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 weather forecast is amazing, so come hang out in the beautiful Bellevue Beach Park while you take in great art, fine craft, delicious food from local restaurants, music, belly dancing, and making masterpieces with kids with Art Machine!
Following Art in the Park, from 7 to 10 pm, rock with Scott Sprague and Friends in the amphitheater!
A warm thank you to our sponsors! NKYVCB LIFT Grant
Shop Bellevue! Dog & Cats Days of Summer Friday, September 6 beginning at 6 pm We're going to the dogs - bring yours to meet pet organizations and vendors.
Art in the Park Saturday, September 14 11 am to 5 pm at the Bellevue Beach Park
Artist, Craftspeople, music, and a Taste of Bellevue
Shop Bellevue! Rocktober a pre-Mayesfest party Friday, October 4 beginning at 6 pm
Mayesfest - Bellevue Bluegrass Festival at the Bellevue Beach Park Saturday, October 12 2 pm to 10 pm A one day bonanza of Bluegrass and American Roots music on three stages
Joanna Maehren's entrepreneurial spirit and creativity led her to opening "The Beadery" during the early days of the revitalization of Fairfield Avenue. Today she's still creating a destination for customer jewelry and beading supplies, bead classes, bead parties, and a destination for hand-made bridal jewelry. The Bellevue Beadery continues thrive even though beads can be bought in many places, because they provide a community with expertise and extraordinary design capabilities.
Celebrate The Bellevue Beadery's Ten Year Anniversary with owner, Joanna Maehren, at 341 Fairfield Avenue in historic downtown Bellevue. To celebrate this milestone you'll find the following exciting offers:
Thursday, September 5 - Save 25% ON ALL Czech glass strands and seed beads.
Friday, September 6 - Save 20% on all semi-precious bead strands and seasonal beads. Save 15 % on all finished customer designed jewelry.
Saturday, September 7 - Save 10% on Swarovski crystals and all sterling sliver and gold-filled beads, charms and findings.
Sunday, September 8 - Save 15% on your total purchase.
They're having their official Anniversary Party on Saturday, September 7 from 5 to 9 pm with door prizes, finished jewelry for sale and every discount offered throughout their anniversary sale weekend will be honored during the party.
Friday, September 6 launches theWNKU Silent Auction at Field of Vue Art located at 707 Fairfield Avenue. Bid on art and craft donated by regional artisans with proceeds going to WNKU - a major sponsor of Art in the Park.
The Brew at Night
With the change of seasons comes a change in hours at Avenue Brew. starting this Wednesday. Wednesdaythrough Saturday they will be open until 9 pm! Stop in for the fun, a meal, a snack, a coffee or a beer.
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!
SAAP works with other organizations and individuals to save stray and discarded animals in the Northern Kentucky / Greater Cincinnati area. They are a completely volunteer organization and rely on private donations, adoption fees and volunteers.
Funded entirely by donations and operated solely by volunteers, our no-kill shelter currently homes over 600 dogs and cats, many of whom have been abused, abandoned or literally tossed away. Teams of volunteers work with the animals two shifts a day, 365 days a year, providing them with a safe and caring environment until they can place them in permanent, loving homes.
Their goal is to create an accepting and compassionate culture in which abused, unwanted and stigmatized dogs such as bully breed mixes, reside and thrive in well informed, responsible, loving homes and communities. CPC helps relieve suffering of and prevent cruelty to all dogs, but more importantly ensure that bully breed dogs are treated in a humane manner through the dissemination of educational content, public offering of training or behavior modification resources and participation in community outreach programs.
Owen County Friends of Animals, Inc. was started in 2005 due to the horrible treatment of shelter animals in Owen County. Thier goal is to save as many shelter dogs as possible from an untimely death. They also strive to educate people about the benefits of spaying or neutering your pet.
Save Our Shelter Dogs is a small volunteer-only group of individuals with the common desire to help the "forgotten" dogs. We go into shelters and take the dogs that are next in line for euthanasia. They are not breed specific. They take them all. They provide vaccinations, heartworm testing, spay or neuters, heartworm and flea treatment, and additional medical care necessary for these foster dogs.
They'll be under the marquee at the Marianne Theater.
They are a full service animal hospital located at 102 Fairfield Ave. They understand that your pet is part of your family and we are here to provide quality care medicine to them. They strive to be a part of the community and enrich the human animal bond.
They'll be welcoming you in front of St. John UCC.
Perfection K-9 Services is a full service bed bug inspection and bed bug removal company in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Bed bugs hide during the day in the cracks and crevices of furniture seams, carpet materials, between mattress and box spring and even in the cracks of baseboards. Complete bed bug control and extermination can be nearly impossible to achieve without professional guidance and help.
Ohio Alleycat Resource & Spay/Neuter Clinic enriches the lives of cats and communities in Greater Cincinnati by providing low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter services for ferals, strays and pets; offering TNR (trap-neuter-return) and other outreach programs; and running a small, no-kill adoption center dedicated to finding loving homes.
They have been doing rat rescue for over 10 years and have placed over 1,000 rats into their loving forever homes in Ohio and several surrounding states. They use foster homes and do not breed rats. There are far too many animals dying daily because there are not enough homes. All of the rats that come to them are surrendered by owner or come from emergency situations such as hoarding cases, shelters not equipped to care for rats or other crises.