Perfect Fall Day

fall2Photo by Dave Powers

Today and tomorrow should be perfect fall weather, sunny with temperatures in the mid-60s.

The Geology Museum’s Fall Mineral, Book, and Fossil sale happens today from 9-4.  Prices drop throughout the day, so go early for the best selection, or late for the best prices.  1310 Maple St. (map)

The Railroad Museum has paranormal investigators on hand today, telling ghost stories–including some set at the Railroad Museum!

Medusa for HalloweenStill need a Halloween costume?  The most creative costumes come from Goodwill, where the clothes are so inexpensive that you can cut, tear, or repurpose them at will.  They also have new, packaged Halloween costumes.  Today only, nearly everything in the store is 50% off!

West Side Live! presents Justin Roth tonight at 7, at the Unitarian Church.  Justin is a nationally touring singer/songwriter and finger style acoustic guitarist who combines an artful blend of hooks laid on a bed of brilliantly inventive guitar technique, bridging contemporary and indie/alt folk. His guitar playing has earned him shared stages with some of the greatest fingerstyle players of today, such as Tommy Emmanuel, Andy McKee, and Pat Donohue. Roth’s fan-funded fourth solo album, “Now You Know”, which he recorded, produced, played and sang every single note himself in his home studio, was voted as one of the Top 100 Folk Albums of 2011 by Roots Music Report. Inspired by the 2013 Colorado floods, Justin also wrote and released his song “Rise,” donating 100% of the proceeds to flood relief. All Tickets: adults $17 online / $20 at the door.  Say the password “rhythm” at the door, and you’ll get the pre-sale ticket price!