Thanksgiving Weekend Scavenger Hunt Returns

If you are looking for a fun activity to do over the holiday weekend, how about a scavenger hunt? You’ll explore four Covington neighborhoods, finding clues, cracking codes and solving puzzles. You can even win prizes, like original art by local artists. The Catalytic Fund created Finders Keepers Thanksgiving Weekend Scavenger Hunt last year toContinue reading “Thanksgiving Weekend Scavenger Hunt Returns”

Celebrate Halloween, NKY Style

Northern Kentucky can be a spooky place. With a long history and neighborhoods that date back to the Civil War, the region holds many tales of roaming ghosts and gruesome events that will send chills up your spine.   Here is a sampling of what awaits you here, as the weather grows colder, and the spirits come out to play. Links to all theContinue reading “Celebrate Halloween, NKY Style”

Arrowhead Music Festival

This special autumn gathering is a great way to take a few days off for the weekend and enjoy the wonderment of being in nature while listening and dancing to music under the open sky!  The festivities will be held on a breathtaking farm that’s tucked away in the forestland of Northern Kentucky.  Arrowhead MusicContinue reading “Arrowhead Music Festival”

Boozy Milkshakes in Bellevue

We finally made it to Nomad after seeing so many mouth-watering social posts!  A product of pandemic-times, its opening may have seemed like a sleeper, but Nomad should be at the top of your list for picture-worthy boozy milkshakes! A great place to gather with friends Located at 225 Fairfield Avenue, the outdoor patio space is cute, comfy,Continue reading “Boozy Milkshakes in Bellevue”

Fall Festivals

Festivals are back in Cincinnati and there are plenty for everyone to enjoy all over town, from riverside, to fountain square, and beyond!  Learn how this city got its famous title, “The Melting Pot” by experiencing the diverse cultures that have come together to celebrate History and Heritage in Ohio and Northern, Kentucky.  Here’s aContinue reading “Fall Festivals”