November events for the family in and around Cincinnati have arrived. This year, COVID has caused us to pivot and change our perspective on how events look. Many events are lower crowds and offering more ways to engage, including virtual options!
Cincinnati locations will be offering a complimentary class for non-members on Daylight Savings, Sunday, November 1 at the following locations and times:
- Rookwood 1 p.m.
- Kenwood 2 p.m.
- West Chester 1:15 p.m.
- Fairfield 12 p.m.
- Oakley 2 p.m.
- Miamisburg 2 p.m.
- Beavercreek 2 p.m.
Music Hall Ballroom
November 5-8, 2020
Experience the ballet like never before, at a table for four in the Music Hall Ballroom. In this intimate setting, you’ll be closer than ever to the dancers. Each table is $200. Make it a family event or a double date night!
The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati
November 12- December 13, 2020
Cincinnati’s Children Theatre is putting on their rendition of Marjorie Williams Bianco’s classic children’s story. There are limited seating performances at the Taft Theater OR enjoy virtually from the comfort of your own home, perfect for those with restless littles (or those who won’t wear masks!)
*CMC Mom Pro Tip: Check out our Review on the Blog coming soon!
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO)
Watch party at fountain square November 21, 2020
Experience the Live from Music Hall simulcast on the big screen at Fountain Square for a free watch party with social distancing.
Starts November 14
See Christmas magic at the world’s largest indoor train display. Walk through a winter wonderland of dazzling Christmas trees and take a journey to the North Pole to visit Mrs. Claus and Santa!
Starts November 21, 2020
A favorite Cincinnati tradition! Come experience the wonder of the zoo decorated with millions of lights, animal lanterns, train rides, Santa visits and more!
Cincinnati Art Museum
Through November 8, 2020
Thomas’s bold, thoughtful, and deeply moving artwork asks us to see and challenge systems of inequality that are woven into the fabric of contemporary life, leaving no doubt that art is an essential tool in ongoing struggle for social justice.