A certain level of stress is expected in real estate. After all, it’s often the biggest purchase of our lives and there’s a lot at stake. Add in the pressure of a pandemic, a hyper-competitive market for buyers, then top it off with a scarcity of listings, and now you’ve got stress overload. Mental clarity eludes you and productivity plunges.
As a brokerage, it’s part of our mission to help support each other in bringing our best selves to our jobs, so we can all succeed together. In order to address the struggles caused by high stress levels in today’s real estate market, we partnered with WISe Wellness Guild to offer “Turning Stress into Success” an event designed to bring us together to share strategies for stress management.
Agents and employees of Sibcy Cline were invited to gather at Kenwood Country Club for a panel discussion led by Dr. Sarah Crawford and Dr. Maria Espinola. Dr. Crawford is the Owner of Anchor Wellness and a physical therapist specializing in chronic pain. Dr. Espinola is a Harvard-trained psychologist and the CEO of the Institute for Health Equity and Innovation. After the discussion and some stress-relieving exercises led by the doctors, participants were invited for a relaxing happy hour event on the patio.
7 ways to manage “Fight or Flight” from Dr. Sarah Crawford
Do more of what makes you feel good (ie; exercise, socialize with friends, walk the dog)
Journaling/Reading/Listening to music
7 Personal and professional stress-management techniques from Dr. Maria Espinola
Mothers’ Day is coming up, so we wanted to check in with some of our Sibcy Cline moms to find out how motherhood and real estate fit together in their lives. What kind of flexibility does a career in real estate offer and does it allow them to be the moms they want to be? Here’s what they had to say.
Maura Black, Sibcy Cline Western Hills
There’s no question that this kind of work allows you significantly more flexibility than some other career paths. This year I have a kindergartner and I block off one morning a month where I help in the classroom. It’s an “appointment” I wouldn’t miss for the world!
I can’t remember a time when real estate was not a part of my family’s life. I grew up in a family that owned a construction company. Our weekends consisted of car rides and visiting dad’s job sites to check on them. As I got older, I helped courier blueprints across town for allowance money! Being around that taught me that it was good family time and that there was a way I could integrate my family life into my work. I watched people make big deals and that kind of risk-taking was normalized for me.
There’s no question that this kind of work allows you significantly more flexibility than some other career paths. This year I have a kindergartner and I block off one morning a month where I help in their classroom. It’s an “appointment “ I wouldn’t miss for the world! Also, I’m very active on the PTA and I’m so glad I can help the school, AND it has also led to some work-related opportunities for me. Doing good is good for business, too! I also think it’s good for my boys to see that I work hard and observe how to present yourself professionally with clients.
Sherry Powell, Sibcy Cline Fairfield
Real Estate has helped me to be the mother that I want to be because I want my children, especially my daughter, to know that women can have it ALL, family and career. It allows me to show my children that whatever you put your mind to and work hard to accomplish, it can be done!
The opportunity to work around my family life was definitely part of my decision to pursue real estate. My family is everything to me and it is so important for me to be a parent that is PRESENT. I am intentional about building memories with my family. I have three sisters and I am blessed to have both of my parents around so we usually get together to celebrate, especially Sunday dinners at my parents’ house after church. My church family is important to me as well! Real Estate allows me the flexibility to be present at milestones and family events.
Real Estate has helped me to be the mother that I want to be because I want my children, especially my daughter, to know that women can have it ALL, family and career. It allows me to show my children that whatever you put your mind to and work hard to accomplish, it can be done! Real Estate doesn’t feel like work to me because I love helping others pursue their dreams. It is important to live not a balanced life, but a life of harmony where career and personal life don’t compete. I think Mary Kay Ash said it best: “The real success of our personal lives and careers can best be measured by the relationships we have with the people most dear to us — our family, friends, and coworkers. If we fail in this aspect of our lives, no matter how vast our worldly possessions or how high on the corporate ladder we climb, we will have achieved very little.”
Tiffany Allen-Zeuch, Sibcy Cline West Chester
Being my own boss and running a business shows my daughters that girl bosses rock and you can achieve anything if you put in the work.
I obtained my real estate license prior to being married, so I definitely didn’t get into real estate to accommodate my family life. Later I got married and then had two daughters, so I learned how to be flexible and become better at time management once adding kids into the mix with this career.
Being a real estate agent has allowed me many opportunities to be the best mom as possible. Having a flexible schedule has allowed me to go to important events at school. As my kids have gotten older, it has allowed me the flexibility to travel for sporting events. My flexible schedule also allows me to drive my kids to and from school, which is awesome one-on-one time with my kids during the day. Being my own boss and running a business shows my daughters that girl bosses rock and you can achieve anything if you put in the work.
Lauren Ashley Scallon, Sibcy Cline Kenwood
Do I miss meals occasionally? Yes. Have my children learned that I’m not always available? Yes. Do I have to bring home ice cream after late showings? Absolutely.
The opportunity to build my career around my family life was a big part of my decision to pursue real estate, but balance is a “choose your own adventure” in this career. I’m learning to use “no” as a complete sentence. If I can’t, I can’t, and I will refer someone who can. Time is valuable and I have had to reset a few times. Sometimes ambition and family life struggle for middle earth, but my children have agreed to let me represent them in future real estate transactions. So, you could say I’m farming leads from within my own home.
Working in real estate gives me the opportunity to take on something outside of motherhood. It allows me to use my creativity and negotiating skills for things above and beyond finding ways to get a toddler to put on shoes. Do I miss meals occasionally? Yes. Have my children learned that I’m not always available? Yes. Do I have to bring home ice cream after late showings? Absolutely.
Annie Rusche, Sibcy Cline Hyde Park
Real estate has made me a more patient and positive mom. Closing a deal requires patience and problem-solving, just like getting an infant to sleep through the night or teaching a toddler to eat with a fork.
A lot of the skills that come with being a mom of infant twins and a two-year-old are important to the success of my real estate career: patience, multitasking, answering questions and concerns, communication, and more. Being a real estate agent isn’t just touring pretty houses and writing effortless contracts. It takes a lot of hard work to get from A-Z and you have to continue to help keep your clients positive when you hit bumps in the road. The same goes for raising kids!
Real estate has made me a more patient and positive mom. Closing a deal requires patience and problem-solving, just like getting an infant to sleep through the night or teaching a toddler to eat with a fork. As a mom, I hope to always be a teacher and caregiver for my kids and working as a real estate agent enhances those skills.
Being a real estate agent allows me to work and spend as much time with my kids as possible. I don’t have to miss all those special moments because I’m at an office or work a typical work schedule. I get to help clients make one of the most important purchases of their lifetime and attend that important holiday-themed gym class all on the same day. Life is so good as a REALTOR® Mom!
Jessica Frazier, Sibcy Cline Western Hills
This is a lucrative career that allows me to make memories with my daughter, properly care for her when she’s sick, and pay attention to her wants, needs and desires. I can do all of this without the stress and anxiety of losing my career because I’m taking care of my family.
My decision to pursue real estate was absolutely about the opportunity to work around my daughter. This is a lucrative career that allows me to make memories with my daughter, properly care for her when she’s sick, and pay attention to her wants, needs and desires. I can do all of this without the stress and anxiety of losing my career because I’m taking care of my family.
As a single parent, any career choice can be quite challenging. However, becoming a realtor has allowed me to be the best mom because I run the show! This career option allows me to make an impact on the community, help others realize their dream of home ownership, volunteer for school activities, and be home to cook meals and spend quality time with my daughter. I can attend her performances and pickup/dropoff to school everyday, all while doing what I love! In this tough market, it’s easy to lose sight of time and get too busy. so setting boundaries is extremely important to being the best mom and keeping a healthy work-life balance.
Regina Hamilton, Sibcy Cline Harrison
We had to put a lot of time and dedication into our business while our children were young and unfortunately, that meant missing out on sports events and other moments. While it was hard, there were many parts of life that were a complete blessing. Our children saw us work hard for our family and were taught at a very young age nothing comes without hard work.
I first started real estate to make extra income. After about 3 years, my husband Gary’s company closed and he started helping me. The dynamic worked and we never looked back. We are an extremely tight-knit family and have been able to balance work and family life.
Working in real estate has presented it challenges. We had to put a lot of time and dedication into our business while our children were young and unfortunately, that meant missing out on sports events and other moments. While it was hard, there were many parts of life that were a complete blessing. Our children saw us work hard for our family and were taught at a very young age nothing comes without hard work. While our oldest two children pursued other careers, our youngest son Jesse is now part of Team Hamilton as a real estate agent. Building a family business that one of our children can be a part of has been worth all the hard work and dedication!
Stacy Rickert, Sibcy Cline Montgomery
I can volunteer at school, attend their events and functions while creating a real estate network within mom life. My kids are a part of my business and my business includes my kids. I wouldn’t want it any other way!
I started in real estate before I had kids, but a family was definitely on my mind. I had no idea at the time what an important role this career choice would play as a busy mom.
A career in real estate has allowed me to be the mother I want to be by being able to be present and involved in my kids activities and day to day life. I can volunteer at school, attend their events and functions while creating a real estate network within mom life. My kids are a part of my business and my business includes my kids. I wouldn’t want it any other way!
Libby Paulinelli, Sibcy Cline Montgomery
Being a real estate agent allows me to be the Mom I want to be in many ways. It is so important to me to be present every minute I get with Daniel.
Even though I started real estate before I became a mother, the flexibility to work around family life was a big deciding factor. My mom always said it worked well for her when we were little, and now that I’m able to experience it firsthand, I’m SO glad I did.
Being a real estate agent allows me to be the Mom I want to be in many ways. It is so important to me to be present every minute I get with Daniel. It took a few months to figure out with an unpredictable schedule, but we’ve created what works best for us. He even enjoys coming to showings with me sometimes!
Kas Winkler, Sibcy Cline Northeast
As a single mom my job allows me the flexibility I need in the daily grind. I also know with the right mindset and consistency that the possibilities are endless.
Having made a lot of life changes in the past few years this one seemed to be one of the next chapters of my book. As a single mom, my job allows me the flexibility I need in the daily grind. I also know with the right mindset and consistency that the possibilities are endless. I can’t wait to see what the future holds.
Making the change to become a real estate agent was something I worked hard to achieve. I think my daughter can see how hard I work at my job but also how much I love it.
Inventory of homes for sale remains low. It may be a great time for you to sell now and take advantage high home values. Here is a report by region of homes sales throughout March 2022:
CINCINNATI OHIO / SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA
March 2022 vs March 2021
-6.1% Decrease in homes sold (1,991 homes) 12.5% Increase in median sale price ($247,475) 3.2% Increase in sales volume ($583,436,440) 5.2% Increase in active homes for sale (1,284 units) -2.0 Decrease in new listings (2,658 units) Median days on market: 2
Year To Date 2022 vs Year To Date 2021
-3.3% Decrease in homes sold (5,103 vs 5,277 homes) 11.9% Increase in median sale price ($235,000 vs 210,000 ) 6.9% Increase in sales volume ($1,438,581,.536 vs $1,345,613,933)
1.20% Increase in homes sold (1,270 units vs 1,255 units) 13.03% Increase in average sale price ($231,464 vs $204,779) 8.29% Increase in median sale price ($189,500 vs $175,000) 14.38% Increase in gross sales volume ($293,959,452 vs $256,998,168)
Year To Date 2022 vs Year To Date 2021 -.84% Decrease in homes sold (3,330 units vs 3,328 units) 12.01% Increase in average sale price ($221,057 vs $197,354) 10.10% Increase in median sale price ($182,000 vs $165,300) 11.07% Increase in gross sales volume ($729,487,879 vs $656,793,875)
-9.88% Decrease in homes sold (584 homes vs 648 homes) 17.26% Increase in average sale price ($285,630 vs $243,588) 16.49% Increase in median sale price ($245,000 vs $210,325) 5.68% Increase in sales volume ($166,808,409 vs $157,845,434)
Year-To-Date 2022vs Year-To-Date 2021
-10.58% Decrease in homes sold (1,471 homes vs 1,645 homes) 17.38% Increase in average sale price ($280,354 vs $238,844) 15.94% Increase in median sale price ($240,000 vs $207,000) 4.96% Increase in sales volume ($412,401,650 vs $392,898,560)
Statistics courtesy of N Kentucky Association of Realtors®
May is here and it’s a great time of year to explore your community. There are plenty of fun things to do throughout Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky; Southeastern Indiana; and Dayton and Springfield, Ohio. Find a local event or two from our list. They are in order by region and then by date.
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Cincinnati Streetcar Food Tour (CENTRAL) May 4 and 18, 2022 (+Jun 1/15/29, Jul 13/27, Aug 10/24, Sep 7/21, Oct 5/19, Nov 2/16, Dec 7) Findlay Market at 1801 Race St., Cincinnati, Ohio The streetcar will take you to destinations for tastes at 4 restaurants/specialty shops
Public Tram Tour (WEST) May 4, 2022 Spring Grove Cemetery at 4521 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio Enjoy riding the tram while touring
Into the Woods (NORTH) May 5–8, 2022 Sorg Opera House at 63 S. Main St., Middletown, Ohio Musical about a baker and his wife
All-American Food Tour in Pendleton (CENTRAL) May 6 and 20, 2022 (+Jun 3/17, Jul 1/29, Aug 12/26, Sept 16/30, Oct 14/28, Nov 12) Ziegler Park ar 1322 Sycamore St., Cincinnati, Ohio 3-hour walking tour to historic buildings, public art and food/cocktail
Mission Possible (EAST) May 6–2, 2022 Loveland Stage Company at 111 S. 2nd St. (Rt 48), Loveland, Ohio A spoof
Appalachian Festival (EAST) May 7–8, 2022 Coney Island at 6201 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio Crafts and food
Asian Food Fest (CENTRAL) May 7–8, 2022 2nd Street near The Banks, downtown Cincinnati, Ohio Live entertainment, local and Asian beer, activities
Breakfast with the Animals (CENTRAL) May 7 and 20, 2022 (+June 4 and 30; July 9 and 16; August 6 and 19) 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!
Original Findlay Market Tour (CENTRAL) May 7, 14, 21 and 28, 2022 (weekly tours through Dec 3, 2022) Findlay Market at 1801 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 90-minute tour includes meeting merchants. and samples from 5 shops
Rivergrass Festival (EAST) May 7–8, 2022 Riverfront Live at 4343 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio
Signature Over-the-Rhine Tour (CENTRAL) May 7, 14, 21 and 28, 2022 (+Jun 4/11/18/25, Jul 2/9/16/23/30, Aug 6/13/20/27, Sep 3/10/24, Oct 1/8/15/22/29, Nov 5/19, Dec 3) Findlay Market at 1801 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 3-hour walking tour starting at Findlay Market to Washington Park to Music Hall; Lunch from 4 restaurants and a glass of beer or wine
SpringFest (NORTH) May 7, 2022 Lebanon, Ohio Local artists, food and vendors
Findlay Market Mini Tour (CENTRAL) May 11 and 25, 2022 (+Jun 8/22, Jul 6/20, Aug 3/17/31, Sep 14/28, Oct 12/26, Nov 9/23/30, Dec 14/28) 1801 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio One-hour walking tour of the market; tips and stories
Bold Moves Festival (CENTRAL) May 12–22, 2022 Aronoff Center at 650 Walnut St., Cincinnati, Ohio Six rotating performances
Art in Bloom May 13–15, 2022 Cincinnati Art Museum at 953 Eden Park Dr., Cincinnati, Ohio
Garth Brooks Concert (CENTRAL) May 13–14, 2022 Paul Brown Stadium, downtown Cincinnati, Ohio Hear his music in the round!
Salsa on the Square (CENTRAL) May 12, 19 and 26, 2022 (+Jun 9, 16, 23, and 30; Jul 7, 14, 21 and 28; Aug 4, 11,18 and 25; Sep 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29) Fountain Square at 5th and Vine Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio Live Latin bands and dance instructors
Hyde Park Food and Drink Tour (EAST) May 13, 2022 (+Jun 10/24, Jul 8/22, Aug 19, Sep 9 /23, Oct 7/21, Nov 11, Dec 9) The Echo at 3510 Edwards Road, Cincinnati, Ohio Start at The Echo and then discover more dining on the square
Walk on Wilburn May 13, 2022 (+Jun 10, Jul 8, Aug 12, Sep 9, Oct 14, Nov 11, Dec 9) East Walnut Hills business district along Woodburn Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio Shop, eat and enjoy
The City Flea (CENTRAL) May 14, 2022 (+Jun 11, Jul 16, Aug 20, Sept 17, Oct 8 and Dec TBD) Washington Park in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati, Ohio See what treasures you can find from 100+ vendors! Food trucks, too
Escape the Village (EAST) May 14, 2020 (+Jun 18, Jul 16, Aug 20 and Sep 17) Heritage Village Museum at 11450 Lebanon Rd., Sharonville, (Cincinnati) Ohio Escape-room challenge from one of two escape rooms; reservations required
Food Truck Rally – Loveland (EAST) May 14, 2022 Shopper’s Haven Plaza at 675 Loveland-Madeira Rd., Loveland, Ohio 25 food trucks, live music and play area
Girls Night Out (NORTH) May 14, 2022 (+Aug 13 and Nov 12) Downtown Lebanon, Ohio Shopping and more
Hamilton Flea (NORTH) May 14, 2022 (+Jun 11, Jul 9, Aug 13 and Sep 10) Marcum Park in downtown Hamilton, Ohio Urban artisan market!
The Off Market (EAST) May 14, 2021 (+Jun 11, Jul 9, Aug 13 and Sep 10) Summit Park at 4335 Glendale Milford Rd., Blue Ash, Ohio Artisans, brewers, bakers and farmers gather to sell
Tiny Beautiful Things (CENTRAL) May 18 – June 25, 2022 Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati at 1127 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio A writer becomes an advice columnist
Touch a Truck (EAST) May 18, 2022 Summit Park at 4335 Glendale-Milford Rd., Blue Ash, Ohio 4pm–7pm All kinds of trucks to explore
Cincinnati International Wine Festival (CENTRAL + OTHER LOCATIONS) May 19–21, 2022 Duke Energy Convention Center at 525 Elm Street and select restaurants Taste all kinds of wine with 700 wines from 100 wineries May 19: Winery Dinner Series at select restaurants May 20–21: Grand tastings at Duke Energy Convention Center
Artisan Fair (West) May 21, 2022 Arts Center Front Lawn at 9158 Winton Rd., CIncinnati, Ohio (Springdale) Handmade goods, farmers market
Cherry Street Murder Mystery Train (NORTH) May 21, 2022 (+Jun 18, Jul 16, Aug 27, Sep 24 and Oct 8/15/22/29) Lebanon Mason & Monroe Railroad at 16 E. South St., Lebanon, Ohio An evening of mystery featuring the Mason Community Players; solve the mystery
Loveland Concerts in the Park (EAST) May 22, 2022 (+Jun 12/26, Jul 31; Aug 28; Sept 18) Nisbet Park and Amphitheater at 126 Karl Brown Way, Loveland, Ohio Bring your chairs and blankets for this free concert. 6pm–8pm
Public Tram Tour (WEST) May 22, 2022 Spring Grove Cemetery at 4521 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio
Concert in the Park (Loveland) (EAST) May 23, 2022 (+Jun 12, 26; Jul 31; Aug 28; Sep 18) Nisbet Park at 126 Karl Brown Way, Loveland, Ohio Free concerts from 6pm–8pm
Tori Amos Concert (CENTRAL) May 24, 2022 Taft Theatre at 317 East Fifth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Hump Day Concert Series (NORTH) May 25, 2022 (Wednesdays through Aug 10) Voice of America MetroPark Athletic Complex at 7850 VOA Park Dr., West Chester, Ohio Free concerts – General admission tickets required. Music begins at 7pm
The Takeover – Live Music in the Park (NORTH) May 26, 2022 (+Jun 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; Jul 7, 14, 21, 28; Aug 4, 11, 18) The Square at Union Centre at 9285 Centre Pointe Dr., West Chester, Ohio 6pm–9pm at the clock tower
Final Friday (CENTRAL) May 27, 2022 Pendleton Art Center at 1310 Pendleton St., Cincinnati, Ohio Art, music and food!
Memorial Day Weekend (WEST) May 27–30, 2022 Spring Grove Cemetery at 4521 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio
Peter and The Starcatcher (NORTH) May 27–29, 2022 Fairfield Community Arts Center at 411 Wessel Dr., Fairfield, Ohio An adventure story based on the novel
RiversEDGE 2021 Concerts (NORTH) May 27, 2022 (+June 9, 18 and 25; plus dates in July/Aug/Sep) 116 Dayton Street, Hamilton, Ohio Live music along the rive
Symmes Honors Veterans (EAST) May 27, 2022 Home of the Brave Park at 11605 Lebanon Rd., Symmes Township (Cincinnati), Ohio Tom Segura World Tour (CENTRAL) May 27–28, 2022 Arnoff Center at 650 Walnut St., Cincinnati, Ohio
Coney Island Opening Day (EAST) May 28, 2022 Coney Island at 6201 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio Quarter mile or water slides, nation’s largest pool
Jazz on the Square (NORTH) May 28, 2022 (+Jun 25, Jul 23, Aug 27) Downtown Middletown, Ohio
Memorial Day Ceremony (WEST) May 30, 2022 Green Township Veterans Park at 6231 Harrison Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio
Memorial Day Parade in Loveland (EAST) May 30, 2022 Loveland Elementary at 600 Loveland Madeira Rd., Loveland, Ohio Parade begins at 9am. Ceremony at W. Loveland Ave. after the parade
Memorial Day March and Ceremony (EAST) May 30, 2022 at 9:30am Madeira, Ohio March begins at Madeira Middle School at 6612 Miami Avenue and heads north to Dawson Road Ceremony at the Veterans Memorial at McDonald Commons Park at 7451 Dawson Road.
Open Aircraft Days at the Air Force Museum May 21, 2022 (+Jun 18, Jul 16, Aug 13, Sep 17, Oct 15, Nov 11, Dec 10) National Museum of the US Air Force at 1100 Spaatz St., Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio An aircraft is available for an up-close look
2022 Superhero Donut Run May 21, 2022 Centerville High School at 500 E. Franklin St., Centerville, Ohio Wear your costume!
Trust Olympics May 21, 2022 Russ Nature Reserve at 2380 Kemp Rd., Beavercreek, Ohio Teams of 2 compete in various obstacles and tasks that involve trust
Blessing of the Bikes May 22, 2022 Kil-Kare Raceway at 1166 Dayton-Xenia Rd., Xenia, Ohio Receive a blessing for a safe riding season
Fleurs de Fete May 22, 2022 1000 Carillon Blvd., Dayton, Ohio 300 wine samplings and tastes from local restaurants Gnome Homes & Fairy Fortresses May 24, 2022 James Ranch Park at 177 Fairground Rd., Xenia, Ohio Learn how to build tiny homes in your yard
Jim Witter: The Piano Man May 24, 2022 CHS Performing Arts Center at 500 E. Franklin St., Centerville, Ohio Music of Billy Joel and Elton John
One of the best parts about living in our region is the robust and diverse arts scene. In addition to a healthy roster of music venues and art museums, it is full of both professional and community theater. Below is a sampling of what some of our community theaters are offering this season.
Community theaters are listed alphabetically for Cincinnati, Dayton and Springfield, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana:
The Carnegie 1028 Scott Boulevard, Covington, Kentucky Disney’s Little Mermaid: April 20 – May 1, 2022 Musicville: May 7–7, 2022 A Wop Bop A Loo Bop: May 15, 2022 Into the Woods: June 18 – Aug 27, 2022 (various dates) Rent: July 16 – Aug 26, 2022 (various dates) George Remus, A New Musical: Aug 13–28, 2022 Singin’ in the Rain: Jan 28 – Feb 12, 2023
Ada and the Engine: May 6–22, 2022 Harvey: July 8–24, 2022 This Random World: September 2022 The Gods of Comedy: November 2022 Dearly Departed: January 2023 August: Osage County: March 2023 Cry It Out: May 2023
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 email@example.com and we will add it!
DAILY Busse’s Fruit and Vegetable Farm 7096 State Road 48, Aurora, Indiana (mid June – October 2022) You will also find them at the Lawrenceburg Farmers’ Market Call to make sure they are open: 812-926-1807
There are many great reasons to live in Dayton and Springfield, 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 and Springfield 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 (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll add them.
Fairborn Farmers Market Corner of Main Street and Grand Avenue (Fifth Third Commons parking lot) in Fairborn, Ohio. (May – October 2022) 10am–2pm (on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays. the market is open 3pm–7pm)
St. Paris Farmers’ Market 3pm–6pm (Starts early May 2022) 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 2022) Summer: 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–3pm
Shiloh Farmers’ Market 5300 Philadelphia Drive, Dayton, Ohio. (early June – early October 2022) 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 2022) 9am–12:30pm Indoor market January–March: 11am–2pm at Mother Stewarts Brewing Company
Yellow Springs Farmers Market 100 Dayton Street in the Bryan Center Parking lot, Yellow Springs, Ohio. (May – September, 2022) 7am–12pm Except 2nd Saturdays in June and October: Moves to Sunday 9am–11am April, October and November: 9am–11am
2nd Street Market 600 E 2nd Street, Dayton, Ohio. (Year round. Outdoor market: June-December) 11am–3pm
Franklin Farmer Market 1 Benjamin Franklin Way, Franklin, Ohio 9am –1pm through (late May – mid September 2022)
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 email@example.com and we’ll add them!
Boone County Farmers Market 6028 Camp Ernst Road, Burlington, Kentucky. Hours: 10am–5pm (mid May – October 2022) Summer Hours: 9am–6pm (end of May – early September 2022) Winter Hours: Day after Thanksgiving through April: 10am–8pm (weather permitting)
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 – firstname.lastname@example.org – and we’ll add them!
Brown’s Family Farm Market 11620 Hamilton-Cleves Road, Hamilton, Ohio (Daily – weather dependent) 9am–7pm (April – mid November 2022)
Hyde Park Farmers’ Market 2700 Erie Avenue at the square, Hyde Park, Cincinnati, Ohio Summer Market: 9:30am–1:00pm (May–October 2022) Turkey Tuesday: Tuesday before Thanksgiving (6:30pm–8:30pm) – evening market for Thanksgiving items including turkey and sides
Northside Farmers’ Market Summer Market: 4222 Hamilton Ave. (outside behind North Church), Northside, Cincinnati, Ohio. Winter Market: at North Presbyterian Church at 4222 Hamilton Ave. April–November: 4pm–7pm December–March: 4pm–6pm
Riverfront Market Smale Riverfront Park at the Castellini Esplanade Mid May – end of October 2022 (Wed: 4pm–8pm; Sun: 9am–2pm) – Unconfirmed Vendors and food trucks
Liberty Farm Market 5850 Princeton Road, Liberty Township, Ohio Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 10am–6pm Saturday and Sunday: 10am–6pm
Madeira Farmers’ Market May–September: 4pm–7pm at 7001 Miami Avenue, (corner of Miami and Dawson) Madeira, OH October: 4pm–6:30pm at 7001 Miami Avenue, (corner of Miami and Dawson) Madeira, OH November–April: 4pm–6pm at Madeira Silverwood Presbyterian Church at 8000 Miami Avenue
Madisonville Farm Stand Wednesdays and Thursdays during growing season (unconfirmed) Lighthouse Green Learning Center at 5303 Ward Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Deerfield Farmers’ Market Kingswood Park at 4188 Irwin Simpson Road, Mason, Ohio Summer Market: 9am-–12pm (Early May – End of October 2022) Winter Market: 10am–11am (November 2022 – April, 2023 3rd Saturday of each month)
Delhi Farmers Market Delhi Park at 5125 Foley Road in Delhi, Cincinnati, Ohio (end of May – end of August 2022) 9am–12pm
Mt. Washington Farmers’ Market Stanbery Park in Mt. Washington (Cincinnati, Ohio) 9am–12pm (May–September 2022) Unconfirmed for 2022
Norwood – Off Pike Market Mills Avenue at Victory Park, Norwood, Ohio 9am–1pm: 3rd Saturday in June – September 2022 Local produce and music, food trucks and more Facebook
Oxford Farmers’ Market Parking lot north of Memorial Park, Oxford, Ohio (Summer Season: May–October 2022 ) 9am–12pm
Fall Season: October 2022– Saturday before Thanksgiving Main and High Street, Oxford, Ohio 9am–12pm
Winter Season: December 2022–April 2023: Main and High Street, Oxford, OH – (every 3rd Saturday) 10am–12pm
West Chester Art & Farmers’ Market Summer Market: 9am-1pm (mid May–October) at 9285 Centre Pointe Drive, West Chester, Ohio Winter Market: 2pm–4pm on 1st and 3rd Saturdays (November–March) at Mulhauser Barn at 8558 Beckett Rd., West Chester, Ohio Follow on Facebook
See Northern Kentucky Farmers’ Markets here. See Dayton and Springfield, Ohio Farmers’ Markets here. See Southeastern Indiana Farmers’ Markets here.
When is it time for ice cream? Anytime! Spring, however, is known as the start of “soft-serve ice cream season”. Many small-business ice cream shops are re-opening their doors at this time to sell their tasty treats. Most call them “creamy whip”, “whippy dip” or “dairy whip” and that just means it’s soft-serve style ice cream swirled into a cone or cup.
Be sure to try a local creamy whip or two this spring and summer. Add a chocolate dip top, sprinkles, flavored syrup, flavor bursts – or enjoy a simple cone.
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