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Enjoy the Arts @ Parks
July 31 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Woodland Mound Park
ArtsWave presents Enjoy the Arts @ Parks!
Complete with a breathtaking view of the Ohio River, Woodland Mound Park comes alive with a trio of engaging and varied performances at Enjoy the Arts @ Parks. The day begins with the Americana folk group, the Mike Oberst Duo. Local country singer-songwriter Taylor Alexander follows with his high-energy blend of traditional country, hip hop and rock. Topping off the afternoon are the smooth sounds of Taifa, bringing a soulful edge to songs you know and love.
1 p.m. | Mike Oberst Duo
2:30 p.m. | Taylor Alexander
4 p.m. | Taifa Music
About Woodland Mound Park:
The visitor center at the park features wildlife exhibits and a gift shop. The Breezy Point Pavilion is home to Parky’s Wetland Adventure playground and snack bar (which offers children’s celebration packages), a regular playground and picnic areas. Woodland Mound also has an 18-hole disc golf course and a boat launch ramp to the Ohio River (daily and annual boat launch permits may be purchased at the visitor center). Trails include a 1.2-mile paved shared-use trail, 0.9-mile fitness trail and the 0.6-mile Hedgeapple and 0.8-mile Seasongood nature trails.
Through gifts from tens of thousands of individuals and companies each year, ArtsWave funds and supports 100+ arts projects and organizations through impact-based grants. With funding, services, and advocacy, ArtsWave fuels a more vibrant regional economy and connected community through the arts.
The arts play an essential role in the success of our region. They attract national acclaim and drive tourism. The arts make our region a more attractive place to live and work. They bring vitality to our neighborhoods. They foster creativity and learning in our future leaders. The arts even help bring us together as a community across cultural divides.
Those impacts are made possible by your gift to ArtsWave, the nation’s first and largest community campaign for the arts and the Cincinnati region’s arts council.
Enjoy the Arts @ Parks photo provided by ArtsWave
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