FREE, Family Fun in September
Updated: Sep 28
Some of us are already putting up our fall decorations. It’s been a muggy and humid summer but thankfully, things are about to cool down. With today being the last day of August, we are looking ahead to what September brings. We're highlighting three family-fun, fall events coming up and the best part is - they are absolutely free!
This coming weekend, Saturday September 4th, the African Professionals Network (APNET), in partnership with the University of Cincinnati, is hosting AfriFest at Burnet Woods Park. From 12:30pm to 7:00pm. You and your family can experience African culture through musical performances, African/Caribbean food, cultural dances, games, a job fair and other activities. According to the The Voice of Black Cincinnati, this will be Cincy’s largest African cultural event. You can find out more about AfriFest here.
Monday evening, September 20th, is the Harvest Moon and Autumnal Equinox Hike at French Park! Ive been to this park before and it’s beautiful. The event be held in the evening and during the Harvest Full Moon which should be big and bright, illuminating your walk through nature. Guests will also get a chance to learn about the folklore behind the Harvest Full Moon. Don’t forget to wear sturdy shoes for walking. Find more information about the hike here!
Last but not least, if you have a green thumb or love plants, Saturday, September 25th, at Redden Gardens in Covington, Kentucky, there will be an Autumn Plant Swap! If you’ve got extra garden plants or house plants, you can find them a new home. Guests are also encouraged to bring home a new plant to take care of. Check out the Plant Swap details here.
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