Fall Festivals

Free to the Community!  Enjoy the traditions at each of our branches with your little ones and kick off the Fall season with fun!


Coming soon: proper brushing technique from our friends at Advanced Dentistry of Blue Ash!

16 hours 22 min ago.

The women of Duck Creek are stronger than breast cancer!

18 hours 15 min ago.

Free Fall Festival is just eight days away! Friday, Oct. 27 5-8 p.m. There will be plenty of fun and games for the kids, including a bounce house and a maze to crawl through. And of course plenty of treats. We still need volunteers to decorate your car trunk or help with the games. Sign up at the front desk. Boo! Can't wait!

1 day 19 hours ago.

We are excited to welcome a new team member here at Duck Creek! You'll see Elle in Kids Club, playing with the kids and helping them learn. She is a mother of 3 and who enjoys cooking and gardening. Fun fact: her favorite food is pizza!

2 days 20 hours ago.

It's National Pasta Day! At Duck Creek, we have a lot of Italian friends always educating us about pasta so we wanted to share the knowledge with our facebook friends. When you finish watching, eat some pasta! Now, do you want that with or without meat sauce? (The tip is in the video.)

3 days 14 hours ago.

We do love a good inclusion story!

5 days 21 hours ago.

For those coming to work out this weekend...

1 week 1 day ago.

The Y at Duck Creek cares about our seniors! We have Active Older Adult or SilverSneakers classes every weekday. Take this quick virtual tour before you stop by to join.

1 week 1 day ago.

HUMANS OF DUCK CREEK - a recurring feature about our members Duck Creek members Mark and Ruth have visited 88 countries and all 50 U.S. states. They just got back from a cruise that started in Iceland, stopped in Greenland, Newfoundland and Montreal, among other places and have already booked a 44-day cruise for 2019 that will take them from Southampton, England to Shanghai, China. “Both of us have had the travel bug for as long as we can remember, which is curious since none of our siblings seem to have it,” Ruth said. “While we were working, we took more long weekends and short trips. Now that we are retired, we are having longer, more exotic adventures.” No place has disappointed. “Every place has its own charm.” As for the most striking, “We would pick the Galapagos Islands for the accessibility of the wildlife and Eastern Europe for the beauty despite the struggles that the people have endured.” Best souvenir? “We bought a silk carpet in Turkey that we use as a wall hanging.” They also like to visit local YMCAs. “One joy that we have discovered is that many YMCAs participate in the Away program, which allows Y members to use their facilities. They are always welcoming and this helps us maintain out workout schedule when away from home.” “Travel is interesting, educational and fun. It makes history and current events come alive. We have met so many interesting people that we would not have had a chance to know otherwise.” The first tourist they met in Sydney, Australia last year, a young banker from Hong Kong, asked if they would be her Facebook friends. “We now receive regular updates from Yuki from all over the world, sometimes in Chinese,” Ruth said. She offered some advice to current and future world travelers: “Travel doesn’t have to be exotic to be interesting. Some of our favorite trips were close to home, most recently western Indiana and driving the Natchez Trace Parkway. Most of all, travel helps you appreciate living in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.” Photo: Ruth and Mark hold a koala bear in Australia.

1 week 3 days ago.

Did you know Columbus Day didn't become a federal holiday until 1937 but the first celebration took place in New York City in 1792. There's some controversy about it now and some places have changed the name. A little history below: http://www.history.com/topics/exploration/columbus-day

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Tara Metzger
Early Learning Director
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