Q To Do: March 1-3


Cincinnati Home and Garden Show Saturday and Sunday at Duke Energy Convention Center. Features over 10,000 square feet of landscape, patios and gardens with outdoor inspiration created by the area’s top landscapers.


Bockfest Parade – 6 p.m. in Over-the-Rhine. Funkiest parade in Cincinnati sets off from Arnolds Bar & Grill, Cincinnati’s oldest saloon. Lead by a goat pulling a keg and reigning Sausage Queen along with official parade marshal. Travels up Sycamore Street to 12th Street to Main Street to Bockfest Hall and ends with blessing of bock beer. Officially marks beginning of weekend of festive celebration.

Disney’s DCappella – 8 p.m. at Taft Theatre.

Bockfest: The Big Turn On Festival – The Woodward Theater. Celebration of neighborhood history, live music and beer with a two-day music festival-style event and reveal of completed year-long historic facade renovation project.


Bockfest 5K – 10 a.m. at Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in OTR.

ArtsWave Days: Arts on the Hill – 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at Cincinnati Art Museum.

Bockfest: Dr. Morgan’s Hangover Relief Tour – 2 p.m. at Washington Platform Saloon and Restaurant. Join the man that Cincinnati Magazine declared “The God of Bockfest” for a personal, behind-the-scenes journey. Bockfest-only walking tour through OTR.

Head for a Cure at Mardi Gras MASKerade – 7:30 p.m. at The Phoenix. Silent auctions, raffles, psychic readings, face painting, souvenir photos and more. Ticket includes 2 drink tickets, heavy appetizers, Mardi Gras mask and beads, and photo booth.

A Doll’s House, Part 2 – March 2-30 at Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati. A bold, bitingly funny (and completely unauthorized) sequel to one of the most groundbreaking plays ever written.


Crawfish Boil 6 p.m. at Hotel Covington. Celebrate Mardi Gras weekend Louisiana-style.

The Tillers – 2:30 p.m. at Rabbit Hash General Store.


A Madea Family Funeral – (PG-13) Tyler Perry, Mike Tyson

Greta – (R) Chloe Grace Moretz