Ditch Black Friday and Go Hiking for Plaid Friday through Cincinnati’s Urban Core

Team up with Imago for this walk that is not Black Friday shopping

Nov 14, 2018 at 10:44 am
click to enlarge Plaid Friday hikers - Photo: Provided by Imago
Photo: Provided by Imago
Plaid Friday hikers

There are better things to do on Black Friday than perpetuate the nauseating cycle of consumerism. Case in point: the fourth-annual Plaid Friday Hike.

Dress like a lumberjack (or grunge rocker) and embark on a stroll that highlights Cincinnati’s beautiful vistas.

The organized five-mile hike will span Lytle Park, Mount Adams, Eden Park and Theodore M. Berry International Friendship Park, featuring scenic stops along the way. Organized by grassroots environmental organization Imago, this event is your chance to walk off the excess of Thanksgiving dinner without dodging rabid shoppers who want that Black Friday deal on a new iPad.

10 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday (Nov. 23). Free admission; $5 suggested donation. Imago, 700 Enright Ave., Price Hill, imagoearth.org.