10 things to do in Greater Cincinnati this week, including Oktoberfest and more

Sips With Sculpture

With over 50 sculptures throughout downtown, Hamilton is known as the City of Sculpture. This at-your-own pace walking tour allows to stroll through downtown Hamilton with a complimentary adult beverage from Tano Bistro in a DORA cup and two complimentary hors d’oeuvres from Two Women And a Kitchen. As you munch and sip, you’ll stop at six different locations, each with a storyteller to provide information about area sculptures. Participants are free to shop and dine at area restaurants along the way, though if you complete the tour before the end of the event, you’ll have a chance to win a $40 Tano gift card. Meet at Marcum Park on Friday from 5-8 p.m. Admission is $25. For more information, click here.

Brett Eldredge

This country star has had two gold-certified albums and five #1 singles. His last album was 2020′s “Sunday Drive.” Morgan Evans and Nate Smith will open. See him at the Andrew J. Brady Icon Center on Friday at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20-$59. For more information, call 513-232-5882 or visit www.iconmusiccenter.com

8-Track: The Sounds of the 70s

This tribute act doesn’t pay homage to a particular band but to an entire decade. Expect to hear the music of The Bee Gees, Barry Manilow, The Doobie Brothers, The Carpenters, Marvin Gaye, LaBelle, K.C. and the Sunshine Band, and more. See them at the Sorg Opera House on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. Tickets are $25. For more information, visit www.sorgoperahouse.org.

Harveysburg Historic Fall Fest and Tour

This “walk-by” tour of Harveysburg’s historic sites includes free entertainment, craft booths, wool demonstrations, water safety education, and more. Check it out at 23 North St., Harveysburg, on Saturday from noon-4 p.m. There is no admission cost. For more information, visit www.ohioslargestplayground.com.

Primus

Primus, one of the seminal bands of the alternative rock movement in the early 1990s, will be paying tribute to Rush by playing their album, “A Tribute to Kings,” in its entirety, in addition to their own music. See them at PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center on Saturday at 7 p.m. Tickets are $30.50-$70.50. For more information, call (513) 232-6220 or visit www.riverbend.org.

Jack ‘O’ Lantern Junction

This family-oriented Halloween event starts this week and runs through October. It includes a trick-or-treat maze, non-scary ghosts and skeletons, and Halloweenville, a miniature animated display. Kids will also receive a free pumpkin from the pumpkin patch. Naturally, the usual EnterTRAINment Junction activities are also available. Check it out at EnterTRAINment Junction from Saturday Oct. 31. Admission is $11.95-$14.95. Children 2 and younger are admitted free. For more information, call 513-898-8000 or visit www.entertrainmentjunction.com.

Waynesville Fall Fest

Back for the first time since COVID-19, the fall fest weekends are bigger than ever before. New activities include 18-hole miniature golf, Water Wars (water balloon slingshots), and Splash Landing Expeditions (a drive deep into the woods on an oversized Expedition). The old classics are still available, including a ghost town village, gem mining, disc golf, mazes, bocce ball, a non-scary walking trail, human foosball, and more. Check it out at 7372 Ohio 73 in Waynesville from Saturday through Oct. 31. Hours are 1 p.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, and noon-6 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $8-$10. For more information, visit www.waynesvillefallfest.com.

311: Live From the Ride Tour

This popular rap rockers are celebrating their 30th anniversary as a band. Iration and Ilya Terra will open. See them at the Andrew J. Brady Icon Center on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $35-$75. For more information, call 513-232-5882 or visit www.iconmusiccenter.com

It is with great sadness to announce the passing of Deputy Craig Mills from complications of COVID. Craig was hired on…

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If the developer cannot secure state Transformational Mixed-Use Development tax credits, city government also is obligated to additional incentives up to $1.5 million in coming years.”},{“_id”:”UX7T7YNOZND2LIPAUKTUG4M5GE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1631300773549},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Lindenwald resident Richard “Dick” Scheid, who in recent meetings urged council to approve the project, was delighted by the decision. He said it’s great because it saves a 127-year-old building that was key to both Hamilton and the neighborhood, and because it can make the area more dynamic, once people fill the apartments that are planned.”},{“_id”:”763XAZSPA5GRVCAB5PX56KYGEY”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”AA6GVAVT7JCAXL3GFAORBXJ7JA”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”‘It’s like a grand old lady’: Developer wants to turn 127-year-old Hamilton mill into apartments and retail”,”url”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news/its-like-a-grand-old-lady-developer-wants-to-turn-127-year-old-hamilton-mill-into-apartments-and-retail/LZRMSJCS3RAAZIJ7ZSQTYMKBMI/”},{“_id”:”XTLYDSU3WRAL5PTXIO5DPOCXAE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1631296053525},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Asked what he saw as the biggest benefit to the community with the deal, Scheid, who loves old buildings and history, said, “From my point of view, probably the historical preservation of the mill. 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We’ve worked on trying to get the mill on the (national) historic register several times, but we never were able to convince the owner to proceed” because the owner didn’t want to be constrained by limitations that status could bring.””},{“_id”:”NXHC4LFSO5GETGOD6UVK7BICWY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1631300773554},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Scheid said he has “eaten many times at Ruth’s Parkside Cafe” in the Schon/Bloomfield development in the former American Can building. I have yet to get to the Peters Cartridge Factory in Maineville, out by Kings Island, but everybody I’ve talked to says you’ve got to go, so I’ll be going over there.””},{“_id”:”NUX4LEYSTZHQBKZDFUJPLGYM4E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1631300773555},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Scheid said he is “pleased for the people of Lindenwald and the downtown, the people like Debbie Doerflein, who’s stuck it out a long time there, and has been a pioneer.””},{“_id”:”R3AMX7HCU5EFZMLSPXBIIAZABU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1631300773556},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Doerflein owns Heaven Sent, a group of businesses on Pleasant Avenue that includes a coffee shop, gift shop, religious bookstore, wedding chapel and banquet hall. She also has plans for another business across the street.”},{“_id”:”K5RYNL2JAVDOVGANWVGSB7ODBQ”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”NMLOJ6M2OZH2LOLELBO3SP2TGE”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Planners working to suggest better links between Lindenwald and Miami’s Hamilton campus”,”url”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news/planners-working-to-suggest-better-links-between-lindenwald-and-miamis-hamilton-campus/FKU2W2XTYBC2XMZ2WHEYPVTZ4U/”},{“_id”:”R3AMX7HCU5EFZMLSPXBIIAZABU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1631300773558},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The city has been working to improve Williams Ave., to make it a more attractive area for students and others, so they’re more likely to walk and bike between Miami University’s Hamilton campus and Lindenwald businesses.”},{“_id”:”EIFMAV67HFBXVIB74OHHPZOGYI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1631300773559},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Assistant City Manager Mallory Greenham, who works on many economic-development projects, said she believes the woolen mill’s revival will be “a game changer for Lindenwald.””}],”display_date”:”2021-09-13T09:00:00Z”,”headlines”:{“basic”:”Hamilton enters agreement for apartments, retail at historic mill site”},”first_publish_date”:”2021-09-13T09:00:00.653Z”,”taxonomy”:{“sections”:[{“path”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”parent”:{“default”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”},”_website”:”journal-news”,”parent_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”name”:”News”,”description”:””,”_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”additional_properties”:{“original”:{“parent”:{“default”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”SectionMap”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”MainMenuRedesign2021″:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”TopNav”:null,”TopicsBar”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”ComposerNav”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”},”site”:{“section_comments_enabled”:”Yes”,”site_description”:””,”site_title”:”Journal-News | Local News for Hamilton, Middletown”},”navigation”:{“nav_title”:”News”},”inactive”:false,”node_type”:”section”,”_website”:”journal-news”,”name”:”News”,”_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”ancestors”:{“default”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”SectionMap”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”MainMenuRedesign2021″:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”TopNav”:[],”TopicsBar”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”]},”order”:{“SectionMap”:1012,”MainMenuRedesign2021″:1001,”TopicsBar”:1001}}},”_website_section_id”:”journal-news./news”,”type”:”section”,”version”:”0.6.0″}],”primary_section”:{“path”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”name”:”News”},”tags”:[{“text”:”hjnhomepage”},{“text”:”hjnhptop”},{“text”:”hjnnewsletter”}]},”type”:”story”,”last_updated_date”:”2021-09-13T09:00:00.646Z”,”canonical_url”:”/news/hamilton-enters-agreement-for-apartments-retail-at-historic-mill-site/GQ6ZYCSUWBHPZMA2E4DPAZCVJA/”,”promo_items”:{“basic”:{“credits”:{“affiliation”:[]},”subtitle”:”Shuler & Benninghofen Woolen Mill”,”width”:3736,”caption”:”Hamilton has entered a development agreement for a 100-apartment complex plus retail space at the Shuler & Benninghofen Woolen Mill in Lindenwald. 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