February sure is a sweet month! Grab the kids and learn all about sticky, sweet maple syrup during one of these ultra-sappy, maple-themed events.
Posts Tagged: cincinnati nature center
Cincinnati Nature Center is one of our favorite spots to explore nature! Here’s why!
Spend the first weekend of June with your family exploring Cincinnati!
Star Wars fans, celebrate “May the Fourth” be with you day and check out one of these stellar tri-state events!
Have a wonderful Cincinnati weekend with your family- check out a show, get outdoors and enjoy May 3rd, “May the Fourth” and Cinco de Mayo!
Friday, January 25 FREE ART AFTER DARK: ICE ICE BABY 5 – 9 p.m. Cincinnati Art Museum, 953 Eden Park Drive Do you love the 90s? Bust out your scrunchies and oversized flannel and start practicing the running man and Macarena; then dance the winter blues away with 90s-themed silent disco at the CAM! Watch… Read more »
Friday, November 9 KIDS’ TOWN ELECTION 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Duke Energy Children’s Museum, 1301 Western Ave., Cincinnati All weekend long, cast your vote for the next mayor of Kids’ Town — your votes decide the next elected official of the Kids’ Town exhibit! Current mayor Georgina the American Toad is excited to see… Read more »
“Preparing for Night” marks the premier fall event for Cincinnati Nature Center (4949 Tealtown Road, Milford), taking place Saturday, Sept. 16, from 5 – 10 p.m. Enjoy a fun evening of magical sights and sounds and bring a flashlight to explore interactive booths along the trails. See astronomical wonders through telescopes, meet live raptors up… Read more »
Some of my fondest memories growing up involve digging in the mud, hiking through the woods behind my house, building forts out of random logs, and searching for frogs around the pond in my backyard. Now, I live in a subdivision with my two kids and we don’t have a pond, the mud, or the… Read more »
The Cincinnati Nature Center (4949 Tealtown Road) invites families to enjoy an exhibit from a beloved artist at the Charley Harper Art Show: A Rare Bird in Nature. Chip Doyle, curator/archivist for Charley Harper Art Studio, will show examples of Charley’s renowned “minimal realism” ranging from single cell organisms to members of the animal kingdom… Read more »