Thanks to the quirks of the 2019 calendar, Memorial Day is days past … but it’s still May. Not to fear, though. June will be busting out all over in no time. And June isn’t alone. Arts and entertainment are busting out for everyone, too. Good thing the days are longer these days…
More than 300 artists and artisans at Summerfair 2019, plus brunch…
Summerfair Cincinnati is the 900-pound gorilla of arts fairs. One of the nation’s oldest continuing arts fairs, it consistently ranks as one of the best in the United States.
What to Do/See/Hear | May 30-June 5
Astronomers and sticklers will tell you that summer does not officially begin until June 21. These people have apparently not experienced either Cincinnati’s arts scene or humid heat in late May and early June. To my allergy-clouded eyes, it looks like summer to me. Judge for yourself.
Summerfair makes a splash at Coney Island
The first weekend of June signals the opening of Summerfair at Coney Island. The fine arts and crafts show marks its 51st year with more than 300 exhibitors from across the U.S. The juried exhibition includes works ranging from ceramics and sculpture to painting and photography.
Summerfair kicks off year-long 50th anniversary celebration
Summerfair Cincinnati, one of the country’s oldest art fairs, is marking its 50th anniversary with a year-long celebration of art.
Palooza in the Park brings music to kids
It’s geared to kids, but everyone is invited to Palooza in the Park 2016. The event staged by the Chamber Music Network of Greater Cincinnati promises great music and plenty of fun.
Volunteers needed for Summerfair
Summerfair 2016 has put out the call for volunteers to work during the show. The event relies on 400 volunteers, with shifts averaging two hours. Proceeds from Summerfair help fund grants to local nonprofits and arts groups to support art-related projects.