Hang in there and clean out your closet! Everyone’s favorite dry cleaner is sponsoring a contest for the best sculpture made using no more than 20 wire hangers.
Bring your sculpture to Majik Touch anytime Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 22-24. Prizes will be awarded before the store closes at 3 p.m. Saturday.
RailRoadEarth, 1467 Oxford Road, 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 23
Pajama Garden is the new sonic entity of songwriters Jeremy Richmond, Timothy H. Patton and Muse Inga. They play folk rock originals sprinkled with well-chosen covers. Band members were born and raised in Emory Village. Free to watch from the yard, sidewalk, and across the street. $10 if you want to reserve a chair (PayPal email@example.com) Masks required in yard. BYOB permitted.
Trunk or Treat, 4-6 p.m. , Sunday, Oct. 25.
Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church will again host this event during Open Streets, but with a twist. Parishioners will decorate their car trunks in the parking lot of the Youth & Activities Building. Families will drive through the parking lot slowly to view the decorated trunks while masked volunteers place bagged treats in bags children hang out the car window.