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.
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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.
Did you know 1 out of 3 women die from heart disease? Be "red hot" and wear red on February 6, for National Wear Red Day -- an event that was developed to raise awareness about this often preventable disease.
We invite you to visit all the businesses listed below to collect heart-friendly recipes and then head to the binding station at Field of Vue Art located at 707 Fairfield Avenue to put your collection together along with a stack of bonus recipes. It doesn't end there! Many of our merchants have opened their hearts with specials for wearing red on Friday night and are accepting contributions to donate to the National Heart Association / Go Red for Women® during the month of February.
Bellevue Renaissance brings together businesses, residents and community stakeholders to secure the long-term health of our historic business district thought the use of National Main Street's Four Point Approach®. By leveraging all of our community's assets our business district and community at large will continue to evolve and grow.