Kids will love learning about what’s in the night sky with this new, educational book.
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You will be blown away by all the new attractions and events happening right here in your city!
Happy Father’s Day Weekend, Cincy Dads! Have a wonderful time with the family with some of these great programs, including checking out some Zoo Babies on Sunday 🙂
See what’s going on at the Cincinnati Observatory this weekend! Hint: It’s something super sweet!
Cincinnati Pops: Pops in Space Friday, January 18 DINOSAURS 10:45 a.m. and 1 p.m. Glenwood Gardens, 10397 Springfield Pike, Cincinnati Learn all about prehistoric pals like t-rex, triceratops and other fossilized friends. $2.50 per person + A valid Great Parks of Hamilton County vehicle permit is required to enter the park, see website for more… Read more »
Friday, December 7 HOLIDAY MUSIC PERFORMANCE 7 p.m. Farbach-Warner Nature Preserve, 3455 Poole Rd, Colerain Township Get into the holiday spirit with cheery music! The Cincinnati Dulcimer Society and the Colerain High School Chamber Orchestra will be performing festive music. A valid Great Parks of Hamilton County vehicle permit is required to enter the… Read more »
Friday, October 19 KIDS DAY AT THE PARKS : LEAVES FOR LITTLE FOLK 11 a.m. & 1 p.m Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve / Ellenwood Nature Barn, 3455 Poole Road, Cincinnati- 513-521-7275 greatparks.org $7.50 per child, payable at the door + A valid Great Parks of Hamilton County vehicle permit (see website for pricing) is required to… Read more »
The Cincinnati Observatory is offering a new family class for kids in grades 1 – 6 and their parents called Cosmic Kids. The class, which will meet on the third Saturday of each month at 9:30 a.m. for grades 1 – 3 and 11 a.m. for grades 4 – 6, will explore topics in astronomy…. Read more »
Giant Jupiter has returned to the evening skies, and the Cincinnati Observatory is ready to help you spot the planet on January 31! Learn all about Jupiter, its blustery hurricanes, its shrinking red spot, and its 67 moons. Then view Jupiter’s cloud tops and four largest moons through the oldest telescope in the U.S. and… Read more »