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 15-17
FRIDAY: Sept. 15th
Oktoberfest season continues this weekend with Oktoberfest Zinzinnati and Oktoberfest Hofbrauhaus, Friday through 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:
Springfield Antiques Shows “Extravaganza”
Friday through Sunday. Shop from more than 200 dealers at this event across 7 buildings at the Clark County Fairgrounds. Admission charged.
Head on out the Cincinnati Nature Center from 6-9pm. This 21 and up event features select foraged beer samples from local breweries, foraging talks and demos, live music, drinks, food, games, and all things foraged. Tickets required.
SATURDAY: Sept. 16th
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.
Everything for Kids Sale
Shop at Notre Dame Academy in Park Hills (Ky.) from 9am-12:30pm. Shop for baby and children’s fall and winter clothing, coats, shoes, baby furniture, car seats, highchairs, strollers, bouncers, holiday outfits, bikes, large and small toys, games, books, bedding, maternity, and more. Admission charged, cash only for admission.
City Flea will blanket the lawn at Washington Park from 10am – 4pm.
The Big Bounce America
The Ultimate Inflatable Theme Park is coming to town!!!
Movie Night in the Park
The City of Loveland is hosting featuring Encanto at Phillips Park .The family fun starts at 6:30pm and the movie will begin at sunset. Bring some blankets and chairs. You can bring your own food in but no alcohol.
SUNDAY: Sept. 17th
Burlington Antique Show
Come on out to te Boone County Fairgrounds (Kentucky) from 6am-3pm. Admission charged, parking is free.
Deerfield Handmade Fall Market
The mission of the Deerfield Handmade Market is to embrace, encourage, and support local and regional artists, creatives, and makers, and to showcase their work to a diverse community at Cottell Park from 11am-5pm
Bengals Tailgate and Watch Party at Foutain Square
Live music starts at 10am and kick off is at 1pm.
First Flowers featuring Dinosaurs
Step back in time, millions of years at Krohn Conservatory’s summer show through Oct. 22