If you’re in the area, there are several things to do. For instance, you can attend Rhinegeist’s Ninth Anniversary Party or visit the Miamitown Pet Palooza. There are also several festivals in Miamitown, including the Panegyri Festival. You can also visit the Miamitown Arts Center to see a play or attend a concert.

Rhinegeist’s Ninth Anniversary Party

On Saturday, June 23, the Rhinegeist Brewery in Miamitown will celebrate its ninth birthday with a Western-themed birthday party. The event will feature a Wild West photo booth, a special saloon, Rhinegeist beers and bourbon from New Riff Distilling. The party will also include food from Bee’s Barbecue and a mechanical bull.

In addition to its traditional nine-year anniversary celebration, the Rhinegeist will host the “Nines are Wild” party, a Pride-themed dance party, at Paul Brown Stadium on the evening of June 25. In addition to the dance party, the event will also feature a yoga session in the stadium, which will benefit Tidal Babe Period Supply Bank. The event is sponsored by Cottonelle and Kroger. The weather is expected to be beautiful for the party.

Guests can also sample Cold Double IPA, which is brewed with Centennial, Citra, Nelson Sauvin and Motueka hops. The brew blends the bold, floral profile of a double IPA with the crisp taste of a lager. This beer will be available on draft for the event, and will also be available in 16oz four-packs.

Miamitown Pet Palooza

The Miamitown Pet Palooza is an annual two-day event that features pet talent shows, educational talks, vendors, food trucks, and other fun events for pet lovers. The event also includes an adoption drive, where people can adopt a pet and receive free food, clothing, and pet toys.

This event benefits the Monmouth County SPCA, which cares for stray and abandoned animals in the community. You can meet the SPCA staff and check out their programs. You can also take a campus tour to learn more about the organization and its work. The MCSPCA hopes to attract a large crowd to the event.

Cincinnati’s Panegyri Festival

The annual Panegyri Festival in Cincinnati is a family-friendly Greek Festival. Founded in 1974, the festival has become a popular event in the area. Children 12 and under are free. Proceeds from the festival will go to the Freestore Foodbank power pack program. The festival is a great way to celebrate Greek culture, and the Hellenic Dancers are a popular feature.

Panegyri is a weekend-long celebration of Greek culture hosted by the Holy Trinity-St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. The festival offers fun and educational activities for the whole family. It also includes Greek cooking classes and live performances. For those who can’t make it, the festival offers a shuttle service to the festival and parking at nearby St. Xavier High School for free.