It's looking like another great weekend across the tri-state! Here is our breakdown of what's going on from March 5 - March 8.
Attention To Detail
This is the perfect event for the art lover in your life. This exhibition focuses on women in art and how they defied conventional wisdom and made art their own. Featuring local and regional artists, this is sure to be a wonderful event.
When: Thursday, 6PM-8PM
Where: 1628 Ltd., 11 Garfield Pl., Downtown
Cost: FREE, registration required
All School Theater Open House
Many schools across the tri-state have lost their theater programs. Now, your child can have the opportunity to get back on the stage, and they get to pick the show. Meet people who enjoy theater and participate in selecting the very first show!
When: Thursday, 6:30PM-8:00PM
Where: Mt. Healthy Jr./Sr. High School, 8101 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati
Cincy Winter Beerfest
Who doesn’t love a great beerfest? This is one of the best you’ll find in the tri-state, a true can’t-miss for all those who love craft beer. Featuring over 120 breweries, there is sure to be something for you.
Where: Duke Energy Center, 525 Elm St., Downtown
Cost: Starting at $50
In honor of Women’s History Month, The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County are providing valuable on-site resources for women of all ages and backgrounds. No registration is required.
When: Friday, Noon-4PM
Where: Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Main Branch, 800 Vine St., Downtown
It’s First Responders Appreciation Night as the Cyclones take on the Fort Wayne Komets. Bring the whole family and get there early so you can grab a free fleece blanket given out to the first 3,000 fans!
When: Friday, 7:30PM (Doors, 6:30PM)
Where: Heritage Bank Center, 100 Broadway, Downtown
Cost: Starting at $18
The Cincinnati Sound with Paul Shaffer
You know Paul Shaffer as the former pianist on the Late Show with David Letterman. Now he’s bringing his talents to the tri-state as he plays along with the Cincinnati Pops. Hear some of the great music to come out of Cincinnati, from James Brown to the Isley Brothers. Tickets won’t last long for this show!
Where: Music Hall, 1241 Elm St., OTR
Cost: Starting at $25
Something To Live For
Calling all jazz fans! The Cincinnati Contemporary Jazz Orchestra is set to perform some of the classics! Join special guest Janelle Reichman as the CCJO perform the music of Billy Strayhorn. Strayhorn is best known for writing for The Duke Ellington Orchestra, including his famous, “Take the ‘A’ Train”.
When: Sunday, 2PM
Where: First Unitarian Church, 536 Linton St., Cincinnati
Cost: $20 – Adults, $10 – Students/Children
Blue Ash Montgomery Symphony Orchestra
Join the Blue Ash Montgomery Symphony Orchestra as they showcase some of the best young artists in the tri-state. Winning artists of the Jack & Lucille Wonnell Young Artists Concerto Competition include Erica Nam, Jennifer Armor, and Arun Kamath. Head out and give these young musicians your support.
When: Sunday, 6PM
Where: St. Barnabas Church, 10345 Montgomery Rd., Cincinnati
If you're looking for even more things to do in Cincinnati this weekend, check out the calendar tab at the top of the page.