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What’s Happening in March, Cincinnati?
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN MARCH, CINCINNATI?
From interactive exhibits of the prehistoric era to masterful performances of music by Vivaldi and Handel, March will be a great month to hit the town. Here are a few of our favorite picks this month:
cast of award-winning performers. The performance integrates CGI special effects, atmospheric effects, and sound effects to create an immersive experience. These shows aren’t cheap, but they promise to be a stimulating and rewarding experience.
JURASSIC QUEST When: March 13–15 Where: Duke Energy Center Cost: $20–$36
LANDSCAPE GARDENING FOR THE NOVICE When: March 11; 1:00 p.m. Where: Anderson Branch Library Cost: Free
Jurassic Quest features over 80 true-to-life-size dinosaurs, complete with every scale, feather, and talon placed to produce museum-quality standard. Jurassic Quest’s Dinosaur World features dinosaurs that roar, move, and walk around. The event will feature life-like baby dinosaurs and
This volunteer-led workshop is perfect for novice home gardeners who hope to up their game in 2020. The question and answer session will include helpful tips for plant selection to generate year-round interest, planting, fertilizing and pruning, and design planning for gardeners.
walking adolescent dinosaurs. This event also features activities like fossil digging, dinosaur-themed rides, kid-oriented crafts, and Dino Science Stations.
HANDEL IN ROME: THE DELIRIUM OF LOVE When: March 13–14; 8:00 p.m. Where: Music Hall Cost: $14–$130
SHEN YUN 2020 When: March 18–20; 7:30 p.m. Where: Aronoff Center for the Arts Cost: $80–$150
Featuring Thomas Dunford on the lute, soprano Joelle Harvey, and conductor Jonathan Cohen, this program will feature Baroque music by Handel and Vivaldi. Hosted by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, this concert is part of Series 2 and will include Vivaldi’s “Lute Concerto,” Zelenka’s “Sinfonia a 8”, and Handel’s “Delirio Amoroso.”
Shen Yun is a celebration of classical Chinese dance and this performance will feature stunning costumes, original orchestral works, and a
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