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Introducing Poetry Tea Time


Parents know all too well the challenges of keeping kids engaged and entertained over summer vacation, and getting them to pick up a book is often impossible. This can make the transition back to the traditional classroom or home school even tougher as their reading skills are usually a bit rusty. Cincinnati’s own Julie Bogart,… Read more »

Free Fridays at NKU Campus Rec


Throughout June, families are invited to Northern Kentucky University’s Campus Rec Center for fun and games, including climbing on the bouldering wall, indoor soccer, a “drive-in movie” (watch while you float in the pool), and snacks and drinks.  It all takes place every Friday in June, from 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Learn more here:… Read more »

Commemorate and Celebrate Memorial Day Weekend


The Arlington Memorial Gardens will once again create a “Field of Memories” to serve as a special area of tribute and to foster appreciation for the men and women who have defended our nation and preserved our freedom. Arlington is selling 3’ x 5’ flag dedications to both individuals and corporations wishing to honor their… Read more »

Cincinnati Neighborhood Games


The Cincinnati Neighborhood Games are coming to town in July, but there is plenty happening beforehand, including qualifying events in your neighborhood! What are the Neighborhood Games?  It’s a chance for 52 of Cincinnati’s neighborhoods to compete in fun and friendly games like a 40-yard dash, a hula hoop endurance contest, chess and more.  It’s… Read more »

Incentivize Summer Reading


The reading struggle is real, so it’s great that our local libraries provide incentives for your child’s efforts.  Check it out! In Boone County (bcpl.org), Thursday, May 31 is the kick-off to the summer reading program.  Enjoy carnival games, treats, and get signed up for the program that includes prizes for all ages — even… Read more »

New Campground at Lake Isabella


There’s a new 24-site, tent-only campground at Lake Isabella (10174 Loveland Madeira Road)!  Families can enjoy a shaded grove of trees, and fun activities like fishing the 28-acre fishing lake. Four sites are circled around a communal fire ring, giving you opportunities to make new friends, while a playground and boathouse are located within walking… Read more »

Ride For National Bike Month


Get out on a bike to celebrate national bike month.  All ages and skill levels can join the Mountain Bike Time Trials at England Idlewild Park (5550 Idlewild Road, Burlington), taking place weekly May 30 – July 26.  Ride the three-mile course, and work on improving your time each week.  Awards and prizes will be… Read more »

TCT Auditions


Does your child dream of being on stage?  Check out the upcoming auditions for The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati (TCT) first two MainStage productions of the 2018 – 2019 season! TCT is looking for children ages 9 – 17 and adults 18 and older to audition for SUPERMAN and Santa Claus: The Musical.  Auditions and… Read more »

Third Tuesday Nature Series


Kenton County Parks & Recreation and the Kenton County Public Library are teaming up to present: Third Tuesday Nature Series. These free, educational and nature themed programs will meet the third Tuesday of the month at Lincoln Ridge Park (Shelterhouse 3) from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Program Dates and Topics: Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Gardening… Read more »

Kids & Stress: Helping Them Cope


Let him shout into a pillow if it helps. The point is, there are things a kid can do to learn how to blow off steam.

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