The rain this week has been a real drag, but thankfully our friends at WLWT are calling for a much nicer weekend! It’s another jam-packed weekend filled with plenty of options for fall-themed fun, exploring the arts and finding your child’s inner foodie.
Saturday, North Cincinnati Community Church hosts its Fall Festival from 4:30-7 p.m. They’ll have FREE balloons, carnival games, inflatables, music, hay rides, face painting, gourd decorating, and a cake walk. The Deerfield Twp. Fire Dept. will be onsite with a giant fire truck.
Linton Music Peanut Butter and Jam Sessions return this Saturday with Brasstacular! Shows, designed for children ages 2-6 take place at 10am & 11:30am at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Kenwood. Tickets are just $5.
Who doesn’t love chocolate??? Sunday stop by the Cintas Center at Xavier for the 2nd Annual Cincinnati Chocolate Festival. Festival includes chocolate tastings with more than 40 vendors, celebrity chef demonstrations, children’s activities and more. Tickets are $7 at the door.
Kenton County Public Library’s Erlanger Branch is hosting a FREE Pumpkin Carving Party on Saturday at 2pm! Everything is provided, but only while supplies last.
Mason is ready to celebrate the fall season this Saturday with the Mason Fall Festival. Fun includes cookie decorating, a costume parade and lots more!
Brazee Street Studio’s hosts their Family Open House Saturday and their makin’ Jack-O-Lanterns. Stop by anytime from 10am – 3pm and have fun creating your own Jack-o-Lantern from fused glass!. Cost is $15.
Did you know Waynesville is Ohio’s most haunted village? It’s true and they’re celebrating with lots of fun, “spooky” activities on Saturday. There’ll be a Ghost and Goblet dinner at Hammel House Inn, Ghostly walking tours and much more.
The MainStrasse Village Paw-rade is back at Gobel Park in Covington Sunday from noon – 5pm. This dog-centric event includes lots of pet related booths, pet portraits and a dog parade at 2:30pm. Be sure to bring your pooch in costume!
Head to McGlasson Farms Saturday from 1-4pm for some great music with Jake Speed and the Freddies, pumpkins, cider, caramel apples ++.
Break out your best costume ’cause this Saturday Pyramid Hill hosts Halloween on the Hill from 4-8pm. There’ll be costume contests, pumpkin carving, hayrides around the park, refreshments and more! Free to attend!
Calling all book lovers! Books by the Banks returns to Duke Energy Center Saturday from 10am – 4pm. Meet top authors from across the country, your favorite costume characters, enjoy activities for Children and more! Visit for complete information.
Toot! Toot! Lebanon Mason & Monroe Railroad’s Pumpkin Patch Express departs at 9:45am, 1:00pm, and 4:15pm this Saturday & Sunday! Travel to Schappacher Farm in Mason where you’ll enjoy exploring the farm, its corn maze and more. Save $$ off your ticket with this offer from eReach.
Whole Foods Market Cincinnati is getting kids in the kitchen Saturday with Kids Can Cook Too ~ Skull Cakes! at 10am. Open to children ages 3-12. Register by calling 513.981.0794
Playhouse in the Park’s Playhouse off the Hill program has three performances of What’s Buggin’ Greg this weekend- Friday, 7pm at Springfield Township; Saturday,
7pm at Baker Hunt.; and Sunday, 1pm at Mayerson JCC. Kristin posted about this particular show, so check it out!
It’s the final weekend for The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati’s production of The Wizard of Oz. Amy wrote about the show last week and Shannan’s kids saw it with their school and can’t stop talking about it!
It’s time for a Pumpkin Party! Saturday Happen Inc hosts it’s annual Pumpkin Party & Bake Sale from 10am – 1pm. Kids will enjoy carving pumpkins with the help of a grown up and can enjoy tasty treats for sale for a good cause. Free to attend. Seating and supplies limited.
Looking to head to a pumpkin patch this weekend? Yearning to find your way through a corn maze? Check out this great list of Cincinnati area fall themed events and activities we put together with the help of our Facebook Fans.
It’s the final weekend for HallZOOween at the zoo! Head to the Zoo Saturday or Sunday for some good ol’ fashion Halloween fun and trick or treating. Check out our post from earlier this week for details.
Sunday Water’s Edge UMC hosts it’s free Community Harvest Festival and Food Drive from 4-6pm at Corwin M.Nixon Park in Mason. Activities include games, bounce house, face painting and lots more. Attendees encouraged to bring non-perishable food or personal care items for donation to the Mason Food Pantry.