Come join us in Cincinnati, Ohio, for a fun-filled and community-centered worldschooling gathering August 26 – September 1, 2023.
The Worldschool Pop-Up Hub provides super casual, budget-friendly opportunities to gather, connect with other worldschoolers, learn about the local area, instill new friendships, share your insights, and immerse in a friendly, accepting mobile community. Our activities highlight local nature, arts, history, food, and culture… but you’ll also have plenty of time to relax, get to know each other, and even stray from the itinerary to add activities that cater to the group’s interests.
Pop in for a few days or the full week. Join as many activities as you’d like. It’s up to you!
Our itinerary will include activities such as the following:
*Contemporary Art Center
*Swimming at Ziegler Pool
*National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
*Cincinnati Art Museum
*Explore Mt Adams
Add-ons include: Fountain Square, Immaculata Church, Newport Aquarium and more!
COST per Family:
US$70 Early Bird Rate, expires April 15th, 2023
US$100 Regular Rates (solo parents receive a 25% discount, use code SOLO at checkout)
MEET YOUR HOST:
Hi, we are the Shepston Overlys. The grownups are Megan and Tim; we also have Simon, age 13, Millie, age 9, and Max, the dog. We have a home base in Columbus, Ohio and have been traveling since 2021. We love to travel, and find it’s infinitely better with community and friends!
Tim and Megan have lived in Cincinnati and love its vibrant history and old-world city feel. The downtown area has undergone a significant renaissance in the last decade, and it’s one of our favorite cities to explore. We can walk along the river and enjoy the parks, take the circulator to Findlay Market and Washington Park, and explore Eden Park which has both an art museum and a conservatory, and that’s just the beginning!
LODGING & NEIGHBORHOODS:
Over the Rhine and downtown Cincinnati are good areas. The West end area can be a bit rough, and the area around the University of Cincinnati is going to be full of loud partying college students. If people want to stay further out from the city center, Clifton and Northside are good family options. The host family will stay near Over the Rhine.
A lot of the area is covered by the Cincinnati street car, called the Circulator. The Circulator is always free to ride. There are also a number of public buses that are pretty easy to use with the transit app.
Join the private Facebook group to ask questions, stay up to date on activities in the area, and interact with other potential attendees: www.facebook.com/groups/cincinnatipopupaugust2023
Browse our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about how our pop-ups work: