Things to Do in Cincinnati This Weekend {September 18-20}

For those of you looking for something to do in Cincinnati this weekend, we have your list! Don’t miss the opening weekend for lots of fall festivals, the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck, City Flea, and more fun events!

Fall on the Farm at Blooms and Berries Farm Market

Friday, September 18:

There’s a Free Friday Hike Series on Friday at California Woods Nature Preserve. Check out the creek, enjoy story walks and meet live animal friends. Walks are open to all ages (trails are not stroller friendly). Online registration is required for each hike in the series.  Registration required: https://explorenature.regfox.com/fridayhikeseries

Big Biergarten Experience is happening at Germania Society, 5-11pm. The event will be an expansion of the 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}

Head to The Green in Wyoming for a Pop-Up Dog Park. Fencing will go up on Friday (morning) and come down on Monday (morning). You and your pooch can enjoy the park all day, all weekend long! Please note, social distancing must be observed by all park patrons. {details}


Saturday, September 19:

Great Outdoor Weekend begins this weekend. This year, in light of COVID-19, they have expanded the event to 9 days and will be sharing a variety of activities that you can do on your own, in addition to a limited number of in-person masked and socially distanced events. {details}

Hello Kitty Cafe Truck will make a stop at Kenwood Towne Centre. Come say hello near The Cheesecake Factory between 10am-7pm and pick up some super cute treats & merch, while supplies last! They welcome all friends to wear masks and practice social distancing. NOTE: this event does say “subject to government travel restrictions” so be sure to double check before you leave the house. {details}

Fall on the Farm at Blooms and Berries Farm Market opens for their fall season on Sept. 19. Wander through their 5-acre corn maze (“Knights and Dragons and Pumpkin Pie” themed) and punch your score card at each station. Take a socially distanced hayride out to pick a pumpkin. Adults can enjoy a beer or glass of wine (and even watch the game) on the weekends at the new Beer Garden. Kids will love the GIANT pumpkin bounce pad. There’s more fun with farm animals, duck races, and much more. {details}

Don’t miss our list of all the local fall festivals happening all over the Cincinnati area.

Big Biergarten Experience is happening at Germania Society, 5-11pm. The event will be an expansion of the 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}

Head to The Green in Wyoming for a Pop-Up Dog Park. Fencing will go up on Friday (morning) and come down on Monday (morning). You and your pooch can enjoy the park all day, all weekend long! Please note, social distancing must be observed by all park patrons. {details}

The City Flea, a curated urban flea market, will blanket Washington Park with dozens of vendors, 10am-4pm. {details}


Sunday, September 20:

Don’t miss our list of all the local fall festivals happening all over the Cincinnati area.

Daisy Jane’s Flower Truck will be at Streetside Brewery, 1-4pm. {details}

Great Outdoor Weekend begins this weekend. This year, in light of COVID-19, they have expanded the event to 9 days and will be sharing a variety of activities that you can do on your own, in addition to a limited number of in-person masked and socially distanced events. {details}

Big Biergarten Experience is happening at Germania Society, 5-11pm. The event will be an expansion of the 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}

Head to The Green in Wyoming for a Pop-Up Dog Park. Fencing will go up on Friday (morning) and come down on Monday (morning). You and your pooch can enjoy the park all day, all weekend long! Please note, social distancing must be observed by all park patrons. {details}

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Ongoing Events:

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden will honor Hometown Heroes who protect our community by offering them free admission for the ENTIRE month of September (2020)!

Plum Gorgeous is the fall show at The Krohn Conservatory, Sept. 5 – Oct. 25 (closed on Mondays)


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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