Here you will find monthly postings about current events taking place throughout the city of Bellevue Kentucky. If you live in the Greater Cincinnati area, we encourage you to follow us. Bellevue hosts free public events every month - from First Fridays, to Family Movie Nights in the park, to annual hits like September's "Bellevue Art in the Park". There is always something to do in Bellevue! Visit the Shop Bellevue official website at www.shopbellevueky.com.
the day before Earth Day with great savings and fun along the Avenue
including a sidewalk sale!
Bellevue Farmers Market
Party Source Grand Opening - Saturday, April 21 Saturdays:
8 am to 3 pm Wednesdays:
3:30 to 7:30 pm
Celebrate seasonality - buy direct from your local independent
farmer. Produce, plants, soaps, wine, bread, eggs, meat, and
Spring Fling Friday, May 4 beginning
at 6 pm
Rejuvenate your love affair with the Avenue.
Bellevue Bridal Bash
Friday, May 11
6 to 9 pm
for our first ever unbridled "Bridal Bash" for wedding
vendors, shopping, dining, music and entertainment.
Mobile Mammography Van
the City Building Tuesday,
May 15 1 to 4:30
Schedule an appointment: 513-686-3300
3rd Saturday Celebration
3rd Annual Bellevue Blossoms
Saturday, May 19
10 am to 5 pm
the garden party you do not want to miss. Great garden
merchandise throughout our businesses. Plus, we've even invited garden
vendors to join us on the Avenue so you'll be sure to be prepared for
the summer season.
Bellevue Renaissance is wishing Creative Hands Artisan
Studio owners, Sasha Scribner & Michele Moses-Nolan, good luck in
their new careers. We're sorry to see them leave Fairfield Avenue.
They've delighted our visitors by representing up-and-coming and well
established artists and been great advocates of historic Fairfield
They will be holding a HUGE sale where prices will be
dramatically low on most items with their final closing day planned for
Friday, May 11. They shared, "We sincerely thank the city of
Bellevue, our fellow business owners who were so nice in welcoming us
so warmly, our customers, friends, family, supporters and, of course,
all of the wonderful artists we have had the pleasure to meet and get
to know. It truly has been an honor for us."
Creative Hands Artisan Studio
305 Fairfield Ave.
Bellevue's independently-owned shops and galleries, fine eateries and
bars hope you will share this monthly e-newsletter with your friends
and family. You will find a link below to make it easy. Thanks!
334 Field of Vue Artworks (rear Zen garden)
Meet Lee Becker Strohm with her spring plants and herbs for your
garden along with free range brown eggs. See the outstanding rare and
unusual flora Mark Paul always offers, consult with Ben Haggerty on
rain water recovery systems (at 1 pm), and check out the rare xeriscape
plants, and Bonsai selections for this year. Gardening is good for your
Visit our huge "Winter Clearance Sidewalk
Sale!" You'll find savings up to 75% off!
In honor of National Earth Day, in our courtyard you'll find a
huge selection of unique finds for your urban or country garden, front
porch, etc. Spend $40.00 or more with us, and in appreciation
we'll give you a free copy of Curt's book "YOUR HOME: A
Living Canvas" (a $31.79 Value)!
Renaissance is inviting you to participate in the 11th Annual Art in
the Park on Saturday, September 8 from 11 am to 5 pm. It''s
a delightful show held in the picturesque Bellevue Beach Park along the
Ohio River. Our volunteers will help make your day easier.
Bellevue Culinary Arts Cafe provides a "Taste of
Bellevue". Local musicians and belly dancers will
provide entertainment throughout the day. Art Machine will once again provide hands-on kids programming and
there will even be a performance by Circus Mojo!
The time has arrived for a new kind of bridal show!
Are you tired of seeing the same thing at every bridal event you
attend? So are we! That's why we are breaking the mold and
jumping right out of the box feet first! On Friday, May 11th,
join us for a one-of-a kind event called the Bridal Bash!
for more information. Oh, and make sure you tell all of your
friends! We'll see you at the Bash!
Sure, you can hop in your car to get to Fairfield
Avenue, but you may also want to consider walking, riding your bicycle
or taking a TANK bus or the Southbank Shuttle. http://www.tankbus.org/
It's hip, it's green, and you're bound to meet great
people along the way.