The Cottage Event Center on U.S. 24 in Roanoke will host a benefit concert from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10. Admission is free; all proceeds from the event, including the cash bar, food sales and donations, will be sent to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.
Fright Night downtown will return for its 10th year Saturday, Oct. 21. Events include a pumpkin zone at the Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory, a trunk-or-treat soiree at the Central Branch YMCA parking lot, several zombie-theme events at the Allen County Public Library, lantern tours of the Old Fort and a variety of performances throughout the day.
When Connor Scheumann was a 4-H’er living in Hoagland, he joined in a visit to Park Hill Learning Center in New Haven.
The J Taylors will perform pop to country and light rock at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20, at the Cottage Event Center, on U.S. 24 in Roanoke. Tickets are $25. The event is a fundraiser for the Shepherd’s House facility for homeless veterans in Fort Wayne.
Sarah Osborne carries a box of food while volunteering at Community Harvest Food Bank. All 745 Concordia Lutheran High School students dedicated the morning of Oct. 6 to Service Day, serving at parks, schools and nonprofits.
The Marching Vikes of Huntington North High School present “Supercharged!” at the Homestead Fall Festival of Bands on Oct. 7, placing second among five Class B bands. The band competed Oct. 14 at the ISSMA Open Class Regionals at Lafayette, but missed qualifying for the Semistate. Michael Petek directs the band, assisted by John Gardner. The band includes 70 musicians and guard members. Emily Paulette and Layla Martz are the drum majors.