If you're in the Cincinnati area, check out these fun events in January!
Snow Banks at the Banks
Saturdays from 12 pm - 8 pm & Sundays from 12 pm - 6 pm
Laughs at Tafts with Joe Derosa
January 25 from 8 pm - 10 pm
NOAH'S Event Venue in Blue Ash, OH
January 19 from 9 am - 6:30 pm
Robert D. Lindner Family OMNIMAX Theater
Daily showings between 11 am - 5 pm
Art After Dark
Cincinnati Art Museum
January 31 from 5 pm - 9 pm
Here are a variety of things to check out as we start off 2020!
New Year, New You
Free 7 Day Online Event
January 2 - 8
The Sports & Social Club
Tuesdays 11 am - 4 pm
Silent Disco Yoga
Louisville Slugger Field's Hall of Fame
January 11 from 6 pm - 8 pm
Great Train Expo
Kentucky Exposition Center
January 11 - 12 from 10 am - 6 pm
Freedom Hall at Kentucky State Fair
January 18 at 7 pm
Kid Check, Louisville, KY
January 23 - 25
It's a busy season but we hope you'll choose to slow down and enjoy the festivities available in your community! Here's some ideas for those of you in Cincy!
The holiday season is in full swing! Shout out to GoToLouisville.com for some great event ideas for this month, from art shows and plays to Christmas markets and light shows, from date nights to family fun. We hope you will take the time to enjoy a few of these with the people near and dear to you - the real reason for the season that sometimes gets lost in the hustle and bustle.
A Christmas Carol
- Actors Theatre of Louisville - Dec 4 - 13 at 7 pm (2 pm weekend matinees)
Looking for some activities to do this month? Here’s some great ideas!
November 2, 2019: It’s a Mac and Cheese Throwdown at the Phoenix. The gloves are off as some of the city’s most talented chefs go head-to-head in a MELTY-CHEESY-SMACKDOWN of epic proportions! YOU decide who will be named the MAC N’ CHEESE CHAMPION of Cincinnati.
November 3, 2019: Family First Saturday: Girl Power is happening at the Cincinnati Art Museum (11am – 4pm). Spend the day with your family and celebrate their special exhibition, Women Breaking Boundaries, with free and fun activities for the whole family. Enjoy a special scavenger hunt, performances, hands-on art-making and more. Enjoy special preschool activities from 11:00 a.m–1:00 p.m.
November 9, 2019: Join us for opening night of the Greenacres Artists Guild Art Show: Cincinnati Masters Old and New. This cocktail party style event will feature paintings from the Nippert Private Collection not seen in decades, including work from Duveneck, Farny, and Hauser. Once you've taken in the old, take time to explore the work of the next generation of Cincinnati masters. The event is free and open to the public. Hors d'oeuvres will be served throughout the evening and there will be a cash bar available. We ask that you kindly RSVP to assist us in our event preparation.
November Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2019: ...
Fall is in full swing and the holidays are approaching. Here's some fun activities for you to check out this month!
November 6 & 20, 2019: Shred at Story - Wellness Wednesday Series Join us on select Wednesdays this winter for a pop-up Shred415 workout at Story Louisville. Stick around for post-class smoothies, networking and a VIP tour of the co-working space! Bring your own water and yoga mat. Complimentary street parking is available. Enter Story at 900 E. Main Street and take the elevator to the third floor.
November 9, 2019: 2019 Holiday Bazaar Our Annual Holiday Bazaar, always held in the 2nd Saturday of November. Enjoy Crafts, Handmade Items, Baked Goods, Christmas Decor, Ornaments, and much more!
November 9, 2019: Barre3 4th Birthday Celebration To kick off our celebrations, we are offering FREE classes all day Saturday, November 9th. In addition to free classes, we will be having giveaways all day from local spots like Exhale Yoga, Shred415, Life Bar, and lululemon! We will also be having Phocus in studio to keep you hydrated throughout the day. Sign up for class here, spots will fill up fast - http://bit.ly/32XUK5n If you can't make it class...no problem! Just release your spot to make space for someone...
Here are some fun events for you to check out in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky this October!
Country Pumpkins, Oct 1 - Oct 31, Dry Ridge. Enjoy the pumpkin patch and corn maze among other fun on this working dairy farm! https://countrypumpkinsky.com/
HallZOOween, Saturdays & Sundays, October 5 - 27, Cincinnati Zoo. Special animal encounters, an illusion show, trick-or-treating around the zoo, and a ride on the Hogwarts Express! https://cincinnatiusa.com/events/hallzooween
Free Scary Movies, 7 pm every Tuesday, Taft's Brewing Co. Brewporium, Cincinnati. Free horror flicks
start at 7 pm but arrie early to grab a few brews and order pizza! Unlimited Halloween candy and popcorn! https://cincinnatiusa.com/events/free-scary-movie-nights
Pumpkin Patch Park, Florence KY. Saturdays. Facepainting, balloon artists, magicians, pirates, and a live scarecrow entertainers around the stadium; axe throwing; giant chess, checkers, jenga; and special fall adult beverage at the bar! https://cincinnatiusa.com/events/pumpkin-patch-park-0
USS Nightmare, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 7 pm - 11 pm or 1 am, Riverboat Row, Newport, KY. This haunted house attraction is built upon a steam-powered dredge boat located on the Ohio River. https://cincinnatiusa.com/events/uss-nightmare
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Fall Festivals 2019 Louisville and Southern Indiana
- Louisville Halloween Parade and Festival- Oct 5, 12 pm - 9 pm (parade at 6 pm) at Baxter Ave and Bardstown Rd. http://www.louisvillehalloweenfest.com/
- Harvest Homecoming - Oct 5 - 13 in New Albany. Check out the guide for the various activities: https://www.harvesthomecoming.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/HHC2019FestivalGuide.pdf
- Belknap Fall Festival - Oct 11, 6 pm - 11 pm & Oct 12, 11 am - 11 pm in Douglass Loop. This festival includes live music, local artists, food, and family fun. https://www.belknapneighborhood.org/belknap-fall-festival
- Jack O'Lantern Stroll - Oct 18, 6 pm - 9 pm at St. Francis of Assisi. Enjoy over 1,000 beautifully carved pumpkins lighting the night, trick-or-treating, games, crafts, and Louisville’s largest pumpkin pie! http://www.dreamswithwings.org/jack-o-lantern-stroll/
- Hayride on the Hill - Oct 27, 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm at Cherokee Park. take a free hayride and enjoy the fall colors, then have some refreshments and join in some other family friendly activities. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hayride-on-the-hill-fall-festival-in-cherokee-park-tickets-73583741953
- Halloween in Brown Park - Oct 26, 11 am - 3 pm at Brown Park in St. Matthews, located on Kresge Way right next to Baptist Hospital East. Trick-or-treating, hayride, bouncey houses and more. https://louisvillehalloween.com/halloween-festival-in-brown-park/...
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It goes without saying that you should clean your lint screen after every load of laundry. Keeping the filter clear will shorten the drying cycle, save you money, and prevent any potential fire hazards. It is also a good practice to regularly, but at least twice a year, remove the lint that accumulates at the bottom of the housing that holds your lint screen. You can generally use a vacuum cleaner's flat attachment to reach down in the housing to suck out anything that has accumulated in there.
Finally, you should be cleaning out your dryer's exhaust duct using a dryer duct cleaning brush (it's a stiff bristled circular brush with a flexible handle that you can buy at most hardware stores) at least twice a year. The exhaust duct vents your dryers exhaust to the outside of your house and can become a fire hazard if not kept clear.
Consider doing this more often (say monthly) if you do heavy amounts of laundry on a consistent basis. Many service providers sell regular service plans to handle this for you, so consider signing up for one.
Source: American Red Cross
Why Pipe Freezing is a Problem
Water has a unique property in that it expands as it freezes. This expansion puts tremendous pressure on whatever is containing it, including metal or plastic pipes. No matter the strength of a container, expanding water can cause pipes to break.
Pipes that freeze most frequently are:
- Pipes that are exposed to severe cold, like outdoor hose bibs, swimming pool supply lines, and water sprinkler lines.
- Water supply pipes in unheated interior areas like basements and crawl spaces, attics, garages, or kitchen cabinets.
- Pipes that run against exterior walls that have little or no insulation.
How to Protect Pipes From Freezing
Before the onset of cold weather, protect your pipes from freezing by following these recommendations:
Drain water from swimming pool and water sprinkler supply lines following manufacturer's or installer's directions. Do not put antifreeze in these lines unless directed. Antifreeze is environmentally harmful, and is dangerous to humans, pets, wildlife, and landscaping.
Remove, drain, and store hoses used outdoors. Close inside valves supplying outdoor hose bibs. Open the outside hose bibs to allow water to drain. Keep the outside valve open so that any water remaining in the pipe can expand without causing the pipe to break.
Add insulation to attics, basements and crawl spaces. Insulation will maintain higher temperatures in these areas.
Check around the home for other areas where water supply lines are located in unheated areas. Look in the garage, and under kitchen and bathroom cabinets. Both hot and cold water pipes in these areas should be insulated.
Consider installing specific...
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