Halloween is done and over
The snickers all gone and ate
But Fall’s just getting started
Here’s hoping that snow comes late
The Kenton County Public Library also has several activities going on this weekend:
- The Friends of the Kenton County Public Library are also hosing a used book sale at the Durr Branch (Independence), which kicks off Sunday and runs through November 12. Find TONS of nearly new or used books, movies, music and more for prices under $4.
- Does your child enjoy cooking? Head to the Erlanger Branch today at 4pm for “Let’s Get Cooking.” Open to ages 5-10; participants will get to hear stories about food, have a snack and they’ll get to make their own bread to take home and bake. Register
As part of it’s Art in Bloom biennial celebration of art and flowers, the Cincinnati Art Museum hosts it’s Family First Saturday program tomorrow from 1pm – 4pm. Activities include a scavenger hunt, hands-on art making and performances. There is no cost to participate.
Cincinnati Parks are kicking off the fall season with their Fall Planetarium Show at the Wolff Planetarium on Saturday from 1pm – 2pm. Themed Monster in the Sky, attendee will meet at the Trailside Nature Center in Burnet Woods for an introduction to the constellations and some of the legends connected to them in the Autumnal Skies. Open to adults and children ages 5 and up.
Cost is $5.00 per person and reservations are required – (513) 751-3679
Saturday Happen Inc offers up some “Open Studio” time where kids can drop by and create Thanksgiving Placemats. Runs from 10am – 11am and again from 12pm – 5pm and is FREE. Crafty supplies provided.
The Duke Energy Holiday Trains display opens Saturday at the Cincinnati Museum Center. Head over to their site for details on pricing and hours. We attended a preview event for the launch of the recently relocated trains (formerly at the Duke Energy Building downtown) and will have the inside scoop for you later next week!
Head to Newport on the Levee Saturday to help celebrate the grand opening of Peek – A- Toy, a new toy store. There’ll be fun activities for kids from 2pm-6pm and you can save 10% off any purchases made.
Tonight head to Boone County Library’s Scheben Branch to hear Lauren Houston perform her multi-genre blend of folk, country, bluegrass, pop, blues and soul at 7 p.m. Bring the kiddos, it’s for all ages.
Clifton Cultural Arts Center hosts its 3rd Annual Autumn Air Art Fair Saturday from 11am-5pm. 50+ artists will have their work on display and for sale. It’s free to attend. The event is free
Still got that Halloween Pumpkin on your porch? Saturday head to Stanbery Park (Mt. Washington) for the 7 TH ANNUAL PUMPKIN CHUCK from Noon to 5:00 PM WNKU broadcasting live, there’ll be food and drinks, Sunrock Farm animals, face painting and more. Cost is $3.00 per pumpkin or $3 buck a chuck.
Head to the Main Library downtown this Saturday for a Free concert with Cincinnati Pops Conductor John Morris Russell and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Brass Quintet at 2:00 p.m. in the Reading Garden Lounge.
The Mother’s Exchange hosts it’s annual Holiday Sale and Vendor Event Saturday from 8am – 11:30am at Lakota West High School. You’ll find tons of of quality children’s Toys, clothes and more. Admission is $1.
Sunday from 2-3pm head to the Blue Mantee Books store and enjoy a free art workshop for kids ages 3-8, thanks to Kennedy Heights Art Center! “Painting With Scissors: Meet Matisse” will have kids exploring the importance of Matisse and creating their own unique collage masterpieces. The event is free, but registration is requested with The Blue Manatee – (513) 731-2665.
Know about an event happening in your community that we didn’t include?
Let us know about it in the comments! The more the merrier!!