Cincinnati’s arts scene is bursting with new offerings this week – especially if one of your goals for the new year is to experience something new, challenge yourself or treat your senses.
The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education will call Union Terminal home when the building fully reopens in 2018 following its restoration.
Cincinnati Museum Center is giving you a chance to take a peek behind-the-scenes at the restoration work going on to save Union Terminal. A series of hard hat tours led by CMC’s Heritage Programs and Turner Construction Company will offer details on building history and background along with construction and planning updates.
The 2017 Difference Maker Awards will honor the unsung heroes – the grandmothers and foster parents, volunteers and community organizations, teenagers and budding child advocates – along with the businesses and professionals who make the Cincinnati area better for children.
Guests from all backgrounds now may find it easier to visit Duke Energy Children’s Museum by participating in Museums for All, which provides discounted admission for families presenting food assistance (EBT) cards.
The two-day event is a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, bringing together amateur and professional inventors, artists, crafters, chemists, engineers and performers.