The city of Powell is looking for local businesses and organizations to participate in the city's second annual "Candy by the Carload" Halloween event, to be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29 in the Municipal Building parking lot, 47 Hall St.

The city of Powell is looking for local businesses and organizations to participate in the city's second annual "Candy by the Carload" Halloween event, to be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29 in the Municipal Building parking lot, 47 Hall St.

Participants will be given at least one parking space to use at their own discretion. They may decorate a vehicle or set up a booth, but Halloween-themed decorations and/or costumes must be used. Participants are asked to bring candy or toys to share with at least 300 trick-or-treaters.

The event is free, but businesses must reserve a spot. Call Silas Bowers, assistant director of parks and recreation, at (614) 885-9820, extension 2, or email sbowers@cityofpowell.us. Corporate residents of Powell will be accepted first, after which, if space permits, businesses outside the city limits will be considered in the order their reservation was received. Reservations will be taken until Oct. 14 or until all spaces are filled.

The inaugural Lost Shepherd Tavern Golf Outing will be held on Thursday, Sept. 29, at Scioto Reserve Country Club, 7383 Scioto Parkway in Powell.

Tee off is at 1 p.m.

The fee to participate is $60, which includes the round of golf, a cart and a $10 Lost Shepherd gift card. Checks should be made payable to Powell Sertoma.

Awards, including longest drive, closest to the pin and best score for the team, will be given after the event at the Lost Shepherd, 345 W. Olentangy. St.

One-hundred percent of the profits from the event will go to the Powell Sertoma Club.

The city of Powell's annual Community Bonfire will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 15 at Village Green Park, 47 Hall St.

The event, organized by the Powell police and parks and recreation departments, will feature hot dogs, doughnut holes, cider and marshmallows. In addition to the large bonfire, smaller pit fires will be available for toasting marshmallows.

The event will take place regardless of the weather. Powell police chief Gary Vest, other police and fire personnel, city of Powell staff members and local service club members will prepare and serve the food.

For more information, call (614) 396-3322, email jrobinson@cityofpowell.us or visit wwwcityofpowell.us.