Our 2018 season will be a great one! Come and join us while we support local artisans, drink craft beer, eat from stellar food trucks, and enjoy FREE yoga on the lawn (from 9:00 AM- 10:00 AM).
Our events are free, and open to the public. We will be getting our flea on rain or shine! Please feel free to bring your dog along and check out our Hamilton Flea beer booth for a doggie water bowl.
We will be having Animal Friends Humane Society joining us again, this year! So, go pet a pup!
The Lane Libraries will be bringing their bookmobile, so be sure to drop off and pick up your books!
Our non-profit organization highlight for this month is Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County Ohio. “Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County is celebrating 50 years of creating and supporting children through Life Changing Friendship. Our mission is to create positive change within the community through the power of one-to-one mentoring. Join the challenge with us from May 12th through June 30th as we push to recruit 50 Mentors in 50 Days. With your help we will create more college grads, entrepreneurs, and community leaders. Help us make Life Changing Friendships Start Here at the Hamilton Flea. Visit www.bbbsbutler.org or call 513-867-1227 to get involved.”
Free event! Please join us on Thursday, May 17th from 11:00 am-7:00 pm at InsideOut Studio for the unveiling of our Botanical-Themed Artwork! We’ll have free snacks and beverages, corn hole set up on the sidewalk, and a display of our fresh paintings, garden accessories, clayware, fused glass, jewelry and more!
Hamilton Urban Gardens & Two Little Buds will be here from 11:00-1:00 selling flowers and plants!
Swing by to grab a snack, check out our new merchandise, and meet some of our very talented artists!
InsideOut Studio is supported by a partnership with the Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities and Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati. We provide an opportunity for artists with disabilities to produce, market, and receive an income from their art; while gaining confidence in their abilities.
Transport yourself back in time to the 1900s and see how Hamilton’s industrial barons lived at the Dayton Lane May Promenade. Tour more than 8 historic homes on Dayton Street and Campbell Avenue surrounded by music, gentlemen riding on old bicycles, and horse drawn carriages to give an authentic experience.
Tickets are $20 per person the day of the event and will be sold at the check in table at the Wolfe Gazebo in the 900 block of Campbell Avenue. Rain or shine, the event will start at 1pm. To enjoy your experience more, please wear comfortable walking shoes and dress appropriately for walking outdoors.
All funds raised at this event support the Dayton Lane Historic District, a non-profit, which helps maintain the historic integrity and beauty of the neighborhood including its park, public landscapes, and other projects benefitting the nationally registered historic district.
What is the Music Cafe? It is the opportunity for Musicians of all levels to perform in a comfortable nurturing environment. It is the opportunity for the community to enjoy some local, sometimes undiscovered talent.
When: Fourth Tuesday of each month.
Where: The facilites for the Music Cafe are provided by the Fitton Center in downtown Hamilton, Ohio.
How much: Our shows are pro bono.
We neither charge admission nor pay a fee to performers.
How to sign up: Call the Fitton Center (513) 863-8873