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Cincinnati Area Things To Do June 24 -26 2011

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We're going to start off with our apologies.  We're going to make your brain smoke trying to make a decision this weekend as to WHAT to do and WHERE to go!  There are just SO many choices, and we're really not even close to covering them all!  So here we go.....

Tonight at Deerfield Township's Cottell Park they'll be showing the movie Yogi Bear at dark.  Cost is free, bring your own drinks, chairs, blankets and snacks!

And as long as we're talking about free movies, you could go down to Fountain Square's Toyota sponsored  Sunday night movie at 7 p.m. and watch Coraline. Visit our Sunday night movies at Fountain Square post for further details. 

Carnival RideAnd of course you've got a couple of festivals to pick from!  Head down to Finneytown's Panegyri Greek Festival this weekend along with about 100,000 other folks hankering for some Greek food and Dancing. 

Or if you'd rather lean more toward's Italian, then visit Bishop Fenwick High School's Fenwick Festival in Franklin this weekend!  Italian sausage one night, spaghetti dinner another night, and lots of other fun activities and some raffles to raise funds for the school too!

Kings Island just opened the new Windseeker ride for business Tuesday, so if riding a large swing 300 ft up in the air at 30 mph is your thing, well then you know where to go!

The Beach Waterpark is open full time and if you're looking for discount tickets to The Beach we've got a link for Buy One Get One Free General admission tickets and the special is good through June 30! Train Station

And of course a ride on the Lebanon Mason & Monroe Railroad wouldn't be a bad way to enjoy yourself either, and they've got the Madcap Puppets performing a production of Icarus this weekend.  June 25 & 26, rides departing at 11 a.m., 1:15 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.

And while you're in Lebanon, you've got the Warren County Festival of the Arts!  Battle of the Bands tonight, and juried art show Saturday!  And of course there will be eats and entertainment!

And ANOTHER Lebanon activity, the 21st Annual Lebanon Garden Tour Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Tickets are $8 and start at the Lebanon Train Station!

If you're looking for outdoor activities, then you don't want to miss Paddlefest at Coney Island!  Kayak and Canoe on the Ohio River, plus lots of shore based activities for those who don't want to get out on the water!

KayaksWith the nice weather you can head to the Little Miami River or Caesar's Creek State Park.  Boating, kayaking, swimming or beach time, between the two you're covered!  And of course Warren County has more parks and golf courses than you'll know what to do with!

And of course there are plenty MORE activities in the area, this was just some of the headliners! Be sure to join us on Facebook to get all the various activities we find and share each week!

Serving Warren County's residential real estate needs,
Liz and Bill aka BLiz 

P.S.  You can see why we love living in Warren County!  Plenty to do here, AND in that big city just to the south!  Want to live here too?  Just give us a call and we can help you find the right home for you!

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Elizabeth & William Spear
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28 commentsLiz and Bill Spear • June 24 2011 08:37AM
Cincinnati Area Things To Do June 24 -26 2011
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Cincinnati Area Things To Do June 24-26 2011 We're going to start off with our apologies. We're going to make your brain smoke trying to make a decision this weekend as to WHAT to do and WHERE to go! There are just SO many choices, and we're… more