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.
Get a 8x10 photo of your pooch with Santa and support a worthy cause this holiday season. Saturday, December 8 from 1 to 5 pm is your opportunity to do just that. Your $15 photograph will benefit the Campbell County Animal Shelter.
Bring your dog or cat to Doggynauts located at 708 Fairfield Avenue for a picture and some Christmas shopping for your favorite pet.
Dirty Hairy's is sponsoring a fun-filled afternoon to benefit SAAP at Interior Visions located at 404 Fairfield Avenue on Sunday, December 9 from 11 am to 5 pm. Pet portraits, gifts, pet adoptions, and a gaudy holiday sweater contest! Visit our website for more information!
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.
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!
Stop in to the restaurant just named to Polly Campbell's Brunch Hall of Fame!
Good bye to Our Friend
Last week, Bellevue Renaissance was saddened by the loss of a dedicated business owner, Mike Groneck of Groneck PhotoGraphix. His kind and generous nature will be missed.
Bellevue Renaissance extends their sympathy to Mike's family and friends.
At St. John United Church of Christ
Community Carol Sing
St. John welcomes the community to a Christmas Carol Sing in the church sanctuary on Friday, December 7th. Drop in anytime between 7:00 and 8:30 p.m! Sing your favorite carols with your friends and neighbors.
Alternative Christmas Fair
Also on December 7th, St. John will have a booth for their local mission, Senior Services of Northern Kentucky, and one for Church World Service (CWS). If you have someone on our list that wants the gift of supporting a non-profit organization, then buy a goat for a family, or mosquito netting, or help bore a hole for water, all for global missions.