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Storied Threads at Behringer-Crawford


For the Hancock sisters, a quilt is more than just pieces of fabric sewn together, it is a way to share a family history.  Spread between Cincinnati, Louisville and Taos, NM, the sisters — Terrie, Pat and Becky — send fabric and squares to each other to create quilts that have their own unique style… Read more »

sMORE Fun With Cincinnati Parks


Between now and 2018’s summer camps, find out the sMORE FUN you can have at one of the family nature programs held each month in Cincinnati Parks.  This month, satisfy the sweet tooth of all ages with Backyard Maple Sugaring on February 10 at the Caldwell Nature Center (430 W North Bend Road). Don’t miss… Read more »

Sugar Camp 2018


Kenton County Parks & Recreation will host Sugar Camp 2018: Making Maple Syrup on March 7 – 10 in Middleton-Mills Park at Shelterhouse 2 (3415 Mills Road, Covington).   Step into the forest and back in time to experience life in a mid-1800’s sugar camp. Visit a working sugar camp, demonstrating the art and science of… Read more »

Mom’s Guide for First Time Day Campers


For local mom Amy Mund, sending her son to a day camp at Cincinnati Nature Center was an obvious choice, since she is a member of the staff. But that doesn’t mean she didn’t have her concerns.    “My biggest concern was that my son, who had just turned 7 at the time, was in… Read more »

Save Your Child From a Mouthful of Cavities


Yucky cavities. The most chronic childhood disease, according to the dentists at Sea of Smiles Pediatric Dentistry, located in Cincinnati. Five times more prevalent than asthma in children, cavities can cause major trouble for kids, including pain, tooth decay and dental abscesses.   That’s why it’s so important to follow guidelines for tooth care for… Read more »

Scout Appreciation Days


Scouts are invited to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force every day in February and March to celebrate Scout Appreciation Days! The Museum will offer a special Scouts-only package, which includes two tickets to ride any of the simulators or for a film in the Air Force Museum Theatre, and one set of… Read more »

All Things Chocolate


The tastiest holiday is right around the corner, so get ready to celebrate with All Things Chocolate from Great Parks of Hamilton County! Held on Feb. 11 at 2 p.m. at Winton Woods (10245 Winton Road), All Things Chocolate presents the interesting history, production and uses of chocolate while sampling a variety of sweet, and… Read more »

Top Ten Tips to Keep Your Resolutions


It’s January–time to put those New Year’s resolutions to eat well into practice! Here are some tips to help make 2018 your best year ever from Union Institute & University. 1. Let MyPlate Be Your Guide: Confused about what to eat to stay healthy? Visit the website or download the easy to use app and… Read more »

2018 Shelterhouse Rentals Begin


Kenton County Parks and Recreation will begin accepting reservations for the upcoming season beginning Monday, February 5 at 7:30 a.m. for walk-in guests only. Reservations can be made at the Kenton County Public Works and Parks & Recreation Administration office, located at 420 Independence Station Rd. (in Lincoln Ridge Park), Independence, KY 41051. Shelterhouses are… Read more »

Letterheads: An Eccentric Alphabet


So here’s a super cool way to help your little ones learn the alphabet (and give you some unique art to admire at the same time)!  Letterheads: An Eccentric Alphabet is a new graphic design book by Stefan G. Bucher that all ages will appreciate.  Bucher used a 3D technology that creates molded and carved… Read more »

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