To submit an event to the Out and About calendar, send the information to: living@the-daily-record.com. Be sure to include dates, times, cost (if any), where and a description of the event.

Oct. 4: The ’60s Monster Mash, 6:30 p.m., Shreve Branch Library, 189 W. McConkey St. Did you know that Frankenstein is 200 years old? Join Bill Brauning for a fun approach to Halloween. Through clips of movies of the 1960s, you’ll laugh at the monsters of Halloween. Registration: 330-567-2219.

Oct. 5: Robin Roseberry, (Stevie Nicks-type vocalist), 6-8 p.m. Friday music free for winery customers. Take own food or purchase cheese plates. Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster; 330-575-1028. Music is outside, but will move into barn in case of bad weather. Teachers (current and retired) and all school employees get a free wine glass — Teacher 911 — all day every Friday and Sunday.

Oct. 6: Moreland Heritage Day, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., 8594 James Road, Wooster. President Lincoln and a Civil War camp, a presentation on 9-11 Flight 93 and a special service to honor Vietnam Veterans with all Holmes and Wayne county veterans invited. The Marlboro Volunteers Military Weapons Museum, The Wilderness Center, ODNR, Cedar Valley Cloggers and Smithville Stars vintage base ball team will all be present. Also, Kiddie Tractor Pull and silent auction featuring a Henry Golden Boy rifle. Barbecue chicken and pork by donation. Ample parking and shuttle available.

Oct. 6: Contra Dance, 7-10 p.m., Valley College Grange, 2411 Shreve Road, Wooster (state Routes 3 and 226). Beginning and advanced instruction at 7 p.m. Celtic music by Pocketful O’Gimmick. Susan English calling longways sets and fun mixers; no partner or experience necessary. Suggested donation $6; students $5; family $20.

Oct. 6: Vintage Country Band, 7-10 p.m., Shreve American Legion, Forest Post 67. Food and drink available along with 50/50 drawing. $5/single, $8/couple. Open to the public.

Oct. 6: Jay Regallis (Cat Stevens voice and hits), 2-4 p.m., Take own food or visits foot truck. Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster; 330-575-1028.

Oct. 6: Blue Barn Harvest Festival, noon-8 p.m., photos with rescue donkeys and Amish horses. Traveling Wilburys concert (Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Roy Orbison) 6-8 p.m. Music $10 cover charge includes entry and one beverage token. Take own food or visit the Zydeco Food Truck. Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster; 330-575-1028. Music is outside, but will move into barn in case of bad weather.

Oct. 6: Gnat Boxer Hobo Square Dance, 8-10:30 p.m., Ida Sue School, 266 Oldman Road, Wooster. Hobo Stew. Caller Ed Pabst, cuer Chuck Berry. Also, Donkey Dance, earn your Donkey Badge. For questions, 330-264-2725.

Oct. 6-7: Holmes County Antique Festival, on and around newly renovated Courthouse lawn, Millersburg. Antiques Market, arts and crafts, entertainment and more. Saturday, 5K race, Antique and Classic Car Show and Parade, which is held with the Firemen's Parade, and entertainment on Main Stage throughout the day. Sunday, Lumberjack Show and Grand Parade. For more information, 330-763-4707, email antiquefestival@gmail.com, or for a full schedule of events, visit: www.holmescountyantiquefestival.org.

Oct. 7: Wooster Chamber Music Series, 3 p.m., Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, Gault Recital Hall in Scheide Music Center, College of Wooster Campus, 525 E. University St. Tickets available at the door or by calling College of Wooster Bookstore 330 263-2421.

Oct. 7: Before the Shine, 7-9 p.m., Winery at Wolf Creek, 2637 S. Cleveland Massillon Road, Norton. 330-666-9285.

Oct 7: Brad Fuller (John Denver to Jim Croce), 2-4 p.m. Free for winery customers. Music is outside but will move inside the Barn in case of bad weather. Take own food or purchase cheese plates. Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster; 330-575-1028. Teachers (current and retired) and all school employees get a free wine glass – Teacher 911 – all day every Friday and Sunday.

Oct. 7: Fall Festival, noon-6 p.m., Winery at Wolf Creek. Live Music with Zach, 1-3 p.m.; Before the Shine, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Popcorn pizza, homemade ice cream. Decorate a pumpkin to take home; children’s games and crafts; face painting. West Side Gymnastics leading children's activities from 1-3 p.m. Meet the pygmy goats. Family friendly; free. (No pets or other vendors/sales.) Tickets/registration are for event updates, parking info, and communication purposes. Pumpkins are an additional cost.

Oct. 9: Pumpkin Decoration with Robots, 4 p.m., Rittman Branch Library, 49 W. Ohio Ave. Use the library's Eggbot to draw Jack-O-Lantern faces on mini pumpkins. Customize your jack-o-lantern face using design software Inkscape, then see it drawn onto your pumpkin by a robot. Ages 5-8. Registration: 330-925-2761.

Oct. 9: Candidates Night, 6:30 p.m., Fisher Auditorium at the OARDC; free. Non-partisan event to hear candidates for local and state offices, sponsored by the League of Women Voters, the Wooster Chamber of Commerce, and the AAUW.

Oct. 9: Talija, 7 p.m., Lions Lincoln Theatre, Massillon. Music, folk dance and colorful costumes. Talija Art Company was established in 1998 in Belgrade, Serbia. The folk dances represent all regions of the former Yugoslavia, as well as Hungary, Romania, Russia and Bulgaria. Tickets can be purchased online at www.lionslincolntheatre.org or 1-800-838-3006. Adults $15, students $10, children younger than 6 free.

Oct. 10: Intransit (Latin jazz), 7-9 p.m., Winery at Wolf Creek, 2637 S. Cleveland Massillon Road, Norton. 330-666-9285.

Oct. 11: Creating a CD Pin, 6:30 p.m., Doylestown Branch Library, 169 N. Portage St. Learn to rework used CDs into wearable art pins. Use Ultra thick embossing powders and rubber stamps to create a one-of-a-kind piece. Ages 16-Adult. Registration: 330-658-4677.

Oct. 12: Red Lantern Flames Square Dance, 8-10:30 p.m., Red Lantern Barn, 13144 W. 7th St., Brewster. Caller Gene Hammond, cuer Kristy Lake. Food drive donations. For information, 330-575-0857.

Oct. 12: Guitar Circle, all ages, 7-8 p.m. at Holmes Center for the Arts, 164 N. Washington St.; free.

Oct. 12: Barefoot McCoy, 60s Folk & Peace Music, 6-8 p.m., free for winery customers. Music is outside but will move inside the Barn in case of bad weather. Take own food or purchase cheese plates. Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster; 330-575-1028. Teachers (current and retired) and all school employees get a free wine glass – Teacher 911 – all day every Friday and Sunday.

Oct. 13: Theatre Workshop for ages 11-18, 2-4 p.m. at Holmes Center for the Arts, 164 N. Washington St.; $20.

Oct. 12-13: Enchanted Forest: The Chew, Chomp and Slurp, at the Wilderness Center, Wilmot. 30th year, Mouse, Bat, Slug, Skunk, Spider and Coyote invite families into their forest home to share the recipes of their favorite culinary treats. As guests are escorted along our pumpkin-lit trails by volunteer 'fireflies,' these friendly animals will sing songs, tell jokes and share stories of how they forage and feed themselves in the nighttime woodlands. Following the 45-minute walk, families can return to the Interpretive Building for refreshments. Children and adults are welcome to wear non-scary costumes. Members $6; non-members $8; children 3 and younger are free. Saturday ONLY, 6-6:30 p.m. for youngest visitors. Groups depart every half-hour, 6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m.

Oct. 12-14 and 19-21: Country Autumn Tour. Drive-yourself shopping adventure. Tour hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday and Saturday and noon to 5 p.m., Sunday both weekends. Visit participating shops and farms in Oberlin, Wellington, New London, Spencer and Homerville. Pick up map/ flier at your first stop or download it from www.countrytourgroup.com. Tour participants can also play games and win prizes.

Oct. 13: Mount-Eaton Paint Township Historical Society Museum, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., or by appointment by calling 330-465-7525 or 330-359-5329. Museum is beside the Farmer’s National Bank, 15966 E. Main St., Mount Eaton.

Oct 13: Sgt Pepper Beatles Band, 6-8 p.m. Music $10 cover charge includes entry and one free glass of wine. Music is outside but will move inside the Barn in case of bad weather. Take own food or visit Flamingo Jacks Food Truck. Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster; 330-575-1028.

Oct. 13: Starry Night at the Park, 7 p.m.; meet at Wooster Memorial Park Education Area to view the autumn stars and a crescent moon. A campfire and a short hike are included. Be prepared for weather conditions. Sponsored by Friends of Wooster Memorial Park.

Oct. 13: Ken Miller Museum open house, noon-3 p.m., 7920 Shreve Road, Shreve. Early gas pumps, drilling machines, tractors, trucks and cars. Also, Pennsylvania Railroad and Shreve industry. Adults, $5, 12 and younger free (maximum of $15/?family); members of any historical society half-price; County Line Historical Society paid-up members free. Admissions benefit County Line Historical Society museum in Shreve. For information or special appointment for a group, call 330-496-4024.

Oct. 13: County Line Historical Society Museum, 281 N. Market St., Shreve (state Route 226), open house, noon-3 p.m. Parking at Shreve Mobil, PNC bank and downtown parking lots. Handicap parking at rear of museum, entering alley off East Robinson Street. Adults $2,12 and younger free.

Oct. 13: Annual Harvest Festival, Troutman Vineyards & Winery, 4243 Columbus Road, Wooster; 2-4 p.m., The Scenic Route; 6-8 p.m., Intransit. No wine purchase required, take your friends and enjoy the music. Follow Facebook for weekly updates.

Oct. 13: Tuscarawas Philharmonic’s Classical Mystery Tour with four musicians who look and sound just like The Beatles, 7:30 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center. A silent auction will be held at 6:30 p.m. Concert tickets at the Tuscarawas Philharmonic website, TuscarawasPhilharmonic.org or by calling the Performing Arts Center box office at 330- 308-6400.

Oct. 13-14: Chathan Apple Butter Festival, Chatham Memorial Hall and Pavilion (formerly the VFW facility), 6299 Avon Lake Road (state Route 83, half a mile north of Route 162). Oct. 13, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Oct. 14, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Free. Cauldron of apple butter stirred over open fire; free activities for children, music both days. Crafts, baked goods and gift baskets.Home-made chili, bean soup, bratwurst, chili dogs, hot dogs, freshly made doughnuts, hot biscuits with apple butter, as well as cider, cold beverages and coffee. Purchase apple butter, pumpkin butter, cider, fresh doughnuts, apples and baked goods to take home or to enjoy on casual picnic tables.

Oct. 13-14: Medina County Fall Foliage Tour, noon-5 p.m., both days. Drive-it-yourself tour geared toward families. 50th anniversary tour includes scavenger hunt, open to all ages/families, with forms at any host site. Tour will be in the southwest region of Medina County and will include Harrisville, Homer, Spencer and Westfield townships. Tour is free; some locations may be selling items or charge for entertainment such as hayrides. Tour maps available online at www.medinacountytparks.com one month prior to tour or at each stop of the tour.

Oct 14: Gretchen Pleuss (Joni Mitchell style Singer Songwriter), 2-4 p.m. Free for winery customers. Take own food or purchase cheese plates. Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster; 330-575-1028. Teachers (current and retired) and all school employees get a free wine glass – Teacher 911 – all day every Friday and Sunday.

Oct. 15: Zach (acoustic pop), 7-9 p.m., Winery at Wolf Creek, 2637 S. Cleveland Massillon Road, Norton. 330-666-9285.

Oct. 16: Monster Slime, 6 p.m., Creston Branch Library, 116 S. Main St. Because real monsters can be hard to find and even harder to feed, we will help your little mad scientist make their own slime pet instead. Program includes everything we need (and a few things you wouldn’t think of) to make a creative creature. Ages 5-12. Registration: 330-435-4204.

Oct. 16: Wayne County Civil War Roundtable Program, 6:30 p.m., free in the Wooster Branch of the Wayne County Public Library. John Gurnish of Mogadore, on "Franklin S. Case and the Second Ohio Cavalry." Case was a resident of Wellington, Lorain County. The well traveled "Second Ohio Cavalry" hailed mostly from Northeast Ohio. Case was captured in 1864 at Reams Station, Virginia and was imprisoned in five different prisoner of war camps in the South.

Oct. 16-Nov. 20: After School Art 4 Kids, every Tuesday, 4:15-5:15 p.m., Berlin Mennonite Church.

Oct. 17: Upcycling: Button Pendants, 4 p.m., Wooster, Main Library, 220 W. Liberty St. Get a head start on Christmas by making unique and stylish button pendants. Learn how to make this easy craft. All supplies provided. Register online, stop by the Adult Reference Desk, or call 330-262-0916. In Conference Room West.

Oct. 17: Music on Market, 7 p.m., Wooster United Methodist Church, 243 N. Market St. House of Hamill; Rose Baldino and Brian Buchanan. Unusual, upbeat, Irish-style fiddle tunes and original songs. Free.

Oct 19: Gretchen Pleuss (Joni Mitchell style Singer Songwriter), 6-8 p.m. Free for winery customers. Take own food or purchase cheese plates. Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster; 330-575-1028. Teachers (current and retired) and all school employees get a free wine glass – Teacher 911 – all day every Friday and Sunday.

Oct. 19: Stage Combat Workshop, ages 11-18, 4:30-7:30 p.m. at Holmes Center for the Arts, 164 N. Washington St.; $30.

Oct. 19-21: Orrville Community Players Present: The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde, adapted by Marisha Chamberlain. Oct. 19-20 at 7 p.m. and Oct. 21 at 2:30 p.m., Orrville Community Theater, 307 Hostetler Road. Tickets are $8 in advance or $10 at the door. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-canterville-ghost-tickets-50582369228

Oct. 20: Club Art at the Training Center, ages 16-adult, 2:30-4 p.m.; free.

Oct. 20: Ballroom Dance, adults, 7-9 p.m. at Holmes Center for the Arts, 164 N. Washington St.; $5/person.

Oct. 20: "Codes of Quilts," Ken Miller Museum, 7920 Shreve Road, Shreve, 1 p.m. by Kathy Kraus of Medina. During the underground railroad the quilts would guide them. They devised a series of designs that they put a code to. Hosts by County Line Historical Society of Wayne/Holmes. Free, open to public.

Oct 20: Me & the Other Guy …Classic Rock & Roll (Rolling Stones to Hollies) 6-8 p.m. Music $10 cover charge includes entry and beverage token. Take own food or purchase cheese plates. Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster; 330-575-1028.

Oct. 20: Gnat Boxer Square Dance, 8-10:30 p.m., Ida Sue School, 266 Oldman Road, Wooster. Caller Tom Strickland, cuer Kristy Lake. For questions, 330-264-2725.

Oct. 20: Ashland Symphony Orchestra, 7:30 p.m. "Heroic Haydn", Ashland Grace Brethren Church. Tickets $24 for adults, $21 for seniors, and $5 for children/students. For more information and to purchase tickets online, visit www.ashlandsymphony.org or call Martha Buckner, executive director, at 419-289-5115.

Oct. 20: Kidron Beet Festival, 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Sonnenberg Village, 13497 Hackett Road. Beets, music, food, produce, ice cream and kettle corn. All Village buildings open for tours. For further information, and entry information check Sonnenberg Village website.

Oct. 20: Golden Coffeehouse Jubilee, at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 3186 Burbank Road, Wooster. Headliners Gregg and Sandra Sheffield performed at the first Coffeehouse in 1993 and return for the anniversary. Enjoy music, poetry, storytelling, also fine coffees and teas. 330-262-9194.

Oct. 20-21: Kingwood Center Gardens Great Pumpkin Glow, presented by OhioHealth, on Saturday from 5-10 p.m. and Sunday, 5-9 p.m. Family-friendly event with over 1,000 lit pumpkins, harvest décor throughout the grounds, the Lil’ Carvers Carnival, Scarecrow Row, hay rides, food trucks, live music, and more. Save on tickets by purchasing them in advance at www.kingwoodcenter.org. Pumpkin Glow admission $6 online, $8 at the gate, and children 6 and younger free. Glow will be held rain or shine. Event parking will be off-site with shuttle transportation.

Oct. 21: Ashland Symphony Orchestra in Loudonville, 2 p.m., Ohio Theatre, 156 N. Water St. Tickets $24 for adults, $21 for seniors, and $5 for children/students. For more information and to purchase tickets online, visit www.ashlandsymphony.org or call Martha Buckner, executive director, at 419-289-5115.

Oct 21: Cool California Kenny – Hank Williams to Eagles, 2-4 p.m. Free for winery customers. Take own food or purchase cheese plates. Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster; 330-575-1028. Teachers (current and retired) and all school employees get a free wine glass – Teacher 911 – all day every Friday and Sunday.

Oct. 22: Wooster Friends of the Library hosting Columbus Zoo at 7 p.m. in library meeting room. Members of the Columbus Zoo’s Outreach Program will be showing a variety of animals, explaining origins, habits, and diet, along with conservation efforts. This program is free with a ticket, available at the main desk of the Wooster branch.

Oct. 26: Sounds of Downtown, 6-8 p.m., stroll along to music in downtown Wooster; series will feature variety of musicians and performances throughout the summer season.

Oct. 26: Red Lantern Flames Square Dance, 8-10:30 p.m., Red Lantern Barn, 13144 W. 7th St., Brewster. Caller Howard Williamson, cuer Donna Williamson. Halloween Party. For information, 330-575-0857.

Oct 26: Gary Bonewitz – Classic Country and Oldies, 6-8 p.m. Free for winery customers. Take own food or purchase cheese plates. Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster; 330-575-1028. Teachers (current and retired) and all school employees get a free wine glass – Teacher 911 – all day every Friday and Sunday.

Oct 27: The Return, classic oldies Rock & Roll (Moody Blues to Byrds), 6-8 p.m. Music $10 cover charge includes entry and beverage token. Take own food or purchase cheese plates. Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster; 330-575-1028.

Oct. 27: Ray Kamaley, 6-8 p.m., Troutman Vineyards & Winery, 4243 Columbus Road, Wooster. No wine purchase required, take your friends and enjoy the music. Follow Facebook for weekly updates.

Oct. 27: English Country Dance, 7-9 p.m., Valley College Grange, 2411 Shreve Road, Wooster (state Routes 3 and 226). Susan English providing instruction and prompting. Acoustic music by Fourpence. No partner necessary; will change partners. Comfortable clothing and clean shoes. Suggested donation $6; students $5; family $20

Oct 28: Jay Regallis (Cat Stevens voice and hits), 2-4 p.m. Free for winery customers. Music inside the Barn. Take own food or purchase cheese plates. Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster; 330-575-1028. Teachers (current and retired) and all school employees get free wine glass – Teacher 911 – all day every Friday and Sunday.

Oct. 30: Union Civil War Prisons will be topic of author Roger Pickenpaugh at 6:30 p.m. at the Wooster Main Library, 220 W. Liberty St.; free.

Oct. 31: Jim Gill (singer/ songwriter), 7-9 p.m., Winery at Wolf Creek, 2637 S. Cleveland Massillon Road, Norton. 330-666-9285.