End of Summer Celebra
To mark the end of summer and the return of the school year, St. Joseph's Parish hosts a citywide festival known as the End of Summer Celebration. This annual festival takes place during one weekend in August, featuring booths selling arts, crafts, and delicious food. If you have kids, they will love the festival's carnival rides and games. Also, the main stage is full of live performances throughout the festival, but it is on Friday and Saturday night that it really comes alive. The headliners play at 8:30, giving parents just enough time to call the sitter and put the kids to bed.
Grab a Frozen Treat a
Stop into Cocoberry to enjoy a delicious treat while supporting local business. This frozen yogurt shop will satisfy your sweet tooth with its hundreds of possible flavor combinations. First, you can choose between various frozen yogurts, which can include unique flavors such as Salted Caramel Pretzel, Pumpkin Pie, and Mocha. Then, head over to the toppings bar to pile on all the fresh fruit, candy, and sauces that you like. Finally, simply set it on the scale and pay by weight. Best of all, Cocoberry is locally owned and has a cool and comfortable atmosphere that is perfect for relaxing and enjoying some fro-yo.
Take a Walk in the Pa
Spanning over 11 acres of green space in the heart of the city, Crescent Springs Community Park is more than simply a park. This park is a place to meet with friends, family, and neighbors. It is a place to get active and walk the 1.5-mile nature trail. It is a place for children to play in the fresh air and make new friends. This community park is also pet-friendly and features a playground created for children with physical limitations. This makes it a true community park where everyone will feel welcome and is sure to have a fun time.