Meeting my favorite celebrity has been on my bucket list, and earlier this summer I did it. My boyfriend dumped me for a guy he cheated with, so I decided to go out on a limb, blow $400, travel to New York City and see Woody Allen, the real love of my life, play with his Jazz band.
Over 175 modeled aircrafts will take to the sky in celebration of the Greater Cincinnati Radio Control Club’s 150th anniversary of its Flying Circus. Jets, helicopters and a rocket-powered space shuttle will demonstrate their flight capabilities and be on display for guests. Don’t worry about getting hungry or thirsty at this two-day event, because food and drink concessions are available.
The Cincinnati Public Library's book art exhibits are even more beautiful support for why real books, as opposed to their ever-muted cousins, ebooks, are superior. Two exhibits of handmade books are currently on displayed at the main library branch downtown: 'BookWorks 11' showcases more than 20 handmade books crafted by local and regional artists, while 'Marking Time: The Keith Kuhn Memorial Artists' Book Exhibit' shows work from around the country.
The 2010 Beast Bash is celebration of pets and their people that offers a wide array of vendors and educational activities. While there, visit Donnetta Zimmerman, the animal communicator, and learn about the thoughts and emotions of your loved ones that can only woof or meow. A veterinarian will also be on hand to answer any health questions you may have. Participate in pet contests, watch canine demonstrations and later bring your dog to the Paw Park Pool Party to cool off.
Every summer, Learning Through Art hosts multiple events, and this year's series will begin with a flashy kick-off! The Virtual Photo Exhibition at Fountain Square features photography from Cincinnati residents as a part of the Kroger Cincinnati Snaps Competition.
The Freestore Foodbank presents this year's Taste of the NFL, which brings together Bengals players, fans and the best restaurants in the area to take on the increasing problem of hunger in Greater Cincinnati. Bengals linebacker Keith Rivers will host the evening with chefs Jose Salazar and Summer Genetti Wednesday at Paul Brown Stadium.
Celebrate Father's Day weekend with some quality time in the kitchen. Grailville Retreat and Program Center in Loveland hosts a Rites of Passage gathering Saturday in which fathers and daughters can learn about healthy cooking together.
Hundreds of up-and-coming designers' latest trends will hit the runway in Cincinnati's finest fashion show, part of the end-of-the-year college-wide exhibition including designs from DAAP students at UC. After-party begins at 10 p.m. with special guest Althea Harper, 2008 UC fashion graduate and finalist in season six of 'Project Runway.'