friday at 7pm at the Vantage Career Center at 818 North Franklin Street in Van Wort. $ 15.
World War II Life History Weekend: Friday from 4 pm to 6 pm. Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm. Sunday from 10am to 4pm at Historic Lauer Farm Park on 800 Roush Road in Lima. Admission is free.
To experience World War II, go back to the 1940s Lauer Farm, which was restored from the Lorraine Campaign (Battle of Metz, October) to 1944. The Saturday battle begins at 11:00 am and 4:00 pm. The Sunday fight begins at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm. Interact with 150 to 200 live history reenactors and watch the Allies fight the enemy Axis powers. For more information, please visit Historic Lauer Farm Park’s Facebook page.
BBQ Chicken Car Show Fundraiser: 123 W. Spring St in Lima from noon to 4 pm. Allen County Children Services parking lot in. Half chicken dinner is $ 10.Benefit Downtown Lima Co., Ltd.
Comic Relief: Saturday at 9pm, Lima’s 306 N. Main St. At The Met. The door opens at 8:45 pm. Admission is $ 25.
Lima Fire Department Ladies Assistance invites you to enjoy a comedy night. The night MC is comedian extraordinary Jody MacDermid. Jody was recently seen at Wiley’s comedy club in Dayton and Funnyborn in Columbus. The protagonist of the night is Sal Demilio, a professional comedian who can explain Ray Romano’s encounter with Tony Soprano.
LACNIP Autumn Cleanup: Saturday at 10am at the LACNIP Community Garden on the corner of South Collet Street and West Spring Street in Lima.
Coffee and pastries will be served at 9:30 am before the event. The event is open to anyone who wants to work. Visitors should expect to wear old clothes and pull the roots to root the garden.
Lima Symphony: Saturday at 7:30 pm at the Veterans Memorial Civic Center at Town Square 7 in Lima.
The Lima Symphony Orchestra begins the season with “Situation and Destiny”.
Celebrate your return to the concert hall with a powerful live performance night featuring Vivienne Fon’s Prayer, Poulenc’s Concerto for Two Pianos, and Beethoven’s monumental Fifth Symphony. This is a true musical compliment to the strength in the face of adversity and the victory of the human spirit.
To purchase your ticket, please visit Lima Symphony (easy-ware-ticketing.com).
Trunk or treat: Saturday from 4pm to 7pm at the Savior’s Grace ministry on Ritchie Avenue 1017 in Lima. There is also a Thanksgiving basket lottery. For more information, please contact Sis Lawanda Hall (419-516-9288).
Trunk or treat: Saturday from 1pm to 3pm at the Rousculp Church of Christ on 890 Amherst Road in Cridersville. Hot dogs and tips will be provided. Perry Township Police and Fire Department are also located there.
Museum Lecture: Sunday at 2:00 pm, Lima’s 620 W. Market St. At the Allen County Museum in. free.
The Allen County Museum welcomes Scott Trostel for a free lecture explaining the construction of the first railroad across Allen County. The event will be held at the museum’s Changing Gallery.
Trostel describes the difficulties associated with construction and the benefits of having a railroad handy for year-round transportation. Please call Donna Collins (419-222-9426) to register by October 15, 2021.
Walk with Nature Fall Festival: Sundays from noon to 5 pm at St. Mary’s Memorial Park.
The 52nd Walk with Nature Fall Festival features hikes along the Erie Canal, live music and entertainment, Civil War reenactments, craft shows, and farmers markets.
Registration for the Howl-of-Vienna Dog Costume Contest begins at 5 pm on Saturday and the contest begins at 6 pm at Lima Mall. Registration is $ 10 and all revenue benefits All-Starr Pet Rescue.
This dog decides to celebrate a book-like Halloween.
Lima Mall hosting howling fun time on Saturday
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