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Hump Day Concert Series- The McCartney Project + Crazy Cardboard Regatta Workshop

Are you ready to rock out with MetroParks?!

Join MetroParks and presenting sponsor, UC Health, every Wednesday from May 25th to August 10th for FREE outdoor concerts at the Athletic Complex at Voice of America MetroPark in West Chester, Ohio. Come early to enjoy all new exciting pre-show activities and stay for the excellent food trucks and tunes.

6PM - 7PM: The MetroPark's Crazy Cardboard Regatta is right around the corner on July 16th. Come to the concert early to learn some boat making tips and techniques from the experts!

7PM - 9PM: The McCartney Project- Here comes the sun! This group will blow you away with their authentic tribute to one of the greatest musical artists of all time.

Food Truck: Steak It Eazy

Wednesday. June 29, 6:00-9:00 PM
Voice of America MetroPark Athletic Complex 7850 VOA Park Drive West Chester, Ohio 45069

Creeking in the Parks

Join MetroParks and Butler Soil and Water Conservation District every Thursday in June and July from 10:00a.m. – 12:00p.m. as we explore creeks and waterways in the parks throughout Butler County.

We will be at a different park each week, so there are always new areas to explore! We'll look for creek critters such as: amphibians, fish, reptiles, macroinvertebrates, and even fossils!

This week at the Antenen Nature Preserve Area of Four-Mile Creek, let's see all that the creek has to offer! There is so much to explore and find.

Please wear close-toed shoes for all creeking events. Based on unsafe weather and/or water levels, cancellations are possible. Please check back here, the MetroParks of Butler County website*, or the MetroParks Facebook page** for any potential updates.

*Website: https://www.yourmetroparks.net/
**Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metroparks/

Thursday. June 30, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Four Mile Creek MetroPark - Antenen Nature Preserve Area - 2385 Treiber Road, Hamilton OH 45011

Show and Tell on the Farm - Compost Chums

Let's get up and personal with the compost chums and brave bacteria at Show and Tell. Who lives in our compost and what do they eat? Through hands-on activities, craft, snack and live animal demonstrations, we will explore the decomposition world. Special guests from MidPointe Library on Wheels will be attending our program.

FREE program for all ages. Registration is requested, walk-ins are welcome.

Thursday. June 30, 6:30-7:30 PM
Chrisholm MetroPark Historic Farmstead 2070 Woodsdale Road Trenton OH 45067

The Nature of Kids - iSTEM

Summertime is here! What better way to enjoy it than with fun summer programs in the Parks?!

During The Nature of Kids summer series, join MetroParks of Butler County with partners Butler Soil and Water Conservation District and Ohio State University Extension every Friday for exciting summertime fun!

iSTEM, you STEM, we all STEM! This week, we're learning about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics—also known as STEM. Build, create, and brain your way through the day!

The Nature of Kids summer programs rotate to a different MetroPark every two weeks. Be sure to always check the location for each program!

Due to the popularity and structure of these programs, large groups, such as day camps, cannot be accommodated.

MetroParks offers a full array of programs for private groups of all sizes. Please contact Programs@YourMetroParks.net for more information.

Friday. July 1, 10:00-11:30 AM
Forest Run MetroPark - Timberman Ridge Area - 1976 Timberman Rd, Hamilton, OH 45013

Yoga in the Park

Yoga improves strength, balance and flexibility and helps to manage stress and anxiety levels. Yoga also offers relaxation, ways to better manage stress and the wonderful support of a warm and welcoming community! Practicing yoga outside in nature has proven to lower heart rate/blood pressure and even boost immunity!

Yoga in the Park will he held in the gazebo next to the lake at Voice of America MetroPark. Please bring your own mat.

Online registration is required by 5:00 p.m. on the date of the program.

Tuesday. July 5, 6:30-7:30 PM
Voice of America MetroPark Gazebo at Ronald Reagan Lodge 7850 VOA Park Drive West Chester OH 45069

Hump Day Concert Series- Zack Attack + Beginners Roller Skating Workshop

Are you ready to rock out with MetroParks?!

Join MetroParks and presenting sponsor, UC Health, every Wednesday from May 25th to August 10th for FREE outdoor concerts at the Athletic Complex at Voice of America MetroPark in West Chester, Ohio. Come early to enjoy all new exciting pre-show activities and stay for the excellent food trucks and tunes.

6PM - 7PM: Slide your way on over before the show to learn some new roller skating moves! Members from the Cincinnati Skate Collective will be there before the show to demonstrate skating techniques and to answer questions to help you achieve your roller goals. Pros welcome, beginners encouraged!

7PM - 9PM: Zack Attack- Join Zack Attack—Zack Fresh, Zack-a-delic, Zack-a-licious, and Zacky Zack—for a night of dancing, singing, and rocking to your favorite beats! Ohio's highest-energy live band brings tight vocals, thumping beats, rocking guitars, sick synths and more antics than the Animaniacs to EVERY show.

Food Truck: Street Fried

Wednesday. July 6, 6:00-9:00 PM
Voice of America MetroPark Athletic Complex 7850 VOA Park Drive West Chester, Ohio 45069

Creeking in the Parks

Join MetroParks and Butler Soil and Water Conservation District every Thursday in June and July from 10:00a.m. – 12:00p.m. as we explore creeks and waterways in the parks throughout Butler County.

We will be at a different park each week, so there are always new areas to explore! We'll look for creek critters such as: amphibians, fish, reptiles, macroinvertebrates, and even fossils!

This week at the Woodsdale Regional Park area of Chrisholm MetroPark, join in for a wetland study as we explore this great habitat.

Please wear close-toed shoes for all creeking events. Based on unsafe weather and/or water levels, cancellations are possible. Please check back here, the MetroParks of Butler County website*, or the MetroParks Facebook page** for any potential updates.

*Website: https://www.yourmetroparks.net/
**Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metroparks/

Thursday. July 7, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Chrisholm MetroPark - Woodsdale Regional Park - Shelter - 1917 Woodsdale Road, Trenton, OH 45067

Show and Tell on the Farm - ABC's of Farm Life Letter N

Let's continue the ABC's of Farm Life at Show and Tell! Through fun activities we'll learn about items starting with the letters "N" on the farm. Do you know what natural foods we grow at Chrisholm? Do the farm animals need nutrients too? We will have fun figuring out these answers and more through activities, craft and visiting the farm animals, too.

Fun FREE program for all ages. Registration requested, walk-ins welcome.

Thursday. July 7, 6:30-7:30 PM
Chrisholm MetroPark Historic Farmstead 2070 Woodsdale Road Trenton OH 45067

The Nature of Kids - All About Fish

Summertime is here! What better way to enjoy it than with fun summer programs in the Parks?!

During The Nature of Kids summer series, join MetroParks of Butler County with partners Butler Soil and Water Conservation District and Ohio State University Extension every Friday for exciting summertime fun!

This week, the name of the game is fish! Learn about fish in Ohio and their role in the ecosystem.
Create crafts, go on a pond hike, and play games for a fun and fishy time!

The Nature of Kids summer programs rotate to a different MetroPark every two weeks. Be sure to always check the location for each program!

Due to the popularity and structure of these programs, large groups, such as day camps, cannot be accommodated.

MetroParks offers a full array of programs for private groups of all sizes. Please contact Programs@YourMetroParks.net for more information.

Friday. July 8, 10:00-11:30 AM
Forest Run MetroPark - Timberman Ridge Area - 1976 Timberman Rd, Hamilton, OH 45013

Creatures of the Past

Did you know that hundreds of millions of years ago, Ohio was at the bottom of an ancient ocean? The aquatic life that lived here has been preserved over time in the form of fossils! Join in on this program to do fun crafts and activities to learn about these fossils. We’ll also get the chance to explore the creek in search of fossils in the wild! Please wear close-toed shoes when exploring the creek.

FREE and open to all ages! Pre-registration is requested by calling 513-867-5348. We’ll meet at the shelter on site.

Saturday. July 9, 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
Point Pleasant Park - Shelter - 2001 Resor Rd, Fairfield, OH 45014
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