Cincinnati Area Things To Do Memorial Day Weekend May 27-30
Okay, you've got a three day weekend, and let's face it, many of you will make it a FOUR day weekend! There is ABSOLUTELY no shortage of things to do this weekend! You've got to be a hermit to ignore all the possibilities!
We'll start off with the premier event first: TASTE OF CINCINNATI!! Down on Fifth street at Fountain Square, Saturday through Monday. Five stages of entertainment. 40 restaurants. Over 100 different dishes to try. 44 DIFFERENT beers. Lots of people, and a great weather forecast so far!
The Beach Waterpark is now open daily in Mason!
Kings Island is now open daily, and Dinosaurs Alive! opened yesterday. Free admission today through Monday for active and retired military personnel with military I.D. Discount tickets for the rest of their family for $29.99 each, max of 6.
May Festival continues Friday and Saturday at the Cincinnati Music Hall! Enjoy some Hayden, some Hahler, some Mendelssohn. Tickets $23 to $105, visit www.mayfestival.com for details.
Coney Island starts its 125 season Saturday at 10 a.m. The nations sixth oldest amusement park and right off the Ohio River at 6201 Kellogg Ave in Anderson Township. Enjoy the HUGE pool, water slides, rides. They're offering special discount prices for the opening weekend, and active duty military get free pool and ride combo tickets with their military I.D. Visit www.coneyisland.com for more information.
And Sunday in Waynesville is the Old Main Street Spring Antique Show. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., in addition to the regular antique dealers (and there are PLENTY), there will also be out of town dealers as part of the show. Visit www.waynesvilleshops.com for further info.
The American Veteran's Traveling Tribute will feature the traveling Vietnam Memorial replica at Spring Grove Cemetery. 80% of the full size Vietnam Memorial. Free. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m today. 4251 Spring Grove Ave, Spring Grove Village. www.springgrove.org.
And of course there will be Memorial Day parades in various area communities! So pick your favorite and enjoy! Lebanon's will be 11 a.m. Monday on Broadway.
And of course there are plenty MORE activities in the area, this was just some of the headliners! So have a great Memorial Day weekend, but don't forget to take some time to reflect on the true meaning of the holiday!
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