July is the perfect month for zipping around a lake, camping under the stars, and more. Enjoy!
Posts Tagged: family fun
Run, walk, cycle or even hike your way over to one of Cincinnati’s family fitness events. Why? Because it’s all for a good cause and it gets the family moving — together.
Kiddie Academy of Mason (6202 Snider Road, Mason) invites local families to share in fun, educational and age-appropriate activities at an indoor/outdoor STEM Adventures Event hosted by Kiddie Academy of St. Johns. Activities are based on multiple themes that combine Science, Technology, Engineering and Math in interactive projects to foster learning through play. Projects include… Read more »
Kenton County Parks & Recreation’s popular summer series, Wild Wednesdays and (Almost) Every Other Thursday Science, returns next month with a jam-packed schedule of animal meet-and-greets, science experiments and more. The fun begins starting May 16, as Critters in the Classroom brings a few guests. Arrive early for pre-program fun each week with the likes… Read more »
“I spy with my little eye…a duck!” Kids of all ages will enjoy going to Duck Donuts in Mason, located near Whole Foods, and personalizing a deliciously warm donut with their favorite toppings. Upon entering the store, you are greeted with a family-friendly environment with fun rubber duckies and a step to view your donuts… Read more »
Run, drive, jump, putt and play, while learning how to stay happy, healthy and safe at the Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience. The new 7.5-acre attraction opens Saturday, March 17 at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. It features 14 interactive elements that demonstrate the physical, mental and social rewards of being active. Indoor… Read more »
Even the walls have fun. Covered with delightful sketches, the happy walls surround playthings for babies, kids, teens and adults. Visitors can play on the floor, at tables, in chairs, and on swings that will hold up to 800 pounds. “We want to appeal to everyone, young and old,” says founder, Julia Fisher. “Play is… Read more »
Summit Park has been the go-to place for fun and games with the family, and this coming winter, you can also go ice-skating! The park’s new ice rink, located directly underneath the glass canopy, will open Saturday, Nov. 18. The rink will remain open to all ages through February. Restaurants will be open their respective… Read more »
Lots of play spots around town have times blocked off for kids with special needs that include attention to details like lighting and volume control. Check out this list to get you started on a fun time with your special needs child. JUMP AND PLAY TIME Lazer Kraze 7082 Columbia Road, Maineville, 513-339-1030… Read more »
August 21 is your chance to view the first total solar eclipse in nearly 40 years, and what better way to get ready for the experience than with a few fun events at Boone County Public Libraries? On Aug. 5, families can look up to the stars with NASA astronomer Kevin Manning (2 p.m. at… Read more »