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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.

Duke Energy Convention Center Location for Books By the Banks

by The Cincinnati Team

5th Books by the Banks Festival -   October 22                                                                    

With nearly 100 authBooks by the Banksors participating in the 5th annual Books by the Banks book festival on Saturday, October 22nd, it may be difficult to pick a favorite but here are some you won't want to miss. They include Dennis Lehane, Judy Collins, Chris Bohjalian, Paula McLain, Matthew Reinhart, and Alyssa Satin Capucilli.

There's something for all ages. Meet authors of fiction, history, sports, travel, cookbooks, children's and teen literature, plus more. Costumed storybook characters, crafts, and other family activities will be ongoing in the K12 Kids' Corner. For a complete schedule of panel discussions and list of the authors and illustrators who will be on hand during this FREE event at the Duke Energy Convention Center, downtown from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., visit the Books by the Banks website.

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.

Sharonville Wine, Beer and Cigar Festival has it all!

by The Cincinnati Team

Wine, Art, Beer and Cigar Festival - Saturday, October 15                     

Spend Saturday evening, October 15, 7:00-10:30 pm, at the Wine, Art, Beer, and Cigar Festival sponsored by the Sharonville Chamber of Commerce in the Holiday Inn, I-275, on Hauck Rd.  You'll be enjoying a fun and unique evening featuring 27 wines, 47 beers, and a variety of art. Cigars will be available for purchase with smoking outside under a tent.

Consider reseSharonville Beer, Art, Wine and Cigar Festivalrving a spot for the VIP Hour from 6-7 pm featuring Burnet Ridge’s Purple Trillium and their representative Chip Emmerich.  Additionally, the brewmaster from Christian Moerlein will be available to discuss beer with guests. A tapas style buffet will be served.  Allen Mobley of Kentucky Gentlemen Cigar, will demonstrate rolling custom cigars.

Allow plenty of time to stroll around the various artist booths featuring one of a kind pottery, wood burnings, photography, silver jewelry, custom pen and ink drawings, and more.

Special discounted packages are available to spend the night at the Holiday Inn which includes a free breakfast in the morning. Admission: 7 to 10:30 pm - $25 per person includes 10 tickets (Each ticket allows single servings of either 2 oz. of wine or 4 oz. of beer). On top of that, the VIP Hour Admission: 6 to 7 pm - $50 per person which includes enhanced beer & wine selection, unlimited tasting, and full appetizer selection.  Designated Driver or non-drinker admission: $10 admission fee for access to everything throughout the evening.

A portion of the proceeds to benefit the Playhouse in the Park and Sharonville Fine Arts Center. Mark your calendar for the Playhouse's Off the Hill performances at this location.  They include What's Buggin' Greg on October 29, 3pm; War on January 27, 7pm; and River Rat and Cat on April 28, 2pm.  All shows will be at the Fine Arts Center.

You can register by going to

What's Buggin' Greg? World Premiere Play by Playhouse's Off the Hill

by The Cincinnati Team

Playhouse's Off the Hill Coming to a Community Arts Center near You!                         

The Playhouse's Off the Hill series launches this fall with Darrah Cloud's What's Buggin' Greg, winner of this year's Macy's New Play Prize for Young Audiences.  Fifth-grader Greg wakes one morning to discover he's turned into a giant cockroach. Will it exterminate his friendships? Squash his role in the  school play? The growing pains are far from typical in this hilarious, world premiere comedy. Recommended for ages 7 and up.

Performances are scheduled during October at community centers throughout the region. Ticket information varies by location. For more details and a complete schedule, visit the Playhouse website. What's Buggin' Greg? Playhouse in the Park's Off the Hill

Friday, October 7, 7:00 p.m., Oxford Community Arts Center
Saturday, October 8, 7:30 p.m., Evendale Cultural Arts Center
Sunday, October 9, 7:30 p.m., Woman’s Art Club
Friday, October 14, 7:00 p.m., Wyoming Fine Arts Center
Saturday, October 15, 3:00 p.m., Silverton Paideia
Sunday, October 16, 3:00 p.m., Miami VOA
Friday, October 21, 7:00 p.m., Springfield Township
Saturday, October 22, 7:00 p.m., Baker Hunt Art and Culture Center
Sunday, October 23, 1:00 p.m., Mayerson JCC
Friday, October 28, 7:30 p.m., Fitton Center for Creative Arts
Saturday, October 29, 3:00 p.m., Sharonville Fine Arts Council
Saturday, October 29, 7:00 p.m., District A/Kennedy Heights Presbyterian

TODAY is the Day to READ!

by The Cincinnati Team

See and read to your child Llama Llama Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney.  Jumpstart is a national early education program encouraging young readers. Today they attempt to beat the world record for the number of people to read the book mentioned above.  You can do it on their site, if you don't have the book at home.  Go for it and add to the record!  Thanks for taking a moment to read to a child today!

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