From Cavalcade of Customs at Duke Energy Center to Funk Night at the RiverScape Ice Rink, Cincinnati and Dayton are full of family fun this weekend! Check out our weekend round up:
Join the MetroParks on select Friday evenings in January and February for theme night! Skate along to your favorite tunes, played by a live DJ! Enjoy a cup of delicious cocoa from the Cafe and warm up in the Kettering Health Comfort Tent during your visit.
Help the Cyclones raise awareness and funds for the Dragonfly Foundation. The Cyclones will wear specialty jerseys to be auctioned off after the game.
The National Fishing Expos – Cincinnati returns to the Sharonville Convention Center with one of the largest groups of handmade tackle, guides, clothing, accessories and Canadian outfitter vendors in the country. We’ve got the gear you need and deals you won’t believe. Kids 17 and under are free!
Children will learn about the history of early Cincinnati and the historic crafts, trades, and skills of its settlers. They will have the opportunity to explore the past with items from the Heritage Village Museum collections and exploration of the Village’s historic buildings. There will be related stories, activities, and a light snack provided. Everyone will have something to take home to show off their handiwork. Open to ages 5 through 15.
One person’s trash is another artist’s treasure! Drop in with Indigo Hippo for art with recycled materials! After, stay to explore the art museum with free admission every day.
Located in historic and charming downtown Middletown, the third annual Middletown Holiday Whopla features a state of the art ice skating rink, beer & wine garden, food trucks, and Holiday Whoville train rides. It is surrounded by larger than life interactive light displays, nestled amongst specialty shops, bars, restaurants, and so much more. Continue a family tradition or start a new one with us this holiday season!
The Interim Pastor, officers, and members of Zion Baptist Church cordially invite you to an Interfaith Vesper. The speaker will be Christie Kuhns, J.D., President and CEO of Urban League of Southwestern Ohio. Special guests, the Cincinnati Symphony Youth Nouveau Chamber Players, and members of the Vocal Arts Ensemble of Cincinnati. Please join us as we keep Dr. King’s Dream of One Nation Alive! A reception follows the Vesper.