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PROGRAMMING AT PYRAMID HILL

Find a wide variety of programming inspired by art and nature at Pyramid Hill throughout the year. From family-friendly activities to workshops for adults, there is something for everyone at the Park.

Story Time for Littles

10AM– 11AM

Listen, move, play, and create at our art and nature story time for children 4 and under. Stories curated with help from Lane Library.

June 21: Learn about nocturnal animals, their habits, and their importance with the help of sensory activities and night-themed crafts.

July 19: Listen to stories about creating entire masterpieces out of simple lines. Scribble and wiggle along with the story. One wiggly line has the potential to be anything!

August 16: Make leaf prints and learn about the wonderful variety of plants and trees we see outside every day.

 

This program is designed for children ages 4 and under and their chaperones, although older children are welcome. No registration necessary!

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Nature/Nurture Series: Outdoor Yoga

June 15 and 29

July 13 and 27

August 10 and 24

9:30AM– 10:30AM

Relax and practice mindful movement in nature at our summer yoga series, designed for beginners and experienced practitioners alike. Enjoy a calming practice that fosters flexibility and strength in a beautiful outdoor setting amidst sculptures, fields and forests.

Bring your own yoga mat and dress comfortably for the weather - program runs rain or shine. This program is best suited to adults and teens 13+. Registration is required!

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Nature/Nurture series was sponsored by the Photography Club of Greater Cincinnati.

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Summer Series for Kids

Every other Friday in June and July

1PM – 2PM

June 14: Copper Creations

June 28: Kite Making

July 12: Glen Helen Raptor Center "Owls Only"

July 26: Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

This program is designed for children ages 5-12 and their grown-ups. Registration is required!

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Dogs & Doughnuts

Saturday, July 6

10AM – 11:30AM

The dog days of Pyramid Hill are all year ’round! Bring your furry friends along to craft pet-friendly treats and treasures at the Park.

 

July 6: Tie-dye a bandana(s) for your fur-family

August 6: Pose your pup for a portrait by a caricature artist. Then, create a paw print bouquet!

Event, crafts, and activities are included in general park admission. No registration necessary!

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Family Fun on the Hill: Strike a Pose

Saturday, July 13

10AM – 2PM

 

Celebrate play and creativity with the whole family at Pyramid Hill! In July “strike a pose” as you create self-portraits with artist Julia Lipovsky, make and play with puppets from artist Lizzy Duquette. Join in on kid-friendly yoga inspired by the animals that live around us.

Event, crafts, and activities are included in general park admission. No registration necessary!

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Ink and Drink: Bees and Bourbon

Friday, July 26

6PM – 8PM

 

Unwind and let your creative side out at our happy hour ink and drink! Learn about our local bees as you sip on specialty bourbon cocktails and draw freely in the great outdoors.

Event is included in general park admission for guests 21+. Cash bar; members receive one complementary drink.

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Star Gazing with Dean Regas

Saturday, August 10

7:30PM – 9PM

Join nationally known astronomer Dean Regas for a night under the stars. Dean will share tips to identify stars, constellations, and planets in the nighttime sky as well as get you ready for the Perseid Meteor Shower. Weather permitting, you can also view the stars and more through telescopes. 

 

This is a drop-in program - no registration required! All crafts and activities are free with park admission.

Dark night sky is lit up by stars with silhouettes of large stone sculptures and trees in the foreground. Image was taken by Brian Truono.

Forest Bathing

Sunday, August 18

1PM – 3PM

Calm your mind and body with a forest bathing session at Pyramid Hill! Forest Bathing, or Shinrin-Yoku (“Bathing in the Healing Elements of the Forest”) is an evidence-based practice from Japan that quiets the mind by gently re-awakening our five senses - sight, sound, taste, touch and smell. The session involves a slow guided walk, a sequence of soothing, nature-based readings, moments of stillness, and poetry that will be led by Pam Lowe Cho, ANFT-Certified Forest Therapy Guide. You don’t want to miss this unique opportunity to reap the rewards of reconnecting with the serenity of nature.

Circular logo that features a camera icon and text that reads "Photography Club of Cincinnati"

Nature/Nurture series was sponsored by the Photography Club of Greater Cincinnati.

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Adult Workshop: Botanical Painting

Sunday, August 25

1PM – 3PM

Learn the basics of making your own paints, then use natural paints to paint local flora in this workshop led by artist Devan Horton. We’ll walk you step by step through the process of making your own paint and show you examples of a few different options you could use as paint material. Then we’ll move outside with some of these materials to create a painting using live plants as the subject matter. No experience necessary!

 

This program is best suited for adults and teens 14+. Beginners are welcome! Registration is required.

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UPCOMING PARK PROGRAMMING

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