n collaboration with Tikkun Farms, the Welcome Project is hosting an evening of music, art and community to celebrate Cincinnati's newest neighbors—refugees from Syria, Bhutan, Guatemala and Eritrea—and highlight a number of new projects forming at the Welcome Project in Camp Washington. Join us for conversation around the fire, an improvisational sound performance, "flashlight" tours of the Tikkun Farm gardens and free alpaca selfies.
Doors open at 6:15 PM
Music begins at 6:45 PM
Tickets are $7 and get you a drink ticket and dessert ticket.
Cash or check will be collected at the door. (Sorry, no cards).
The Welcome Project is a social enterprise that combines a cafe with a boutique to train Cincinnati’s refugee and immigrant community members in restaurant and store management. Workshops, support sessions, gardening and artistic outreach throughout the Camp Washington community are currently offered by this budding enterprise. The Welcome Project space has a restaurant storefront that's currently undergoing rehab. The Welcome Kitchen will serve as an incubator for refugees and immigrants who want to start their own restaurant as well as a work-place training program for those who would like to work in the restaurant industry. Additionally this will be a teaching kitchen, with public cooking classes from the refugees who are chefs there.
We look forward to sharing more about these projects and introducing you to the amazing women we have the pleasure of working alongside everyday.
Women of Cincy is a social enterprise built to celebrate Cincinnati’s incredible women, creating empathy and opportunities through storytelling, collaboration, community, and mentorship. We work within the community to employ, empower, and elevate local women of all backgrounds, colors, shapes, and abilities.