Where to B is in the know when it comes to getting out and making memories right here in the city every single weekend. Check out the list below so you know Where to B this weekend for the best markets, events, breweries and more. Please note events may change or cancel.
Where to ‘B’ in Cincinnati: Oct. 13th-15th
FRIDAY: October 13th
HallZOOween is FREE with Zoo admission! Guests will be treated to a day of fun at the Cincinnati Zoo! Help the Zoo go green, please bring your own treat bag!
You will find food, crafts, giant pumpkins, live entertainment, a family-friendly atmosphere, and many costumes at this year’s festival.
Haunted Wine Walk
Taking place Friday the 13th in October from 6pm-9pm is downtown Lawrenceburg’s first Haunted Wine Walk! Tickets to participate are $10, and all proceeds will be donated to the Dearborn County Historical Society
Lebanon, Ohio is host to the Oktoberfest. Enjoy food, craft beers, kids activities and more.
Cincinnati Cyclones Preseason Game
The Cyclones take on Indy Fuel. Puck drops at 730.
SATURDAY: October 14th
The City Flea is Cincinnati’s original curated, urban flea market that takes place once a month at Washington Park and various other locations through out the year.
Boots & Brews
B-105 presents The Point/Arc’s Boots and Brews –an evening of food, fun, and dancing!Round up your friends and join us at the Newport Car Barn in Newport, Kentucky as The Point/Arc, B-105, and Granite World team up to bring you the 5th Annual Boots & Brews event!
The Great Pumpkin Fest
The Great Pumpkin Fest is a free, family-friendly fall festival at Keehner Park in West Chester, Ohio. All are invited for an afternoon of fun and entertainment. Activities typically include a puppet show, a petting zoo, a costume contest, a hay bale maze, the “Not-So-Scary” haunted trail, games, crafts and more. Children are encouraged to wear a costume and bring a bag or basket to collect candy.
SUNDAY: October 15th
Hocus Pocus Family Fun Fest
Join the Sanderson Sisters as we kick the day off outside on S. Main Street (between Central Ave & 1st Ave) from 2 p.m. to Dusk. Enjoy Hocus Pocus themed fun, food & craft vendors, dance troupes, live shows, pumpkins, meet Binx the cat, fun music, Howl-o-ween dog costume contest & parade, kids games and activities and more!
First Flowers featuring Dinosaurs
Step back in time, millions of years at Krohn Conservatory’s summer show through Oct. 22