Top Five Ways To Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Cincinnati

However you celebrate Valentine’s Day—sexy, sweet, snarky or scholarly (read on)—here are five ways to mark the occasion.

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1. You can read about Pistachio Press in this month’s issue of Cincinnati Magazine, but visit Rachael Hetzel’s Esty shop to see a selection of her sweetly snide hand-printed letterpress cards.

2. Now is time to fill your coffers with fuzzy handcuffs and other racy boudoir accessories. Tuesday, February 14 is the last day of the annual warehouse sale at Pure Romance in Loveland. 10 a.m.–8 p.m.,

3. Ever wondered about the science of the sexes? Aaron Greene, program chair of bioscience technology at Cincinnati State and creator of It’s Just Science, taps into how the ‘battle of the sexes’ plays out across the animal kingdom. Feb 14, 6-9 p. m., Urban Artifact.

4. Think Valentine’s Day is for saps? You’re right! Sweet Maple Days at the Cincinnati Nature Center continue with guided hikes and demonstrations about sap collection and syrup production on Saturday, February 18 and additional days throughout the month. 10 a.m.–3 p.m.,

5. A sweet treat from the Chocolate Bee in Northside is always in good taste, and a box of Shalini Latour’s colorful chocolate hearts is just the ticket. Try some Bee Haven honey for your honey, or the most romantic gift of all: A really good lip balm.

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