It's not too late to get the last few moments of summer fun in.

The weekend forecast calls for sunshine and mid-80s temperatures, meaning you'll want to take advantage of the chance to get outside.

If you're still looking for plans, here are 10 potential things to do:

BluesFest

What: Head to Twinsburg for a night of live music, adult beverages and food trucks. Sample a lineup of beers and wines and jam to sounds from acts including Larry Insana, Natalie Stamper and The One Shoe Highway and more. See the full lineup here.

Where: Perici Amphitheater, 10260 Ravenna Road, Twinsburg

When: Saturday 4-11 p.m.

Cleveland Eats Culinary Festival

What: Sample small plates from Cleveland's chefs, learn a little something during a cooking demonstration and listen to live music while you support Tri-C hospitality management students. Famed Cleveland chefs including Matt Fish, Zack Bruell and Dante Boccuzzi will all be cooking up their best culinary creations. Learn more here.

Where: Mall B, Cleveland

When: Saturday 12-10 p.m.

Cleveland Museum of Art Chalk Festival

What: Marvel at the creations of pro chalk artists in the museum's Fine Arts Garden. You can even purchase your own square to show off your skills, whether you're an aspiring pro or just looking for some fun. You can also learn how to make your own chalk and master your skills. Learn more here.

Where: Cleveland Museum of Art Fine Arts Garden, 11150 East Boulevard, Cleveland

When: Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m to 5 p.m.

Crocker Park Wine Festival

What: Sample all sorts of wines and enjoy live entertainment, all in the friendly confines of the west side's favorite shopping center. General admission gets you 10 tasting tickets so you can try everything from your favorite pinot to a new cabernet. Get tickets here.

Where: Crocker Park, 228 Market St., Westlake

When: Friday 4-10 p.m., Saturday 2-10 p.m.

Fairytale Ball

What: Make some magical memories at the Cleveland Fairytale Ball. You can dance with Cinderella, read with Rapunzel and try some treats with Tinkerbell, according to the event's website. Kids will also receive a professional portrait and access to games, crafts and a candy buffet. Get tickets here.

Where: Cleveland Convention Center, 300 Lakeside Ave. E., Cleveland

When: Saturday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m

Halloweekends

What: Cedar Point's annual spooktacular event starts this weekend -- for those who dare. The park has fun for the whole family, event the little ones looking for a tamer time. Check out the family-friendly Great Pumpkin Fest, or scream your way through one of the haunted houses. Learn more here.

Where: Cedar Point, 1 Cedar Point Drive, Sandusky

When: Weekends through Oct. 28

John Oates

What: Heads up, Hallraisers! Half of the Hall and Oates duo will perform at the Rock Hall this weekend. Rock Hall inductee John Oates will perform solo songs from his new album. The performance is free with admission. Learn more here.

Where: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, 1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard, Cleveland

When: Saturday 2 p.m.

Ozzy Osbourne

What: The crazy train makes a stop at Blossom this weekend as part of the legend's No More Tours 2. The show celebrates 50 years of Osbourne's music and will be opened by Stone Sour. Get tickets here.

Where: Blossom Music Center, 1145 W. Steels Corners Road, Cuyahoga Falls

When: Sunday 7:30 p.m.

Woofstock

What: It'll be a barkin' good time at this fundraising event, which is the Geauga Humane Society's biggest of the year. All you have to do is make a purchase for admission -- minimum is $5 for a wristband. You can bring your pup, listen to live music and shop all the vendors for the paw-fect gift for your pooch. Learn more here.

Where: Cleveland Metroparks Polo Field, Corner of Chagrin River and South Woodland roads, Moreland Hills

When: Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

World paddle ball record

What: Be part of history as 500 people attempt to break the Guinness Book record for the Most People Controlling a Paddle Ball at one time. Participants will receive a paddle ball they can keep after the record attempt. At least 500 participants are needed. Learn more here.

Where: Gordon Square, 7500 Detroit Road, Cleveland

When: Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.