Cincinnati USA Book Festival Love books? Check out the 6th annual Books by the Banks, taking place Saturday, Oct. 20 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Duke Energy Convention Center (525 Elm St., downtown). This FREE festival features more than 100 national, regional and local authors signing their books and answering your questions…. Read more »
Harmony is …
the theme of this year’s photography contest for teens
Join Cincinnati and NKY Family on Saturday, Sept. 22 for Bluegrass for Babies!
Living Green: A Turtle’s Quest for a Cleaner Planet (Mighty Book) is a 2012 shortlist finalist for the National Green Earth Book Award. The children’s book, by local author Artie Knapp, features Thurman the Turtle, and it’s now a free video on Youtube, too. Head there with your youngsters to learn about living green.
Children’s artwork is on glorious display at the Main Library (800 Vine St.) in “What Children Believe”…
New study seeks kids 8 – 12
Families with children on the autism spectrum will be glad to know that recent renovations at the Blue Ash YMCA (5000 YMCA Drive) will include a preschool autism learning center.
Fairfield coach Scott Smallwood says “Lacrosse is a fast-paced sport that provides today’s youth an exciting alternative to the traditional sports we as adults grew up playing.” Many different elements of the game are appealing to kids, Smallwood points out. “The game combines non-stop action, the possibility of high scoring, emphasis on teamwork, and the… Read more »
June’s a great month for summer fun in the great outdoors! Here are a few ideas to get you started.
There’s lots to be found at a farmers’ market – more than just fresh veggies and fruits. Plenty of markets offer hand-crafted items, bakery goods, jams and candy.