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A Humble Community Festival | Northside Summer Market | NSM019

Every year, a month after what is arguably Cincinnati's most creative few days of the summer — Northside's 4th of July Parade and Rock & Roll Festival — a humble neighborhood celebration takes place to invite everyone back into our community.


This event is Northside Summer Market — a community-wide yard sale with free arts & music programming. And on Saturday, August 3rd, we're doing it again!
As always, a day or two before the event, we'll release a printed and online map of all of our neighbors who have registered their houses' yard sales. But if you just want to visit Northside and go for it, two good starting places are the Yard Sale's Central Location at CAIN (4230 Hamilton Ave.) and our art-infused beer garden at Humble Monk Brewery (1641 Blue Rock St.). 
This year, to help beat the heat, CAIN will be hosting a Cool Down Corner where festival patrons can enjoy grilled entrees, cold drinks, fresh fruit, FREE popsicles, kid's activities and a book give away. But if you've never experienced Northside Summer Market, the video below can give you a brief overview of the festivities. Footage was provided by Fourth Wall Youth Studios and edited by PAR-Projects.



For more information on this year's event, check out the schedule below...
visit www.NorthsideSummerMarket.com and/or click HERE for the Facebook event.


Northside Summer Market 2019 Schedule 
Saturday, August 3rd:

9AM - 2PM
Northside's Community-wide Yard Sales
Yard Sale Central location at CAIN - 4230 Hamilton Ave 45223

  • 11AM - 1PM
    CAIN's Cool Down Corner


12PM - 11PM
The Humble Monk Beer Garden - 1641 Blue Rock Street

  • 12PM - 6PM
    Amazing Beer by Humble Monk
    Snacks and light bites


  • 6PM - 11PM
    LIVE Music at Humble Monk
    Community Arts Programming
    Tasty food (including Meatson's Barbecue!)

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Find more information at:
www.NorthsideSummerMarket.com

...and via FaceBook

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