Top 5 Things to Do This Weekend

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1. Cincy Winter Beerfest is back again at the Duke Energy Convention Center. Sample beers-of-all-sorts from over 150 local craft breweries from across the country. Food, music, and —of course— lots of booze make this a well-rounded night out. With three sessions to choose from, this is where all your friends, family, and neighbors will be this weekend. Feb 2-3, 2018, Duke Energy Convention Center, Downtown, cincybeerfest.com

2. If you haven’t seen a show in the new Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Otto M. Budig Theater, then now is the time. They’re bringing the revolutionary film Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner live to the stage in an always-relevant adaptation directed by D. Lynn Meyers. Through Feb 17, 2018, Otto M. Budig Theater, OTR, (513) 381-2273, cincyshakes.com

3. Watch the master in action at Seinfeld Live this weekend. One of America’s most legendary comedians, Jerry Seinfeld forged generations of stand-up lovers with his hit television show and self-deprecating, observational humor. Feb 3, 2018, Aronoff Center, Downtown, (513) 621-2787, cincinnatiarts.org

4. The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra continues their standout season back in the newly renovated Music Hall with Jaunjo Mena Conducts the Leningrad. The renowned Spanish maestro was recently appointed as the Principal Conductor of the May Festival, and will lead the symphony in playing Shostakovich’s powerful Symphony, No. 7, Leningrad. This 1941 work was written in response to oppression, and remains impactful to today’s modern audience. Feb 2-3, 2018, Music Hall, OTR, (513) 621-1919, cincinnatisymphony.org

5. Grab the kids and head to Krohn Conservatory for a delightful exploration of A Garden of Pure Imagination. This Willy Wonka inspired exhibit will be filled with candy-colored blooms and props to celebrate the coming of spring. Through March 11, 2018, Krohn Conservatory, Eden Park, (513) 421-4086, cincinnatiparks.com

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