One of Cincinnati’s favorite summer church festivals — and one with some of the best views of the city — is back this weekend.
Head up to Holy Cross-Immaculata in Mt. Adams on Aug. 5 and Aug. 6 to enjoy live music, boozy drinks and an air-conditioned casino room. There will be food vendors, craft beer, wine, cocktails, festival games and a special family-friendly “Kids Alley.”
Attendees can bid on this year’s silent auction items in person or online at hciparish.org/festival. And a grand prize raffle drawing will take place on Saturday with a $7,500 purse.
In terms of entertainment, The Dukes Band plays Friday and Union Son plays Saturday.
A shuttle will run to the fest from the Rookwood Restaurant parking lot. Proceeds from the festival benefit Holy Cross-Immaculata.
The Holy Cross-Immaculata Summer Festival takes place 5 p.m.-midnight Aug. 5 and 6 at Holy Cross-Immaculata Parish, 30 Guido St., Mt. Adams. For more info visit facebook.com/hcichurch.
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