Thursday, February 02, 2017

Feel Loved in Bellevue this Friday Night!

We're Showing the Love
Friday, February 3, beginning at 5 pm 

IN VUE is anxious to make you feel loved! We'll romance you this evening with a Shopper's Reward Night, so be sure to bring along your purple IN VUE tote bag to receive gifts and discounts at participating businesses. Don't already have one? Receive your own signature tote tonight for supporting IN VUE merchants.
Parking IN VUE

Our visitors have been asking for convenient, free parking and it's finally a reality!  We're excited to reveal our brand new public parking lot on Taylor Avenue. Simply turn at the Fifth Third Bank from Fairfield Avenue heading toward the river and it's on the left.  Perfect for the parallel parking impaired! Check it out tonight!

This longtime goal became a reality with assistance from the State of Kentucky, Desmond Insurance, Dobbling, Muehlenkamp-Erschell Funeral Home, and the City of Bellevue.
Caring IN VUE

Have a heart, buy a heart at Avenue Brew as they extend a hand to raise money for Danielle's Fight. Danielle is the daughter of Bellevue/Dayton Firefighters Jennifer and Robby Duke. In May of 2006 she was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Your contribution will help with medical expenses and Danielle's dream trip to Disney World. For more information on how you can contribute, please visit 
Music IN VUE

We have an evening you'll love on February 3! 

Shop, have a bite and a sip, then head to St. John United Church of Christ located at 520 Fairfield Avenue for an 8 pm concert. The Cincinnati Children's Choir will perform songs from around the world. Enjoy the opening night celebration.  

ShurWood Forest Custom Creations is Frame & Hang Studio's Featured Artist for February
When Mike Shuron was a child, he watched his grandfather build things in his shop, sometimes borrowing tools from his grandfather for small projects. Mike's love for woodworking grew over time. Eventually, he created his own shop in his Syracuse, New York basement where he started to make furniture for his family. This evolved into making custom furniture for those wanting something unique or to fit into a particular space. Mike won an award for one of his cabinets at the Northeastern Woodworkers Show in Saratoga Springs, New York. As time went on, he developed a desire to make wooden toys winning 1st place in the Senior Division of the New York State Fair and Best in Show for his wooden toys. Since moving to Kentucky, Mike is enjoying exhibiting at craft shows. 

Some of his toys are for small boys and girls.  Some are collectable toys for big boys and girls.  Mike enjoys woodworking particularly watching the joy when people view the toys he created.  Mike's toys can be seen on Facebook at Forest.  He also will create a custom design just for you.  
You can reach Mike at
Eat IN VUE   Drink IN VUE

Shop Bellevue with Packhouse Meats and Darkness Brewing! Friday, February 3 from 5 to 10 pm.
Why Go Red? 
Heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths among women each year, killing approximately one woman every 80 seconds. Fortunately, we have the power to change that because 80 percent of cardiac and stroke events may be prevented with education and action.

Raise awareness and fund the fight against heart disease and stroke by creating your own FUNraising webpage today! By doing so you help support educational programs to increase women's awareness and critical research to discover scientific knowledge about cardiovascular health.
The 2nd Annual Winter Carnival was a blast! You won't want to miss the 3rd!
Third Annual Winter Carnival

Third Saturday Celebration 
Saturday, February 18  from 11 am to 3 pm
The roving Pickled Brothers perform feats of fire-eating and sword swallowing. Presto Paul the magician executes tableside magic. A balloon twister, tarot card reader and face painters add to the fun. The Say Cheese Photobooth will be parked in the 400 block for everyone to capture a memory of the day.
Winter Carnival kicks off at 11 a.m. with a Princess and Superhero Parade led by Fairy Godmother and departing from Siam Orchid at 511 Fairfield Avenue. (Children are encouraged to dress up as their favorite princess or superhero character.) Willy Wonka visits at 11:15 a.m. to drop a golden ticket into the Witt's End Candy Emporium Mystery Box; whoever draws the ticket will win a $50 cash prize.
Le Sorelle Boutique is planning to hand out Princess and Superhero Goody Bags. Darkness Brewing is giving away one of its Stainless Steel Double-Walled Darkness Brewing Growlers ($50 value). At Schneider's Sweet Shop, one lucky winner will walk away with a 2-lb box of Homemade Assorted Chocolates. Other giveaways are planned and visitors may enter drawings at participating Fairfield Avenue merchants.
Additionally, there will be food specials, like milk shakes and malts on sale at Schneider's Sweet Shop and knotty dogs at The Pretzel Place, and Midway-style games, including Swedish Fish Bowl at Witt's End Candy Emporium. Fun and activities are planned at various shops along Fairfield Avenue.
Sponsored by United Bank & Capital Trust Company (formerly Citizens Bank of Northern Kentucky) and Cleves and Lonnemann Jewelers, Winter Carnival IN VUE is free and open to the public. The event takes place - indoors and out - from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Feb. 18. (Note: Rain date is Saturday, March 11.) Check the www.ShopBellevueKy.comwebsite or Facebook for more details and updates about Winter Carnival Winter Carnival IN VUE 2017.
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