Please forgive us for being so late getting all the great stuff Cincinnati has to offer out to you guys. My only defense is that Kindergarten is kicking my butt! TGIF!
The Kenton County Public Library always offers a ton of programs family fun. This weekend enjoy Arting Around at the Durr Branch on Saturday at 11am or have your little people practice their reading skills with a four-legged pal during Puppy Tales. You can find more information on their site for both programs and be sure to look ahead to the rest of the month’s offerings.
Go back in time at the Old West Festival. You can read all about it in Amy Q’s post from earlier this month. This is something you don’t want to miss – make sure you add it to your to-do list before the Festival ends.
St. Clements is hosting their Annual Festival as well this weekend in St. Bernard.
Raise the Roof and help Habitat for Humanity on Saturday at 10am at Sharon Woods with a 5K Walk/Run.
The Kennedy Heights Art Center throws open its doors for the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra’s Woodwind Quintet on Saturday at 1:30pm in Pleasant Ridge. All ages are welcome for this free event.
The HopeBox Derby is rolling back into town on Saturday 12pm to 6pm in Ft. Wright. A great day of fun for an amazing cause.
Septemberfest is happening at St Peter and Paul Church in Reading this weekend – how wonderful to have a festival without the scorching heat, eh?
Park it at Park Fest in Taylor Mill on Saturday from 2pm to 9pm. Hayrides, food booths, rides, music and fireworks to send you off!
Choo Choo with children’s favorite train – Thomas at Lebanon Railroad. This 25-minute ride is offered at various times on Saturday and Sunday. Be safe and make reservations before you head out there.
The Mason-Deerfield Arts Alliance (MDAA) is holding their annual Arts Festival on Sunday 12pm to 5pm.
Touch-A-Truck in Ft. Thomas on Saturday will be your truck-lovers dream come true. Held at Tower Parker in Ft. Thomas 12pm-3pm.