Enrichment and After-School Programs
- Art (10)
- Computer Instruction (2)
- Dance (14)
- Fitness & Sports (10)
- Gymnastics & Cheer (3)
- Music (17)
- Theater (6)
- Tutoring & Education (10)
We offer private music lessons in piano, voice, guitar, ukulele, violin, drums, & more. Our goal is to foster confidence and creativity in students of all ages through exceptional musical learning. With our outstanding faculty, unparalleled customer service, innovative programs, and excellent facilities, we hope to transform lives and bolster our community through the joy of music. With two convenient locations in Olde Montgomery and Mason, CSM provides easy access and flexible hours to accommodate today’s busy families. Join us today and develop a life-long passion for music!
Hours (Milford): Mon-Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 12-6pm
Description: Swing, Climb, Jump and Shoot all day! Recreations Outlet is a local family owned business that specializes in backyard equipment: quality basketball hoops, wooden playsets, top of the line trampolines, hot tubs, multi-sport bounce backs, and rec room tables and fun. Their Milford location also has a HUGE indoor playground to host parties, pay to play, or just test out all the fun before you buy!
Cincinnati Boychoir serves boys from all over the metro region with first-class vocal education and transformative performance and touring opportunities. Drawing from the cultural diversity of the area, we develop artists and artistry through music and cultural education and performance to build confident citizens and community leaders. We serve 200+ boys annually, hold up to 20 performances annually, and tour locally and abroad.
Bear Paddle specializes in year round swim lessons at a kid-friendly facility for children of all ages and abilities. We offer easy online registration, a warm indoor saltwater pool, engaging swim lessons, and a dedicated team that makes the experience one-of-a-kind.
Mason location: 9376 Mason Montgomery Rd, Mason, OH, 45040, Oakley location: 3099 Disney St, Cincinnati, OH 45209
Be sure to visit all three museums! The Duke Energy Children’s Museum is consistently ranked in the top 10 children’s museums in the U.S. and the exhibits encourage kids to climb, crawl, explore and learn about themselves and the world around them. Then, walk through a glacier and step back 19,000 years into the Ice Age in the Museum of Natural History & Science and learn about Cincinnati’s past and early life in Ohio in the Cincinnati History Museum. Group activities are also available for all ages, such as Scout Programs, Day Camps, Overnights, Sprouts Institute, Bright Ideas and Explorers University. Our programming is multi-diciplinary (like us), and focuses on everything from art and culture to science, history and technology.
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Get your heart pumping the fun way! Experience World Class Laser Tag with the intense physical fun of the Indoor Trampoline Park , huge Arcade with redemption and video games and more! Stop in after school to get moving after a long day of sitting still!
7082 Columbia Road, Maineville, OH 45039
1335 Donaldson Rd, Erlanger, KY 41018
Kindermusik for the Young Child (4 1/2 -6 1/2) is a wonderful way for you child to prepare for a lifetime of music making. Learning to read music as well as studying instruments from the orchestra and around the world. Through games, song, stories, dance and instruments children learn rhythms and notes on the staff and all these is a wonderful precursor to future music experiences whether it be choral, keyboard or instrumental.
Taylor Robinson Music Lessons has dozens of music instructors in the Cincinnati area for guitar, piano, voice, drums, and more! Lessons can be held at the instructor’s studio or in the comfort of your own home. Find your perfect teacher and learn to play from the heart!
Enjoy Private Lesson Instruction in Piano, Violin, Cello, Bass, Voice, Guitar and Flute with one of our experienced professional teachers! RCM Certificates of Merit available for students of all ages, instruments and levels. Lots of Recitals, group activities, performance classes and music theory are part of our program!
Through the art of the theatrical clown and the one-ring circus, My Nose Turns Red cultivates a supportive environment that inspires youth to challenge themselves, develop essential life skills and engage audiences.
My Nose Turns Red was founded in 1984 when co-founders Jean St. John and Steve Roenker began touring as theatrical clowns Juice and Shootang, bringing their art form to thousands of children through school performances, workshops, and residencies. In 1997, MNTR created a circus program designed to give youth the opportunity to experience the joys and challenges of circus training and performing.
My Nose Turns Red Youth Circus has been nationally recognized as a member of the Social Circus Network in a joint project between the American Youth Circus Organization and Cirque du Soleil. The Social Circus Network is designed to bring up-to-date research and resources to the 17-member network to increase youth circus participation and improve program design.
Social Circus is defined as an “innovative social intervention approach based on circus arts. The primary goal is not to learn the circus arts, but rather to assist with participants’ personal and social development by nurturing their self-esteem and trust in others, as well as by helping them to acquire social skills, become active citizens, express their creativity and realize their potential.”
A recent study of the sector research concludes that social circus: promotes physical and mental health and wellness; fosters human connection and belonging; encourages civic engagement and cultural and socio-economic integrations, and builds resilience.
My Nose Turns Red’s strategic plan calls for 30% of enrollment to be at-risk and attend for free. This includes scholarships, a 24-week session at Woodford Paideia Academy, ongoing programming at Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home (12 years), and the TALL Institute, an organization for adults with intellectual and developmental challenges.
MNTR also reaches underserved children by offering full and partial scholarships to our after-school programs, circus classes including the Advanced Circus Ensemble program and summer camps.