Sherry Hang

Bring Back Reading Aloud


You hear talk of how you should read aloud to babies and that reading aloud puts kids on the right track during their early developmental years, that reading aloud helps nurture a love of reading that will last into adulthood … but what makes reading aloud so critical? And why read aloud to older kids… Read more »

Camp Under the Stars


For the first time, the Cincinnati Observatory invites families to bring their tents and sleeping bags for an overnight campout on the Observatory’s lawn Saturday, July 27, at 8 p.m. to Sunday, July 28, 9 a.m.! Set up your tent, then take a tour of the Observatory, view the planet Venus, and enjoy some stories… Read more »

Getting Started in Gymnastics


Olympian McKayla Maroney’s “not impressed” meme aside, gymnastics calls to mind visions of poise, grace and strength — qualities your tumbling tot likely hasn’t mastered yet. But hey, everyone has to start somewhere, and gymnastics is a great way to take advantage of children’s natural curiosity, as well as help them develop strong bodies, minds,… Read more »

Let’s Party!


Goody bags, theme ideas and more! 5 Goody Bag Ideas These can be a real challenge — try these tips for goody bag awesomeness! Give a gift that lasts — art supplies like stickers, a coloring book and a small pack of crayons will give your guests something to continue the fun at home. KIDS… Read more »

Building Sibling Love


Help your toddlers get ready for a new baby’s arrival by teaching them all about their special new roles: Big brothers and sisters!

Butterflies are EVERYWHERE


The 2013 Krohn Conservatory Butterfly Show opens Saturday, April 20 with exotic Butterflies of Morocco. Thousands of butterflies will fill the Krohn’s showroom, featuring re-created ancient passages lined with marketplace items like carpets, fabrics, jewels and more. The show will be open daily from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. through Sunday, June 30; admission is… Read more »

Cincinnati Earth Day


Head to Sawyer Point on April 20 for the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day. Purchase plants, sample tasty treats, join in on hands-on environmental education activities and learn about local eco-friendly businesses and projects. Join the scavenger hunt and get a green passport stamped for a prize. All ages can do the Run for the… Read more »

Get Ready to March for Babies


Join Cincinnati Family at this year’s March for Babies, a walking event in support of March of Dimes’ mission to help moms deliver stronger, healthier babies. The official walk begins at 9 a.m. on Sunday, April 28 at Paul Brown Stadium and finishes at Sawyer Point (705 E. Pete Rose Way). You’ll be able to… Read more »

LEGOS in Louisville


Take a day trip to Louisville for the LEGO KidsFest, taking place April 5 – 7 at the Kentucky Exposition Center (937 Phillips Lane, kyfairexpo.org). Bring the gang to tour the LEGO Model Museum, improve your building skills with help from the LEGO Master Builder Academy, hit the activity area for games, trivia and contests,… Read more »

Walk … & Dress … for Success!


Dress for Success Cincinnati is teaming up with the Flying Pig Marathon to host the Power Walk for Dress for Success Cincinnati. On Saturday, May 4, participants 18 and older can join a 5K walk that will benefit both Dress for Success Cincinnati and the Health and Wellness initiative of the Professional Women’s Group, an… Read more »

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