This is one you can bring the whole family to: The Irish Heritage Center will be celebrating all things green all weekend long.
On Saturday, the doors open at noon with children's arts and crafts until 5 p.m. All the while, enjoy live Irish music, dancing, Irish food and plenty of green beer to get you through the day.
Festivities continue Sunday with an 11 a.m. mass by an Irish reverend, the debut of an Irish Famine Ship Model, more traditional Irish stew and beverages, with continued music, Irish jigs and a children's parade.
5. For a non-St. Patrick's Day family weekend - The Circus
This year's Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey visit to the Tri-State features dragons. Yes, dragons.
The mystical Dragon Tribes from all over the world will be gathering at U.S. Bank Arena to battle for your hearts and minds in a classic and spectacular setting. Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey have been at this game for quite awhile now, so families should expect nothing but top-notch entertainment and thrills.
Their tagline is "The Greatest Show on Earth," for crying out loud.
Horton Foote wrote award-winning screenplays for To Kill a Mockingbird and Tender Mercies. His 1953 teleplay, The Trip to Bountiful, was about a woman trapped in a cramped Houston apartment where she yearns to return to her Gulf Coast hometown.
That play comes to the Playhouse in the Park this weekend.
Few Cincinnati artists are as beloved as Charley Harper, and Cincinnatians continue to celebrate his legacy in everything from coffee mugs to public murals.
So the opportunity to view some of his original signed lithographs at Hyde Park's Mary Ran Gallery Friday will be a chance to appreciate the work of an original American Modernist up close and personal.