Posts Tagged: art for kids



We checked in with four local arts hot spots to talk about how their programs keep kids engaged. Here’s what we found out.

Mom Report: Happen’s Toy Lab


Three words. Happen’s Toy Lab. If you haven’t been there, what are you waiting for?! We made our first trip to this “one-of-a-kind” laboratory and we are already planning our next trip back. For $10+ tax you can use your imagination and create your own toy! The cost of your toy goes to help Happen,… Read more »

Comic Con Drawing Contest


The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County will host the 2016 drawing contest this month for kids, teens and adults.  Stop by the Main Library or one of 40 branch libraries from March 1 – 31 to celebrate the fourth annual Cincinnati Library Comic Con, which will take place in May.  A drawing contest… Read more »

Mom Report: Pinot’s Palette


Looking to take your child on a relaxing date full of learning opportunities? Check out Pinot’s Palette! Pinot’s Palette is a great place for a night out with friends, a date night with your hubby (my husband had a great time going with me!), or some special bonding time with your kiddo! My most recent… Read more »

Auditions for STARS!


Children ages 9-18 can now register to audition for the renowned STAR Intensive NKU and STAR Camp Red Bank programs with The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati. Auditions will be held at The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati’s new facility, 4015 Red Bank Road, on Friday, February 26, from 6 – 9 p.m. and Saturday, February 27, from 10 a.m. –… Read more »

New Club for Teen Artists


The Fort Thomas branch of the Campbell County Public Library (1000 Highland Ave., Fort Thomas) recently launched a new Teen Art Club that meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 4 p.m.  Teens and tweens will explore through creativity through guided — and not-so-guided — art activities.  Each month features a new artistic… Read more »

Make it at the CAM


The Cincinnati Art Museum (953 Eden Park Dr.) has plenty of ways to get families interested and active in art.  Start with a visit to the Rosenthal Education Center, open for free Tue – Sun from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.  Here, families will enjoy art-making activities together based around various themes. Or, take an… Read more »

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