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.
Wednesday, March 01, 2017
Shop Bellevue this Friday - Rain or Shine!
We're Singing in the Rain
Friday, March 3, beginning at 5 pm
"March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb" the old saying foretells, so this Friday we'll just embrace the unpredictable weather and celebrate National Umbrella Month. Receive a beautiful new Bellevue umbrella as a special reward for shopping IN VUE. Dust off your fedora and don your favorite trench coat as a nod to the classic movie. This is one Shop Bellevue! where we can sincerely say "Bring on the wet stuff - we're ready for you!"
Parking IN VUE
Have you checked our our new parking lot? Simply turn at the Fifth Third Bank from Fairfield Avenue toward the river and it's on the left. Perfect for the parallel parking impaired. Soon to be beautified thanks to the Bellevue Neighborhood Association.
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.
Coming Up IN VUE
Spring Break 2017
Friday, April 7 beginning at 5 pm
Adults need a break too!
Third Saturday Celebration
Saturday, April 15 from 11 am to 3 pm
Kids get to visit businesses and receive plastic eggs filled with candy, trinkets or special offers.
Shop Bellevue with Street House Brigade and Darkness Brewing! Friday, March 3 from 5 to 10 pm.
Art IN VUE
ShurWood Forest Custom Creations is Frame & Hang Studio's Featured Artist for March
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 Facebook.com/ShurWood Forest. He also will create a custom design just for you.