October Family Fun in Cincinnati & NKY {2019}


If you are looking for some classic Fall Fun in October – the following guides may be for you!

Pumpkin Patches

U-Pick Apples

However, if you are looking to shake it up a bit, we would love to suggest the following local events!


Mark Your Calendars for our Pick of the Month! 

Vintage Market Days

Get ready for Vintage Market Days Dayton-Cincinnati coming to Greene County Fairgrounds!

November 1-3
Green County Fairgrounds Greene

Early Buying Event: Three Day Pass 10am-4pm (all three days) | $10/ticket
General Admission: Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm | $5/ticket

Enjoy this indoor vintage market full of vintage, vintage-inspired art, handmade treasures, furniture, home décor, boutique clothing, and jewelry! Be sure to check out this great Guide to Vintage Market Days Dayton-Cincinnati for some tips to prepare for this fun experience!

Mom Tip – Buy early and save! All tickets will be mailed to your home, but tickets will be available at the gate. Plus, be on the lookout for ticket deals, including BOGO 1/2 price three-day pass for $15.


Neltner’s Farm Fall Festival

Daily September 28th – October 27th
6922 4 Mile Road, Melbourne, KY 41059

Neltner’s Farm Fall Fest is back again! This family run farm offers a whole day of fall fun including horse-drawn wagon rides, pick your own pumpkin, a barrel train, model train display, a petting zoo, and pony rides. This year in addition to their 3 acre corn maze, Neltner’s will also offer a smaller Toddler Corn Maze! After exploring the farm make sure to stay for the live music, homemade food and sweets, the farm shop, and local crafters. Admission is $5 ages 3 and older (weekdays admission is free!), pony rides and Barrel train rides are $3 each. 

Be sure to check out our blog The Mom’s Guide to Neltner’s Farm Fall Festival before you go!

Mermaids & Pirates

September 28 – October 14
Newport Aquarium
1 Aquarium Way, Newport, KY 41071
Included with Aquarium Admission

Be mesmerized as you see Mermaids swim underwater in the Coral Reef Tunnel among tropical fish. And now, for the first time ever, mermaids and stingrays can swim right up and meet you in the all new Mermaid Cove! Make friends with Mermaids and Pirates and hear all about their adventures across the world’s seas.

Music and Movement 

October 2
Blue Manatee Literacy Project Bookstore
3094 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH 45209
$2 suggested donation

Our ManaTeam picks a story each week that includes movement and song! Children get to participate in an interactive storytime that develops a love of books and reading. It also assists in learning and retaining new words.

Taft Jr.: Spooky Art 

October 3
Taft Museum of Art
316 Pike Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
FREE for Taft members and children; Regular admission pricing for non-members; Information & registration: [email protected] or (513)684-4517.

Get in the Halloween spirit with a story about a bat who loves color, create your own monster using your hands, and learn about the Taft’s very own trickster (but not scary!) ghost.
Taft Jr. welcomes visitors 3 to 5 years old, along with their caregivers, on the first Thursday of each month from September through May. Pre-schoolers have fun with their favorite adults during this interactive experience. Each program features a story time, a close-up with a work of art, and art-making.

Fright Night Weekend  

October 3-5
Washington Park
1230 Elm Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202

Join for a spooktacular Fright Night Weekend! Fright Night features a free Halloween movie screening in the Park starting at 8p, but come down early to grab a spot and a drink from the Porch.

Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and a picnic basket for fun, enchanted evenings on Thursday, Friday and Sunday.

Full schedule of movies below:
Thursday, October 3: Hocus Pocus
Friday, October 4: Halloweentown
Sunday, October 6: Beetlejuice

Park After Dark    

October 3-5
Miami Whitewater Forest
9001 Mount Hope Road, Crosby Township, OH 45030

When the sun goes down, the park gates normally go up. For three nights, experience the park after dark. See the animals that go bump in the night, explore the forest on a nature hike and enjoy fun games and crafts. Some activities may cost a small fee.

Cincinnati Pops Orchestra Presents American’s Wonders in 3D  

October 4-6
Music Hall
1241 Elm Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Friday & Saturday: 8pm & Sunday: 2pm
Kids’ tickets $15

Marvel at the music in this 3D journey of America’s wonders. We marvel at the sweeping Grand Canyon Suite and our hearts beat to familiar tunes such as New York, New York and I Left My Heart in San Francisco. Settle back as the Pops maps these great works and take a 3D journey like you’ve never seen before—on the big screen above the stage. From Times Square to the Golden Gate Bridge and redwood forests to the Grand Canyon, this is your ticket for an awe-inspiring experience.

Kentucky Wool Festival   

October 4-6
Falmouth Festival Grounds
KY 159 & Caddo Road, Falmouth, KY 41040
Friday & Saturday: 10am-10pm & Sunday 10am-6pm
$12 3-day pass; $5, FREE ages 5 and under

More than 30 food vendors, petting zoo, pony rides, goat milking, working herd dogs, country, gospel and bluegrass music, clogging and square dancing. Demonstrations include sheep shearing; weaving and spinning; knitting; blacksmithing; leather works; corn grinding; sorghum, candle, broom, pottery and jewelry making; homemade apple butter, stone carving, quilting and more.

Donauschwaben Oktoberfest

October 4-6
Donauschwaben Park
4290 Dry Ridge Road, Cincinnati, OH 45252
Friday: 6pm-12:30am, Saturday: 1pm-12:30am, Sunday: 12-8pm
$3 admission;

Features continuous live German music and dance performers, wide selection of food and drink including over 25 German and domestic beers, pit-roasted Bavarian pig and chicken and sausage. Convenient shuttle parking.

Got Milk Day   

October 5
Country Pumpkins
1835 Sherman Mount Zion Road, Dry Ridge, KY 41035

Country Pumpkins is located on a working dairy farm in Dry Ridge, KY. On this special day we will be giving away chocolate milk to our first 100 guests. One of our farmers will be doing cow milking demonstrations and letting guests bottle feed calves from 11am – 2pm. Our fall festival is also open on this day until 7pm for hayrides, u-pick pumpkins, barrel train rides, 4 acre corn maze, farm animals, hay pyramid, turbo slide, and more!

Family First Saturday: Archaeology Fair 

October 5
Cincinnati Art Museum
953 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45202

Dig into the past at this special archaeology-themed Family First Saturday. Families can unearth a world of fun with hands-on activities and real ancient artifacts! This program is in collaboration with the Cincinnati Society of the Archaeological Institute of America. Enjoy special preschool activities from 11am-1pm.


October 5
Clifton Gaslight District
Ludlow, Clifton, OH 45220

CliftonFest is an arts and music festival featuring live art drawings on the sidewalks, two stages of music and many local artisan vendors. There is also a Pet Parade, Kid Zone, and 5k race.

Oxford Apple Butter Festival 

October 5 & 6
Hueston Woods State Park – Pioneer Farm
6924 Brown Road, Oxford, OH 45056
$4, FREE children under 12

The Hueston Woods Apple Butter Festival provides a vignette of 19th century farm life and features continual creation of apple butter in the pioneer fashion throughout the event. A great family activity conveniently located for Butler & Preble County residents. In addition to apple butter sales, a wide variety of apples, cider, pumpkins and gourds can be purchased on the grounds. Tours are conducted through the Doty homestead and the barn, both of mid 1980’s vintage and exhibiting a broad display of museum artifacts. Each year demonstrations of pioneer crafts are featured along with a theme program.  
Proceeds are directed to the historic preservation goals of the Association.

Linton PB&J Concert: Brasstacular!

October 5
Mount Washington Presbyterian Church
6474 Beechmont Avenue, Mason, OH 45230
10-10:45am & 11:30am-12:15pm
$6 for an individual ticket (child or adult); $20 for a Flexible Ticket Book (4 tickets)

October 10
John P. Parker Elementary School in Madisonville
5051 Anderson Place, Cincinnati, OH 45227

October 12
Westwood First Presbyterian Church
3331 Koenig Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45221
10-10:45am & 11:30am-12:15pm
$6 for an individual ticket (child or adult); $20 for a Flexible Ticket Book (4 tickets)

October 19
Union Presbyterian Church
10259 Old, US 42, Union, KY 41091
10-10:45am & 11:30am-12:15pm
$6 for an individual ticket (child or adult); $20 for a Flexible Ticket Book (4 tickets)

October 26
Heritage Presbyterian Church
6546 S. Mason-Montgomery Road, Mason, OH 45040
10-10:45am & 11:30am-12:15pm
$6 for an individual ticket (child or adult); $20 for a Flexible Ticket Book (4 tickets)

Join us in our salute to the members of the brass family! You’ll want to join the parade and toot your own horn after hearing the bold, brazen, and brassy sounds of these instruments.

Sunflower Festival 

October 5 & 6
Gorman Heritage Farm
10052 Reading Road, Evendale, OH 45241
$8, $5 kids 3-17, FREE for kids under 3

So much fun for everyone! Hayrides, sunflower maze, corn maze, live music, food trucks, vendor booths, pumpkins, and of course, SUNFLOWERS! Cut your own sunflowers $1 per stem or 12 for $10. Event is held rain or shine.


October 10-13
Downtown Cincinnati, Over-the-Rhine & Covington

BLINK® | Illuminated by ArtsWave is a four-day light and art event that premiered in 2017 and returns October 10-13, 2019. BLINK® will span from Findlay Market in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood through downtown Cincinnati and into Covington, Kentucky – bridging two states, and spanning 30 city blocks and the Ohio River. The only U.S. event of its kind, BLINK® will feature large-scale projection mapping, murals by international artists, interactive light sculptures and diverse entertainment. BLINK parade participants and light-based installation artists. 

BLINK® 2019 will feature 39 projection mappings created by 36 organizations or artist groups and curated by BLINK® partner, Brave Berlin of Cincinnati. The artists come to BLINK® from six countries and seven U.S. cities, including 21 from Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Sixteen new murals will be created for BLINK® in 2019, curated by BLINK® partner, The AGAR, of Cincinnati. The muralists represent eight countries and six U.S. cities, including Xylene of Cincinnati. 

The BLINK® Future City Spectacular Parade, presented by Skyline Chili and curated by ArtWorks, will kick-off the BLINK art, light and culture event, Thursday, October 10 at 7:30 p.m. The parade will move south on Vine Street in Downtown Cincinnati from Eighth Street to Rosa Parks Street and West Freedom Way at The Banks. 

Architects of Air

October 10-13
Washington Park
1230 Elm Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
$10, $5 under 10 years of age

Enter a world of wonder and explore a dazzling maze of winding paths and soaring domes where natural forms, Islamic architecture, Archimedean solids and Gothic cathedrals meld into an inspiring mix of design and engineering. Washington Park hosts this luminarium daily during BLINK.

Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati Presents Casper the Friendly Musical 

October 12 & 13 & 16-18
Taft Theatre
317 E. Fifth Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Various evening and matinee performances

TCT takes Casper center stage in this world-premiere musical adaptation for young audiences! Everyone’s favorite friendly ghost and his three uncles live a rather uneventful existence in the family mansion. Fifty years after their lives were cut short in a lightning storm, Magdalena, their former maid, re-enters their (after)lives! Now a celebrity TV Host, she is looking for the deed to the mansion… not because she wants the house, but because she believes there’s a message on the back that will lead her to a “great treasure”. As competition reality TV is all the rage, she hosts a live treasure hunt in the mansion on Halloween. One lucky young contestant could win $1 million if they find the deed! It is up to young Casper and his new friends, the contestants, to save the mansion from Magdalena, and discover the greatest treasure of all!

Second Sunday on Main

October 13
Main Street
14th & Main Streets, Cincinnati, OH 45202
12-4pm & 6-11
FREE admission

Street fair on Main featuring craft and food vendors, entertainment, demonstrations and more. On October 13th, Second Sunday on Main will extend into the evening hours to coincide with Blink!

Second Sunday Family Showtime: Dance of India 

October 13
Clifton Cultural Arts Center
2728 Short Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45219
$5 adults, FREE children

Using dance, hand-language, and a wealth of visual aids, the Cultural Centre of India will expand on lessons in multiculturalism, history, religion, language arts, geography, and more. All participants dance and experience hand-language movements, costumes, jewelry, and make-up.

Ghosts of Nature’s Past    

October 14-27
Sharon Woods
11450 Lebanon Road, Sharonville, OH 45241

Experience the creatures that once walked, flew and stalked Hamilton County’s forests with creepy crafts, ghastly games and alarming activities for the whole family.

The Addams Family  

October 17- November 10
Covedale Center for the Performing Arts
1230 Elm Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Various evening and matinee performances
$29 Adults, $26 Students

It’s creepy and it’s kooky!! It’s a hilarious musical! It’s every father’s nightmare! Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. And worse, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia! Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents. All the lovable characters (and the musical theme) from the classic TV show are here, along with great songs like, ““When You’re an Addams”,  “Where Did We Go Wrong?”, “Just Around the Corner”, “Live Before We Die”  and “Tango de Amor”!

Salt Festival 

October 18-20
Big Bone Lick State Park
3380 Beaver Road, Union, KY 41091
Friday: 9am-3pm, Saturday: 10am-6pm, Sunday: 10am-5pm
$5 per person, FREE children 5 and under

Journey back in time as Big Bone Lick returns to days long past. There will be numerous hands-on demonstrations and activities for people of all ages, including flint-knapping, pioneer life camps, salt making, weaving, spear throwing, storytelling, music, atlatl tossing and more. Browse the crafter’s corner to see the many hand crafted items for sale; then refresh yourself and your family at the food court. While you are visiting don’t forget to see the bison herd!

Shrine Circus  

October 18-20
BB&T Arena
500 Nunn Drive, Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY 41099
Various times
$23 Adults, $18 Children

With three rings of affordable family fun, and the only three-ring circus act in town, the Syrian Shrine Circus will thrill fans of all ages. Come see the death-defying aerial acts, the hilarious Shrine Circus Clowns and animal attractions! In addition to the performance, kids will have the unique opportunity to ride and pet the animals.

The City Flea

October 19
Washington Park
1230 Elm Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
FREE admission

The City Flea is Cincinnati’s original curated, urban flea market that takes place once a month at Washington Park and various other locations throughout the year. Since its conception in 2011, The Flea has seen dozens of vendors grow from hobby to full-time business and it is with much pride that we consider ourselves not only a monthly market, but a small business incubator, community organization, and city advocate. The Flea is a place to keep your dollars local, support small business and experience YOUR city in a unique and engaging way. Our vendors range from vintage dealers to artisan pizza makers to plant studios. We have something for everyone.

Taft’s Brewing Co. Anniversary Party

October 19
Taft’s Brewing Co. Brewporium
4831 Spring Grove Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45232
FREE admission

Come one, come all! Step right up and join for a free carnival to celebrate Taft’s anniversary!

– Free carnival games inside and out all day and night! (stay tuned for the full list of games!)
– 15+ Beers on tap
– Beer specials every hour
– Live bluegrass music (2-9PM)
– Kids pumpkin painting and coloring station
– Tours of the brewing facility every hour
– Live broadcast of the UC vs Tulsa football game

3rd Sunday Fundays: Fabulous Fall Fundays 

October 20
Taft Museum of Art
316 Pike Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202

Discover the Taft’s ghost stories, make a monster craft, and meet spooky animals from Great Parks of Hamilton County at 1 p.m. Come dressed in costume* and participate in a Halloween fashion show hosted by a princess from Party Princess Productions at 2 p.m. * Help protect the Taft’s art by leaving costume accessories like wings, swords, and so on at home.

Vampirina Visits PogoPlay

October 26
Pogo Play
10870 Kenwood Road, Blue Ash, Ohio 45242
$4.50 for 2 and under who are able to play, $10.50 for 3 and up.

Come out for a day of fun at Pogo Play’s Halloween Party! Special guest Vampirina from Disney Jr. will be making an appearance from 5:30 – 8:00 PM. Children wearing a costume will receive $1.50 off admission. Socks are required on playground and interactive floor.

The Wizard of Oz  

October 25 – November 3
Aronoff Center for the Arts
650 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Various performances
Tickets start at $29 

Follow the yellow brick road with the Cincinnati Ballet to a land of enchantment! Choreographer Septime Webre transforms The Wizard of Oz into a magical ballet with music by Matthew Pierce. Experience the regional premiere with dazzling sets, costumes, and special effects! Oh, and of course, flying monkeys…

Sensory Saturdays  

October 26
Cincinnati Art Museum
953 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45202

This program is designed for families with children with developmental disabilities to explore the Art Museum before public hours. Families or individuals are welcome to explore the museum at their own pace, or participate in the day’s activities.  Upon entrance, visitors will receive a sensory-friendly map which includes a visual scavenger hunt. Families are welcome to participate in an art-making in the Rosenthal Education Center and hands-on learning centers in the galleries.

Family Festival: UnMuseum Opening   

October 26
Contemporary Arts Center
44 E. 6th Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
FREE Family Festival: Just Glow With It!

Join us as we celebrate the opening of our newest addition to the UnMuseum, The Funk Within You, by the artist Terence Hammonds. Stop by the 6th floor to create artwork inspired by this interactive installation focusing on music, dance and cultural exchange. Don’t miss a kid-friendly artist talk at 1pm!

Books by the Banks 

October 26
Duke Energy Convention Center
525 Elm Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202

An annual celebration of books and reading featuring national, regional, and local authors and illustrators, book signings, panel discussions, and activities for the entire family to enjoy.

Angelina Ballerina The Musical   

October 26
Memorial Hall OTR
1255 Elm Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
12-1pm & 2-3pm         

In Angelina Ballerina The Musical, Angelina and her friends, Alice, Gracie, AZ, Viki and their teacher, Ms. Mimi, are all aflutter – because a special guest is coming to visit Camembert Academy! Angelina and her friends perform dance of all types, including hip-hop, modern, Irish jig, and of course, ballet. The mouselings can’t wait to show off their skills to their famous visitor, Serena Silvertail. Angelina is the most excited of all, but will she get the starring moment she hopes for? Angelina Ballerina The Musical is a family-friendly show that will have everyone dancing in the aisles!

Fall Fest Weekend 

October 26 & 27
Washington Park
1230 Elm Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202

Carve out some good times at Washington Park’s weekend of fall family fun! We’ve got a jam-packed entertainment lineup for all ages with local vendors selling crafts & homemade items, baked goods and more!

Wee Wednesdays 

October 30
Cincinnati Art Museum
953 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45202

Your preschooler will learn about their local community through sensory play this Wee Wednesday. You and your toddler will wander through the galleries to find interactive art stops, as well as an art making activity. This “Open house” program is recommended for preschoolers (ages 5 and under) accompanied by an adult. We’re sorry, but we are unable to accommodate school groups for this program. Visitors with strollers: you may enter the museum through the Dewitt entrance near the south side of the building. Parking available near that entrance.

The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane   

September 28 – November 1
Various Locations in Cincinnati & NKY
Various times depending on location
FREE – $5 depending on location

Edward Tulane is an expensive toy rabbit, and he is loved by a little girl named Abilene. But Edward, who is made of china, is rather self-centered. On an ocean voyage, he is accidently thrown overboard and sinks to the bottom of the sea. So begins his miraculous journey home, in which he learns the meaning of love and loss, and how to find the courage to love again. Recommended for ages 3 and up.

REC Reads 

October 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30
Cincinnati Art Museum
953 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45202

Bring your toddlers or preschoolers to the Rosenthal Education Center for a morning of art-themed story books, songs, and sensory activities. This 30-minute program will get your little one excited about art in a fun and interactive way.

Astronomy Friday 

October 4, 11, 18 & 25
Cincinnati Observatory Center
3489 Observatory Place, Cincinnati, OH 45208
$7 adults, $5 under 18; FREE for Observatory members

In awe with the beauty of the night sky? Have questions about the Universe? This is where you can get the answers. Astron​omy Fridays include short presentations on a wide variety of topics and plenty of time for your astro questions. Tour of the Cincinnati Observatory, which as a National Historic Landmark played an important role in the history of Cincinnati and our nation. Once dark, we 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​nth-to-month so you can visit often to hear and see something new. Family friendly. Pleas​e call the Observatory @ 513.321.5186 for more information and for reservations.

Cuba: Journey to the Heart of the Caribbean  

Through October 11
1301 Western Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45203
Daily 10am-5pm
Member Adult: $6, Member Child: $5, Non-member Adult: $9, Non-member Child: $7,

Cuba tells the powerful story of a land preserved in time, yet poised on the cusp of dramatic change. The nation’s vibrant culture, meticulously maintained colonial architecture and pristine ecosystems provide a vivid window into the island’s history and spirit. Cuba transports audiences across breathtaking landscapes, under the ocean surface to iridescent reefs and into streets throbbing with music and dance in the heart of Havana.

Through the eyes of Cuban artists, historians and scientists, the film provides an intimate look at this vivacious island nation. Filmed exclusively for the giant screen format, Cuba reveals why Cuba continues to stir the imagination of the world.

Ohio Renaissance Festival 

Through October 27
Ohio Renaissance Park
10542 E. Ohio 73, Harveysburg, OH 45032
Weekends including Labor Day 10:30am-6pm
$22.50, $9.50 ages 5-12; discounts available online
BOGO Adult Tickets September 1-3

Cheer your favorite knight to victory as he competes for the queen’s honor in the thrilling full-armored joust. The lanes are bustling with storytellers, strolling musicians, singers, dancers and villagers welcoming you to a festive day of living history. Feast like royalty on juicy roasted turkey legs, fresh-baked bread bowl stews, fish ‘n chips, steak-on-a-stake, and a variety of the finest beers and wines. The sprawling landscape is dotted with 12 stages and a unique open-air shopper’s marketplace with more than 130 merchants and demonstrating craftsmen. Visitors of all ages will be amused by the games of skill and human-powered rides. Try your hand at archery and see if you’re a modern-day Robin Hood, or climb the castle tower and rescue the lovely damsel in distress.

Suffragettes: With Liberty and Voting for All

Touring through November 3
Various Cincinnati Public Library Locations
Various times
Please contact the venue directly for tickets

In 2020, we the celebrate the Centennial Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage in the United States – the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote. Experience the empowering history of the brave women who made triumphant strides through sacrifice and determination. Through story and song, learn about the great gift these women left us – an empowering heritage of pride, momentum and purpose. From 1920 to today, these women are a constant source of strength and inspiration. Grades 3-8

Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission  

September 28 – February 17
Cincinnati Museum Center
1301 Western Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45203
Daily 10am-5pm
Special Exhibit Ticket Required

Destination Moon gives guests the rare opportunity to see artifacts that made the 953,000-mile journey possible, like Buzz Aldrin’s gold-plated extravehicular helmet visor and thermal-insulated gloves. The dizzying star chart that helped Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins navigate the historic journey and the rucksack and survival kit that accompanied the astronauts are also included. The star of the exhibition is the Columbia command module, on display outside the National Air and Space Museum for the first time since 1976.


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I am a native Cincinnatian, born and raised on the West Side and currently settled across the river in Northern Kentucky. I’m a former Highlander, Bearcat, Falcon, and Fulbright Scholar. My greatest challenge hitherto is the one I love the most: being a Mom to an energetic eight-year-old boy. When not working full-time at one of the city’s great hospitals, I’m trying to fit in all there is to do in this wonderful city – and there is certainly A LOT to do! As one who loves to read, I am an advocate for the public library and go multiple times a week. You can often find me at Music Hall enjoying the ballet, opera, and orchestra. I am an introvert, a bit of a foodie, an NPR listener, a pessimist who likes to think she’s a realist, a middle child, an ex-wife and amicable co-parent, a fiancée, and much, much more. I feel lucky to have grown up in Cincinnati and to be raising my own child in this wonderful city.


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