Sibcy Cline’s Opening Day Findlay Market Parade Float Wins Third Place!

Managers_FloatThe Opening Day Findlay Market Parade is a long-time tradition in Cincinnati. For the first time, Sibcy Cline participated in this parade with our own float – and we won a third-place honor! We love our Sibcy Cline “red” and we love the Cincinnati Reds.

The Sibcy Cline float was organized by Amanda Duncan, Sibcy Cline’s Social Media and PR Specialist. Sibcy Cline Branch Managers shared their enthusiasm throughout the parade!

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2018 Guide to Local Farmers’ Markets in Southeastern Indiana

FarmersMarket_SEInd_2018There is nothing like eating fresh produce! Be sure to find a local farmer’s market in Southeastern Indiana to patronize. Most are open through October and offer local, fresh fruits and vegetables as well as flowers, jams and other homemade foods.

Our list is in order by day. If you see a local farmer’s market that is missing, please let us know – sknabe@sibcycline.com.

DAILY
Busse’s Fruit and Vegetable Farm 
7096 State Road 48, Aurora, Indiana (mid June – October 2018)
You will also find them at the Lawrenceburg Farmers’ Market

TUESDAY
Madison Farmers’ Market
Broadway Fountain at corner of Main Street and Broadway, Madison, Indiana (April – October, 2018)
8am-12pm

White’s Farm – Flea and Farmer’s Market
6028 Holland Rd (US 52), Brookville, Indiana 47012 (May 1 – October 9, 2018)
5pm to dark

WEDNESDAY
White’s Farm – Flea and Farmer’s Market
6028 Holland Rd (US 52), Brookville, Indiana 47012 (year round)
Daylight to 12pm

THURSDAY
Madison Farmers’ Market
Broadway Fountain at corner of Main Street and Broadway, Madison, Indiana (April – October, 2018)
8am-12pm

FRIDAY
Bright Farmer’s Market
Providence Presbyterian Church at 23983 Salt Fork Road, Bright, Indiana (June – October, 2018)
3pm -6:30pm

Brookville
Brookville Treatment plant in Brookville, Indiana (May 18 – October, 2018)
3:30pm-7pm

SATURDAY
Batesville Farmer’s Market
Downtown Batesville, Indiana (May- October 2018)
8am-11am

Lawrenceburg Farmers’s Market
Newtown Park (along US 50), Lawrenceburg, Indiana (June – mid October, 2018)
9am-1pm

Madison Farmers’ Market
Broadway Fountain at corner of Main Street and Broadway, Madison, Indiana (April – October, 2018)
8am-12pm

Rising Sun Farmer’s Market
Corner of Main and Walnut Streets, Rising Sun, Indiana (May-October, 2018)
8:30am-12pm

2018 Guide to Northern Kentucky Farmers’ Markets

FarmersMarket_NKY_2018There are so many great reasons to live in Northern Kentucky and local farmers’ markets are one of them. Enjoy shopping for your locally grown fruits and vegetables through October by visiting one of these markets listed below.

If you know of any local markets that aren’t mentioned on this list, please let us know and we’ll add them! 


DAILY
Boone County Farmers Market
6028 Camp Ernst Road, Burlington, Kentucky.
10am-5pm (May – October 2018)
Summer Hours (Memorial Day – Labor Day): 9am-6pm
Winter Hours: Day after Thanksgiving: 10am-8pm weather permitting

The Friendly Market
10050 Norbotten Drive, Florence, Kentucky. (April – October, 2018)
Mon-Fri: 11am-6 pm
Sat-Sun: Hours vary


TUESDAYS
Highland Heights Farmers’ Market
3054 Alexandria Pike, Highland Heights, Kentucky. (May-October, 2018)
3pm–6pm


WEDNESDAYS
Fort Thomas Farmers’ Market 
90 Alexandria Pike US 27 (outside Fort Thomas Antiques & Design Center)  Ft. Thomas, Kentucky.  (June-October 2018)
3pm–7pm
October hours: 3pm-6pm


THURSDAYS
Dixie Farmers’ Market
116 Commonwealth Avenue, Erlanger, Kentucky. (May-late October 2018)
2pm–6pm


FRIDAYS
Alexandria Farmers’ Market
7634 Alexandria Pike, Alexandria, Kentucky. 3pm-6pm (starts June 1, 2018)
3pm-6pm


SATURDAYS
Covington Farmers’ Market
Third Street and Court Street, Covington, Kentucky. (May-October 2018)
9am–1pm
April 2018 preview: Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center at 620 Greenup St. (April 21 and 28, 2018) 

DCCH Farmers’ Market of Fort Mitchell
75 Orphanage Road, Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky. (May – October 2018)
10am–2pm

Independence Farmers’ Market
5272 Madison Pike (Independence Court House), Independence, Kentucky.  (Starting April 28, 2018)
8:30am–1pm

Newport Farmers’ Market
709 Monmouth Street, Newport, Kentucky. Near Pepper Pod.  (May 19, 2018 – October, 2018)
9am-12pm

Highland Heights Farmers’ Market
3054 Alexandria Pike, Highland Heights, Kentucky. (April – May, 2018)
10am–3pm

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SUNDAYS

Highland Heights Farmers’ Market
3054 Alexandria Pike, Highland Heights, Kentucky. (April – May, 2018)
10am–3pm

2018 Guide to Cincinnati Farmers’ Markets

FarmersMarket_Cincinnati_2018Cincinnati, Ohio has so many local businesses to enjoy including our farmers’ markets. Most of these popular markets are open through October, so be sure to check them out throughout the growing season. By visiting a farmers’ market, you are not only supporting a local agribusiness, but are more environmentally conscientious since fewer resources are used in the transportation and packaging of locally grown fruits and vegetables.

Here’s our list of Cincinnati farmers’ markets including the days and times they are open. If you know of any local markets that aren’t on this list, please let us know and we’ll add them!


DAILY

Brown’s Family Farm Market
11620 Hamilton-Cleves Road, Hamilton, Ohio (Open daily starting on April 11, 2018)
10am-5pm

Columbia Tusculum Farmers’ Market
260 Wilmer Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio (year round)
Monday – Friday: 2pm-6pm; Saturday- Sunday 9am-12pm

Findlay Market 
1801 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. (Closed on Mondays)
Tuesday-Friday: 9am–6pm
Saturday: 8am-6pm: Sun: 10am-4pm

Lunken Airport Farmers’ Market
Near Kellogg and Wilmer Avenues, near Lunken Airport, Cincinnati, Ohio
9am-4pm

Newtown Farmers’ Market
3950 Round Bottom Road, Cincinnati, Ohio (year round 2018)
Monday-Saturday: 9am-6pm; 
Sunday: 10am-6pm


SUNDAYS
Hyde Park Farmers’ Market
2700 Erie Avenue, Hyde Park, Cincinnati, Oh (May 20 – October 28, 2018)
9:30am-1:30pm


MONDAYS
Nativity Church Tailgate Market
5926 Ridge Road in Pleasant Ridge, Cincinnati, Ohio
4pm-6-6:30pm
Not confirmed for 2018.


TUESDAYS

Gabriel’s Place Marketplace
3618 Reading Rd., Avondale, Cincinnati, OH 45229. (June-October 2018)
4pm-6pm

Liberty Center
Liberty Township at 7100 Foundry Row, Liberty Township, Ohio (June-September, 2018)
3pm-7pm
Could not confirm for 2018.

Loveland Farmers’ Market
Downtown Historic Loveland at 205 Broadway St., Loveland, Ohio (May – October 2018)
3pm-7pm

Mt. Carmel Farmers Market
453 Old SR 74 at Sports Page Cafe (July – October 2018)
2pm-5pm

Price Hill Farmstand (operation by Findlay Market)
Corner of Price and Grand Avenues in Price Hill (June-October 2018)
3pm-6pm

Sayler Park Farmers’ Market
Sayler Park Town Square, 6610 Parkland Avenue, Sayler Park, Ohio (May – October 2018)
4pm-7pm

Springdale Farmers’ Market
Memorial Walk Plaza of the Jones Center, Springdale, Ohio. (Starts on June 6 – October 27, 2018)
7am-1pm

Strauss Troy Market on Fountain Square
Fountain Square in downtown Cincinnati at 5th and Vine. (Starting April 1, 2018 )
11am-2pm

Wyoming Ave. Farmers’ Market
Wyoming and Oak Avenues on the Village Green, Wyoming, Ohio. (May – October 2018)
3pm–7pm


WEDNESDAYS

Farmer’s Market at Summit Park in Blue Ash
4335 Glendale-Milford Road at Summit Park. Blue Ash, Ohio. (May 16 -September 26, 2018)
3:30pm-7pm

Milford Farmers’ Market
1025 Lila Avenue (Route 50), Milford, Ohio
2pm–5pm

Northside Farmers’ Market
4222 Hamilton Avenue at North Presbyterian Church, Northside, Cincinnati, Ohio. (Year round)
4pm-7pm

Village Green Farmers Market in Fairfield
Village Green Park at 301 Wessel Drive (May 30 – October 17, 2018)
4pm-7pm
(November -April: Second Wednesday 5pm-7pm at the Fairfield Community Arts Center Veranda)


THURSDAYS

Brown County Farmers’ Market
201 S. Main Street, Georgetown, Ohio (year round)
3pm-7pm

Evanston Farmstand operated by Findlay Market
1615 Hewitt Avenue in Evanston, Cincinnati, Ohio (June-October, 20180
3pm-6pm

Gabriel’s Place Marketplace
3618 Reading Rd., Avondale, Cincinnati, OH 45229. (June-October 2018)
11am-2pm

Downtown Harrison Farmers’ Market
Harrison Recreation Commission at 300 George St., Harrison, Ohio. (June – October)
4pm-7pm

Lebanon Farmers’ Market
W. Main Street and Sycamore Street, Lebanon, Ohio (May 17 – October 18, 2018)
3pm–7pm

Madeira Farmers’ Market
7001 Miami Avenue, (corner of Miami and Dawson) Madeira, OH – 3:30pm -7pm (May-Sept)
Winter Hours: Oct: 3:30-6:30pm; Nov-Apr: 3:30pm-6pm at Madeira Silverwood Presbyterian Church at 8000 Miami Ave.

Madisonville Garden Market Tailgate
6001 Chandler Street, Madisonville, Cincinnati, Ohio (May- September, 2018)
4:30pm-7pm – dates not confirmed

Northside
Hoffner Park at corner of Hamilton Avenue and Blue Rock, Northside, Cincinnati, Ohio (Year round – May-October: North Church at 4222 Hamilton Avenue)
4pm-7pm

Springdale Farmers’ Market
Memorial Walk Plaza of the Jones Center, Springdale, Ohio. (Starts on June 6 – October 27, 2018)
7am-1pm

Walnut Hills Farmstand operated by Findlay Market
2609 Kemper Lane, Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio (June-October, 2018)
4pm-7pm


FRIDAYS

Finneytown Farmers’ Market
703 Compton Road at Northminster Presbyterian Church. Cincinnati, Ohio.
3:30pm-7pm
(Not confirmed for 2018)

Lettuce Eat Well Farmers’ Market
Cheviot Elementary School – 4040 Harrison Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio. (Year round)
3:30pm-6:30pm

Brown County Farmers’ Market
570 N. High Street, Mt. Orab, Ohio (year round)
3pm-7pm

Nativity Church Tailgate Market
Pleasant Ridge: 5935 Pandora Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio.
3:30pm -7pm
(Not confirmed for 2018)


SATURDAYS

 

Anderson Farmers’ Market
7832 Five Mile Road, Cincinnati, Ohio
9am-12pm

Brown County Farmers’ Market
7389 Clifton Ave., Russellville, Ohio (year round)
9am-12pm

53 Main Street, Ripley, Ohio (June – November)
9am-12pm

Clinton County Farmers’ Market
69 N South at the Wilmington Municipal Building, Wilmington, Ohio
Spring: First and Third Saturdays March – May 2018  – 9am-12pm

Mulberry Street in front of the General Denver Hotel, Wilmington, Ohio
Summer: June – September, 2018 – 8:30am-12pm

69 N South at the Wilmington Municipal Building, Wilmington, Ohio
Winter: October – December 2018 – 9am-12pm

Deerfield Farmers’ Market
Anthem parking lot at 4361 Irwin Simpson Rad, Mason, Ohio
Summer Market: (May 5 – October 27, 2018) – 9am-12pm
Winter Market: (November – April, 2019. Third Saturday of each month) – 10am-11am

Delhi Farmers Market
Delhi Park at 5125 Foley Road in Delhi, Cincinnati, Ohio (Starting May 26, 2018)
9am – 12pm

Gabriel’s Place Marketplace
3618 Reading Rd., Avondale, Cincinnati, OH 45229. (June-October 2018)
10am-2pm

Hamilton’s Historic Farmers Market
Outside courthouse at 101 High Street. (May -October 2018)
8am-12pm

Mason Farmers’ Market
6370 Mason-Montgomery Road, Mason, OH at Mason Middle School
8am-12pm
(Nor confirmed for 2018)

Milford Farmers’ Market
1025 Lila Avenue (Route 50), Milford, Ohio (June- October 2018)
10am–2:30pm

Montgomery Farmers’ Market
9609 Montgomery Road, Montgomery, Ohio (May – October 2018)
9am-12:30pm

Mt. Washington Farmers’ Market
Stanbery Park in Mt. Washington (Cincinnati, Ohio) –  (May-September 2018)
9am-12pm

Norwood Community Garden Farmers’ Market
Corner of Williams and Elsmere Avenues, Norwood, Ohio. (Last Saturday of the month: June 30, July 28, August 25 and September 29, 2018)
9am-12pm

Oxford Farmers’ Market
Summer Season: May-September: Main and High Street, Oxford, Ohio
8am-12pm

Fall Season: October-early November: Main and High Street, Oxford, Ohio
8am-12pm

Winter Season: December-April: Main and High Street, Oxford, OH – (every 3rd Saturday)
10am-12pm

Springdale Farmers’ Market
Memorial Walk Plaza of the Jones Center, Springdale, Ohio. (Starts on June 6 – October 27, 2018)
7am-1pm

West Chester Art & Farmers’ Market
Spring Market: 9285 Centre Pointe Drive, West Chester, Ohio  (April 7, 2018)
2pm-4pm

Summer Market: 9285 Centre Pointe Drive, West Chester, Ohio  (starts May 26, 2018)
9am-1:00pm

Winter Market: The Mulhauser Barn at 8558 Beckett Road)

 

2018 Guide to Local Farmers’ Markets in Dayton, Ohio

FarmersMarket_Dayton_2018There are many great reasons to live in Dayton, Ohio and local farmers’ markets is one of them. Most of these markets are open throughout the growing season into October, so be sure to check them out. There is nothing that compares to a fresh tomato bursting with flavor.

Here’s our list of Dayton farmers’ markets including the days and times they are open. If you know of any local markets that aren’t featured on this list, please let us know and we’ll add them! 

TUESDAYS
West Carrollton Farmers’ Market
833 E. Central Avenue, West Carrollton, Ohio.(June – Mid October)
3:00pm-6:00pm

Xenia Towne Square Farmers Market
Parking lot in front of the former Kmart on Main St., Xenia, Ohio.  June through end of October 2018)
2pm-6pm

Mechanicsburg Farmers & Artisans Market
140 S. Main St., Mechanicsburg, Ohio. (June-September 2018)
4:30pm-7pm

Dayton VA Farmers Market
Dayton VA Medical Center at 4100 W. Third Street in Dayton, Ohio (June 12 – September 25, 2018)
10am-2pm

Spring Farmers’ Market
16 W. Franklin Street, Troy, Ohio (Year round)
4pm-7pm


WEDNESDAYS
Downtown Miamisburg Farmers’ Market
1146 E. Central Avenue at Miamisburg Christian Church, Miamisburg, Ohio. (July-October 2018)
3pm-7pm

Fairborn Farmers Market
Corner of Main Street and Grand Avenue (Fifth Third Commons parking lot) in Fairborn, Ohio. (April – November 2018)
10am-2pm


THURSDAYS
2nd Street Market
600 E. 2nd Street, Dayton, Ohio. (Year round)
11am-3pm

Centerville Farmers’ Market
892 S. Main Street, Parking lot of Centerville Shopping Center, Centerville, Ohio. (May 17 – October 25, 2018)
2:30pm-6:30pm
November/December Markets: Third Thursday from 12pm-4pm at Benham’s Grove Barn at 166 North Main St. (November 15 and December 20, 2018)

Lebanon Farmers’ Market
Corner of Main Street and Sycamore Street, Lebanon, Ohio.(May 17- October 18, 2018)
3pm-7pm

Piqua Community Farmers’ Market
High Street in front of the Piqua Public Library (Fort Piqua Plaza) in downtown Piqua, Ohio.(May 31 – September 10, 2018)
3:30pm-6:00 pm


FRIDAYS
2nd Street Market
600 E. 2nd Street, Dayton, Ohio. (Year round)
11am-3pm

Sugarcreek Township Farmers’ Market
Kettering Sports Medicine Center at 6438 Wilmington Pike, Sugarcreek Township, Ohio.  (Mid May – Mid November)
3pm-7pm
Winter Market: December – April. Every third Friday from 3pm-5pm

Vandalia Farmers’ Market
Seger Park at 23 Tionda Drive S., Vandalia, Ohio.  (June 15 – August 31, 2018)
4pm-8pm


SATURDAYS
2nd Street Market
600 E 2nd Street, Dayton, Ohio.  (Year round. Outdoor market: June-October)
8am-3pm

The Heights Farmers and Artisan Market
6178 Chambersburg Road, Huber Heights, Ohio (May – October, 2018)
9am-1pm

This Old Farmer’s Market in Beavercreek
3930 Dayton Xenia Road in Beavercreek, Ohio (grounds of This Old Couch store). (May 20 – October 14, 2018)
12pm-4pm

Downtown Troy Farmers’ Market
S Cherry Street and Main Street, Troy, Ohio. (June 9 – September 29, 2018)
9am-12:00pm

New Carlisle Farmer’s Market
Main Street in downtown New Carlisle.  (June 16 – September 29, 2018)
10am-2pm

Oakwood Farmers’ Market
22 Orchard Drive at 22 Orchard Dr., Dayton, Ohio. (June 2- October 20, 2018)
9am-1pm

Shiloh Farmers’ Market
5300 Philadelphia Drive, Dayton, Ohio.  (May 5 – October 20, 2018)
8am-1pm

Tippecanoe Farmers’ Market in Tipp City
Fourth at Main Street, Tipp City, Ohio.  (June 13 – October 24, 2018 – dates not confirmed)
9am-12:30pm

The Heights Farmers & Artisans Market
6178 Chambersburg Road at The Huber Center in Huber Heights, Ohio. (May -October  2018)
9am -1 pm

Yellow Springs Farmers Market
227 Xenia Avenue in the Kings Yard Parking lot behind the Ye Olde Trail Tavern, Yellow Springs, Ohio. (May – November, 2018)
7am-12pm

Springfield Farmers Market
North Market Place (117 N. Fountain Ave), Springfield, Ohio.  (June 2 – September 29, 2018)
9am-12:30pm

Trotwood Farmers Market
Northeast corner of Shiloh Springs and Salem Ave. Trotwood,Ohio. (June-October 2018)
9am-2pm

Downtown Troy Farmers’ Market
Downtown Market on South Cherry Street, Troy, Ohio.  (June 9 – September 29, 2018)
9am-1pm

Downtown Franklin Farmers Market
1 Benjamin Franklin Way in Franklin, Ohio (Begins June 2 , 2018)
9am-1pm

Greenville Farmers Market
4th and Broadway in Greenville, Ohio. (June 2 – October 13, 2018)
9am-1pm

New Carlisle Farmer’s Market
Downtown New Carlisle, Ohio. (June 16-September 29, 2018)
10am -2pm


SUNDAYS
Front Street Outdoor Market
1001 East Second St., Dayton, Ohio. 3rd Sunday of each month:  (Starting April 15, 2018)
1pm-4pm

Garden Station Sunday Market
509 E 4th Street, Dayton, Ohio.  (Market not yet been confirmed for 2018.)
11am-2pm

Northmont Community Market
4810 Balzono Boulevard in Clayton, Ohio  (June- October 8, 2018)
11am-3pm

This Old Farmer’s Market
3930 Dayton Xenia Road in Beavercreek, Ohio. (May 20 – October 14, 2018)
12pm-4pm

3rd on Third Dayton
1301 East Third Street, Dayton, Ohio. (Third Sunday from April – October, 2018)
(11am -4pm)

Sweet Sweats For Love Results in Over 1,200 Pieces of Clothing Donated!

Sweats_Jan16The Sweet Sweats for Love clothing campaign was a success! From January 1st through February 14, 2018, all Sibcy Cline branch offices collected new sweat clothes for area foster children. Clothing poured into the offices and the result was the donation of over 1,200 sweat shirts and pants.

This is the fourth year Sibcy Cline Realtors has partnered with Julie Phillippi-Whitney of Phillippi-Whitney Communications to provide needed items for area foster children.

The sweatpants and sweatshirts were given to Hamilton County Job & Family Services, who then distributed to foster children throughout the tristate region. Clothing was also donated to the Dayton Artemis Center, a Domestic Violence Resource Agency that serves Montgomery and Greene counties.

Read more about the clothing collection campaign here or here.

 

Florence, Kentucky – A Great Place to Live and Call Home!

Florence_YAllFlorence, Kentucky was first called “Crossroads” since it was the location where roads from Burlington and Union merged at what is now U.S. 25.  In the early 1800s, the area became known as Maddentown (named after local attorney Thomas Madden.) After he moved away the area switched names once more to Connersville (named after settler Jacob Conner.) And, finally – Florence became the city’s name. It is assumed to be named after Florence, Italy – but the origin is not clear.

Florence, Y’All
The icon for the city is its water tower. When the Florence Mall was under construction, its developers negotiated with the city about its creation. In 1974, the water tower said: Florence Mall even though the mall was not yet constructed. Due to legal issues over the size of this large advertisement, the Kentucky Bureau of Highways informed the city that the tower sign was too tall per state law. First a tarp was considered to be placed over the word “Mall” – which would have been expensive for a short-term need. Instead, a painting company was hired to change the “m” into a ”y” with this cost-effective solution. Voila – the slogan was born and has remained.

Florence Y’All App
The city has its own free app making it convenient for residents to report problems and engage with city services.

Apple Store App
Google Play Store App

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Florence Parks
Florence has seven community parks offering walking trails, landscaped gardens, play fields and equipment as well as basketball and volleyball courts.

  • Florence Nature Park – Walking trails, Kalb Gathering House available for rent, gazebo and granite animals to enjoy.
  • Lincoln Woods Park –  Tennis courts, basketball court, playground, dirt trails, and ball fields.
  • Orleans Park –  Picnic shelter, playground, sled hill, volleyball court, stocked lake and paved walking trail
  • South Fork Park – With a nautical theme, this park is the largest Florence park. Picnic shelter, playground, volleyball and basketball courts, bike path, log dam habitat, meadow and wooded areas and earthen sculptures for play.
  • Stringtown Park – This park has a Camelot theme. Enjoy a playground, basketball  and volleyball court, four fitness stations, paved trail and picnic shelter.
  • Niblack Memorial Park – This park is formerly the old city building that is now the home for the Florence Senior Activity Center.
  • Walnut Creek Park – This 2.5 acre park is located in the Walnut Creek subdivision and has a ball field and play area.

The active city of Florence has numerous annual events including a Memorial Day Parade and Independence Day celebration. There are also many local events hosted at the city parks such as movie nights and sports camps.

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Florence Aquatic Center
This aquatic center has everything one would desire to enjoy the water. The facility offers a lazy river, competition pool, two spray areas, zero depth area, slides, shelters and bathhouse. There are fun events to enjoy such as Dive-In Movie and Christmas in July.  There is an annual fee to join this center. The Florence Hammerheads are an award-winning swim team based at the center.

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This park is heaven to those who enjoy skating. Over 20,000 square feet has been designed for all levels of skating. There is no charge to enjoy this park.

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The community enjoys rallying about the Florence Freedom minor ball team which is part of the Frontier League since 2004. The venue is a lot of fun with many special events held throughout the season.

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Turfway Park
For all of those horse lovers, Turfway Park is the place to be. Enjoy live horse racing from January through March on Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays. There is also a holiday meet from late November through the end of December on Wednesdays through Saturdays. General admission is free (except on Spiral Stakes Day.)

The park was originally called Latonia Race Course and opened in 1959. The park changed to its current name in 1986. In 2005, Turfway Park was the first track in North America to have a polytrack  – an all-weather surface. The park stables about 1,000 horses.

Florence Homes
With 30,000 residents, Florence has a wide variety of home values and styles to offer. You can find single-family homes ranging from modest to luxury. For those who prefer the condominium or lifestyle patio homes, Florence has those type of residences, too. From old to new, small to large, Florence has it all with housing. Look at Florence homes for sale.