2019 Guide to Farmers’ Markets in Southeastern Indiana

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 sknabe@sibcycline.com and we will add it!

DAILY
Busse’s Fruit and Vegetable Farm 
7096 State Road 48, Aurora, Indiana (mid June – October 2019)
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, 2019)
8am–12pm

White’s Farm – Flea and Farmer’s Market
6028 Holland Rd (US 52), Brookville, Indiana 47012 (May – July)
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, 2019)
8am–12pm

FRIDAY
Bright Farmer’s Market
Providence Presbyterian Church at 23983 Salt Fork Road, Bright, Indiana (June – early October, 2019)
3pm–6:30pm

Brookville
Brookville Treatment plant in Brookville, Indiana (May 24 – October, 2019)
3:30pm–7pm

SATURDAY
Batesville Farmer’s Market
Downtown Batesville, Indiana (May – October 2019)
8am–11am

Lawrenceburg Farmers’s Market
Newtown Park (along US 50), Lawrenceburg, Indiana (June – mid October, 2019)
9am–1pm

Madison Farmers’ Market
Broadway Fountain at corner of Main Street and Broadway, Madison, Indiana (April – October, 2019)
8am–12pm

Rising Sun Farmer’s Market
Corner of Main and Walnut Streets, Rising Sun, Indiana (May-October, 2019)
8:30am–12pm

2019 Guide to Local Farmers’ Markets in Dayton, Ohio

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 (sknabe@sibcycline.com) 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 of Devil Wind Brewing at 130 South Detroit St., Xenia, Ohio.  (June through end of October 2019)
2pm–6pm

Mechanicsburg Farmers & Artisans Market
Unity Park at North Main Main St., Mechanicsburg, Ohio. (June– early September 2019)
4:00pm–6:30pm

Dayton VA Farmers Market
Dayton VA Medical Center at 4100 W. Third Street in Dayton, Ohio (June – September, 2019)
10am–2pm

Miami County Farmers’ Market
First Place Christian Center at 16 W. Franklin Street, Troy, Ohio (Year round)
5pm– 7pm
Virtual market. Place your order online then pick up your order!


WEDNESDAYS

Downtown Miamisburg Farmers’ Market
1146 E. Central Avenue at Miamisburg Christian Church, Miamisburg, Ohio. (July-October 2019)
3pm–7pm

Fairborn Farmers Market
Corner of Main Street and Grand Avenue (Fifth Third Commons parking lot) in Fairborn, Ohio. (April – November 2019)
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 16 – October 31, 2019)
2:30pm-6:30pm
November/December Markets: Third Thursday from 12pm-4pm at Benham’s Grove Barn at 166 North Main St. (November 21 and December 19, 2019)

Lebanon Farmers’ Market
Corner of Main Street and Sycamore Street, Lebanon, Ohio. (mid May – mid October 2019)
3pm-7pm

Piqua Community Farmers’ Market
High Street in front of the Piqua Public Library (Fort Piqua Plaza) in downtown Piqua, Ohio. (May 30 – mid September 2019)
3:30pm-6:00pm



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 2019)
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)
8am–3pm

Beavercreek Farmers’ Market
4051 Indian Ripple Road, Beavercreek, Ohio
8:30am–12:30pm

The Heights Farmers and Artisan Market
6178 Chambersburg Road, Huber Heights, Ohio (May – October, 2019)
9am–1pm

This Old Farmer’s Market in Beavercreek
3930 Dayton Xenia Road in Beavercreek, Ohio (grounds of This Old Couch store). (May – October 14, 2019)
12pm–4pm

Downtown Troy Farmers’ Market 
S Cherry Street and Main Street, Troy, Ohio. (June 8 – September 28, 2019)
9am–12:00pm

New Carlisle Farmer’s Market
Main Street in downtown New Carlisle.  (June 15 – September 28, 2019)
10am–2pm

Oakwood Farmers’ Market
22 Orchard Drive at 22 Orchard Dr., Dayton, Ohio. (June 1–August 24, 2019)
Harvest Season through October
9am–1pm

Shiloh Farmers’ Market
5300 Philadelphia Drive, Dayton, Ohio.  (May 4 – October 20, 2019)
8am–1pm

The Heights Farmers & Artisans Market
6178 Chambersburg Road at The Huber Center in Huber Heights, Ohio. (May–October  2019)
9am–1 pm

Yellow Springs Farmers Market
228 Xenia Avenue in the Kings Yard Parking lot behind the Ye Olde Trail Tavern, Yellow Springs, Ohio. (May – October, 2019) 
7am-12pm
Except 2nd Saturdays in June and October: Moves to Sunday 8am-12pm
April and November: 8am–12pm

Springfield Farmers Market
North Market Place (117 N. Fountain Ave), Springfield, Ohio.  (June – end of September 2019)
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 2019)
9am–2pm

Downtown Troy Farmers’ Market
Downtown Market on South Cherry Street, Troy, Ohio.  (June 8–September 28, 2019)
9am–12pm

Downtown Franklin Farmers Market
1 Benjamin Franklin Way in Franklin, Ohio (Begins June 1 , 2019)
9am–1pm

Greenville Farmers Market
4th and Broadway in Greenville, Ohio. (June 1 – October 12, 2019)
9am–1pm

New Carlisle Farmer’s Market
Downtown New Carlisle, Ohio. (June 15–September 28, 2019)
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, 2019)
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)

April 2019 Things to Do Throughout Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana

 

It’s spring! Be sure to enjoy a community event this month. There are art exhibits, broadway shows, a butterfly exhibit, a circus, Easter egg hunts, ballets, antique show and more fun things to do throughout Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana.

Events continuing into April are posted first followed by events by date.

Events Continuing into April:

The Lion in Winter
Through April 6, 2019
Falcon Theatre at 636 Monmouth Street, Newport, Kentucky
Comedy and drama with this play about the English Plantagenet family

Aladdin
Through April 7, 2019
Aronoff Center, downtown Cincinnati, Ohio
The Cincinnati Ballet presents a family favorite

Swing
Through April 14, 2019
The Carnegie at 1028 Scott Blvd., Covington, Kentucky
Fast-paced dance moves to enjoy

Paris 1900: City of Entertainment
Through May 12, 2019
Cincinnati Art Museum at 953 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio
The 1900 International Exposition transformed Paris.

For America: Paintings from the National Academy of Design
Through June 2, 2019
Dayton Art Institute at 456 Belmonte Park North, Dayton, Ohio
Traveling exhibition with 100 paintings by 79 artists that tells the story of the National Academy from the early 1800s in the the 21st century.

Volcanoes
Through June 9, 2019
Robert D. Linder Family Omnimax Theater at Union Terminal at 1301 Western Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio
Experience a boiling volcano up close!

Butterfly Show – The Butterflies of Ecuador
Through June 16, 2019
Krohn Conservatory at 1501 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio
The butterflies are here!

The Thanksgiving Play
Through April 21, 2019
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park at 962 Mt. Adams Circle, Cincinnati, Ohio
Satire about culturally sensitive about an elementary school’s Thanksgiving play

Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs
Through August 18, 2019
Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal at 1301 Western Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio
Learn about daily life during the time of the Pharaohs

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April Events and Fun Things to Do:

April Fool’s Day 5k and Family Fun Mile
April 1, 2019
Miamisburg Community Park at 550 S. First St., Miamisburg, Ohio
Fun walk/run and pets are welcome.

The Mercury 13 Exhibit
April 1–22, 2019
Woodbourne Library at 6060 Far Hills Avenue, Centerville, Ohio
Learn about the Mercury 13 space program

Zoo Blooms
April 1-30, 2019
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden at  3400 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio
The zoo will be blossoming in color during April. See 80,000 tulips. Enjoy free concerts in the garden from 6-8:30pm.

Les Miserables
April 2–7, 2019
Victoria Theatre at 138 North Main Street, Dayton, Ohio
Heartbreak and passion!

World Fare
April 3, 2019 (+every Wednesday through October 9, 2019)
Fountain Square at Fifth and Vine Streets, downtown Cincinnati, Ohio
International cuisine every Wednesday from 11am–2pm.

Macbeth
April 3–20, 2019
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company at 1195 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
A classic play!

Fountain Square Eats
April 4, 2019 (+every Thursday from 11am–2pm through October 10, 2019)
Fountain Square at Fifth and Vine Streets, downtown, Cincinnati, Ohio
Food truck line ups for lunch!

2nd Street Market
April 4–6, 11–13, 18–20 and 25–27, 2019
600 E. 2nd Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402
Local growers, bakers and artisans at this European-style market

42nd Street
April 4–28, 2019
Covedale Center for the Performing Arts at 4990 Glenway Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio
A musical that celebrates Broadway and Times Square.

Tunes and Blooms
April 4, 11, 18 and 25, 2019
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens at 3400 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Listen to some wonderful music while enjoying the Zoo’s gardens

First Friday – Second Look Saturday at Pendleton Art Center
April 5–6, 2019
Pendleton Art Center at 1105 Central Avenue, Middletown, Ohio
Meet artists and enjoy food, music and more!

Fix Me, Jesus
April 5, 6, 12 and 13, 2019
Middletown Lyric Theatre at 1530 Central Avenue, Middletown, Ohio
Looking for the perfect dress at Neiman Marcus

Antioch Shrine Circus
April 5–7, 2019
Green County Fairgrounds at 120 Fairgrounds Road, Xenia, Ohio
Enjoy the clowns, animals and more!

Wonderful Music of Oz
April 5–7, 2019
Music Hall, downtown Cincinnati, Ohio
The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra will play tunes from Wicked, The Wizard of Oz and The Wiz

Chocolate Walk
April 6, 2019
Downtown Lebanon, Ohio
An evening all about chocolate! Enjoy 20 chocolate stops.

Easter Eggstravaganza
April 6, 2019
Riverside Park at 425 Victor Stier Drive in Milford, Ohio
Snacks, face painting, Easter egg hunt and the a visit from the Easter Bunny

Hagfest
April 6, 2019
The Southgate House Revival at 111 E. Sixth Street, Newport, Kentucky
Listen to some live music!

Health, Wellness & Beauty Fair
April 6, 2019
Central State University Dayton at 840 Germantown Street, Dayton, Ohio
Free event. Consult with healthcare pros, A1c screenings, healthy food, fitness demos and more

Rachmaninoff Piano
April 6, 2019
Clark State Performing Arts Center at 300 S. Fountain Avenue in Springfield, Ohio
Piano concertos!

Nutter Center Sports Card Show
April 6, 2019
Wright State University Nutter Center at 3640 Colonel Glenn Highway, Dayton, Ohio
Buy, sell and trade!

Victory of Light Psychic Festival
April 6–7, 2019
11355 Chester Road at the Sharonville Convention Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
Cincinnati’s Premier Body, Mind & Spirit Event Celebrates 25 Years!

Great Parks Mystery Dinner Series
April 6 and 27, 2019 (+May 4 and 18, 2019)
Mill Race Banquet Center at Winton Woods at 1515 West Sharon Road, Cincinnati, Ohio
Help solve a crime while enjoying dinner

Easter Egg Bunny Express
April 6, 13, 14, 19–20 and 27, 2019
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

Lawrenceburg Speedway
April 6, 13, 20 and 27, 2019
Lawrenceburg Speedway, 351 E. Eads Pkwy. (US 50) in Lawrenceburg, Indiana
Sprint, modified, pure stock and hornet racing on 3/8 mile high-banked clay oval track

The Great Bridal Chase
April 7, 2019
W. Pike Street, Covington, Kentucky
5k that joins the fun of a race while dressed for a wedding!

Spring Concert – Kettering Civic Band
April 8, 2019
3000 Glengarry Drive at Kettering Middle School Auditorium, Kettering, Ohio
Favorite classics to be played.

Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week
April 8–14, 2019
Various locations throughout Cincinnati, Ohio
Participating greater Cincinnati restaurants will offer $26 and $36 three-course meals

Miss Saigon
April 9–21, 2019
Aronoff Center, downtown Cincinnati, Ohio
Set in Vietnam, this story is about love

Paws for a Cause
April 11, 2019
Matthew 25: Ministries at 11060 Kenwood Road, CIncinnati, Ohio
Bring your dog for some fun while you volunteer for an evening shift

House Party 
April 11, 2019 (+May 9)
Taft Museum of Art at 316 Pike Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Come to the Taft house and explore from 5pm–8pm. The lights will be on! Live music

Spring Backyard Composting
April 11, 2019
Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati at 2715 Reading Road, Cincinnati, Ohio
Learn how to compost at home

Party on the Purple
April 11, 18, 25 (+May 2 , 9,  16, 23, 30, June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 11, 18, 25, August 1), 2018
Purple People Bridge accessed via Newport on the Levee, Newport, Kentucky or Sawyers Point in downtown Cincinnati
Live music and food trucks

This Time Tomorrow: Performing Arts Festival
April 11–14, 2019
Contemporary Arts Center at 44 E. Sixth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Local, national and international artists will perform at CAC and throughout Cincinnati.

Midwest Ceramics Show
April 12–13, 2019
Butler County Fairgrounds at1715 Fairgrove Avenue, Hamilton, Ohio 45011
Classes, demonstrations and competitions.

Percussion Master Colin Currie
April 12–13, 2019
Aronoff Center, downtown Cincinnati, Ohio
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra presents Colin Currie, a percussion magician!

Percussion Master Colin Currie
April 12–13, 2019
Music Hall at 1241 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Colin Currie is called a percussion magician!

Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty
April 12–13, 2019
Schuster Center at One West Second Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402
The Dayton Ballet performs

La Clemenza di Tito (The Clemency of Titus)
April 12–14, 2019
Corbett Auditorium, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
Mozart’s final opera features love, betrayal and vengeance

Cincinnati Mini Make Faire
April 13, 2019
Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal at 1301 Western Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio
Amateur and professional inventors, crafters and performers will be on hand

Community Easter Egg Hunt
April 13, 2019
St. Paul Lutheran Church at 106 Maple Street, Reading (Cincinnati), Ohio
Rain or shine, enjoy hunting for eggs

Dancing on Main
April 13, 2019
228 Second Street, Aurora, Indiana
Aurora 200th Birthday theme!

Egg Hunt
April 13, 2019
Washington Park at 1230 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
10,000 candy-filled eggs to be found!

Fairfield Spring Fest
April 13, 2019
Fairfield Freshman School at 8790 N. Gilmore Avenue, Fairfield, Ohio
Inflatable obstacles course, 50 vendors and businesses. Get blood pressure checked and more. Food trucks available.

Hoppin’ at Harbin Egg Hunt
April 13, 2019
Harbin Park at 1300 Hunter Road, Fairfield, Ohio
Bring your Easter baskets and find eggs and candy.

5 Little Monkeys
April 13, 2019
Lebanon Theatre Company at 10 S. Mechanic Street, Lebanon, Ohio
Mayhem among five siblings.

Independence – Easter Egg Hunt
April 13, 2019
Memorial Park at 2001 Jack Woods Parkway, Independence, Kentucky
Kids 12 years of age or younger (11am –2pm)

Ohio Country Antique Show
April 13, 2019
Roberts Centre at 123 Gano Road, Wilmington, Ohio
Browse antiques and enjoy see all kinds of interesting things!

Queen City Blues Fest
April 13, 2019
The Southgate House Revival at 111 E. Sixth Street, Newport, Kentucky
Enjoy blues music!

Regency Rally 
April 13, 2019
Heritage Village Museum in Sharon Woods Park art 11450 Lebanon Road,   Sharonville (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Ohio militia drills and demonstrations

Take Me Out to the Ballgame
April 13, 2019
Music Hall, downtown Cincinnati, Ohio
The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra will present Casey at the Bat, Take Me Out to the Ballgame and more!

Trick
April 13, 2019 (+May 25, 2019)
Falcon Theatre at 636 Monmouth Street, Newport, Kentucky
Geared for the entire family, enjoy a throwback to Vaudeville

5th Annual Black & White Party
April 13, 2019
Black Box Gallery Springfield Museum of Art
Dance party and you are encouraged to wear white and black!

Spring Wine Gala
April 13, 2019
Jungle Jim’s International Market – Eastgate at 4450 Eastgate south Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio
Sample wine from around the word!

Skeleton Crew
April 13 – May 11, 2018
Ensemble Theatre in at 1127 Vine Street in Cincinnati, Ohio
A play set in 2008 Detroit.

Art & Poetry
April 14, 2019
Findlay Market at 1801 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Talented poets compete for prizes

Art on Vine
April 14, 2019
Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati, Ohio
Enjoy seeing the fine art of 60 local Cincinnati artists

Basilica Concert
April 14, 2019
Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption at 1140 Madison Avenue, Covington, Kentucky
May Festival Chamber Choir and Your Chorus will be singing

Burlington Antique Show
April 14, 2019 (+May 19, June 16, July 21 August 18, September 15and October 20 2019)
Boone County Fairgrounds at 5819 Idelwild Road, Burlington, Kentucky
Find a special treasure!

Dayton Philharmonic Demirjian Sundae Classics
April 14, 2019 (+April 28 and June 9, 2019)
The Schuster Center at 1 W. 2nd Street, Dayton, Ohio
Music for this who like classics with an entertaining twist!

The League of Defenders – Run for Kids
April 14, 2019
Bridgewater Falls at 3385 Princeton Road, Hamilton, Ohio
A fun walk/run that features a scavenger hunt

Free Wall Night at Vandalia Recreation Center
April 16, 2019
Vandalia Recreation Center at 1111 Stonequarry Road, Vandalia, Ohio
Climb the wall for free! 6+ years old

Mozart at the Museum: Stravinsky L’Histoire du Soldat
April 18, 2019
Springfield Museum of Art in Springfield, Ohio
Music, narration and a dancer will perform

Disney Newsies – The Broadway Musical
April 18 – June 9, 2019
La Comedia Dinner Theatre at 765 W Central Ave, Springboro, Ohio
A Tony-winning Broadway hit!

Easter Egg & Play
April 19, 2019
Washington Township Rec Center at 895 Miamisburg Centerville Road, Dayton, Ohio
The hunt begins in the gym. Enjoy the Easter bunny, prizes and snacks.

Full Moon Wildflower Hike at Glen Helen
April 19, 2019
Glen Helen Nature Preserve at 405 Corry Street, Yellow Springs, Ohio
See wildflowers and take a walk in the Glen.

Yellow Cab Food Truck Rally
April 19, 2019 (+May 17, June 21, July 19, August 16 and September 20)
700 E. 4th Street, Dayton, Ohio
Enjoy dinner and dessert plus craft beer

Mercury
April 19 – May 11, 2019
Know Theatre of Cincinnati at 1120 Jackson Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
A comedy with some dark moments

Pinkalicious, The Musical
April 20, 2019
Memorial Hall at 1225 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Pinkalicious loves eating pink cupcakes!

You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown
April 20 – May 18, 2019
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park at 962 Mt. Adams Circle, Cincinnati, Ohio
Enjoy a play featuring the gang from Peanuts!

Annual Easter Egg Hunt Youngs Dairy
April 21, 2019
6880 Springfield-Xenia Rd, Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387
Over 7,000 eggs!

History in Bloom
April 14, 2019
Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum at 4521 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45232
Horse-drawn carriage rides and walking tours

Party for the Planet – An Earth Day Celebration
April 25, 2019
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden at 3400 Vine St. Cincinnati, Ohio
Learn about living a green life

TrueTheatre: trueSTORM
April 25, 2019
True Theatre at 1225 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Listen to personal stories from the people who lived them.

Bold Moves
April 25–28, 2019
Aronoff Center for the Arts at 650 Walnut, Cincinnati, Ohio
Enjoy the ballet with dance set to Mozart.

Sylvia
April 25 –  May 12, 2019
The Loft Theater at 126 North Main Street, Dayton, Ohio
Presented by Human Race Theatre: A found dog names Sylvia causes tension. Lots of laughs, too!

Sugar Maple Festival
April 26–28, 2019
Downtown Bellbrook, Ohio
Enjoy a parade, beer garden, 5k run, dog show, children’s tent and lots of fun!

Sorry, Wrong Number
April 26–28 and May 3–5, 2019
Loveland Stage Company at 111 S. 2nd Street (Route 48), Loveland, Ohio
Mystery play – thwarting a murder plot!

Cinderella
April 26–28, 2019
Patricia Corbett Theatre, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
CCM Dance presents a ballet with step sisters, a prince and glass slippers.

Sugar Maple Festival
April 26–28, 2019
Downtown Bellbrook, Ohio
Beer garden and live music, 5k run, parade, dog show and more@

Vintage Market Days
April 26–28, 2019
120 Fairground Road, Xenia, Ohio
Vendors showcase vintage-inspired items!

No Spectators:The Art of Burning Man
April 26 – September 1, 2019
Cincinnati Art Museum at 953 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio
Artistic expression with room-sized exhibitions

Children’s Earth Day Celebration
April 27, 2019
The Arlington Memorial Gardens at 2145 Compton Road, Cincinnati, Ohio
Games and activities while learning to protect the planet

Cincinnati Guitar Fest
April 27, 2019
Madison Theater at 730 Madison Avenue, Covington, Kentucky
Live musicians will be playing!

2019 Dayton Book Expo 
April 27, 2019
Sinclair College Ponitz Center at 444 Wets Third Street, (Building 12), Dayton, Ohio
Enjoy everything about books

Dayton Philharmonic: Sgt. Pepper’s Complete
April 27, 2019
The Schuster Center at 1 W. 2nd Street, Dayton, Ohio
Rock on! Enjoy this 1967 classic album live!

Gem City Comic Con
April 27–28, 2019
Dayton Convention Center at 22 E. 5th Street, Dayton, Ohio
Meet your favorite comic artists!

Greater Cincinnati Earth Day Celebration
April 27, 2019
Blue Ash Summit Park 4335 Glendale-Milford Rd,, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Learn about wasting less food with home gardening, composting and eating local foods

OHYA Kilts & Kegs 5k
April 27, 2019
Delhi Township Park at 5125 Foley Road, Cincinnati, Ohio
Kilts, food trucks, music and a kilt contest

Cuentame tu Hostoria
April 27–28, 2019
Aronoff Center for the Arts at 650 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Music tells the stories of families immigrating to America as presented by the Cincinnati Boys Choir

The Magic School Bus: Lost In the Solar System
April 27-28, 2019
Victoria Theatre at 138 North Main Street, Dayton, Ohio
Mrs. Frizzle drives the magic school bus!

Ravel + Debussy: Colors of Spain
April 27–28, 2019
Music Hall at 1241 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra presents beautiful music

Sleeping Beauty
April 27 – May 5, 2019
Taft Theatre at 317 E. Fifth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Rock musical comedy take on this fairy tale as presented by The Children’s Theatre

Pup Crawl
April 28, 2019 
Oakley Square (Oakley) in Cincinnati, Ohio
Dogs and their humans will have fun!

KidX Aerial Show
April 30, 2019
Dayton Mall at 2700 Miamisburg-Centerville Road, Dayton, Ohio
Enjoy a Cincinnati Circus Company show!

The Musical Adventure of Flat Stanley
April 30 – May 11, 2019 (select matinee dates)
La Comedia Dinner Theatre at 765 W Central Ave, Springboro, Ohio
Lunch and Learn with Children’s Theatre!

Dear Evan Hansen
April 30 – May 12, 2019
Aronoff Center at 650 Walnut Street, downtown Cincinnati, Ohio
Winner of six Tony awards, this musical is about letters and lies!

Sibcy Cline Named Best in Real Estate by CityBeat Magazine

Thank you CityBeat readers – you named Sibcy Cline as the Best in Real Estate for 2019. We appreciate you taking the time to vote for us and are thrilled to be honored!

Thousands of readers voted this year for their favorite local businesses and services. Look at all of the winners! (Sibcy Cline is located under the shops and services category.)

 

February 2019 Home Sales Report for Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana

All regions had an increase in average sale price during February. Mortgage interest rates remain low. With home values still on the rise and a low inventory of homes for sale, it is a great time to sell your home. (Photo image: SC Photography Department: Downtown Harrison, Ohio.)

Here is a report by region of homes sales throughout February 2019:

Cincinnati
Average sale price set a record for 32 consecutive months of increased prices.

February 2019 vs February 2018

  • -2.4% Decrease in homes sold (1,464 homes vs 1,501 homes)
  • 14.09% Increase in average sale price ($215,342 vs $188,755)
  • 14% Increase in median sale price ($176,700 vs $155,000)
  • 11.27% Increase in gross sales volume ($315,260,520 vs $283,320,570)

January–February 2019 vs January–February 2018

  • -4.95% Decrease in homes sold (2,708 homes vs 2,809 homes)
  • 8.84% Increase in average sale price ($209,012 vs $192,032)
  • 9.61% Increase in median sale price ($169,900 vs $155,000)
  • 3.46% Increase in gross sales volume ($566,003,794 vs $547,098,597)

Statistics courtesy of Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors February 2019 Home Sales Report

Dayton
In Dayton, there was an increase in the number of homes sold as well as sales volume.

February 2019 vs February 2018

  • 3.74% Increase in homes sold (915 homes vs 882 homes)
  • 4.15% Increase in average sale price ($160,308 vs $153,923)
  • 6.24% Increase in median sale price ($138,000 vs $129,900)
  • 8.04% Increase in sales volume ($146,682,119 vs $135,760,485)

January–February 2019 vs January–February 2018

  • 4.50% Increase in homes sold (1,810 homes vs 1,732 homes)
  • 2.05% Increase in average sale price ($152,819 vs $149,753)
  • 2.77% Increase in median sale price ($129,950 vs $126,450)
  • 6.64% Increase in sales volume ($276,601,986 vs $259,371,850)

Statistics courtesy of Dayton Realtors February 2019 Home Sales Report

Northern Kentucky
The average sales price rose by over 5% as compared to February 2018.

February 2019 vs February 2018

  • -6.24% Decrease in homes sold (406 homes vs 403 homes)
  • 5.13% Increase in average sale price ($190,843 vs $181,529)
  • 3.16% Increase in median sale price ($163,000 vs $158,000)
  • -1.42% Decrease in sales volume ($77,482,307 vs $78,602,067)

January–February 2019 vs January–February 2018

  • -11.15% Decrease in homes sold (757 homes vs 852 homes)
  • 7.75% Increase in average sale price ($191,802 vs $178,003)
  • 1.73% Increase in median sale price ($162,000 vs $159,250)
  • -4.26% Decrease in sales volume ($145,194,694 vs $151,659,332 )

Statistics courtesy of Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors February 2019 Home Sales Report

Southeastern Indiana
The Southeastern Indiana region had increases in average sale price and median sale price as compared to January 2018.

February 2019 vs February 2018

  • 8.7% Increase in homes sold (75 homes vs 69 homes)
  • 18.7% Increase in average sale price ($162,997 vs $137,340)
  • 3.1% Increase in median sale price ($133,000 vs $129,000)
  • 29% Increase in sales volume ($12,224,801 vs $9,476,450)

January–February 2019 vs January–February 2018

  • -17.3% Decrease in homes sold (124 homes vs 150 homes)
  • 5.2% Increase in average sale price ($164,164 vs $156,000)
  • 7.6% Increase in median sale price ($147,250 vs $136,875)
  • -10.2% Decrease in sales volume ($20,356,301 vs $22,661,969)

Statistics courtesy of Rick McMillin – Southeastern Indiana Board of Realtors MLS Homes Sold Report dated March 22, 2019.

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Rob Sibcy – Named to Cincinnati Magazine’s 300 Most Powerful Business Leaders List

Rob Sibcy, Chairman of the Board for Sibcy Cline Realtors, was named as part of Cincinnati Magazine’s “300 – The Most Powerful Business Leaders.” The magazine studied the region’s largest public, private and nonprofit companies “…knowing that those leading the most powerful businesses are powerful themselves.”

Read a digital version of this magazine. (Rob is mentioned on page 88.)

The magazine asked all of the leaders to share personal stories. Here are the 11 questions from Cincinnati Magazine to Rob Sibcy:

1. Where did you grow up? Kenwood, then moved to Indian Hill when I was 14 years old.

2. Education? Started at Concord School on Montgomery Road and graduated to Indian Hill and was a graduate of Indian Hill High School. I attended Washington & Jefferson College and graduated with a business degree.

3. Why did you choose this field of work? I chose real estate because my father was a Realtor and I liked the idea of being my own boss and having my success depend on my effort.

4. First job? My first job out a of college was getting real estate license and selling real estate for my father’s company.

5. Toughest challenge faced or lesson learned? The toughest part about real estate sales was learning what to do and how to do it. It was a small company when I started selling and there was no training department, so I had to teach myself. I learned you could ask anyone a question and learn very fast.

6. Best advice received? The best advice I got was once, when I was complaining to my father how hard it was, he looked at me and said, “If it was easy everyone would do it and nobody would make any money.” I never complained again.

7. What you’d tell a recent college graduate about entering your field of business: We see new college graduates all the time and tell them if you go through our training and are willing to work, we can help you be a success. Our business is one that can last a lifetime if you are willing to work.

8. Favorite hobbies or leisure activities: Over the years my favorite sport is playing golf. My friends and I don’t take it too seriously and we have a lot of laughs as we play.

9. Favorite Greater Cincinnati attraction: Cincinnati has a lot of great attractions making it a great place to live and raise a family. One of the best family values for the whole family is the Cincinnati Zoo.

10. Favorite Greater Cincinnati charity: My wife and I have been on many boards and charities and all have been for great causes. The one that she is currently involved with is the Lindner Center of HOPE and the Sibcy House which we were able to be a part of from its founding and continue to be involved.

11. Favorite Greater Cincinnati restaurant: Cincinnati is fortunate to have some great restaurants. One of my favorites is from the past: The Maisonette – it was owned by friends and we loved going there. Currently two that we visit often are Embers and Trio’s.

Tammy Young is named to Leading Real Estate Companies of the World Advisory Council

Tammy_Best_9Tammy Young, Relocation Director for Sibcy Cline Relocation Services, has recently been elected to the Leading Real Estate Companies of the World Advisory Council. This leadership group is comprised of business development and relocation professionals who provide guidance on key initiatives for the global real estate community of 565 market-leading firms that span six continents.

The Advisory Council works closely with the organization’s management team on integral relocation, business development and lead generation programs. Council members also mentor other affiliates and serve as ambassadors for the organization’s diverse program offerings. Members are elected by fellow council members to serve a three-year term and are chosen based on the merits of their professional experience and reputation.

“We are so fortunate to have such an esteemed group of industry leaders serving on our Advisory Council. Their commitment to our network helps us ensure we deliver highly-effective, market-responsive relocation and business development programs for our members worldwide,” said LeadingRE Executive Vice President, Member Services Kate Reisinger.

Affiliated with Sibcy Cline for over 15 years, Tammy has experience both as a relocation expert and real estate agent. She holds several professional designations: CRP, GDS, GRP LCL, LRS, PBD and SRS.

Sibcy Cline Realtors is the local representative of LeadingRE for Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana. With a global membership that spans six continents, LeadingRE connects top independent firms with 130,000 sales associates who produce over 1.1 million real estate transactions each year. As a member of LeadingRE, Sibcy Cline provides a quality real estate experience, global marketing reach and access to top real estate professionals in virtually any market worldwide.