Things to Do in Cincinnati This Weekend {September 11-13}

If you’re looking for something to do this weekend in Cincinnati, we’ve got you covered! This weekend has turned out to have a nice selection of events to choose from. Check out the list below and go have some fun this weekend!

Hamilton Flea
Hamilton Flea

Friday, September 11:

The Loveland Symmes Fire Department will host a Loveland 9-11 Memorial. The guest speaker is Ret. Lt Bruce Hoffbauer for this year’s 9-11 Tribute. Happening at the Loveland Symmes Fire Department, starting at 8pm. {details}

Big Biergarten Experience is happening at Germania Society, 5-11pm. The event will be an expansion of our current Biergarten, expanding to three days each weekend, instead of just Saturday. These weekends will offer expanded seating, merchandise, Maßkrugstemmen, mug slide, and more music! Admission to this event will be limited and guests must purchase pre-sale tickets IN ADVANCE. No admission will be granted to anyone at the gate without a pre-sale ticket. Credit card only event, no cash accepted. {details}

There’s Music on the Square happening at Fountain Square starting at 5pm. Enjoy performances and a drink from the socially distanced tables. Masks are required when moving about the space and visiting the bar, but may be removed when you are seated at your table. {details}

Head to Washington Park for OTR Performs: Shakespeare in the Park – A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 7-8:30pm. Bring lawn chairs and blankets to set up in socially distanced circles marked in the grass. Once all of the circles are taken, the event is at capacity. Please bring masks to wear when moving around the crowd. Concessions and restrooms will be available. {details}


Saturday, September 12:

Goat yoga is baaaack! Grab your tickets for Goat Yoga at The Summit Hotel. Stacey Walsh will lead (2) 45-minute classes in the Gallery beginning at 9 AM & 10 AM. Classes limited to 30 participants so be sure to grab your ticket. {details}

There’s a 2020 Fall Shred Event going on at local area Furniture Fair locations, 8am-1pm. Protect yourself from identity thieves and get rid of unwanted prescription drugs by taking part in WCPO 9 Shred Day benefitting Crime Stoppers.The event takes place on Sept. 12, 2020, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at five Furniture Fair locations. All donations go to Crime Stoppers to help solve crimes in our community. Participating locations include Fairfield, Cold Spring, Eastgate, Colerain, Fields Ertel. {details}

It’s the 2020 season finale for The Hamilton Flea, 10am-4pm at Marcum Park. Come and support local artisans, drink craft beer, eat from stellar food trucks, and enjoy FREE yoga on the lawn (from 9:00 AM- 10:00 AM). The events are free and open to the public. Please feel free to bring your dog along and check out the Hamilton Flea beer booth for a doggie water bowl. {details}

Big Biergarten Experience is happening at Germania Society, 5-11pm. The event will be an expansion of our current Biergarten, expanding to three days each weekend, instead of just Saturday. These weekends will offer expanded seating, merchandise, Maßkrugstemmen, mug slide, and more music! Admission to this event will be limited and guests must purchase pre-sale tickets IN ADVANCE. No admission will be granted to anyone at the gate without a pre-sale ticket. Credit card only event, no cash accepted. {details}

Westwood Second Saturdays is happening along the sidewalks of Westwood, 12-6pm. Enjoy art demonstrations, handmade goods from local makers, music, dancing, delicious food and beverages, and SO much more. {details}

It’s Apple Dumpling Weekend at Hidden Valley Orchards in Lebanon. Enjoy fresh apples, apple cider, apple cider slushies, apple fritter bread mix, and more! Happening Sept. 12 and 13, 12-5pm. {details}

Deerfield Township is shaking it up when it comes to Touch a Truck this year. The event has been renamed “Spy A Truck” and will be a drive thru experience for 2020. Load up the family and DRIVE-THRU our designated route on Saturday, September 12 from 10am-12pm. The first 500 cars will receive a FREE swag bag. This event is free, no registration is required. Please keep an eye out on our page for all the latest updates on this event. {details}


Sunday, September 13:

Big Biergarten Experience is happening at Germania Society, 5-11pm. The event will be an expansion of our current Biergarten, expanding to three days each weekend, instead of just Saturday. These weekends will offer expanded seating, merchandise, Maßkrugstemmen, mug slide, and more music! Admission to this event will be limited and guests must purchase pre-sale tickets IN ADVANCE. No admission will be granted to anyone at the gate without a pre-sale ticket. Credit card only event, no cash accepted. {details}

It’s time for Second Sunday in OTR, 12-5pm. This OTR-wide walkable market will feature your favorite brick and mortars, a diverse array of pop-up shops, and local musicians. Merchants and vendors will set-up on the sidewalk outside their storefronts to transform the whole neighborhood into a socially-distant sidewalk fair every second Sunday, August through October. Masks required to attend/participate as mandated by the State of Ohio. {details}

There’s a Fall Plant Swap going on in the Beer garden at Dead Low Brewing, 12-2pm. Bring your healthy cuttings, divides and plants in disposable containers labeled with as much info as possible (species, light needed, shade reco, water reco, mature size. etc). Tables will be set up in the outdoor beer garden between 12-2pm for swapping! Plan to stay for lunch – the kitchen and taproom open at noon with the The Wallens perform starting at 2pm. {details}

It’s Apple Dumpling Weekend at Hidden Valley Orchards in Lebanon. Enjoy fresh apples, apple cider, apple cider slushies, apple fritter bread mix, and more! Happening Sept. 12 and 13, 12-5pm. {details}


ONGOING:

Plum Gorgeous is the fall flower show at Krohn Conservatory, Sept. 5-Oct. 25 (closed Mondays); admission charged {details}

It’s Hometown Heroes MONTH at the Cincinnati Zoo. The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is honoring those who protect our community by offering free admission to all active fire and police personnel and front line healthcare workers during the month of September. {details}


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.

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