September is here. Fall is in the air. The wind is starting to blow. The kids are busy with school, sports, and events. Have some family time with one of these great Butler County events.
Oxford Community Square Dance
Friday, September 1, 2017 @ 7pm
Join us for our Fall 2017 Community Square Dances, hosted by the Jericho Old Time Band. Square dances will be held on the First Friday of every month through the fall, winter, and spring, except January. Admission is just $7 at the door. People of all skill levels are welcome!
@ Lakota East High School, 6840 Lakota Lane
On September 2, 1997 Lakota East High School held classes for the first time. Join us to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Lakota East High School on Friday, September 8th. The evening will culminate with a Rozzi’s Fireworks Display at the conclusion of the football game.
@ E-Dot Park, Darrtown
The 2017 Darrtown Reunion and Fall Festival is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, September 9th and 10th. Music all weekend, food and drinks, a beer garden, family activities, parade and much more.
@ RiversEdge Park in Hamilton
Live show at RiversEdge. David Shaw’s Big River Get Down + The Revivalists Presented by Miller Lite, The Record Company, Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, THE MARCUS KING BAND, Atlas Road Crew, Smooth Hound Smith, Naughty Professor
Horse Daze at Elk Creek MetroPark
Saturday, September 16, 2017 @ 10:000 am – 4:00 pm
Lasso up some fun at this year’s Horse Daze! Come out to enjoy horse rides, tractor drawn hayrides, horse photo opportunities, demonstrations, games & activities!
@ Liberty Park, behind YMCA. 6757 Yankee Road
Celebrate fall in Liberty Township at the Fall Festival. Enjoy arts and crafts, vendor booths, food a kids zone, games, and pets. Register your pet for the Paws on Parade at 11am. The parade begins at noon.
@ St. Ann 646 Clinton Ave Hamilton
The St. Ann PAC, Interest Group and Parish present its first Oktoberfest. Come enjoy German music, beer, food, desserts, games, and much more. Mingle with your friends and neighbors. Dance a polka, drink from a stein, eat bratwurst with saurkraut, share some strudel! Help make this event an annual tradition for St. Ann’s.
Saturday, September 30, 2017 from Noon – 5pm
Sing Out Against Poverty is a family-friendly, Christian Rock Festival which seeks to raise awareness for Faith Alliance outreach programs benefiting our neighbors living in poverty.Free admission and open to the public! Four local Christian bands will play with STAR 93.3 and DJ Julie Pierce kicking off the festivities! Free food and beverages offered along with door prizes and the Hauser Air Kid Zone featuring games & prizes, corn hole, face painting, coloring contest, and a Cool Zone tent!