Things To Do This Month
This fall at the Krohn Conservatory, become enriched by the countless ways wheat, rye, and spotted joe-pye weed can be incorporated into your landscape staples and everyday life!
August 31 – October 20, 2019 Open Tuesday – Sunday (Closed Mondays) 10 am – 5 pm
Youth (5-17) $5.00
The Haunted Brewery Tour: Can You Crack the Safe? returns as an ALL NEW interactive experience supporting the Brewing Heritage Trail, created in cooperation with Christian Moerlein Brewing Co., Escape Room Family, and Cincinnati Landmark Productions. Debuting October 4 and running Friday and Saturday evenings throughout October, the Haunted Brewery Tours will take patrons on a trip back in time to meet actual colorful (and doomed!) characters in Cincinnati brewing history.
This wildly popular annual beer tasting event takes place through the Zoo and will feature a wide variety of beers. Brew Masters will be on site to discuss the “science of beer”, provide insight on beer varieties and answer guest questions. Light fare from various local restaurants, special animal encounters and more will add additional fun to this grown up night at the Zoo. Benefits Lindner Center for Conservation and Research of Endangered Wildlife.
OCTOBER 10, 2019
6:30pm – 9:30pm
VIP begins at 5:30pm
Mama Said String Band plays until 8pm
Randy Houser starts at 8:30pm
Saturday, October 5! First Come First Served Pumpkin Blow $40
First Come First Served Leaf Pendant $30
First Come First Served Sugar Skull Magnet $20, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m., just show up and take a number.
Payment due upon scheduling. Ages 5 and up. Questions? Call 513-751-3292 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Pumpkins and Skulls available for pick up approximately one week later.
We are excited to share the amazing autumnal treats Findlay Market has this season at our annual Fall Food Fest. We will have live music all day, delicious beers and fall-themed cocktails, children’s activities like pumpkin painting and a spooky scavenger hunt, and of course, the freshest, bestest food in town.
Get tickets here or on-site (credit card only) at the Market Center located in the middle of the market house, or at Elaine’s Kitchen located on the Race Street esplanade at the corner of Race and Elder Street.
Ticket includes ten (10) five-ounce tastings from some of Cincinnati’s top Microbreweries. Music will be provided by Gee Your Band Smells Terrific, which plays “The Super Hits of the ’70s,” including some ’70s Halloween songs! Family Treats & Grill on Wheels will have food available for purchase in case all the fun makes you hungry. Wine, soft drinks, and water will be available for purchase. Oh yeah, it’s a costume party too, so get started on your costume. It will be a haunting good time!
Friday, Oct. 18th at Ault Park Pavilion, 6:30 – 10:30pm
$20 through October 16th $25 thereafter