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Bobby & Serenity Fisher Headline Last Night of the Family Entertainment...

The Family Entertainment Series is back on Thursday, July 28, with the talented duo of Bobby and Serenity Fisher

Families, Fireworks Light Up Wyoming for Fourth of July

Wyoming was fully decked out in red, white and blue as the community kicked off its annual Fourth of July celebration in style.

Troop 221 Eagle Scout Project Adds Two Benches at Stearns Woods

In June, seventeen volunteers, led by prospective Wyoming Troop #221 Eagle Scout William Helser, built two benches on the Stearns Woods Nature Trail for an Eagle Scout project.

Annual Family Luau Event Returns to the Aquatic Center

This Friday, the Wyoming Family Aquatic Center is hosting the 14th Annual Family Luau, a fun event for the entire family that brings a tropical atmosphere to the pool. It takes place Friday, July 15, from 7–9 p.m.

Grammy-Nominated Entertainer Zak Morgan Performing in Wyoming

Humor-filled show with Zak Morgan will appeal to children and adults alike.

Get Ready to Celebrate the Fourth of July

The City of Wyoming is excited to celebrate the Fourth of July with a full lineup of activities, including a parade, free swimming, live music, and fireworks.

Circus Mojo Invites Families To Join The Fun 

Juggling, scarf dancing, and walking on stilts are all classic circus skills that the team from Circus Mojo, Cincinnati’s premier circus arts organization, plans to share with the community this Thursday, June 30, at 7 p.m. at Village Green.

Families Have a Fantastic Time at Touch-A-Truck Event 

The City of Wyoming’s Touch-A-Truck event, which took place June 16 along Wyoming Avenue, was successful even with the scorching temperatures.

Live on the Green returns June 22nd with Jess Lamb and...

Wyoming’s Live on the Green free concert series returns Wednesday, June 22, with a musical performance from inspiring rock band Jess Lamb and the Factory.

City Adds Rapid Flashing Beacons at Busy Crosswalks

The Wyoming Public Works Department recently installed Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFBs) at three city crosswalks, including Wyoming Avenue at Oak and Grove Avenues and Burns Avenue at Elm Street, to keep residents safer.
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