Go off to see the wizard: Auntie Em! Auntie Em! “The Wizard of Oz” is back in theaters for its 80th anniversary! Catch it at 7 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday at cinemas including Cinemark Portage Crossing, Cuyahoga Falls; Hudson Cinema 10; Montrose Movies 12, Akron; Cinemark 15, Macedonia; Tinseltown USA, Perry Township; and Valley View 24. fathomevents.com.

 

Watch some dance moves: "Dancing With the Stars Live" will cha-cha, salsa and rhumba across the Akron Civic Theatre stage at 7:30 p.m., spotlighting pro dancers and contestants from Season 27. Tickets are $49.50-$79.50. 330-253-2488 or www.akroncivic.com.

 

Prepare pipes for cold blast: With temperatures about to plummet, make sure you don’t end up with frozen water pipes.

• Pay particular attention to pipes on outside walls. Open the doors of under-sink cabinets to allow warm air inside, and turn faucets on just enough to produce a trickle of hot and cold water overnight. Don’t turn the thermostat down at night as low as you usually do. Disconnect hoses from outdoor spigots and shut off their water supply.

• If a pipe bursts, immediately turn off the water, using the shutoff valve for the pipe or the house's main shutoff valve. It's usually near the water meter, along the basement wall nearest the street. If you don't have a basement, it’s probably near the water heater or under a sink.

• If you discover a frozen pipe before it breaks, shut off the water first, in case the pipe has already split. Then try blowing warm air from a hair dryer parallel to the area you suspect is frozen, or by pointing an infrared heat lamp or space heater at the section. As a (messy) last resort, wrap rags around the pipe and pour on boiling water.