If you’re looking for some February fun in Cincinnati, we’ve got you covered! Enjoy this month-long list of things to do.
February 1-2 Cincy Winter Beerfest The 12th Annual Cincy Winter Beerfest is back again! They are bringing back the Saturday Afternoon Session that was well liked by those that attended looking for a slower festival pace than the 2 nightly sessions. Local Food Trucks & Restaurants. All proceeds will benefit the Big Joe Duskin Music Education Foundation.
February 2 New Docent Open House and Training. Are you a modern day abolitionist? Do you love telling stories about freedom and agency? Ever thought about being a docent at a historic site? The Harriet Beecher Stowe House is looking for volunteer docents for the 2019 season. Attend the open house and initial training session.
February 2-16 Adventure Hike Series from Great Parks of Hamilton County. Don’t let winter keep you cooped up: Join knowledgeable instructors for a series of hikes that will teach you the essentials before your next outdoor adventure. Each hike is located in a different park, so read the descriptions carefully! Look for the “Adventure Programs” dropdown for all the hikes.
February 2-3 Puppets KapOw! A fast-paced and fun-filled show featuring fabulous puppets performing fantastic feats! It’s a puppet explosion of Marionettes! Hand puppets! Shadow puppets! Blacklight puppets! Rod puppets! Puppets singing, dancing, and performing tricks that will have you laughing and shouting for more!
February 3-24 Yoga at 50 West A weekly donation based beginners class at the 50 West Brewery Production Works facility. Come for a healthy stretch and community=Zen. Bar opens after class. Classes free to all veterans. Kid friendly!
February 6-10 2019 Cincinnati Auto Expo With over 400 new cars, special exhibits including the Custom Corner, Ride & Drive Center, Dream Machine Blvd. presented by General Electric Credit Union, and American Muscle Showcase, there’s something for everyone at this year’s show, so bring the whole family!
February 8 Love in Your Backyard , a Valentine’s Night event at the Krohn Conservatory. The plants you encounter in the backyard, from trees to weeds engage in a passionate pastime of “love”. Some have promiscuous means to tantalize bees and other pollinators, often with the promise of a reward. Join other adults for an entertaining evening with an educational presentation by Park staff focused on our backyard flora and fauna and their unusual ways of reproduction.
February 9-10 My Furry Valentine Mega Adoption Event Come out and meet adoptable dogs, cats and kittens at this mega adoption event.
February 16 Sweater Chop Shop FREE – but space is limited, so please reserve your spot by clicking the “get tickets” button. This is a fun gathering that gives new life to old sweaters. Cut up old sweaters and piece them back together again into one-of-a-kind fashions.
February 15-16 Randy Brecker with the Phil DeGreg Trio Jazz trumpeter and composer Randy Brecker has helped shape the sound of jazz, R&B and rock for more than four decades. His trumpet and flugelhorn performances have graced hundreds of albums by a wide range of artists. Joining Randy on this evening will be Phil DeDreg on piano, Aaron Jacobs on bass, and John Taylor on drums.
February 16 Fermentation 101: A Live Culture in the Jungle Fermented foods have gained stardom in recent years. Many people like to tout the benefits of these foods and the internet has become flooded with articles listing the top ten fermented foods or the top five benefits of eating these superfoods. But, what exactly counts as a fermented food? And what’s so great about old vegetables?
February 17 Disney’s Jungle Book Kids from the Children’s Theatre. The jungle is jumpin with a jazzy beat in Disney’s The Jungle Book KIDS. Specially adapted from the classic Disney animated film, this musical features a host of colorful characters and your favorite songs from the animated movie. Based on the works of Rudyard Kipling, the Man-Cub Mowgli, bounds through the jungle and learns what it means to be human.
February 19-28 Hamilton Cincinnati! HAMILTON, the story of America’s Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, will be at the Aronoff Center. The show is currently sold out but lottery tickets may be available. See details on the lottery here (Cincinnati will be added as the show dates are close).
February 23 Kid’s Cooking Class: Meatballs & Brownies Let the fun begin! Attend a Kid’s &(and parents!) will work with our chef to create their very own delicious Meatballs & Brownies!
February 23-March 3 Cincinnati Home & Garden Show You’re invited to celebrate 50 years of the Cincinnati Home & Garden Show! Cincy’s favorite home and garden event returns to the Duke Energy Convention Center. Get ready for stunning garden displays, helpful home improvement experts, tons of inspiration and ideas as they look back at five decades of the show.
February 24 Fib Farm Workshop-Elderberries and DIY Syrup at Fibonacci Brewing. I this informative workshop, Ashley Holley will teach you all about elderberries, the many health benefits, and how to make elderberry syrup at home! You will take home your own 12 ounce jar, instructions, and the confidence to make your own syrup.
February 24 Game of Thrones Trivia at Streetside Brewery Winter is coming and its bringing Trivia with a Twist with it! Make plans to bring your house to Streetside Brewery battlefield for another epic Trivia encounter! Its always free to play, Prizes awarded to the top performing teams!
February 24 One Hit Wonders Show with School of Rock Cincinnati This will be the Adult Program’s first show! Come check it out and hear songs from all your favorite one hit wonders!
February 1-28 Fabulous Foliage at Krohn Conservatory This spring at Krohn Conservatory, come see all the colors and textures that our Fabulous Foliage show has to offer! Mixed with the traditional blooming bulbs of tulips, hyacinths, and daffodils, the 2019 Spring Show will display thousands of brightly colored foliage plants!
All events were accurate at the time of this posting but things do happen and events do occasionally get canceled or postponed. You should always double check with the event source before you head out the door. Links for each event are provided so that you can be sure the date is still accurate before you head out.