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Sunday, July 22, 2012

What's Going On: July 23 - July 28



You definitely won't be bored this week, Cake Eaters. There's everything from a Shakespeare performance to a visit from the Bubble Truck this week. The upcoming week will also feature an important event in honor of Private First Class Brandon T. Pickering.

Monday, July 23rd:
Fun-Day Monday
On Mondays, Mio's becomes more than just your friendly neighborhood pizza place, but also an entertainment spot for the whole family. Dan the Balloon Man will provide your kids with exciting balloon creations, and the Kona Ice truck will be parked out front for an after-dinner treat. Order a Collier Mama and send us your photos!
Location: Mio's Pizzeria
Hours: 5:00pm

Tuesday, July 24th:
Ft. Thomas Police Department Presents - Teen Safety Tips
The Ft. Thomas Police Department will teaching teens how to stay safe. Also, participants in the Teen Summer Reading Program are eligible to win prizes attending the event.
Location: Ft. Thomas Library
Hours: 4:00pm

Wednesday, July 25th:
Farmers' Market
Stock up on some organic and locally grown food items.
Location: Midway District
Hours: 3:00-7:00pm

Thursday: July 26th:
The Merchant of Venice
Can't make it to the Globe Theater this summer? No worries, Shakespeare is coming to Tower Park. Stop by the Amphitheater and check out a performance of The Immortal Bard's tragic comedy.
Location: Amphitheater at Tower Park
Hours: 7:00pm

Bubble-Making Extravaganza! 
Blue Marble Bookstore is helping to keep your children entertained this summer. According to Blue Marble's website, "Bubble-making expert Sonny Fenwick of Louisville, Kentucky will be bringing his souped-up, colorful Bubble Truck and will be demonstrating the creation and sculpture of bubbles of all shapes and sizes."
Location: Blue Marble Bookstore
Hours: 4:00-5:00pm

Friday, July 27th:
Art After Hours: Art Exhibition, Music, Food & Wine!
The library will be displaying the work of 16 artists from around the area. Appetizers will be available courtesy of McHale's Catering & Events, and samples of Stonebrook wine can be purchased for $1.00. The Kentucky Wonder String Band will be performing during the evening.
Location: Ft. Thomas Library
Hours: 7:00-9:00pm

Saturday, July 28th:
Memorial Highway Dedication
Private First Class Brandon T. Pickering will be honored with a Memorial Highway. Pickering passed away on April 10, 2011 due to injuries sustained while serving in Afghanistan. Pickering graduated from Highlands High School in 2008. Join his family and government officials in honoring his service to our country.
Location: Corner of River Rd. and South Ft. Thomas Ave.
Hours: 9:00am

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