Friday, May 8, 2009
Cooking with Mom at The Learning Kitchen Treat your mom to a special cooking class at The Learning Kitchen this Mother's Day. For brunch, you'll learn to a frittata with italian parsley and roasted red peppers, sausage and new potato hash, spring fruit salad, and vanilla whipped cream and with chocolate shavings. Cost is per person and children ages 12 and older are welcome.
Mother’s Day Brunch at the Savannah Center Join the Savannah Center May 10 for a Mother's Day Brunch. There will be live music trio performance and flowers to all the moms!
Mother’s Day Brunch at Barn-n-Bunk Enjoy a lovely Sunday brunch for Mother's Day at Bunk-n-Barn. The Sunday Lunch Buffet is open every Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and serves a large salad bar, soup, seasonal fresh vegetables, breakfast and dinner entrees, and a "Farm Boy Special of the Day."
Mother’s Day Brunch at Cincinnati Marriott North in West Chester The Cincinnati Marriott North in West Chester is hosting a Mother’s Day Brunch on May 10 in their ballroom. There will be activities for children and a delicious menu including hot breakfast, hot lunch, spring time salads, a dessert station, and a kid’s buffet.
Mother’s Day Tea Party in Oxford Moms can create a special memory with their child at the Mother’s Day Tea Party at the Oxford Lane Public Library on May 16. This event, for moms and children 4 to 8 years old, encourages attendees to dress up in party clothes to enjoy tea time with stories, snacks, and crafts.
Be a part of a friendly community this weekend at Springfest in
(image courtesy of www.madisonspringfest.com)
Thursday, May 7, 2009
Teen Time Anime & Magna Club at the Middletown Public Library
Join the Middletown Public Library to watch the latest anime TV shows and movies. The program meets in Conference Room A and is for teens in the 6th through 12th grades.
Monday, May 4, 2009
Kid’s Express at EnterTRAINment Junction
EnterTRAINment Junction opens Kid's Express this month. Kids can become their own train engineers as they board hand-cranked locomotives and power their way around a 300 foot track. Kids get a *free engineer hat and a free ice cream cup* with the purchase of a regular child admission ticket.