Celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, the Cincinnati Sports Club is known for its plethora of indoor and outdoor activities and constantly improving facilities. “We recently expanded our outdoor area to include a zero-entry pool for the little ones, an extended deck for the adults, a new splash pad, natural turf area, outdoor chess set, foosball and ping… Read more »
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Don’t let the “Summer Slide” affect your kids this summer — keep them reading, learning and having plenty of fun along the way. Here are some great ways to do that: Kenton County Public Library: The Kenton County Public Library kick-off celebrations take place Saturday, May 30, at three locations. At the Erlanger Branch (401… Read more »
Coding for kids is fast becoming THE thing to do — and it’s a skill that can someday lead your child to an excellent job.
End the summer with some FUN by getting to one of these five outdoor events.
Summer’s supposed to be fun and full of adventures for kids. Here are some summer fun ideas to help you make the most of it with your family.
A paddlin’ we will go! Head outdoors for some family fun during the Ohio River Paddlefest and Kids Outdoor Adventure Expo June 20 – 22.
There’s a new place in town to let your kids have some fun sliding, climbing around and more! Pogo Play is now open in Blue Ash!
Kenton County Parks & Recreation returns with its award-winning Wild Wednesdays programs and brings kids closer to nature and more.
Chess helps kids develop analytical and decision-making skills, perform higher-order thinking, and more, but perhaps most importantly for kids … it’s fun! Check out these local clubs to see how your child may get involved: Cincinnati Chess Club cincinnatichessclub.com Meets on Fridays, 6 – 11 p.m. at 3882 Paxton Ave. (in the Hyde Park Plaza)… Read more »
Tissue Paper Flowers are simple and easy to do with the kids and perfect for Mother’s Day. What you need:Tissue paper of varying colorsGreen pipe cleanersTwigsVase What you do: Â Â Cut the tissue paper down to a desired size. Rectangles that are 5-by-7 inches make for perfect tiny flowers. Stack several sheets of the… Read more »