Cincinnati Museum Center's 1940s Living History Weekend
Fluff your pin curls and trot on down to the Cincinnati Museum Center's 1940s Living History Weekend. As Union Terminal's undeniable heyday, the decade of the 1940s witnessed more than 200 trains arriving and departing daily. Visitors can enjoy the classic car show on the front driveway, listen to the boogie-woogie tunes of Andrews Sisters-inspired singers or jitterbug to the live big band, or try their hands at bingo with a classic 1940s set.
August 10-11, 10 a.m., $12.50, Cincinnati Museum Center, 1301 Western Avenue, cincymuseum.org