Check on any outdoor events you plan to attend this weekend to be sure they have not been cancelled due to excessive heat. I know of several events that have been cancelled or postponed. Stay hydrated and keep as cool as you can! Have a great weekend!
World Choir Games Free Concerts and Events are happening all weekend and into next week. Check the post I published a few days ago covering all of the Free Concerts and Events associated with the Games. Be sure to catch one or more of these once-in-a-lifetime events!!
Movies & Concerts
Kids ages 5-12 will learn to build a Penske moving truck while learning tool safety at Home Depot this Saturday. This will be a fun one for my kids, since we are moving soon!
All kids get to keep their craft and receive a Free Kids Workshop Apron, commemorative pin and certificate of achievement. Safety goggles and tools will be provided.
Hidden Valley Fruit Farm will be celebrating Berry themed treats all weekend. From 12pm-5pm on Saturday there will be Live Music, Train Rides and Family Fun! A baby goat that’s only a week old will be available to meet the public. Awwww! Come try some product samples and buy some fresh-grown produce while you’re there!
Come over to the Sharonville library Saturday for your chance to feed and pet animals from Honey Hill Farm, including a miniature horse, miniature donkey, an alpaca, bunnies, goats, sheeps and ducks. This experience is sure to delight little ones!
Earlier this year this event was cancelled due to budget constraints. Then in March Northgate Mall and their affiliate Tabani chose to fund the Fireworks and the event will go on! Yay! My family has enjoyed this show on more than one occasion.
Free shuttle parking will begin at 8pm from Northgate Mall, Colerain HS and Colerain MS. The fireworks will be at 10pm. We’ve had great luck using the shuttle system in the past. It is run smoothly. Be sure to bring blankets and chairs. Don’t forget your water bottle!
Movies & Concerts & Puppet Show!
Come out to River Hill Pond at Mitchell Memorial Forest this Sunday to take part in this Fishing Derby! Bring your own gear, bait will be available for purchase. The pond will be stocked full of 250 pounds of channel catfish for the occasion. Youngsters ages 12 and under who catch one of 50 tagged fish will win a trophy and each child who catches any fish will receive a special certificate to commemorate their accomplishment. Catfish caught during the event hours may be taken home. All other fish must be caught and released.
The Chris Macarthy Memorial Fishing Derby is free of charge and advance reservations are not necessary to participate. A Hamilton County Park motor vehicle permit is required ($10 annual; $3 daily).
Second Sunday on Main gives you the chance to stroll up and down Main St. in Over-the-Rhine while enjoying the local shops and wares. The Free Celebrity Chef and Wine Pairing event this month begins at 2:00pm in Japp’s Annex (two doors north of Japp’s at 1134 Main). Doors open at 1:30pm. At 2:30pm there will be a Free Friendship Concert as part of the World Choir Games!
Second Sunday on Main is kid, bike and dog friendly! Enjoy checking out vendor wares, artwork and many of the locally owned shops and restaurants on Main!
Movies & Concerts
Check the Staycation Fun in Cincinnati list for more ideas for family fun!
Family Friendly Cincinnati has more weekend happenings at
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