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Where to B – Weekend of 9/22

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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: Sept 22-24


FRIDAY: Sept. 22nd

It’s time for Oktoberfest! Loveland’s Oktoberfest starts on Friday and continues into Saturday. Newport Oktoberfest runs Friday – Sunday. 

It’s Oktoberfest time in Cincinnati! Pull out the lederhosen and grab your favorite stein because Cincinnati knows how to throw a great Oktoberfest celebration! Learn more here:


Cincinnati Comic Expo

The Cincinnati Comic Expo will be at the Duke Energy Convention Center, Friday through Sunday. Tickets required.

Pawpaw Hunting at Long Branch Farm and Trails

6-7:30pm (tickets required). You’ll search for and learn about the pawpaw (Ohio’s native state fruit) at this Cincinnati Nature Center event.

Pawpaw Hunting at Long Branch Farm and Trails

SATURDAY: Sept. 23rd

Fall on the Farm

Fall on the Farm (at Blooms and Berries Farm Market) includes regular offerings and this weekend they’ll have Animal Encounters.

Fall on the Farm

Native Plant Sale at Bowyer Farm

The Cincinnati Zoo’s native plant sales offer a wide selection of reasonably priced, well-grown, hard to find, and ecologically important native plants. Saturday, 9am-3pm.


Paws in the Park at Summit Park

United Pet Fund has teamed up with The City of Blue Ash for this dog-focused event.  This event is from 11-3!


Outdoor Movie Night at Sharonville Parks and Recreation

Starting at 7:30pm. They’ll be showing Little Mermaid in the lower-level parking lot.


SUNDAY: Sept. 24th

Ault in Bloom

A celebration of roses, flowers and gardens, is happening at Ault Park from 1-4pm. An open show for garden clubs, amateurs, and youth, all are welcome to enter. Judging of blooms and arrangements starts at 11am.


On-Going Events

First Flowers featuring Dinosaurs

Step back in time, millions of years at Krohn Conservatory’s summer show through Oct. 22