April 2, 2009 in Uncategorized
This unofficial three-day weekend has us mostly thinking about, and celebrating, baseball! Feel free to add your own events in the comments and, if there’s something happening in the near future that you think our readers would like to know about, email us at events [at] buycincy [dot] com. Enjoy your weekend!
Creative Spirit Exhibit Opening
5th Street Gallery, 55 West 5th St., Cincinnati
Fri 3 Apr, 5-9 pm
Enjoy work by Oliver Debikey [hand=blown glass], Ilana Debikey [paintings and porcelain jewelry] and George Debikey [ceramics, sculpture and cast glass].
West Chester Kite Fest
Voice of America Museum and Park, West Chester
Sat 4 Apr-Sun 5 Apr, 12-5pm
This years fest will highlight the Chicago Fire, an award winning, competitive kite flying team.
Author Series at the Main Library
Main Library Reading Lounge, 800 Vine St., Cincinnati
Sat 4 Apr, 2pm
Author talk and book signing with Greg Hoard, author of Joe: Rounding Third and Heading for Home, a biography of beloved Cincinnati Reds pitcher and broadcaster Joe Nuxhall.
OUTSIDE 1st Birthday Party
OUTSIDE, 16 East 12th St., Cincinnati
Sat 4 Apr, 11am-9pm
Celebrate the 1st birthday of one of the most unique shops in Over-the-Rhine, with refreshments and great prizes.
Fountain Square, Cincinnati
Sat 4 Apr, 6-8:30pm
Join in this new Cincinnati tradition, complete with live music, fireworks, and speeches, including an appearance by Mayor Mallory.
Findlay Market Reds Opening Day Parade
from Findlay Market, south on Race, east on Fifth, to Broadway, Cincinnati
Mon 6 Apr, 10:30am
Unless you happen to work on the parade route, Monday is basically a city-wide holiday. This year’s parade will feature 200 entries, including 20 marching bands, former Reds outfielder and Hall of Famer Frank Robinson, and Reds starting pitcher Bronson Arroyo.