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Fun in Anderson Township Parks

by The Cincinnati Team

Family Scavenger Hunt/Geo-caching Event - Friday, Sept. 27, 6-8pm

Explore Johnson Hills Park, 7950 Bridle Rd, as a family.  Go on a park scavenger hunt or discover the new Ranger Rick’s Geocache Trail™.  Ranger Rick® and his pals went geocaching and left behind a trail for you to follow.  

If you have not heard of Ranger Rick and the magazine named after him, here's some information.  The magazines, sponsored by the National Wildlife Federation, attempts to encourage the interest and exploration of animals and nature.and encourage the protection of animals for the future.  In addition to the two magazines for different age groups, that have started to help kids explore the parks they visit through Geocaching.

What is geocaching?  Geocaching uses a Global Positioning System (GPS) or a smartphone to follow the places on a trail that lead to clues about the positions.  Each participant is given a special Ranger Rick Passport.  When you get to each GPS position, you look around for something out of the ordinary.  When you open up the box, you will find a clue inside and a stamp for recording the findings.  Sometimes, people add treasures to the box in trade for a treasure already inside.  At the end, you can go to to check your answers.

Please dress for the weather and feel free to bring a flashlight! 

Anderson Township Summer Shazaam Series - August 14

by The Cincinnati Team

​​Magic show by Cincinnati Circus - August 14                    

Take in the excitement with the final show of the Anderson Township Summer Shazaam Series.  The Magic show performed by Cincinnati Circus Company will be August 14th from 10-10:45 am.  It will be held in Beech Acres Amphitheater.  After the show, stay to play on the playground and have lunch in the Park.  

They are also having the final Grilled Cheese Wednesday, right after the show. You can get free grilled cheese sandwiches, and purchase hot dogs and drinks from the concession stand.  You can also bring other items your kids like in your own picnic.  Have fun with the kids before they head off to school again.

Beech Acres Amphitheater Site of Summer Concerts

by The Cincinnati Team

Anderson Township Parks Concerts - Thursdays       

Once again the Parks are sponsoring weekly concerts at 7 pm in Beech Acres Amphitheater.  Be sure to bring your blankets and chairs to enjoy being surrounded by friends and neighbors.  Concessions will be available for purchase, or bring your own picnic basket. Children must be 16 or accompanied by an adult. Concerts are all free.  

  • June 13 - Hickory Robot - bluegrass band
  • June 20 - Stagger Lee Band - classic Rock and country music
  • June 27 - Robin Lacy and DeZydeco - New Orleans R & B, Creole Funk and Blues
  • July 11 - Shoot out the Lights - Rock / Americana
  • July 18 - Slim Tempo and the ChangeUps - Classic Rock

Lots of Summer Fun Coming Up

by The Cincinnati Team

Cincinnati Summer Festivals                                                 

Italianfest - June 13-16

​Held in Festival Park Newport along Riverboat Row, Italianfest brings authentic Italian food and live Italian music to the city.  Enjoy fireworks on opening night.  Activites will include cooking contests, games and rides for the kids.

Goettafest - June 14-16

MainStrasse Village in Covington again brings the German immigrants' favorite, Goetta, to pizza, chili, burgers, and more.  Everyone will enjoy the children's activities, arts and crafts, music and entertainment.

Paddlefest - June 20-22Paddlefest

As the paddling capital of the United States, the Ohio River Paddlefest is the largest canoe / kayak paddling event in the Midwest.  Coney Island is going to be abuzz with activity. The weekend begins on Thursday with the Kids Outdoor Expo.  They have set up four villages to expand kid's knowledge...Let's Explore, Let's Go Green, Let's Splash, and Let's Move.  Friday's activities feature the Ohio River Music and Outdoor Festival in the picnic grove. There will be music from 5 bands, cardboard boat races, a kayak fishing contest, Dragonfest and more.  Saturday is the big day for boaters; the 8.2 mile float trip, 11 mile canoe and kayak races and 5 mile SUP race all take place.  It all leads to the Gold Star Chili Finish Line Festival at Yeatman's Cove.

Pedalfest - June 22

Planned to coincide with Paddlefest, bike riders can choose two different opportunities.  One group will ride the Trail from Yeatman's Cove to Coney Island and paddle back to Yeatman's Cove.  Other riders will go from Yeatman's Cove to Lunken Airport Playfield and then on to Armleder Park and back in time for the Gold Star Chili finish line.  Everyone can look forward to hearing the Hickory Robot Bluegrass Band.

Panegyri Greek Festival - June 28-30

The Holy Trinity - St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church brings us the 39th annual festival.  Fill up on their incredible foods...saganaki, moussaka,, tiropites and baklava.  Immerse yourself in Greek culture, music and dance, shop for jewelry, leather goods, linens, art, and more.  There are also rides and games for the kids.  Free parking and shuttle from St. Xavier High School.

Cincinnati Playhouse Interns Perform

by The Cincinnati Team

Go, Dog. Go! Produced by Cincinnati Playhouse Interns          Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park - Off the Hill

The Cincinnati Playhouse's Off the Hill gang brings to life the classic children's book, Go, Dog. Go! by P.D. Eastman. The play will be at community centers and schools throughout the Cincinnati area, from West Chester to Columbia Tusculum. Performances go through May 19.

Eastsiders may want to visit the performances at Kilgour Elementary School, May 9th at 6:30 pm and Anderson Center at 11am or Carnegie Center in Columbia Tusculum at 5:30 pm, both on May 18th. Hope to see you there!

Candlelight Walk at California Woods

by The Cincinnati Team


California Woods Nature Preserve is located at 5400 Kellogg Avenue, 45228.  There are 113 acres of forest featuring 53 tree species and 200 species of herbacious plants.  Lick Run Creek flows through the middle of the preserve.  Kingfishers, snapping turtles, small fish, mallards, wood ducks and beavers have been spotted there.  No dogs are allowed.
Parking is limited so please carpool.  There is a $5 fee per person.  Reservations can be made through the Cincinnati Parks website.

Bring a Blanket and a Pillow to Watch Free Movies in Cincinnati

by The Cincinnati Team


Outdoor Movies                                              

All over town, you can go see movies in the parks.  Check out what will be showing at Fountain Square, Washington Park and Beech Acres Park.  Great way to get outdoors and watch a movie you have missed as well.

Sundays on Fountain Square

​Movie Night on the Square is one of the most popular events on the big screen.  Each week they present a different feature film.   The previews begin at 7 pm with the movie soon after.  Bring a blanket, chair and pillows to be comfortable.  You can purchase soft drinks and adult beverages. 

  • ​July 29 - Air Bud (you can bring your dog to this viewing)
  • Movies in the Park - Cincinnati​August 5 - Puss in Boots
  • ​August 12 - The Goonies
  • ​August 19 - Hugo
  • ​August 26 - The Smurfs

Date Night at Washington Park

​Sounds like the movie features here will be R-O-M-A-N-T-I-C!  Spend Saturday nights under the stars for one of your best dates ever.  Have a picnic dinner before the show starts at 9 pm. Bring a loaf of bread and some great cheeses from Findlay Market along with your own soft drinks.  Alcoholic beverages are available for purchase on site.

​Movies will continue through September 2.

  • July 28 - Best in Show

Beech Acres in Anderson Township

Join your friends and neighbors for fun movies and an activity.  Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

  • August 3 - Cars, plus the Cincinnati Circus Co. presenting a free Juggling Workshop

Mt. Adams Seasongood Pavilion

  • ​July 28 - Bullitt
  • ​August 17 - Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid


Balluminaria 2011 in Cincinnati

by The Cincinnati Team

Celebrate Halloween at Wags Park...Where's Your Doggy?

by The Cincinnati Team

Be prepared, goblins and ghoulies for a great day of Dog Tricks and Treats.  Wags Park in Newtown is the place to be on Saturday, October 29th from 2-6 pm.  They are sponsoring a Halloween Dog Costume Party!

Whether dressed as the Easter Bunny, a pirate, Santa Claus or a look-alike to his master your dog...and you...are in for a good time.  Prizes will be awarded for the funniest, scariest and best overall costumes.  All participants are asked to dress responsibly. No styroform will be permitted.

The event will cost $10 per person, with kids under 16 getting in free.  There is a cash bar for beer and wine. Pizza will be served by the slice.  The music is being provided by Perfect Sequel, an acoustic duo. 

The group is also sponsoring a silent auction that includes Cesar Millan tickets, when he comes to the Taft Theater.

Proceeds will benefit UCAN, the United Coalition for Animals, a low-cost, spay / neuter clinic in Cincinnati.  It is located in the downtown area.

Remember, Wags Park requires proof of Rabies, Bordetella and DHPP Vaccinations, so get proof from your veterinarian and bring it with you to the event.

Wags Park is located at 3810 Church Street, Newtown near Valley Street and the Horizon Church.

Anderson Township Hosts Trunk 'R Treat and Classic Car Show

by The Cincinnati Team

Trunk 'R Treat & Classic Car Show - October 15                         

This 3rd annual family event, sponsored by the Anderson Township Park District, will be held on October 15th from 2:30-6 pm.  It combines a classic car show, kids in costumes, candy, and music. Families and car enthusiasts stroll around the oval at Beech Acres Park while kids "trunk 'r treat" at each car.

Car owners have an opportunity to win various awards including Best of Show, Best of Show Runner-up, and Best Theme/Display. Entry fee for car owners is $15 per car.  Candy will be provided and all car entries receive one event T-shirt.

Trunk 'R Treating cost for ages 12 & under is $2 per child.  It runs from 4:30-6 pm. Beech Acres Park is located at 6910 Salem Road.

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