Summertime definitely means attending a county or state fair. Steeped with tradition, fairs are full of the sights and sounds of farm livestock, fast rides and carnival-style food and games. And we cannot forget entertainment like the demolition derby, monster truck shows and tractor pulls. Gardeners and cooks show off their best items at fairs, too, seeking a coveted blue ribbon from judges.
Be sure to have fun at one of these local county fairs throughout Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana.
Due to the coronavirus, please check with your favorite fair before heading out to make sure it has not been cancelled or postponed.
Fairs are listed by state and alphabetically by state and then county:
Ohio State Fair July 19 – August, 8 2021 – NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Columbus, Ohio Fair for 2021 limited to livestock an educational competitions; only exhibitors and their family members permitted to attend
There 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 at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add it!
There 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 (email@example.com) and we’ll add them.
St. Paris Farmers’ Market 3pm–6pm (Starts May 7, 2021) 135 W. Main Street (in front of the municipal building), St. Paris, Ohio
Sugarcreek Township Farmers’ Market Sugarcreek Plaza at 6124 Wilmington Pike, Sugarcreek Township, Ohio. (Mid May – Mid November 2021) 3pm–7pm Winter Market: December – April. Every third Friday from 3pm–5pm
SATURDAYS 2nd Street Market 600 E 2nd Street, Dayton, Ohio. (Year round. Outdoor market: June-October) 9am–1pm
Oakwood Farmers’ Market 22 Orchard Drive at 22 Orchard Dr., Dayton, Ohio. (June 5–August 28, 2021) Harvest Season through October 16, 2021 9am–1pm Facebook
Shiloh Farmers’ Market 5300 Philadelphia Drive, Dayton, Ohio. (June 5 – October 2, 2021) 10am–2pm First half hour for elderly and at risk
Springfield Farmers Market North Market Place (117 N. Fountain Ave), Springfield, Ohio. (June – end of September 2021) 9am–12:30pm Indoor market January–March: 11am–2pm at Mother Stewarts Brewing Company
Trotwood Farmers Market Northeast corner of Shiloh Springs and Salem Ave. Trotwood, Ohio. (June-October 2021) 9am–2pm
Yellow Springs Farmers Market 100 Dayton Street in the Bryan Center Parking lot, Yellow Springs, Ohio. (May – September, 2021) 7am–12pm Except 2nd Saturdays in June and October: Moves to Sunday 8am–12pm April, October and November: 8am–12pm
2nd Street Market 600 E 2nd Street, Dayton, Ohio. (Year round. Outdoor market: June-December) 11am–3pm
There 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 at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll add them!
Boone County Farmers Market 6028 Camp Ernst Road, Burlington, Kentucky. Hours: 10am–5pm (mid May – October 2021) Summer Hours: 9am–6pm (end of May 25 – early September, 2021) Winter Hours: Day after Thanksgiving through April: 10am–8pm (weather permitting) Curbside pick up and social distancing
It’s that time to visit your local farmers’ market. Cincinnati, Ohio has many of them open through October, so be sure to check out your favorite location throughout the growing season. By purchasing your vegetables and fruits at 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 food.
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 – email@example.com – and we’ll add them!
Finneytown 9150 Winton Road (behind the fire house), Cincinnati, Ohio 10am–2pm – Second Sundays May through November 2021 Cannot confirm – no website
Hyde Park Farmers’ Market 2700 Erie Avenue at the square, Hyde Park, Cincinnati, Ohio (May–October 2021) Summer Market: 9:30am–1:00pm (May–October 2021) Winter Market (Clark Montessori): 9:30am–1pm Vendors are taking pre-orders for U.S. Bank pick up only. Contact vendors and schedule pick-up times.
Village Green Farmers Market in Fairfield Village Green Park at 301 Wessel Drive, Fairfield, Ohio (April 28 – End of October 2021) 4pm–7pm Winter Market: November–Mid April: First and Third Wednesday 5pm–7pm at the Fairfield Community Arts Center lobby at 411 Wessel Drive; 4–6:30pm
Madeira Farmers’ Market Spring/Summer: 7001 Miami Avenue, (corner of Miami and Dawson) Madeira, OH – 4pm–7pm (May 6 – October 28, 2021) Winter Hours: Jan–April 2021: Curbside Pick up only at Madeira Silverwood Presbyterian Church at 8000 Miami Avenue (4:30pm–6:00pm) Currently accepting prepaid orders only with drive-through only. No drive-up customers.
Madisonville Farm Stand Wednesdays and Thursdays during growing season Lighthouse Green Learning Center at 5303 Ward Street, Cincinnati, Ohio Facebook
Market Wagon CinDay Free pickup of local fresh produce at a Market Host location every Thursday
53 Main Street, Ripley, Ohio (June – November) 9am–12pm
Clinton County Farmers’ Market Spring: Begins Early March–October 2021 (1st and 3rd Saturdays) 9am–12pm Wilmington Municipal Building at 69 N. South Street, Wilmington, Ohio
Summer: June–September, 2020 – (Every Saturday) 8:30am –12pm Mulberry Street (in front of the General Denver Hotel), Wilmington, Ohio
Winter: October–December (1st and 3rd Saturdays) 9am–12pm Wilmington Municipal Building at 69 N. South Street, Wilmington, Ohio
Deerfield Farmers’ Market Kingswood Park at 4188 Irwin Simpson Road, Mason, Ohio Summer Market: 9am-–12pm (Early May – End of October 31, 2021) Winter Market: (November 2021 – April, 2022) Third Saturday of each month) – 10am–11am Market is now a drive-in.
Delhi Farmers Market Delhi Park at 5125 Foley Road in Delhi, Cincinnati, Ohio (Starting Mid June – end of August, 2021) 9am–12pm
Mt. Washington Farmers’ Market Stanbery Park in Mt. Washington (Cincinnati, Ohio) – (May–September 2021) 9am-12pm Unconfirmed for 2021
Norwood Off Pike Market June 19, July 17, August 21 and September 18, 2021 Mills Avenue at Victory Park, Norwood, Ohio 9am–1pm Local produce and music, food trucks and more
Oxford Farmers’ Market Order online from vendors for cashless transactions and arrange delivery/pick up Summer Season: May–October 2021 Parking lot north of Memorial Park, Oxford, Ohio 9am–12pm
Fall Season: October 2021– Saturday before Thanksgiving Main and High Street, Oxford, Ohio 9am–12pm
Winter Season: December 2021–April 2022: Main and High Street, Oxford, OH – (every 3rd Saturday) 10am-–12pm
West Chester Art & Farmers’ Market Spring Market: 9285 Centre Pointe Drive, West Chester, Ohio (1st and 3rd Saturdays April and May 2020) 2pm-4pm Pre-order/pre-pay and pick up at the market location. Follow on Facebook
Summer Market: 9285 Centre Pointe Drive, West Chester, Ohio (starts End of May, 2021) 9am-1:00pm
Winter Market: The Mulhauser Barn at 8558 Beckett Road – Nov – March (1st and 3rd Saturdays)
Your pooch loves to socialize with other dogs. What better place to meet fellow canines than at a dog park? Whether playing fetch or letting your dog explore and meet other furry friends, a dog park is a great way to give your pet some exercise. The popularity of these type of parks has increased since the first dog park was established in 1979 in Berkley, California, and their numbers have grown steadily in the last several years. (91% of Americans believe dog parks provide benefits to their communities.)
We found quite a few local dog parks for you and your dog to explore. Many of them provide benches for owners, water, as well as separate areas for small and large breeds. Most of the dog parks are free, but there are a few private parks with a membership fee. A few public parks require registration and/or have a park fee.
Dog parks are listed by region and then alphabetic.
Did we miss your favorite dog park? Let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bark Park at Miami Meadows 1546 OH-131, Milford, Ohio Small dog park is part of Miami Meadows Park. Separate areas for small and large breeds. Water is provided. Agility equipment. Benches for owners.
David J. Stricker Dog Park 1359 Clough Pike, Batavia, Ohio One-acre park with fenced areas for small and large breeds. Benches and shade trees are available.
Diamond Dogs Park 11405 E. Miami River Rd, Colerain Township, Ohio Diamond Dogs Park is located within Heritage Park. Seating, shades areas and water are provided within the 5-acres, fenced-in former baseball field. (See Heritage Park)
Doris Day Dog Park 3006 Westwood Northern Blvd., Cincinnati, Ohio (Mt. Airy) Within Mt. Airy Forest, this dog park has a fenced area on two acres with grassy areas and wood chips. Agility equipment is available. A water hose is also onsite. (See Mt. Airy Dog Park)
Fairgrounds Park 700 S. Railroad Ave. and Fire Engine Red Rd., Loveland, Ohio The dog park is located at the south end of the park. Fence division for small and large breeds. Water fountain for pets.
Fido Field 630 Eggleston Avenue between Gilbert Ave and the I-71overpass, downtown Cincinnati, Ohio This is a fenced-in, off-leash park (with 28,000 square feet) that is maintained by volunteers! There are play areas for large and small breeds. Bring your own water.
Furfield Dog Park 6611 River Rd., Fairfield, Ohio Great view of the Great Miami River. Dog pool. Separate areas for smaller and large breeds. Shaded area. Water is available.
Hamilton Bark Park 20 New London Rd., Hamilton, Ohio Separate areas for small and large breeds. Water station for dogs and owners. Benches and shady areas available.
Harrison Dog Park 300 George Street, Harrison, Ohio Agility equipment. Trees and benches. Water is available seasonly.
Heritage Park 11405 E. Miami River Rd, Colerain Township, Ohio Diamond Dogs Park is located within Heritage Park. Seating, shades areas and water are provided within the 5-acres, fenced-in former baseball field. (See Diamond Dogs Park)
Holly’s Dog Park 2921 Vonnie Vale Ct., Hamilton, Ohio Separate areas for small and large breeds. Agility equipment. (See Schafer’s Run Dog Park)
Hueston Woods State Park 6301 Park Office Road, College Corner, Ohio The dog park is located near the park office and nature center.
Ida Juris Bennett Dog Park 225 Cook Rd., Lebanon, Ohio Located within Tecumseh Park. Three acres of dog-park fun. Separate areas for small and large breeds.
Kellogg Park Dog Field 6701 Kellogg Rd, Anderson Township, CIncinnati, Ohio Fenced-in, four-acre area for dogs to run and roam. Dog-height drinking fountain. Enjoy the dog-themed mural from ArtsWorks. Yearly permit required.
Kennel Resorts 5825 Meadowview Drive, Milford, Ohio Two dog parks available. Membership is required at this private park. Small and large breed areas. Tunnels, sand box, trees, Lake Dogbegone and waterfall. Mt. Airy Dog Park 3006 Westwood Northern Blvd. Within Mt. Airy Forest, this dog park has a fenced area on two acres with grassy areas and wood chips. Agility equipment is available. A water hose is onsite. (See Doris Day Dog Park)
Northside Bark Dog Park 5160 Morning Sun Rd., Oxford, Ohio Open space with hills and trees. Drinking fountain during warmer months. Benches available.
Otto Armleder Dog Park 5057 Wooster Pike, Cincinnati, Ohio (Linwood) Dogs can roam off leash and socialize with other dogs in a fenced area. There are separate areas for large and small breeds. Dog drinking fountains, a canine shower and lots of trees and benches.
Red Dog Park 5081 Madison Road, Madisonville, Cincinnati, Ohio Membership-only park run by Red Dog Pet Resort & Spa, Three acres of fenced grassy and wooded grounds. Separate fenced areas for large and small breeds. Drinking fountains for dogs and owners.
Schappacher Dog Park 4686 Old Irwin Simpson Road, Mason, Ohio There is a 38,000 square foot dog run in this park. There are two sections with a separate small-breed area.
Schafer’s Run Dog Park 2921 Vonnie Vale Ct., Hamilton, Ohio Separate areas for small and large breeds. Agility equipment, (See Holly’s Dog Park)
Simmonds Family Dog Park 8715 Hamilton-Cleves Pike Rd., Cleves, Ohio (Miamitown) This park is located at Miami Whitewater Forest and has 11 acres with four separate fields, dog-agility equipment, shade tree and benches. $3 a day or $10 for an annual pass.
Spencer Shank Memorial Park Robin Way and Canary Lane, Amelia, Ohio Off-leash, fenced in dog park with separate areas for small and large breeds. Benches for owners.
Symmes Township Dog Park 11600 Lebanon Rd., Loveland, Ohio Fenced dog park with shade. (Closed in winter.) Bring your own water.
Summit Park Dog Park 4355 Glendale Milford Road, Blue Ash, Ohio A large, fenced-in area is available for dogs to roam leash free. Benches are located along the perimeter. Dog-height water fountains available.
WagsPark 3810 Church Street, Cincinnati, Ohio (Newtown) NOTE: This park is currently closed. Cincinnati’s largest private dog park. Three acres of grassy areas along with a central lake. Agility equipment for the dogs. Seating for the owners as well as a jumbo TV screen that plays shows and movies. Daily admission fee or yearly membership available.
Washington Park Dog Park 1230 Elm Street, Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati, Ohio The 12,000 square foot fenced area is located within the park. There is a water creek, granite boulders and water spout. Owners can relax on park benches along the perimeter. Dogs can roam without a leash in the dog-park area.
Wiggly Field Dog Park 7850 VOA Park Dr,, West Chester Township, Cincinnati, Ohio Fenced-in dog park within the Voice of America MetroPark. Two areas for small and large breeds. There are benches, shaded structures and trees. Water fountains and water bowls are available.
Boone County Dog Park 5550 Idlewild Rd., Burlington, Kentucky Four-acre park with a 2.5 acre section for small dogs. Shelter and benches. Water fountains for dogs and owners.
Cocoa Dog Park Williamstown, Kentucky This park is located behind the baseball outfield behind the Williamstown City Building. Three separate enclosures for various-sized breeds. Water sources, benches and shade trees. (Watch for gaps in the fence.)
Cynthiana Dog Park 117 Reynolds Ave., Cynthiana, Kentucky Sections for large and small breeds. Well shaded. (Flat Run Dog Park)
England/Idlewood Park and Dog Park 290-acre park with a dog park area. (See Boone County Dog Park) Fort Thomas Dog Park 199 Mayfield Avenue in Highland Hills Park in Fort Thomas, Kentucky Separate fenced areas for small and large breeds. Grassy areas along with a few trails. A water fountain is available on a hill outside of the dog park – you may want to bring your own water. Follow on Facebook.
Newport Dog Park 901 E. 6th Street, Newport, Kentucky (behind the library) Fenced park with benches, exercise and agility features, water fountains and concrete walking paths. Separate area for small and large breeds.
Walton Community Park 35 Old Stephenson Mill Rd., Walton, Kentucky Part of the park has a dog-park area: dog enclosures with benches, trees and a covered table. Uphill walk from the parking lot to access the enclosures. Only the middle enclosure has a water fountain. Bring your own water.
DAYTON AND SPRINGFIELD, OHIO
Canal Run Dog Park 550 S. Main Street, Miamisburg, Ohio Three separate areas for large and small breeds. Water fountain is turned off during the winter. Shade structure.Tunnels and logs for the dogs. Annual registration fee.
Central Bark Dog Park 501 N Western Ave., Springfield, Ohio Three acres with designated areas for large and small breeds. Water and natural play elements. A water fountain is available.
Creager Field Dog Park 210 Shafor Blvd., Dayton, Ohio Separate areas for smaller and large breeds. Benches and fresh drinking water is available. Agility course. (See Oakwood Dog Park)
Deeds Point Dog Park 555 Webster Street in Deeds Point MetroPark Lots of room for dogs to run and explore.
Duke Dog Park 1670 Troy-Sidney Rd., Troy, Ohio Located within Paul G. Duke Park, the dog park has two acres. Area is divided for small and large breeds.
Hazel Woods Park 3789 W. Lower Springboro Rd., Springboro, Ohio Dog drinking fountain. Three gated areas (one for smaller dogs.) Benches. (See Springboro Dog Park.)
Hisey Park Dog Park 5443 Middletown Rd, Waynesville, Ohio Separate areas for small and large breeds. Picnic benches. Bring your own water.
Kitty Hawk/Menlo Park 5210 Sabra Ave., Huber Heights, Ohio Designated areas for small and large breeds. Dog drinking fountain, misting fire hydrant water play feature, benches and trees. Walking paths inside and around the perimeter of the dog park.
Montgomery County Bark Park 6794 Webster Street, Dayton, Ohio Fenced exercise areas. Water is available onsite. Currently closed due to COVID-19.
Oak Grove Dog Park 1790 E Social Row Rd., Centerville, Ohio Fenced area with a separate area for small breeds. This park is closed the first Monday of each month for maintenance.
Oakwood Dog Park at Creager Field 210 Shafor Blvd., Oakwood, Ohio Separate areas for small and large breeds. Benches and fresh drinking water is available. Agility course. (See Creager Field Dog Park)
Snyder Park 501 N. Western Ave., Springfield, Ohio Three acres with designated areas for large and small breeds. Water and natural play elements. A water fountain is available. (See Central Bark Dog Park)
Springboro Dog Park 75 W. Central Avenue, Springboro, Ohio Dog drinking fountain. Three gated areas (one for smaller dogs.) Benches are available. (See Hazel Woods Park.)
Wiggley Field 1545 Pumphouse Rd. Springfield, Ohio Areas for small and large breeds. Grassy area, benches, water fountain, picnic tables and lots of trees. Located inside Old Reid Park.
Aurora Dog Park 107 Manchester Landing, Aurora, Indiana Near the Dearborn Trail entrance. Separate areas for small and large breeds.
Batesville Dog Park 508 E. Eastern Ave., Batesville, Indiana Located with in Liberty Park. Separate areas for small and larger breeds. Benches available. Registration is required.
Brittingham Park 326 S. Broom Street, Madison, Indiana Benches and water fountain available at this .36-acre park.
Demetral Park 2297 Commercial Ave., Madison, Indiana Benches available at this fenced-in .57-acre park. Bring your own water.
Lawrenceburg Dog Park Todd Lane, Lawrenceburg, Indiana Spaces for small and large breeds. Dog fountains and playgrounds.
McCormick Park 702 N. McCormick Ave., Madison, Indiana Benches available at this .38-acre park. Bring your own water.
North Star Dog Park 439 Milky Way, Madison, Indiana Benches available at this 2-acre park. Bring your own water.
Odana School Park 678 S. Segoe Rd., Madison, Indiana 2.8-acre fenced park. No benches or water provided.
Quann Park 1802 Quann-Olin Parkway, Madison, Indiana Benches and water fountain are found at this park.
River Front Dog Park 101 W. Main Street, Madison, Indiana Enjoy the Ohio River views! Separate areas for smaller breeds. Drinking water. Passes available from the City Parks Department.
Todd Creech Park 148 Front St., Lawrenceburg, Indiana Separate area for smaller and large breeds. Grassy area and paved paths. Water bowls.
Walnut Grove Park 202 N. Westfield Rd., Madison, Indiana Benches are available at this 1.17-acre park. Bring your own water.
Warner Park 2301 Sheridan Dr., Madison, Indiana Benches are found at this park. Bring your own water. Water in the lagoon is not tested.
Mid-Century Songbook: Ella, Nat and More April 2–3, 2021 Music Hall, Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati, Ohio John Morris Russell conducts the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. The April 3rd performance will be live-streamed simultaneously.
Breakfast with the Animals April 9 and 18, 2021 (+May 5 and 22, June 4, 19; July 17, 31; August 7 and 28) Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden at 3400 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio Enjoy early admission to the zoo as well as a full breakfast buffet. See the animals as they awake! Obtain tickets asap – this event sells out!
Cerrone Brass Premier & Ellington April 9–11, 2021 (+April 30) Music Hall, Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati, Ohio This Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra will also be live streamed on April 30, 2021
Rock the Block April 10, 2021 Various locations through Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio Clean up projects throughout local communities in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio
Wild About Spring Wildflowers April 10, 2021 Rentschler Forest MetroPark at the Riverview Shelter at 5701 Reigert Rd., Fairfield, Ohio Search for spring flowers
Art on Vine at Washington Park April 11, 2021 (+May 9 and June 6) Washington Park at 1230 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio Local artists will be selling their pieces
Ballet, Beatles & Bowling April 11, 2021 Pohlman Lanes at 954 Pyramid Hill Boulevard, Hamilton, Ohio Miami Valley Ballet Theater will put on their bowling shoes at Pohlman Lanes and feature their ballet moves to the music of the Beatles
Cincy Seltzer Fest 2021 April 17, 2021 The Fowling Warehouse at 2940 Highland Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio Enjoy sipping seltzers!
Burlington Antique Show April 18, 2021 Boone County Fairgrounds at 5819 Idelwood Rd., Burlington, Kentucky Find a treasure!
Rock the Block April 10, 2021 Various locations through Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio Clean up projects throughout local communities in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio SE Indiana Guild Spring Art & Photography Show April 12–24, 2021 302 Second Street, Aurora, Indiana 812-221-1252 for more info – Enjoy the art!
Spring is almost here! Be sure to grab your mask and head out to enjoy a fun, local event. Although some events are virtual, there are still quite a few things to do throughout our communities in person. Events are listed by region and date. CINCINNATI AND NORTHERN KENTUCKY
Rapunzel’s Hairy Fairy Tale Through March 21, 2021 Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati – Redbank location, Cincinnati, Ohio Public and digital performances
28th Annual Bockfest March 5–7, 2021 Bockfest Hall and various venues in Over-the-Rhine in Cincinnati, Ohio Celebrate the Coming of Spring, Over-the-Rhine’s brewing heritage, and bock beer at the largest Bockfest in the United States
Let’s Go Hiking! Scavenger Hunt March 20, 2021 Huffman Park at 2100 John Gray Rd., Fairfield, Ohio Find objects along the trail. Space is limited. Pruning Seminar March 21, 2021 Spring Grove Cemetery & Arboretum at 4521 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio Learn from the experts how to prune from this outdoor walking seminar. Rain or shine.
Easter Egg Hunt March 27, 2021 Liberty Park at 6757 Yankee Rd, Liberty Township, Ohio Have fun searching for eggs!
Easter in Candyland March 27, 2021 Liberty Home Association: 2361 Hamilton Cleves Rd., Hamilton, Ohio The candyland trail guides you! Easter Bunny breakfast.
Easter Egg Hunt March 27, 2021 Freedom Park at 550 Freedom Park Dr., Edgewood, Kentucky Masks required. 2pm event.
Easter Egg Bunny Express March 27–28 + April 2–4, 2021 LM&M Railroad at 127 S. Mechanic Street, Lebanon, Ohio 45036 Enjoy a train ride with the Easter Bunny! Kids will enjoy an easter egg hunt
Things That Flutter: Rookeries March 27, 2021 Gilmore MetroPark at 7950 Gilmore Rd., Hamilton, Ohio Observe birds and learn about their nesting grounds. Space is limited.
Egg Orienteering March 28, 2021 Forest Run MetroPark Timberman Ridge area at 1976 Timberman Rd., Hamilton, Ohio Forest Run MetroPark Wildlife Preserve area at 1810 Hamilton-New London Rd., Hamilton, Ohio Egg hunt course with a map. Pre-registration required.
Egg-Splorers March 29 – April 4, 2021 Fairfield Parks Six large wooded Easter eggs will be placed in 6 of the city’s 29 parks. Find all six eggs — take a photo of them by April 5 and email the pics to email@example.com. Prizes to be awarded!
Best Restaurants Event March 29, 2021 Delta Hotel by Marriott at 11320 Chester Road, Sharonville, Ohio Cincinnati Magazine presents local restaurants offering tasting portions
For January 2021, local home sales increased throughout the region. In Cincinnati, the median sales price increased (over the prior year) for the 21st consecutive month. The median days on market was just four days which is a 73% decrease from January 2020. Also in Cincinnati, 1,541 homes sold in January – a record for any January. In Northern Kentucky, home sales for January rose by 4% and sales prices increased by 15%. In the Dayton region, home sales units increased from last January by 10%. Sales volume increased by 25%.
Mortgage rates are low. Home values are high. It’s a great time to list your home for sale and for buyers to find their dream home.
Here is a report by region of homes sales throughout January 2021:
CINCINNATI OHIO / SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA
January 2021 vs January 2020
11.8% Increase in homes sold (1,524 homes)
15.2% Increase in median sale price ($202,750)
25% Increase in sales volume ($374,200,000 vs $298,800,800 in 2020)
-47.7% Decrease in active homes for sale (1,628 units)