Sometimes, one needs to get out and see something beautiful to remind him or her that there is more to life than waking, eating and sleeping. Two such sights are the Krohn Conservatory, in Cincinnati’s Eden Park, and its annual Butterfly Show.
In late May and early June, the fireflies begin to come out, the days aren’t yet oppressively humid and the evening temperatures are comfortably cool. It’s about the time that many Cincinnati retirees beginning thinking about dining en plein air once again—backyard weenie roasts with the grandchildren or evenings downtown.
Sometimes you have to look with fresh eyes to really appreciate what your city has to offer. Cincinnati is no exception. The Queen City is full of exciting and enriching attractions that are often overlooked. So rather than going out of town for vacation, sometimes it's a good idea to get re-acquainted with the pleasures of your hometown instead.
Marjorie P. Lee started off April on the right note as residents joined other local patrons of the arts for a special concert by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in appreciation of season ticket holders. No joke!
Take a look at what else we have in store now that spring has truly arrived.
What kind of life are you dreaming of after retirement?
The Queen City of the West has long been known as a bastion of innovation and industry. It may surprise a senior living outside the area to learn of the many arts and cultural attractions available to residents of retirement communities in Cincinnati.