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Ozone Zipline Adventures at YMCA Camp Kern features 10 thrilling zip lines through and above a 200 year old forest in the heart of the Little Miami River Valley. 2 professional tour guides will take a group of up to 8 guests on an unforgettable experience that combines thrills with a informative educational curriculum of local flora and fauna, geology and Native American History.
Join us for a timeless classic, as our stage becomes
alive with The Sound of Music. When Maria
leaves the convent to govern the seven mischievous
children of widowed Captain von Trapp, she
brings music, laughter, and love back to their
home in this musical masterpiece.
The memorable score by Rodgers & Hammerstein
features such beloved songs as "My Favorite
Things," "Do Re Mi," "Edelweiss," "Climb Every
Mountain," and of course, the glorious title song.
The world's best loved musical is an epic love
story all ages will enjoy.
Enjoy extra savings on top of already low outlet prices.
Kings Island prides itself on providing world-class thrills, fun and family entertainment for guests of all ages. Kings Island is also proud of the brave men and women who serve in the U.S. military and is pleased to announce plans for its Tribute to the Armed Forces program during the 2013 season.
Kings Island's Tribute to the Armed Forces program will offer a free regular admission ticket to any active or retired military personnel Memorial Day weekend (May 24-27) and Fourth of July (July 3-5).
Military personnel who qualify for the discount include active military, retired military, National Guard, veterans with honorable or medical discharge and Reserve Officers' Training Corps.
Along with free admission, active and retired members of the military will be able to purchase discount admission tickets for members of their immediate family (maximum of six) at a special military discount price of $29.99.
A valid military ID must be presented at the Kings Island ticket window May 24-27 and July 3-5 to take advantage of this offer.
Forty visiting dealers will offer an amazing display of antiques such as quilts, advertising memorabilia, glassware, pottery, and furniture-primitive and formal.
The ancient Ordovician Sea has disappeared, but evidence of marine life is abundant in the Caesar Creek Region. Meet at the Visitor Center for a program about these fascinating creatures, including the trilobite. Afterward, to the to the Emergency Spillway to identify and study a diversity of fossils.
Summerfair 2013 returns for the 46th year on May 31, June 1 and June 2. The fair, located at Cincinnati's historic Coney Island, will feature more than 300 fine artists and craftspeople from around the country as well as regional performers, a variety of gourmet arts, and the Youth Arts Rocks! area for kids.
Rated "Top 5 Things to do With Your Kids" by CincinnatiMagazine.com, Chuck Wagon Dinner rides offer an evening of fun, great food, and camaraderie. At dusk, Lantern Light Wagon Rides begin to roll along the old stone roads of this historical farm.
Every Saturday in June, July, and August as well as Labor Day weekend!
Dirty Girl is a 5k womens only run for women of all ages and athletic abilities. Don't worry, it's not a "race" in the traditional sense. It is an untimed obstacle course designed to push you slightly out of your comfort zone, but only as far as you are comfortable going. Forming teams is encouraged, and so is helping your fellow Dirty Girls get through to the finish. At a Dirty Girl Mud Run you'll find excitement, laughter, and camaraderie—as well as lots of music and even some adult beverages. It's a day you'll never forget.
Geocaching at its finest. Explore Caesar Creek Lake, its trails and all of its amenities with this competitive geocaching game. Collect all the geocaches and win a prize or receive the highest score or be the first to solve the clues to find the final secret geocache. All you need to bring is your own GPS unit or a compatible smart phone, and you too can join in on the global phenomenon known as Geocaching! Please register.
Celebrate 43 years of wine making at Valley Vineyards during the Valley Vineyards Wine Festival: A Taste of Warren County. Highlights of this all-day event include:
Caesar Creek State Park is highlighted by clear blue waters, scattered woodlands, meadows and steep ravines. The park offers some of the finest outdoor recreation in southwest Ohio including boating, hiking, fishing, bird watching and even fossil hunting.
Camp sites are available for a nightly fee.
A beautiful afternoon trip through Franklin's downtown district quickly turns into a fascinating look back into the city's history. The Franklin Murals depict everything from a 19th century park scene to the city's once proud Great Miami Suspension Bridge.
For more information on the murals, contact the Franklin Area Chamber of Commerce at (937) 746-8457.
The Little Miami Scenic Bike Trail offers more than 70 miles of paved trails running alongside the historic Little Miami River. Your outing will take you through rolling hills, colorful woodlands, picturesque countryside and into quaint small towns.
Get more informaiton on stops along trail plus other Warren County bike trails.
Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art practiced currently for its health benefits. Many practice Tai Chi as a means for dealing with tension and stress. Tai chi emphasizes complete relaxation and meditation and has been described as “meditation in motion.” Tai chi exercises are soft, slow flowing movements that emphasize internal force (chi) rather than brute strength. The famous Mayo Clinic studies report “Tai Chi can help Reduce Stress, Increase flexibility, increase energy, stamina and balance.” Instructor: Dr. Larry C. Bobbert has been practicing Tai Chi for over 25 years, has second degree black belt in Aikido and training in several styles of karate, arnis and cane self defense. He has been adjunct faculty for Morehead University, Eastern Kentucky U,and Midway College. Dr. Bobbert began Tai Chi classes in West Chester in 2011
You'd have to travel a good distance from Cincinnati to visit a rainforest and a desert - or come to Krohn Conservatory, Cincinnati Parks' nationally recognized showcase of more than 3,500 plant species from around the world.
Cost varies with special events. Closed on Cincinnati city holidays.
Butterflies of Morocco celebrates teh 17th anniversary of the Butterfly Show at the Krohn Conservatory. The conservatory showroom will feature butterflies in free flight surrounded by beautiful plants and flowers.
Help us celebrate our newest arrivals at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden during May. Six-foot-tall pink and blue storks statues displayed throughout the Zoo will lead visitors to all of the cutest little baby faces. The 27th annual Zoo Babies celebration also offers an exciting line up of award-winning children's entertainers. Free admissions for moms on Mother's Day.
Kick off summer with tons of fun at EnterTRAINment Junction in West Chester, voted Ohio's Best Family Entertainment Center with two world-class attractions under one roof. EnterTRAINment Junction visitors purchasing a special Do-It-All ticket will also get a FREE admission ticket to Coney Island's classic rides. Promotion runs through June 23. Plus, EnterTRAINment Junction's Do-It-All ticket provides admission to the outdoor rides and to all indoor attractions, including the world's largest indoor model train display, the weird and wacky A-MAZE-N FunHouse ("The Greatest Funhouse on Earth"), a giant kids' play area, and the American Railroading Museum. Free parking.
One of the nations longest running culinary arts festival, the "Taste of Cincinnati" is a Memorial Day Weekend staple. There is only one requirement: Come Hungry!
Mark your calendar for our 3rd annual Zoo La La event hosted by the Zoo's Ambassador Council. With the scenic grounds of the Zoo as a backdrop, Zoo La La is a festive evening allowing guests to experience the park after hours while raising funds to support the Zoo's Local Education Outreach programs.
After being greeted with Zoo-nique cocktails, you can mingle with our animal ambassadors. Tame your hunger while enjoying dinner by the bite from local area restaurants and as the sun sets, enjoy a special evening Cheetah Run. The night will conclude with dancing and live entertainment..
Reserve your spot now, for this adults-only night out at the Zoo!