Winter is here! While the weather may make you want to stay inside, Wyoming has plenty of events and things to do that should encourage you to get out of the house.

You can take yoga classes to help you keep those New Year’s resolutions. Or, you can enjoy plenty of festivities that might help you break them. The W Lounge is celebrating its one-year anniversary, Mardi Gras, and St. Patrick’s Day, while Gabby’s Café is celebrating Bockfest in early March.

Of course, we can’t forget some tried and true annual Wyoming traditions like the Citizen of the Year awards and the JWC Euchre Tournament.

View the full list of winter events below (January–March).

Editor’s Note: Bookmark this article and check back often as events will be added or updated with more details when available.

Saturdays, Jan. 21 & 28, Feb. 4 & 11
Yoga 101 for Beginners, a four-week series, Kindred Flow Yoga, 12:30–2:30 p.m.

Want to start the new year off strong? Join the four-part beginners series at Kindred Flow Yoga. It’s part movement, part foundational postures and techniques, and part seated instruction about guiding yoga philosophy to give everyone confidence and success. The investment includes two class passes for future beginner or beginner-friendly classes. Register here.

Saturday, Jan. 21
Crystal Singing Bowl Sound Bath, Kindred Flow Yoga, 7–8:15 p.m.

Move gently and then rest comfortably as you allow the 432Hz-tuned crystal singing bowls to facilitate the release of stuck or stagnant energy. The specific frequencies of the bowls allow “fresh” energy to circulate and promote multi-level healing. Register here.

Thursday, Jan. 26
LEED Renovations in Historic Homes, Wyoming Civic Center, 7 p.m.

Living in an older home doesn’t have to mean high energy bills and inefficient systems.

Presented by the Wyoming Historical Society, this event will feature Wyoming resident Krutarth Jain, an architect with Champlin Architecture, discussing LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) renovations in historic homes. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. Click here for more information.

Tuesday, Jan. 31
Citizen of the Year Ceremony, Pendery Center, 7:30 p.m.

This annual ceremony is hosted to honor and recognize residents for their volunteer work in the community, the Cincinnati area, and the world at large. This year, the City will recognize the following Wyoming citizens: Rebecca Barry, Cori Besse, Derek Easton, Becky Freund, Alex Guest, Rev. Eric Miller, Bobbi Strangfeld, and Sarah Stankorb Taylor.

Friday–Sunday, Feb. 3–5
Daddy Daughter Dance, Wyoming Civic Center, 7–9 p.m.

One of the city’s most popular events returns! Dads, uncles, grandfathers, and caregivers can plan for a spectacular evening with non-stop dancing, snacks, and a keepsake photo. This year’s theme is “Under the Sea,” featuring cute mermaid-themed decorations and lighting that will make you feel like you’re underwater.

Saturday, Feb. 11
JWC Annual Charity Euchre Tournament, Wyoming Civic Center, 6 p.m.

The JWC is bringing back its popular Euchre Tournament, offering both competitive and social brackets. Sign up as a single player or find a partner and sign up together. Complimentary snacks are available along with beverages for purchase. Doors open at 6 p.m., registration closes at 6:30 p.m. (anyone arriving after 6:30 p.m. will automatically be placed in the social bracket), and the first hand will be dealt at 7 p.m. Register here.

Tuesday, Feb. 14
Celebrate Valentine’s Day at The W Lounge, starting at 7 p.m.

After a hugely successful New Year’s Eve, Chef Lori Yacucci is hosting another upscale dining experience. Enjoy a seated and multi-course dinner along with optional drink pairings from head bartender Thom Kuykendall. Check out The W Lounge’s Facebook and Instagram pages for menu details and learn more on their website.

Thursday, Feb. 16–Sunday, Feb. 19
First Anniversary Celebration at The W Lounge

Join Mary, Thom, Lori, Audra, Christian, Casey, and Jacob for The W Lounge’s First Anniversary Party! “Come celebrate that we’re still here and loving it! As a thank you to all of our customers, the community, and city officials, we are offering a free drink from Feb. 16 to Feb. 19.” Join W’s mailing list before Feb. 15 at to receive a drink code.

Saturday, Feb. 18
Crystal Singing Bowl Sound Bath, Kindred Flow Yoga, 7–8:15 p.m.

Move gently and then rest comfortably as you allow the 432Hz-tuned crystal singing bowls to facilitate the release of stuck or stagnant energy. The specific frequencies of the bowls allow “fresh” energy to circulate and promote multi-level healing. Register here.

Tuesday, Feb. 21
Mardi Gras Party at The W Lounge, starting at 5 p.m.

The W Lounge will host its second annual Mardi Gras party with authentic New Orleans jambalaya and hurricanes. Learn more on their website.

Saturday, Feb. 25
Kindervelt #8 (Wyoming) First Annual Pickleball Tournament, Five Season Sports Club, starting at 8 a.m.

Want to test your pickleball skills? Sign up for Kindervelt’s pickleball tournament! This event welcomes all experience levels, so it’s a great opportunity for players who’ve never competed. Funds raised will support the Critical Care Unit and Pediatric ICU at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Register here.

Saturday, Feb. 25
St. Vincent de Paul Chili Cookoff Fundraiser
St. James of the Valley, 5:30-8:00pm

A Chili Cookoff Fundraiser for the St. Vincent de Paul Societies of St. James of the Valley, Our Lady of the Rosary, and Our Lady of the Valley will be held at St. James of the Valley, 411 Springfield Pike in Wyoming. Your entry fee of $10 covers tastings and 10 Voting tickets.

Saturday, Feb. 25
90s Hip Hop Dance Party, Wyoming Community Coffee, 8–11 p.m.

The coffee shop is staying open late for a dance party hosted by Kelly Trush and Karen Klaus, former owners of Station. Just like at Station dance parties, jam to your favorite 90s tunes played by His Highness, DJ Treyness Harness.

Saturdays, Feb. 25, March 4, March 11, March 18
Yoga for Healthy Hormones, a four-week series, Kindred Flow Yoga, 12:30–1:45 p.m.

Learn how specific yoga postures can influence your hormones, which affect energy levels, appetite, levels of creativity, and intuition. Whether you seek information about monthly cycles or life changes, this series will help you increase your awareness and embrace subtle and large differences to move through the changes rather than against them. Register here.

Early March
JWC Annual Wyoming Shamrock Shakedown

Feeling lucky? JWC leprechauns will be out in the neighborhood each night planting the yards of our lucky friends with fields of shamrocks. They’ll also offer a split-the-pot raffle. Visit their website for more information.

Saturday, March 4
Third Annual Bockfest, Gabby’s Cafe, 12–4 p.m.

While celebrations are taking place around Cincinnati, the best party in town will be at Gabby’s Cafe as they host their third annual Bockfest. You can enjoy German-inspired food, face painting, balloon animals, a German band, and of course, Bock beers. Próst!

Saturday, March 11
Blue, White & Bloom Fundraiser, Wyoming Civic Center, 7–11 p.m.

The Wyoming School Foundation is hosting its annual fundraiser with food trucks, an open bar, live music, and a great time with the neighborhood supporting a great cause—Wyoming Schools.Click here to register.

Friday, March 17
St. Patrick’s Day Celebration, The W Lounge, 7 a.m.–2:30 a.m.

Start the St. Patty’s Day celebration before the sun rises! Play hooky or join after work at The W Lounge. They’re closing the street and planning live music, drink specials, and more! Details coming soon.

Thursday, March 23
History of Cincinnati Cuisine, presented by the Wyoming Historical Society, Wyoming Civic Center, 7 p.m.

Cincinnatians are staunchly proud of our namesake chili, and fiercely loyal to our legacy food makers. Polly Campbell documented this love affair for nearly 25 years as the food critic for the Cincinnati Enquirer, even compiling her vast knowledge into a book. Join Campbell as she takes us on a tour of “Cincinnati Food: A History of Queen City Cuisine.” Visit the Historical Society’s Facebook page for more information.

A sneak peek into April…

If that wasn’t enough, our community has plenty of activities coming up in April.

The Sonsational Dance is scheduled for April 14 and 15.

Kindred Flow Yoga is having spring semester kids’ yoga classes, parent/child classes, additional crystal healing meditations, Sound Baths, and a four-week meditation series.

Also, in late April, it’ll be time for spring cleaning, including the annual UpCycle Day, Junk Day, and the Wyoming Community Food Drive. More information to come in our Spring Guide!