Hi Friends, Queen City weather is very unpredictable, with Ohio River valley in play, it tends to trap bad air and moisture, so depending on temps that weekend, it really could be anything! For what to do, you all will be hopefully pleasantly surprised. Cincinnati/N. Kentucky (NKY) area is very affordable, and has been experiencing an amazing craft beer and food boom over the last 5+ years. If you are staying anywhere near downtown or along the either river bank, you will be minutes from the convention center, downtown, riverfront and fun on both sides of the river. OTR (Over-The-Rhine) area is adjacent to downtown and is full of great food and entertainment. Here is a decent overview of stuff to do there - https://www.urbanadventures.com/blog/neighbourhood-locals-guide-rhine-cincinnati.html I would definitely get some Holtman's donughts, and grab a brew at Rhinegheist (OTR) (about a mile north from downtown) or Braxton Brewery (Covington, NKY, about 2 miles south, in NKY). Both of these are excellent breweries, and you can bring in outside food as well, or order stuff delivered to the brewery. In addition, Bircus Brewery is in Ludlow (~2 miles) and may even has an acrobatic circus show going on depending on a night. Additionally, if you're looking for harder stuff, New Riff Distillery is in Newport, KY (~3 miles) and Second Sight Spirits is below our club (NKY Fencing Academy) , ~2 miles form downtown. The Levee (Newport) is a nice mix of entertainment, food, bars and aquarium, right on the Ohio River in Newport (2-3 miles). Fountain Square is downtown, ice skating, vendors , etc..Cincinnati Museum Center just reopened after a major restoration, probably 3-4 miles from downtown, and the Zoo is always a great visit as well. See you all in the Queen City soon!!