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Time to Register the Kids for Summer Camp - They're all Around Cincinnati

by The Cincinnati Team
Spring Break and Summer Day Camp deadlines are fast approaching! 
 
Do you love your dog?  Canine Camp will be perfect for you.  Camps will be held for four consecutive weeks, on Saturdays, in April at French Park and in August in Ault Park. You and your best friend will have guided hikes, with weekly giveaways, prizes and pet bonding activities.  Information will be given about the well-being of your dog, including doggy massage, dog safety, and training methods. An animal photographer will come to one class. $25 each session. Your Dog will thank you!
 
Examining Pompeii Spring Break Camp – March 26 – 30 Pompeii exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center
From the culture of Pompeii to the science behind volcanoes, the exciting Pompeii Exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center will be the cornerstone of this camp.  Children 7-12 years old will investigate the science and history that makes Pompeii so interesting. Camp takes place each day from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. with before and after care available. 
 
Speaking of 2012 Summer Day Camps - Time to Sign Up Now
 
Cincinnati Museum Center offers six weeks of themed camps that prevent summer brain drain for children ages 7 – 12 years old! Each week children will experience hands-on activities as they explore the museums and watch a film in the OMNIMAX® theater. Visit www.cincymuseum.org/programs/camps or call 513-287-7021 to sign up.  ($200 for Member child, $225 for non-Member child per week)
 
Cincinnati Parks have week long camp experiences around the city this summer as well. Camps are designed for ages 3-17, depending upon the park's location.  Campers will hike nature trails, explore creeks, make nature crafts, and play games.  These inexpensive camps fill up quickly, so make 
you reservation now at www.cincinnatiparks.com or call 513-321-6208, ext.11.
 
Cincinnati YMCA's all offer day camps, each "Y" setting up its own individual schedule.  You can go for one week or the whole summer. Each week has a different theme. Tuition is based upon whether you are a "Y" member or a community member. Registration starts March 10th.
 
Cincinnati Recreation Commission has programs for the entire summer at neighborhood recreation centers. Children ages 6-12 can find summer sunshine and smiles at a CRC summer day camp. Daily activities for campers include arts, athletics, swim lessons, field trips, outdoor time (weather permitting) and special events. Included is swim lessons and pool access daily. Registration forms are available here. http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/crc/downloads/crc_eps45048.pdf

 

Cincinnati's Lego Kidsfest to be Held March 23-25

by The Cincinnati Team
Lego Kidsfest - March 23-25                                   
 
This giant traveling expo is being held at Duke Energy Convention Center.  All Ages will enjoy this Lego extravaganza that features millions of Lego pieces and lots of construction zones.  Participants will build dozens of life-sized models and displays.  The entire Kidsfest is filled with interactive and educational activities that can be enjoyed by the whole family.
 
In the model Gallery, there will be 40 life-sized models made entirely from Lego bricks.  The master builders crew will demonstrate items that they get paid to play.  If you build your own custom car, there will be race ramps to compete with friends and family. Throughout the construction zones and game areas, the event offers educational fun for all ages.
 
Of course, there will be Lego merchandise to purchase on site.  For more information go to their site on line at www.LegoKidsFest.com.

Cincinnati's St. Patrick's Day Parade to be Held March 17th

by The Cincinnati Team
St. Patrick's Day Parade - March 17th                 

Celebrating its 46th year in Cincinnati, the Cincinnati St. Patrick's Day Parade will once again go through the downtown area.  Grand Marshall of this year's parade is 95-year old, Tom Griffin, a member of the 1942 Doolittle Raid on Japan. 

 
Starting at Noon on March 17th, the parade route begins on Second street, goes up Main Street and then down Fifth Street to Elm Street and then turns once again to go back to Second Street.  
 
The St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee is composed of residents of both Ohio and Northern Kentucky.  Major supporters include, Guinness, Warsteiner, CBTS, King Ludwig Weissbeer, Harp, and Smithwicks.

Cincinnati and Norwood names to 100 Best Communities for Young People

by The Cincinnati Team

 

100 Best Communities for Young People
For the second year, both Cincinnati and Norwood have been recognized as one of the 100 Best Communities for Young People.  This award is presented by America's Promise Alliance, a national partnership dedicated to youth and children.
 
Founded in 1997 with General Colin Powell as Chairman and chaired today by Alma Powell, America’s Promise Alliance is a cross-sector partnership of 400+ corporations, nonprofits, faith-based organizations and advocacy groups that are passionate about improving lives and changing outcomes for children. As a top priority, they ensure that all young people graduate from high school and are ready for college, work, and life. They raise awareness by encouraging action and engaging in advocacy to provide children with key supports. Americas' Promise Alliance believes all children are entitled to caring adults, Safe Places, A Healthy Start, An Effective Education and Opportunities to Help Others.
 
ING, the global financial services company runs the competition choosing the 100 Best Communities.  They look for communities who work to keep children in school and prepare them for careers and college.  300 communities applied to be evaluated.
 

Four Diamond Award for Cincinnati Restaurants and Hotels

by The Cincinnati Team

Cincinnati Restaurants and Hotels honored

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AAA travel guides have awarded 10 area restaurants and hotels their coveted Four Diamond Award for 2012.  It is the highest rating given by the guides.  AAA conducts physical, on-site evaluations of all the restaurants and properties that they rate.
 
Restaurants include Boca in Oakley (soon to move downtown), Daveeds at 934 in Mt. Adams, Celestial in Mt. Adams, Nicola's in Over the Rhine, Orchids at the Palm Court and the Palace Restaurant in the Cincinnatian Hotel, both in downtown. The Palace has received the honor for 24 consecutive years. 
 
Hotels awarded the honor are the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza, The Cincinnatian Hotel, and The Westin, all of which are downtown, plus the Marriott River Center in Covington.

Cincinnati's Homearama 2012 Scheduled

by The Cincinnati Team

 

HOMEARAMA 2012 SCHEDULE

​Mark your calendars now for Homearama 2012.  It will be held from June 9-24 on a beautiful site just one minute off the Wards Corner exit on I-275.  Willows Bend is in Miami Township off Loveland-Miamiville Road.  There are six builders under construction at this time.  They include Artisan Estate Homes, Grand Estates by Fischer Homes, Hal Homes, Justin Doyle Homes, Potterhill Homes and Walker Homes.  Three of them are already sold.  If you want to take a look at plans for the others, just give us a call.

 

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