Take a walk down Millionaire’s Row with the Dayton Street Preservation Foundation. The foundation will host its Biannual Historic House Tour. More than a dozen homes in the Dayton Street Historic District will be open for public viewing.
Plans are underway for Cincinnati’s Holocaust & Humanity Center to open its new exhibition at Union Terminal.
The Greater Milford Area Historical Society will host its second annual Thirsty 4 History event, featuring locally brewed beer, food, entertainment, crafting demonstrations, museum tours and more.
Happy Recovery-from-Independence Day! Now back to our regularly scheduled programming…enjoy the second half of summer. Below are a few options for the relatively quiet week ahead.
Experience history, science and art over drinks with friends while you pick the brains of local experts with Cincinnati Museum Center’s 21-and-up series CurioCity.
Two important instructions this week:
1) Contribute to ArtsWave today to help them reach their campaign goal of $12.6 million. The arts are absolutely key in making Cincinnati uniquely special.
2) Plan your weekend using our hand-picked events!
And if you need to look further ahead, check out the most comprehensive arts listings in the region at MoversMakers.org