Cincy Summer Streets opens up local streets for everyone to play, walk, bike, dance and connect with neighbors. The idea is to open streets for play during the day! Lots of activities will be offered including: art making, dancing, children’s activities and exercise classes.
July 18, 2015
11am – 3pm
Part of McMillan Street (between Chatham Street and Victory Parkway) will be closed.
August 23, 2015
11am – 3pm
The section of Hamilton Avenue (between Pullan Avenue and Hoffner Street/Spring Grove Avenue) will be closed.
September 26, 2015
Part of Pleasant Street will be closed (from West 14th Street to West Elder Street)
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Cincinnati, Ohio has so many wonderful, established neighborhoods to explore and learn about. Soapbox.com is writing weekly “Hot ‘Hoods” articles and has a great piece about Walnut Hills. Go here to read this article.
What’s going on in Walnut Hills?
What kind of homes will you find in Walnut Hills? All types. This area has a wide spread of price ranges from starter-priced homes to expansive, historic mansions. There are many older homes which are beautiful old gems to behold with stunning, hand-crafted details, but you will also find newer homes and lifestyle condominiums being built in the area.
See Walnut Hills homes available for sale here.
Note from this blogger: My favorite street of homes in Cincinnati is located in Walnut Hills along Beech Crest Lane off of Madison Road.
Hey Foodies! The first-ever Cincinnati Street Food Festival is taking places on October 13, 2012 from 11am – 5pm. Support our local food trucks and taste some of their deliciousness! You are going to see food trucks, carts and trailers!
Cincinnati Street Food Festival
Walnut Hills – Gilbert Avenue between Sinton and Windsor (45206)
October 13, 2012
11am – 5pm
Food, Beverages, Music and activites for the kids! See more about this event here and here.
See these mobile food trucks at the festival:
- Sugarsnap! Truck
- Mobile Cold Stone Creamery
- New Orleans to go
- Pizza Bomba
- Cincy Sno
- Fireside Pizza
- C’est Cheese Food Truck
- Cafe de Wheels
- Chill Shaved Ice Bar
- Purple Cheetah Cafe
- Bell’s Food Express
- Cincy Bag Ladies
- J&W BBq
Read Sibcy Cline’s blog about food trucks here and here.