Things to Do in Cincinnati This Weekend, May 4-6

Who’s ready for a little weekend?! Here’s our list of things to do in Cincinnati for the weekend of May 4-6.

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Friday, May 4:

Essex Studios is hosting their Art Walk this weekend. Held several times throughout the year, you will have the opportunity to visit these artists’ studios, meet the artists, wander the halls and enjoy the work of both emerging and established artists who are invited to each event, all while enjoying food, drink, live entertainment and interactive art displays! 6-10pm on both Friday and Saturday this week.

Head to the Esquire Theatre for a Cult Classic Sci-fi Flick! Fridays at 10:00pm Sit back, blast off and watch the world be saved! Our series begins with the 1980 FLASH GORDON.

 

Saturday, May 5:

Civic Garden Center is hosting their annual Plant Sale.

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park will perform Rapunzel at the Blue Ash Rec Center as part of their Off the Hill Family Series. Free. 7-8pm (doors open at 6:30pm).

Kick off summer at Cinco de Nada on Saturday, May 5 from 3pm-1am.

Cincy-Cinco Latino Festival on Fountain Square features music, dance, food, and more. Saturday: noon – 11pm and Sunday 12-6pm

Join Granny’s Garden School on Saturday, May 5th from 7AM – 5PM and Sunday, May 6th from 9AM – 2PM for their 15th Annual Plant Sale at the Loveland Primary & Elementary Schools. Featuring a bountiful variety of Vegetables, Sweet & Hot Peppers, Hybrid & Heirloom Tomatoes, Herbs, and Annual & Perennial Flowers! (All priced the same as our growers charge locally with a portion of all proceeds going to the garden program.)

It’s Family Garden Weekend at Blooms and Berries Farm Market. Back by popular demand! Bring your family to our kid friendly garden center Sat 10-4 or Sun 11-4 for an extra special day of fun. Visit the baby chicks and ducklings, take pictures in the photo opt and get a free kids ice cream with any garden center purchase over $10.00.

Essex Studios is hosting their Art Walk this weekend. Held several times throughout the year, you will have the opportunity to visit these artists’ studios, meet the artists, wander the halls and enjoy the work of both emerging and established artists who are invited to each event, all while enjoying food, drink, live entertainment and interactive art displays! 6-10pm on both Friday and Saturday this week.

 

Sunday, May 6:

Join Duke Energy Children’s Museum for a celebration of 2018 as the Year of Engineering, because Building Big Ideas event is back! Indulge your child’s love of construction, the fascination of taking things apart, and their interest in super structures like bridges and skyscrapers during our day-long event on Sunday May 6, 2018. Kids can meet the Engineers who have made their hobbies a career!

Cincy-Cinco Latino Festival on Fountain Square features music, dance, food, and more. Saturday: noon – 11pm and Sunday 12-6pm

Join Granny’s Garden School on Saturday, May 5th from 7AM – 5PM and Sunday, May 6th from 9AM – 2PM for their 15th Annual Plant Sale at the Loveland Primary & Elementary Schools. Featuring a bountiful variety of Vegetables, Sweet & Hot Peppers, Hybrid & Heirloom Tomatoes, Herbs, and Annual & Perennial Flowers! (All priced the same as our growers charge locally with a portion of all proceeds going to the garden program.)

Head to the Cincinnati Nature Center for Heritage Walk: Architecture and Landscape Design of the Former Krippendorf and Groesbeck Estates. 2-4:30pm. Registration required.

It’s Family Garden Weekend at Blooms and Berries Farm Market. Back by popular demand! Bring your family to our kid friendly garden center Sat 10-4 or Sun 11-4 for an extra special day of fun. Visit the baby chicks and ducklings, take pictures in the photo opt and get a free kids ice cream with any garden center purchase over $10.00.

Queen City Concert Band presents “Queen City at the Movies” at Memorial Hall: This free performance will feature a number of notable scores from the Hollywood movie soundtrack, including John William’s otherworldly main title from “Star Wars,” Elmer Bernstein’s movie western masterpiece “The Magnificent Seven,” Nino Rota’s haunting and reflective Love Theme from “The Godfather,” Richard Strauss’s 2001 A Space Odyssey opener “Also Sprach Zarathustra,” Klaus Badelt’s powerful and dramatic “Pirates of the Caribbean,” Michael Giacchino’s self-assured and distinctive “The Incredibles,” and many others.  2pm – tickets required (free but reservations are a must).

 

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.

About Bridgett Raffenberg 820 Articles
Cincinnati lover, Mom, wife, travel enthusiast, Wordpress lover (not necessarily in that order). Founder of 365 Things to do in Cincinnati.

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