Posts Tagged: exhibits

Mom Report: Krohn Summer Show

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Life moves as fast as heat lightning in the summer sky. The kids are growing like weeds, and while summer break feels like it just started, it simultaneously feels like it is almost over. As parents, we are all chasing the kind of fun memories that the kids will remember when they are grown and… Read more »

Behringer Opens New Exhibit

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Check out sports equipment, vintage scouting uniforms, learn to fly-fish, row a canoe, and lots more during the Behringer-Crawford Museum’s new exhibit, The Great Outdoors. Opening June 10, the exhibit includes special workshops (including one for kids and their grandfathers on June 14; RSVP required).  The Great Outdoors is included with admission and runs through… Read more »

Commemorate and Celebrate Memorial Day Weekend

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The Arlington Memorial Gardens will once again create a “Field of Memories” to serve as a special area of tribute and to foster appreciation for the men and women who have defended our nation and preserved our freedom. Arlington is selling 3’ x 5’ flag dedications to both individuals and corporations wishing to honor their… Read more »

Storied Threads at Behringer-Crawford

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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 »

Holiday Toy Trains

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All aboard for the annual Holiday Toy Trains exhibit at the Behringer-Crawford Museum (1600 Montague Ave., Covington).  The popular display contains more than 250 feet of track and more than 30 guest-activated displays.  Kids can enjoy visits with Santa, and Polar Express readings with local librarians (the first one is Sunday, Nov. 26 at 2… Read more »

Dive Deep at BCPL!

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Boone County Public Library and Duke Energy invite ages 6 and older to explore the mysteries of the ocean in Extreme Deep: Mission to the Abyss, on display at the Main Library (1786 Burlington Pike) through Jan. 7, 2018. Explore newly discovered life forms, shipwrecks and close-up views from deep-sea research submersibles.  “Fly” a remotely… Read more »

What Lives in the Dark?

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Want to know what lives beneath the soil, under the sea, and in the shadows?  Head to the Main Branch of the Boone County Public Library (1786 Burlington Pike, Burlington) for the new traveling exhibit, In the Dark.  On display through Monday, Sept. 5, and produced by Cincinnati Museum Center, the interactive exhibit takes visitors… Read more »

Robots Come to Read

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Libraries are traditionally thought to be the quietest buildings in town, but the Boone County Public Library has been turned into a zoo – literally. The Robot Zoo, a giant traveling exhibit of, well, robots, has parked in the Burlington, Kentucky, branch of the Boone County Public Library (1786 Burlington Pike), and plans to stay… Read more »

Catch The LEGO Road Show!

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Mom Reporter Tina Pratt discovered the LEGO Americana Road Show with her son, get the scoop here! My oldest has been working long and hard to earn a trip to the LEGO Store at Kenwood. He FINALLY reached his goal!  I loaded up the kids for a “quick” trip to Kenwood Town Center.  Our “quick” trip… Read more »

Penguin Party

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Join the Penguin Party!  C-LINK Gallery at Brazee Street Studios (4426 Brazee St.; 513-321-0206) will exhibit fused glass penguins created by children in grades K – 12, beginning June 12.  Thanks to a generous donation from Bullseye Glass Co., the Brazee Street School fo Glass worked with 13 local schools to help form a glass… Read more »

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