Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park Posted?

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    Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park Posted?

    Taking the wife to a play there next week, curious if posted. My guess is yes, but any locals been there?
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    It's posted on their site here.

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    Geez, I wen through their site and missed that? Getting old. I guess its street parking for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kapnketel View Post
    Geez, I wen through their site and missed that? Getting old. I guess its street parking for me.
    Any business which offers to search me upon entry as a condition of entry doesn't get my business.
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    Is this the outdoor theater thing? Or is there an indoor building there that I dont know about?
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    It is an indoor theater. Street parking is VERY limited on Mt. Adams and particularly in the area around the theater.
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    Since not going is not an option, it is either try to find street parking and lock the firearm in the car (and then have to walk unarmed to the theater) or go unarmed and park in the garage. Not the best choices but the garage appears to be well lit and there will be people coming and going at the same time for the play, so not like walking around the street alone after dark. We do carry OC spray. The play better be good...
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    I think looking on a webiste for a firearms policy is a little too much. In the future, glance at the door you enter and if a sign jumps out and bites you, well then you know, otherwise, dont worry about it.
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    I don't remember seeing any signs posted at the entrance when I was there in June.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kapnketel View Post
    Since not going is not an option, it is either try to find street parking and lock the firearm in the car (and then have to walk unarmed to the theater) or go unarmed and park in the garage. Not the best choices but the garage appears to be well lit and there will be people coming and going at the same time for the play, so not like walking around the street alone after dark. We do carry OC spray. The play better be good...
    For me that choice is pretty easy. I would park in the garage. No way I would opt to walk the streets of Mt. Adams unarmed if I had a choice of being in an area where lots of people are gathering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Hawkeye_ View Post
    I think looking on a webiste for a firearms policy is a little too much. In the future, glance at the door you enter and if a sign jumps out and bites you, well then you know, otherwise, dont worry about it.
    "Too much" of what? He wanted to know the policy, so you go where you can find out without having to call (which I would never do). I certainly don't make a habit of driving by the Playhouse in the Park (I haven't been there since a field trip in grade school) so I can't see if it's posted. When the sign carries the force of law, it's a good idea to take heed, at least IMO.

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    I wouldn't worry about Mt. Adams. I've had relatives living up there for 25 years, no problems. There's robberies but the BG's go for easy marks: drunks, early a.m. And it's not all that often.
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    You may want to research the ORC, and what it says about prohibitions on parking facilities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krisspy View Post
    "Too much" of what? He wanted to know the policy, so you go where you can find out without having to call (which I would never do). I certainly don't make a habit of driving by the Playhouse in the Park (I haven't been there since a field trip in grade school) so I can't see if it's posted. When the sign carries the force of law, it's a good idea to take heed, at least IMO.
    Too much looking. Go there, go to enter the place, and if a sign jumps out at you, then fine, if not, then that is fine too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Hawkeye_ View Post
    Too much looking. Go there, go to enter the place, and if a sign jumps out at you, then fine, if not, then that is fine too.
    In Ohio such signs carry the weight of law. So, no, it isn't fine.
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