Given limits on gatherings due to COVID-19, the Clifton Cultural Arts Center is finishing Season 12 of its summer concert series via live streaming shows, online at Facebook.com/CliftonCAC.
This week they feature Saffire Express, which plays contemporary, classic rock, 50s-60s, country, and standards. Everyone is encouraged to tune in and enjoy, from the safety of their own living rooms, porches, patios, yards and balconies.
More details and a copy of the link to the livestream at https://cliftonculturalarts.org/ccac-events/saffire-express-witw/
Krohn Conservatory, 950 Eden Park Dr
The Krohn Conservatory has re-opened with new safety guidelines, and presents numerous flower beds in the shapes of arches, each with flowers of a specific color. In the center of the room is a long, peaceful water pond for reflection.
For this summer show, guests are generally required to wear face masks and maintain a distance between households of 6 feet or more. To allow for one-way traffic the entry has been moved to the Conservatory's desert house.
More details at https://www.cincinnatiparks.com/krohn/, or call 513-357-2604.
It is with sadness and a heavy heart that the Board of Directors and staff of Pig Works have decided to cancel its remaining in-person 2020 events, including the Flying Pig Marathon, the Queen Bee Half Marathon weekends, and the Hudepohl 14K/7K Brewery Run.
Participants are invited to complete the events virtually to support the ongoing success of our non-profit organization. In any case, registrants will receive an email detailing their options for participation, including: an engaging virtual experience, deferral to a future year, or donating their registration fee.
Scroll down on http://flyingpigmarathon.com/ for updated details.