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9 a.m. - Hit Findlay Market first thing in the morning for a great selection of fresh produce, fresh-baked goodies, and lots of other treats.

10 a.m. – Rise and shine to a fresh baked pastry or muffin at the 
Servatii Pastry Shop and Deli, 41 East Court Street, (513) 241-7500.

11 a.m. – People-watch and soak up the activities starting up on Fountain Square, Vine & Fifth Streets, (513) 621-4400.

Noon – Peruse through unique merchandise, including jewelry, novelties, housewares, and books, at the Contemporary Arts Center Store, 44 East Sixth Street, (513) 345-8431.

1 p.m. – Celebrate lunchtime with a soup, sandwich, and an old-fashioned shake at Hathaway’s Coffee Shop, 441 Vine Street, Carew Tower, (513) 621-1332.

2 p.m. – Get a bird’s-eye view of the city from the top of Cincinnati’s tallest building, Carew Tower Observation Deck441 Vine Street, (513) 579-9735.

3 p.m. – Show your Bengals spirit with apparel and accessories from the Cincinnati Bengals Pro Shop1 Paul Brown Stadium, (513) 455-8484.

4 p.m. – Learn about baseball’s first professional team and view over 500 pieces of memorabilia at the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum, 100 Main Street, (513) 765-7576.

5 p.m. – Take a stroll through the winding walkways of Theodore M. Berry International Friendship Park1101 Eastern Avenue.

6 p.m. – Taste the ribs that Cincinnatians can’t get enough of at the Montgomery Inn Boathouse, 925 Eastern Avenue, (513) 721-7427.

8 p.m. – Hear the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra perform some of the world’s best music at Music Hall, 1241 Elm Street, (513) 381-3300.

10 p.m. – Get cozy in your AAA Four Diamond hotel suite at The Cincinnatian Hotel,601 Vine Street, (513) 381-3000.