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 29, 30 and Oct. 1
FRIDAY: Sept. 29th
It’s time for Oktoberfest! Donauschwaben’s Oktoberfest starts on Friday and continues into Sunday.
Pull out the lederhosen and grab your favorite stein because Cincinnati knows how to throw a great Oktoberfest celebration!
Bluegrass & BBQ at Alms Park
The night features live music by Jake Speed and the Freddies, craft beer, food, free pumpkins, lawn games, and more. BYO chairs and picnics! This is a free event.
Mt. Healthy Haunted Hall
This year the Haunted Hall features more than 20 scenes with several new scenes you won’t want to miss! In addition there will be old favorites returning including the Hellavator, Dracula, and the Bate’s Motel.
SATURDAY: Sept. 30th
The Clermont County Food and Farm Tour
This is a self guided tour where you can visit seven different farms around the county.
Operation Thank You
Head to Sawyer Point for this free family friendly event that celebrates our local Veterans. The event includes live music, Rozzi fireworks, military displays, Veteran specific vendors, a kids zone, and more. 3-930
Maker’s Mart at Brink Brewing
They’ll have more than 50 local artists and makers, fresh beer, and live music. Noon-6p.
SUNDAY: Oct. 1st
Flea in the Fort at Tower Park
Flea in the Fort is a handmade Artisan Craft show and it’s free to attend. They will have over 70 artists selling their crafts, live music, food trucks, and craft beer on the grounds around the Mess Hall. 10am-3pm!
First Flowers featuring Dinosaurs
Step back in time, millions of years at Krohn Conservatory’s summer show through Oct. 22