March guide to Family-Friendly Events in Cincinnati & NKY {2021}


march 2021Lion or lamb? Only time will tell, but no matter what the weather does in March, don’t let it stop you from having fun as a family!

The Kaplan New Works Series By The Cincinnati Ballet

March 5-7th

Experience ‘CB at Home’ with The Kaplan New Works Series, an ambitious collection of world premieres. Look forward to thought-provoking new works that reflect this unprecedented moment in time. New Works will be recorded at the Aronoff Center’s Jarson-Kaplan Theater with multiple cameras for an immersive, intimate production you’ll enjoy from the comfort of your own home. New Works will stream free at

Cincinnati POPS – Alpha and Omega

Sat Mar 13, 2:00 pm

Sun Mar 14, 7:30 pm

Fri Mar 12,  7:30 pm

Music Hall

Tickets starting at $14

Celebrate all things Mozart with this in-person concert! All concerts will be socially distanced and adhere to safety protocols. You can read more on the website. Create your own Mini Mozart Festival with these additional all-Mozart programs: Traveling with MozartNew Crowned Hope and Portal to Romanticism.

Art Play Hike: French Park

Thursday, March 11th, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM

3012 Section Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45237

Come explore French Park, take part in hands-on art making and try out some kid-friendly yoga poses.

Bundle up! These monthly hikes will take place rain or shine. Come explore the great outdoors with your little one, warm up with some coffee or hot cocoa and take home an art activity bag. Each family will receive an interactive park print designed by a local artist.

During the program masks are recommended for participants 4 and up. Art Play Hike is free however, registration is required in order to limit visitor capacity. This program is designed for children ages 2-7 and their parent or caregiver.

Rapunzel’s Hairy Fairy Tale 

Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati

4015 Red Bank Road, Cincinnati, OH 45227 

Showing thru March 21st

The classic fairy tale of “Rapunzel” comes to life in an exciting world-premiere musical adaptation adventure featuring everyone’s favorite long-locked lady in a tower. But don’t forget the array of other characters braided in this hairy fairy tale, comically played by only two actors! Yes, your read that correctly. ONLY TWO ACTORS! This fresh new adaptation will make your audiences throw their heads of hair back in laughter and delight as two incredibly talented and versatile actors untangle this hairy fairy tale like you’ve never seen it before! Tickets are required with a limited number available for each show. Digital options also available. Check their website for showtimes and to purchase tickets.

Cincinnati Nature Center

Check out the amazing programs available at the Cincinnati Nature Center this month! 

Full Moon Walks

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I am a wife and mommy to two sweet girls ages 4 and 10 months. I work from home part-time as an art teacher for a local online school. As a Cincinnati native I love this city and am so thankful to be raising my family here. I love getting creative with my four year old and letting her run wild with paint and lots of other art supplies. I am passionate about encouraging creativity and art making at any age. When I am not crafting or having adventures with my little girls, I love organizing, decorating, shopping for a bargain, exploring new places for family fun around the city, cooking, and searching for local restaurants with great food. I also run an Etsy shop, be tees. by AJB (, with my sister selling screen printed baby and toddler apparel.


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