It’s not summer until there’s barbecue and binge drinking, and Jungle Jim’s is providing more than 350 different beers from more than 100 breweries — national and international — at its ninth annual International Beer Fest.
In 1988, Cincinnati’s Juneteenth tradition began as a neighborhood festival in Kennedy Heights, celebrating Emancipation Day and drawing close to 1,500 people to Daniel Drake Park for picnicking, games and historical reenactments.
Since 1869, Cincinnati’s been a baseball city — the first professional one, in fact, thanks to the Cincinnati Red Stockings. And the Cincinnati Vintage Base Ball Club is putting those red stockings back on for a day of old fashioned baseball.
Josh Cares, a local nonprofit that provides companionship and comfort to children hospitalized in critical and chronic care units at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, hosts its second annual lunchtime Food Truckin’ for Josh Cares festival.