This week includes a fun event to celebrate Pi Day, loads of trivia, the CurioCity: Sports Fever event, and so much more! Here’s your list of things to do today in Cincinnati.
Monday, March 12:
Trivia at Little Miami Brewing Company (Milford), 7pm.
Trivia at The High Mark, 7:30-9:30pm.
Trivia at Taft’s Ale House (Race Rd. location, at Nellie’s), 8-10pm
Pet Photos with the Easter Bunny: Four-legged family members want to see the Easter Bunny too! Pet photos with the Easter Bunny will be taken at Eastgate Mall (in Center Court) during scheduled Pet Nights from 6pm to 9pm on Mondays, March 12, 19, and 26. Families with pets will take priority on Pet Night with the Easter Bunny.
Tuesday, March 13:
Yoga After Work – in the Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve/Ellenwood Nature Barn* ($10/person, payable at the door), 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Public Tour: The Story of Art in Cincinnati at the Cincinnati Art Museum. Take a tour of the Art Museum’s magnificent Cincinnati Wing, and see the Queen City’s story unfold in its artwork, such as Rookwood pottery, art-carved furniture, and paintings by Frank Duveneck, Robert S. Duncanson, Joseph Henry Sharp, and many more. Starts at 1pm.
March Madness Themed Trivia at Queen City Exchange, 8-10pm.
Tuesday Night Game Night at Muse Cafe
Tuesday Night Trivia at Higher Gravity, 7-9pm
Trivia at Fretboard Brewing, 6-8pm
Disney Movie Trivia at Horse and Barrel, 8:30-10pm.
Tuesday Night Ride starting at 50 West Cycling Shop, 6pm
Tour of the Universe at Cincinnati Observatory. Explore space from the Earth and beyond! Fly past the moon, the planets, the stars, and galaxies to the edge of what is known. Bring your questions about the Cosmos, and our Observatory Scientist will answer as many as he can. View through the oldest operational telescope in the country, weather permitting. Ad Astra! 7-9pm. $35.
Getting Started with Mason Bees at Cincinnati Nature Center, 6-7:30pm. Pre-registration required. They’ll cover best practices for attracting and raising mason bees including nest placement, seasonal care needs, natural history, keeping your mason bees healthy, fall cocoon harvest and bee-friendly landscaping practices.
Red Bike Board Game Night at The Littlefield. Join the Red Bike team for a night of (bike-themed) board games. 6-8pm.
Wednesday, March 14:
Pi Day Cherry Pie Eating Contest at Fibonacci Brewing, 7:00pm. You will have the opportunity to see Urban Artifact, Brink Brewing Co, Lucky Turtle, and Marty’s Hops & Vines compete against Finonacci Brewing to see who will be the winner! The Gnarly Gnome will emcee this event. Krimmer’s Italianette Food Truck will be onsite with “pizza pie”.
Spirit Squad: The World of Whiskey from Tablespoon Cooking Co. In this series of classes, they’re joined by cocktail expert, Catherine Manabat, who will help you get into the spirit and learn how easy it is to create cocktails at home.
Get ready for gardening season – Learn all about Soil Health in this Civic Garden Center class, 6-8pm.
REC Reads at the Cincinnati Art Museum, 11:30am – noon. Bring your toddler or preschooler to the Rosenthal Education Center for a morning of art-themed story books, songs, and sensory activities.
Wednesday Docent Tours at 21C Museum Hotel, 5pm. Explore the first multi-venue museum dedicated to the art of the 21st century in the nation. Grab a drink from Metropole and allow the experts to illuminate the secrets behind the works. Docent tours are available every Wednesday and Friday at 5pm. Free and open to the public. Meet us in the lobby!
Learn a Game Night at Rook OTR. 7-10pm. Learn-A-Game Night is a beginners-friendly event that focuses on learning games in a fun, supportive environment. During Learn-A-Game Night they introduce everyone to new games and give experts the opportunity to revisit the games they already love.
Thursday, March 15:
CurioCity Series: Sports Fever, a Cincinnati Museum Center event held at West Side Brewing. Opening day is right around the corner, March Madness is just tipping off, and we’re catching Sports Fever! Come with brackets in hand and sporting your best handlebar mustache as we explore the science of sports and its history in Cincinnati. Don’t forget to polish up on your trash talk! This event is FREE and open to the 21+ public!
Enjoy Craft Night at the Cincinnati Zoo (with instruction from Art on Fire). Pick the piece you would like to create and join in for some fun. A visit from a few Ambassador Animals will start the evening, then it’s time to craft! Heavy appetizers are included and a cash bar is available. Parking and Admission are included as well. Age 12+ recommended
What’s In Your Stacks? A Brief Overview of Audio-Visual Identification, a presentation at the main branch of the Cincinnati and Hamilton County Public Library. 1-3pm.
Young Adult Lab: Selfie Portraits – at the Contemporary Arts Center. Stop by the UnMuseum for a free drop-in art making program for young adults. Join us as we create selfie sculptures using styrofoam head models. We’ll also experiment with mirrors and transparent paper to create unique self portraits. All art supplies will be provided by the CAC. 4-6pm.
Astronomy Thursday at Cincinnati Observatory. Includes short presentations on a wide variety of topics and tour of the Cincinnati Observatory. Once dark, you will view the Moon, planets and deep space treasures through the historic 1845 telescope. (The program is held rain or shine; telescope viewing if clear skies). The topics and the night sky change week-to-week/mo
Brew and View: The Princess Bride at The Video Archive, 8-11pm. The movie screening will begin at 8:00 pm. Space is limited, so please come early. Want to cosplay? As you wish. Rodents of Unusual Sizes, weapons, and Iocane poison are not permitted. Have fun storming the castle!
Taste of Curling provides a sampling in the education and on-ice experience of curling. Each time slot is 30 minutes. Each participant will travel to different CURLING STATIONS to learn a different aspect and skill of the game. This includes on-ice participation and drills. at Sports Plus, 8-10pm.
Our Foremothers at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. In honor of Jackie Wallace, this “History Show” illuminates lesser known trailblazing women in various significant roles in history. Women have always contributed to our society in impactful ways, but often their efforts are undervalued and unrevealed. 6pm. RSVP’s requested but this is a free event.
*Great Parks for Hamilton County requires a Motor Vehicle Permit for entrance to the parks.
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.