ALL WEEKEND LONG:
Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market – All weekend long at Duke Energy Convention Center! Over 500 booths of everything you need to make your season cheery and bright. Handcrafted items from hundreds of local boutiques and specialty stores.
Mean Girls – Nov. 5-17 at the Aronoff Center for the Arts. Mean Girls is the hilarious hit musical from an award-winning creative team, including book writer Tina Fey.
Christmas Nights of Lights – Nov. 8-Jan. 5 at Coney Island! See larger-than-life trees, glowing snowflakes, dancing candy canes and fantastic tunnels of lights. In the warmth of your own car, you can sing along to the sounds of the season synchronized to each holiday display. Begins at dusk nightly.
Holiday Junction – Nov. 8-Jan. 5 at Union Terminal. See more than 100 pieces of custom-cut art in the shape of Union Terminal, Music Hall, Paul Brown Stadium and more, appropriately connected by the Roebling Bridge. Also includes interactive winter wonderland where you can build a snowman!
Antique Christmas – Nov. 8-Jan. 5 at Taft Museum of Art. Celebrate the holidays at the Taft’s annual display of antique ornaments, toys, and decorations. The year features several feather trees with decorations ranging from vintage Disney ornaments to characters from German fairy tales as well as antique paper, chenille and glass ornaments.
A Zinzinnati Holiday – Nov. 9-Jan. 5 at Krohn Conservatory. Discover the beauty of our city’s German history at our holiday display. Surround yourself with evergreens and poinsettias as you stroll through the historical representations of Cincinnati’s buildings.
Cincinnati Cyclones v Brampton Beast: Shutout The Hate Night – 7:30 p.m. at US Bank Arena. Celebrate the diversity of our fans, employees, players and coaches. Come as you are and enjoy a great night of hockey, togetherness and pride. Concourse features LGBTQ support and family resources. The Cyclones will wear special Shutout the Hate Jerseys that will be auctioned off immediately following the game. Proceeds donated to local LGBTQ charities!
Voces 8 – 7:30 p.m. at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral. The British vocal ensemble performs an extensive repertory both in its a cappella concerts and in collaborations with leading orchestras, conductors and soloists.
Fretboard 2nd Anniversary Party – Friday and Saturday at Fretboard Brewing Company. Includes live performances by Strange Mechanics, Ernie Johnson From Detroit, Neal Francis and GA-20.
The Brick Bar – 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday at American Sign Museum. This Pop-Up is the first of its kind and will consist of over 1 million blocks, transported and assembled into the ultimate nostalgia trip. The bar will feature sculptures made completely from building blocks as well as an abundance of blocks for people to shape into their own creations. Local DJs spinning tunes all day.
Dav 5K – 8 a.m. at The Banks. This 5K is a walk, roll, run and ride event that benefits the Disabled American Veterans. All veterans, active-duty service members, reservists, National Guard and ROTC or service academy cadets are eligible for a free registration and commemorative medal.
Local Ink 13th Annual Printmakers Market – 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at NorthChurch. Featuring fine art prints made by regional printmakers. Meet the artists and learn about their processes for woodblocks, etchings, letterpress, papermaking, screenprints, monoprints, lithographs and more.
Thanksgiving on the Ohio Frontier – 2-5 p.m. at Shawnee Lookout Park. Thanksgiving was celebrated much differently in the 1700s than how it is today. Experience it for yourself during Thanksgiving on the Ohio Frontier. Includes reenactors, games, crafts and food samples of that time period.
Lawrenceburg Winter Wonderland Ice Rink Opens – Noon-9 p.m. at Todd Creech Park. Rink Open Tuesday-Sunday, closed Mondays and Thanksgiving and Christmas days.
Travis Tritt – 7:30 p.m. at Lawrenceburg Event Center.
Honor Run Half Marathon, 10K and 5K – 7 a.m. at Florence Mall. Proceeds from all Honor Run Half Marathon events will benefit Honor Flight Tri-State by helping send our local veterans who have served our nation in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam to Washington DC to visit their memorials and Habitat For Humanity of Cincinnati to help support a local veteran home repair.
Veterans Salute – 11-5 p.m. at Memorial Hall. A full day of events to celebrate America’s veterans. There’s creative art therapy exhibitions, a military dress display, a lecture commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge, a performance of The Accidental Hero, and the Queen City Concert Band performs variety of patriotic selections with themes reflecting the service and sacrifice of our men and women in uniform during America’s significant domestic and foreign wars.
Lookin’ for something fun to do for a deal?
Doctor Sleep – (R) Ewan McGregor
Last Christmas – (PG-13)
Midway – (PG-13) Woody Harrelson