Q To Do: June 21-23

ALL WEEKEND LONG: 

Happy Pride week, Cincinnati! 

Grand Carnivale Now through July 7 at Kings Island. Celebrate the sights, sounds, smells and tastes from cultures around the world including India, China, Italy, France and Germany.

Spirit Song Fest Thursday through Sunday at Kings Island. Friday includes For King And Country, Bethel Music. Saturday features Skillet and Kari Jobe.

Charm at the Farm – All weekend long in Lebanon. Popular outdoor seasonal vintage market set on 56-acre farm. Features vintage pieces, clothing, furniture and home decor from more than 115 of the region’s most talented artisans and popular shops.

Dearborn County 4-H & Community FairNow through Sunday at Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds.

The Big Bounce America – Friday through Monday at Heroes Sports Park.Worlds largest bounce house (Guinness certified), 900 ft long inflatable obstacle course, giant maze, slides, ball pits and climbing walls galore. Features DJ booth with sound and lights, dance floor and VIP external dome for adults.

Lebanon Garden Tour – Saturday and Sunday at Lebanon Train Station. Five private gardens and those of the Glendower Mansion, Lebanon train station and brand new public garden, Cedar City Park. Rain or shine.

FRIDAY:

Cincinnati Food Truck Association Food Fest – At Summit Park. This free, family-fun event, brings food truck fans and followers from all over the area.

Gateway Grizzlies at Florence Freedom – 7:05 p.m. AT UC Health Stadium.

Cincinnati Dutch Lions vs Dayton Dutch Lions – 7 p.m. at Northern Kentucky University.

Sundance Shorts – Now through the end of the month at Garfield Theatre. Seven excellent, diverse short films with broad appeal from this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Includes comedy, drama, documentary and animation from around the world.

Multimagic 8 p.m. at The Woodward Theater. 7-inch vinyl release of “Sunshine/Dreams” on Soul Step Records. With Sungaze and Ronin Halloway.

   SATURDAY: 

Cincinnati Pride Parade and Festival Starting at 11 a.m. at Sawyer Point. 2-hour parade with famous grand marshal, main festival with music, drag queens, beer and spirits, and Family Fun Zone!

Mushroom Rally 9 a.m. at Full Throttle Indoor Karting. Unique experience where racers dress as favorite characters and compete.

Barre on the Bridge – 8:30-11:30 a.m. on the Purple People Bridge. Free.

That’s My Jam: A Fruited Beer Festival 2 p.m. at Streetside Brewery. Streetside and Cincinnati Craft Beer Club are throwing a fruited beer festival to celebrate summer.

Family Night Hikes: Water Wonders – 6:30-8 p.m. at the Cincinnati Zoo. From tiny microorganisms to the largest mammals on earth, there is a lot of diversity when it comes to aquatic wildlife. Take a look at the inner workings of zoo’s largest water habitats and explore the animals that live in those. Learn about wonderful water wildlife and the role it plays in helping maintain healthy aquatic ecosystems.

Tim Allen – 7 and 9:30 p.m. at Procter and Gamble Hall at Aronoff Center.

FC Cincinnati vs. Los Angeles Galaxy – 7:30 p.m. at Nippert Stadium.

Foreigner – 8 p.m. at Lawrenceburg Event Center.

Suits That Rock: Thanks a Million 8 p.m. at the Carnegie. More than 40 prominent business and community leaders take to the stage to celebrate the best way they know how. All “suits” by day, the performers are leaving the boardrooms and taking to the stage to play some of their favorite songs.

SUNDAY: 

Summer Soiree’ Wedding ShowcaseThe Windamere Event Venue. Fashion show with the hottest trends by Blush Bridal, followed by vendor showcase featuring area’s most creative professionals.

Cincinnati Civic Orchestra: Music of America6:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. at Historic Glendale Village Square. The concert will feature Oklahoma, West Side Story, and Disney Magic. We will honor veterans with Armed Forces Salute and celebrate American with Stars and Stripes Forever and American Salute.

Guided Walking Tour of Historic Mount Adams 1-3 p.m. at Mount Adams Bar and Grill.

Montgomery Garden Tour2-5 p.m. at Pioneer Park. Montgomery’s fifth annual garden tour starts in Pioneer and Montgomery Parks. The Montgomery Beautification and Tree Commission sponsors event.

OTR Performs7-9 p.m. at Washington Park.

CHURCH FESTIVALS: 

Mary Queen of Heaven Funfest Friday through Sunday at Mary-Queen Of Heaven Parish. Three days of great family fun. Amusement rides, gaming, games of skill, kiddyland, $10,000 raffle, food and drinks.

St. Augustine Church FestivalAll weekend long at St. Augustine Church. Traditional Catholic church neighborhood festival. Indoor sit-down dinners on Friday and Saturday nights from 5-7:30 p.m. Raffles, gaming, Kiddie Land. Live music Saturday night.

MOVIES OUT THIS WEEKEND: 

Toy Story 4 – (G) Tom Hanks, Tim Allen

Child’s Play – (R)

Anna – (R) Helen Mirren