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Memorial Day weekend is upon us! That marks the beginning of great times in Loveland. The summer season is full of great activities! The beautiful Little Miami Bike Trail, the stately Loveland Castle, the Loveland Canoe & Kayak livery all will be a torrent of fun activities! The Hamilton County Parks at Lake Isabella starts their Friday Night Cookouts this weekend, each with a local band to entertain you!
This year, Grailville has created LocalFest to highlight our local artists, food and music! Of course, Little Miami River Wines holds …
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Who’s up for some Spring/Summer fun? Memorial Day is just around the corner and Loveland is made for Summer fun! We treasure the bike trail, but we often forget that just down the trail lies a nother wonderful family activity! Loveland Canoe & Kayak is celebrating the 10th year under Bersani management. They are open for the season
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Wednesday began the season of Lent. Our Catholic brothers and sisters turn to a period of reflection and they abstain from eating meat on Fridays. Abstinence from meat is a form of fasting for Catholics and a way for them to get closer to God. One of the benefits we all get is the abundance of fish offerings in our area. We wanted to let you know where those options are. Keep in mind, these are the ones we have found, but certainly not an exclusive list.
We found 3 different …
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Epiphany United Methodist Church, located at 6635 Loveland-Miamiville Road, Loveland, 45140 will be having multiple ways to start the Lenten Season.
Starting on Tuesday, February 12, beginning at 5:00 p.m., with our Shrove Tuesday Pancake Dinner. This event is sponsored by our Youth Group with all donations going to help support their mission trip to Belize.
There will be an Ash Wednesday service on Wednesday, February 13 starting at 7:00 p.m.
This year our 24-Hour Prayer Vigil will take place during Holy Week (Maundy Thursday through Good Friday).
All are welcome!
If you have any …
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Chef Todd Hudson, owner of Wildflower Cafe & Coffee House in Mason will be a guest chef for Sunday Brunch August 4th. Hudson has built a very successful restaurant in the last 4 years. Like Tami & Joe, Todd has a passion for fresh food. He buys much of his food direct from local farms, often just 15 minutes from his restaurant. He makes everything fresh and from scratch, which is why he is a great inspiration for Cafe 45140. He also has a passion for the environment. His Cafe …
Time to mark the Calendar! May 8th the Loveland Farmer’s Market will ring the bell for the first time in 2012!
They have been anxiously awaiting the return of Spring, that time when they start the yearly ritual of planting the food that will be served on the plates of many Loveland residents. They will lovingly sow and nurture the plants until they deliver them to you. There will be baking and churning, harvesting and butchering just to bring you the best of what you want and need. Here is a …
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With the beginning of Lent, our Catholic brothers and sisters are turning to a time of reflection and abstention of the things of the world and how they walk in it. One of the annual traditions is a Friday Fish Fry and Loveland is full of options for that feast. Keep in mind, this is not an exhaustive list, but these are the ones we’ve found so far!
Paxton’s Grill has a delicious fried fish meal that has a lot os fish and accompanying fries. We enjoyed the dinner portion for …
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Did you know we have a stocked fishing lake just down the road? Lake Isabella is a 28 acre lake just off Loveland Madeira Road, just past the highway exits. Lake Isabella is part of the Hamilton County Park District. You will need an Ohio State Fishing License to fish at most of the parks in the area, but Lake Isabella does not require a license. Fishing at Lake Isabella runs from March to October. On March 2, they will be stocking 750 pounds of Rainbow Trout. You can …