ALL WEEKEND LONG:
Bockfest – Feb. 28-March 1 in Over-the-Rhine. Bockfest is a unique, authentic 3-day-long party celebrating and supporting the local community by promoting Over-the-Rhine, its rich heritage, and the people who live and work here.
Cincinnati Home & Garden Show – Feb. 27-March 1 at Duke Energy Convention Center. The Cincinnati Home & Garden Show presented by the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky Honda Dealers features high-interest exhibits, high-profile industry personalities, and the latest trends to turn your home and garden dreams into reality.
Spring Orchid Show and Sale – Feb. 29-March 1 at the Krohn Conservatory. Hundreds of orchids will be on display and offered for sale. Local orchid experts will be available to share their knowledge and tips for growing. Sponsored by the Greater Cincinnati Orchid Society.
Bridalrama Showcase – 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Feb. 29-March 1 at Duke Energy Convention Center. Wedding ceremony and reception planning show. More than 100 local wedding professionals. Runway fashion shows. Ticket specials: buy two receive two tickets free.
Bockfest Parade – 6 p.m. at Arnold’s Bar & Grill. Parade begins at Arnold’s and winds from Sycamore St. to 12th St., to Main St. and on to Bockfest Hall (Christian Moerlein Brewery on Moore St.).
Cold Nights & Warm Spirits – 6:30-10 p.m. at Ault Park Pavilion. Join your friends and neighbors for an evening of great whiskey, music and fun while supporting Ault Park. Each ticket includes 7 one-ounce tastings from among more than 45 American, Canadian, Irish and Scotch whiskies, light bites and live music by Marc & Doug Group and Covert Run.
Art After Dark: Harlem Nights – Cincinnati Art Museum. Join CAM as they celebrate the opening of special exhibition “Something Over Something Else”: Romare Bearden’s Profile Series and Black History Month with live music, food for purchase, specialty cocktails and docent-led tours throughout the night.
TJ Miller – Feb. 28-29 at Funny Bone Comedy Club.
Cincinnati Cyclones v Greenville Swamp Rabbits: Cincinnati Beasts Night – 7:30 p.m. at Heritage Bank Center.
Bockfest 5K – 10 a.m. at Christian Moerlein Brewing Company. Run (or walk) past many of the historic brewery sites throughout OTR, then celebrate your finish with a cold one at Bockfest Hall as the Bockfest party gets started early with food, music and lots of fun! Proceeds support the Brewery District and the Brewing Heritage Trail.
Festival Of Laughs – 8 p.m. at Heritage Bank Center. Featuring Mark Curry, Tommy Davidson and Sommore.
The Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular – 8 p.m. at Procter and Gamble Hall at Aronoff Center. The concert goes era by era beginning with the early rock-a-billy years, then the military years, then the movie years, then the ‘68 comeback special in black leather and closes with the Las Vegas and Concert years.
Bockfest Little Kings Sausage Queen and Beard Baron Finals – 7:30 p.m. at Christian Moerlein Brewing Company. The renowned (and sometimes notorious) Little Kings Bockfest Sausage Queen helps lead the Bockfest Parade by carrying a symbolic tray of Bockwurst. The Sausage Queen is Bockfest royalty who is anointed in the least aristocratic manner we could create: a gender-neutral pageant that has multiple preliminary rounds in local bars.
Bockfest .05K Fun Run – 3 p.m. at Christian Moerlein Brewing Company. Not ready to tackle a 5K? Try this fun run at Bockfest Hall. Make it the whole 164 feet and be rewarded with a limited edition T-shirt, bottle opener medal, and of course a beer.
Bockfest Goat Yoga – 11 a.m. at Christian Moerlein Brewing Company. 1-hour guided yoga session with goats! The session is gentle yoga for relaxation and stress reduction. It is appropriate for all ages and abilities that are in good physical health. Led by Rob Burns of Good Green Earth Farm.
Bockfest Little Links Competition – Noon at Christian Moerlein Brewing Company. Bockfest invites our smallest fans to participate in our first Little Links Pageant. Little Links participants are invited to dress in their best “Welcome Spring” attire, from traditional German attire, goats, monks – you name it! Participants will participate in a parade across the stage, and a select group picked by our “celebrity” judges will be asked a couple of fun questions to pick the winners.
The Invisible Man – (R) Elisabeth Moss
Wendy – (PG-13)
The Ride – (PG-13)
Lookin’ for something fun to do for a deal?