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Story Time LIVE at Kiddie Academy of West Chester

Kids and parents are invited to Kiddie Academy of West Chester (8178 Highland Pointe Dr., West Chester) on August 26 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. for a Storytime LIVE with Curious George! The beloved monkey will jump off the page and visit the classroom in person!  The event is open to all — current… Read more »

Star Gaze

Did the solar eclipse whet your or your child’s appetite for more astronomy?  Good thing the Cincinnati Observatory and Kenton County Parks are teaming for a Star Gaze on Saturday, August 26 at Lincoln Ridge Park (420 Independence Station Road, Independence).  From 8 – 10 p.m., families can enjoy a look at the night sky… Read more »

10 Reasons to Breastfeed

August is National Breastfeeding Month. In recognition of the health benefits to women and infants, Dr. Lorna C. Shepherd, Chair for the Union Institute and University Master of Arts Online Program Health & Wellness and Bachelor of Science Maternal & Child Health Program, shares 10 reasons to breastfeed.   Decreases incidence or severity of infectious… Read more »

Klosterman’s New Organic Line

Going organic is a great way to feel good about the foods you serve your family or pack in your child’s school lunch.  Did you know that Klosterman, a locally owned baker, now serves up a line of organic bread?  Choose from Organic Raisin Bread, Organic Honey Wheat Bread, Organic Honey White Bread, and Organic… Read more »

Register for Carnegie’s Fall Classes

Young artists are invited to join The Carnegie’s fall ArtStop Artist Series Workshops beginning Sept. 9 and running through Oct. 28.  Ages 7 – 12 interested in stage makeup, screenwriting, and costuming can sign up for fun classes taught by local teaching artists.  Classes meet for one hour on Saturdays: Stage Make-up: Learn the basics… Read more »

Kids’ Festival at Jane’s Saddlebag

Pack up the gang and head to Jane’s Saddlebag this coming weekend for a fun festival that’s just for kids!   Kids can run wild and get free admission to the petting zoo, jump in inflatables, check out the Kids’ PlayLand and take a free hay ride. The Kids’ Festival takes place from 12 –… Read more »

Family Flickn is Bringing the Movies!

FamilyFlickn is a project designed by Amber Kelly, a Community Psychologist and Bond Hill native. The Bond Hill Showcase Theater attracted neighbors and movie goers from throughout Cincinnati for almost 20 years; once the theater closed, the opportunity to see a movie in Bond Hill disappeared. Bond Hill residents had to travel to a theater… Read more »

View From The Seats

Taking a child to her first big, live performance NOT specifically designed for kids can be nerve-racking. Will she sit still and pay attention? Will she refrain from incessantly kicking the seat in front of her?   The answer is … yes!   With a little preparation on your part, it’s easy to turn a child… Read more »

Don’t Mess Around With Strep

School’s starting up again, and with that comes multiple viruses and bacterial infections, including the dreaded strep throat. We chatted with Kathryn O’Malley, M.D., F.A.A.P., from Muddy Creek Pediatrics, on the basics of strep throat. We also learned (as will you) about why it’s important to treat strep with antibiotics and to complete the full… Read more »

View the Eclipse at the Library!

August 21 is your chance to view the first total solar eclipse in nearly 40 years, and what better way to get ready for the experience than with a few fun events at Boone County Public Libraries? On Aug. 5, families can look up to the stars with NASA astronomer Kevin Manning (2 p.m. at… Read more »

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