• This Week At Home - 4.23.20

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    April 23, 2020
    It gets a tad easier to shelter in place when the sun is shining, just as its been doing this week. And though the sun is shining, it’s Christmastime at The Children’s Theater of Cincinnati. The group launched TCT Everywhere, an online resource for parents, teachers, and students that provides study guides, crafts, and more. Each day this week is celebrating the holidays with A Quarantine Christmas, leading up to the streaming premiere of the 2018 production of Santa Clause: The Musical at 5 p.m. You can find all the fun Christmas-in-April events on the TCT Facebook event page.

    Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week kicked off its scheduled week, and this year, it went virtual. Nearly 20 restaurants will participate with 3-course meals available for takeout. Dine-In Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week has been rescheduled for June 22-28, 2020

    The Public LibraryAGARArt Academy of Cincinnati, and Artworks Cincinnati have joined forces to offer a creative outlet to help people cope with isolation. Continuing on through tomorrow at 7 p.m., everyone can be a part of Bad Art Night: Virtual by creating their own inspirational art and sharing it with the hashtag #UInspireUsAll.

    Just because you’re at home doesn’t mean you can’t partake in Cincinnati Art Museum’s Art After Dark. Tomorrow at 5 p.m., a collaborative effort will kick off the April edition of Art After Dark at home. HomeMakers Bar will be supplying cocktail recipes utilizing ingredients posted earlier in the week. Idlewild Woman owner, Tessa Clark, will be providing some styling tips so virtual attendees can get dressed up for the occasion, and those who want to participate and submit photos will be entered for a chance to win a $50 gift card that can be used at either HomeMakers or Idlewild. Be sure to tag #ArtAfterDarkAtHomeCincy in your posts.

    Close out your week tomorrow at 5 p.m. with AGAR’s Porch Pours. RSVP and enjoy a happy hour form your porch with the same cocktail and playlist as the group, which spread over seven states and three countries last time. You can receive text messages during the event, and check out the Instagram page to see more people raising a glass to cheers the weekend.

    We’ll see you Downtown (sometime soon).



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