Entrepreneurship Camp for Kids
Jun
17
to Aug 3

Entrepreneurship Camp for Kids

Cultivating the Future with The Kids Entrepreneurship Camp presented by Cincy Assist LLC

This summer Cincinnati area children will have the opportunity to become business owners as well as have the chance to work with some of the city’s most successful entrepreneurs. Cincy Assist presents Entrepreneurship Camp for Kids will be held starting June 17th until August 3rd from 10 am until 4 pm. During this 7 week program attendees will learn about setting goals, financial planning, business principles branding and more.

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Maria Longworth Storer: Author Book Talk & Signing
Jun
20
6:00 PM18:00

Maria Longworth Storer: Author Book Talk & Signing

Join The Betts House for a free book talk on Maria Longworth, of the Betts-Longworth Historic District Longworths! Discussion will be led by authors Constance J. Moore and Nancy M. Broermann, who will sign books after! This is a wonderful opportunity to learn about an influential woman in Cincinnati history, from our own backyard in the West End. Light refreshments will be provided.

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All That Jazz (1979) Directed by Bob Fosse
Jun
20
7:00 PM19:00

All That Jazz (1979) Directed by Bob Fosse

The Anniversary Show is The Mini’s new monthly fundraiser celebrating films that reach significant historical milestones in 2019. Support their mission by attending these special ticketed events, which include themed drinks and snacks. Their June program presents All That Jazz, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2019.

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Official Cincinnati Pride Weekend Kickoff Party 2019
Jun
20
to Jun 21

Official Cincinnati Pride Weekend Kickoff Party 2019

The official Pride Weekend Kickoff Party is a fundraiser for Cincinnati Pride. For just a suggested $5 donation you can dance the night away with music from Dj Jacoby, enjoy the talents of Ginger Lesnapps & Alexander Cameron and Alexander Storm. Fan favorite Mr. Johnny Dangerously will be selling raffle tickets for some great prizes! Start the weekend off in style! This event is 21+. 20th Century Theater, 3021 Madison Rd.

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Fraud Protection & Cyber Security: Tips from Chase Bank Lenders on how to protect you and your business finances online
Jun
25
8:30 AM08:30

Fraud Protection & Cyber Security: Tips from Chase Bank Lenders on how to protect you and your business finances online

  • 1311 Vine Street Cincinnati, OH, 45202 United States (map)
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Chase Bank, ECDI (Women's Business Center), and Nitro BootCamp have come together to present Fraud Protection & Cyber Security for Small Business Owners. The will be a morning meet up session to provide small business owners with tips and tools to protect themselves and their businesses while banking online. Chase Bank will cover how being a customer of theirs give account holders zero liability insurance on fraudulent activities, 24/7 fraud monitoring, card replacement, and benefits to Chase cardholders. There will be refreshments provided and access to Chase Representatives for questions and answers.

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The Harriet Beecher Stowe Freedom Writer Award and Lecture
Jun
25
6:00 PM18:00

The Harriet Beecher Stowe Freedom Writer Award and Lecture

The late journalist Jamal Khashoggi is the 2019 Harriet Beecher Stowe Freedom Writer Award Recipient. Karen Attiah, Global Opinions editor at The Washington Post, will accept the award on Khashoggi’s behalf. Attiah will also deliver the Freedom Writer lecture.

The Harriet Beecher Stowe Freedom Writer Award is given to writers whose work best exemplifies “writing to change the world.” The award and lecture are named for Stowe, whose book Uncle Tom’s Cabin was based in part on her experiences in Cincinnati, and who spoke at the Mercantile Library in 1873.

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AIGA Liquid Courage
Jun
26
5:30 PM17:30

AIGA Liquid Courage

Happy June! It’s the official start of summer, so this month’s Liquid Courage is going to be full of outdoor fun! Join AIGA at Urban Artifact in their beautiful grassy courtyard, where you’ll find corn hole, board games, football, and picnic tables set up for conversation. (Don’t worry, if the summer weather doesn’t cooperate, the event will be in the taproom.)

AIGA is proud to celebrate inclusion and diversity in Cincinnati. For their June Liquid Courage during Pride Month, they’ll be taking cash donations for GLSEN, the leading national organization fighting to end anti-gay bias in K-12 schools. All donations will go directly to GLSEN of Greater Cincinnati.

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Wednesdays in the Woods: Mike Wade and the Nasty Nati Band
Jun
26
7:00 PM19:00

Wednesdays in the Woods: Mike Wade and the Nasty Nati Band

Come celebrate everything great about summer at Clifton Cultural Arts Center's spirited series of 11 free weekly concerts, this week showcasing the musical stylings of Mike Wade and the Nasty Nati Band. Concert features hands-on art activities for kids, sweet and savory food trucks, beer available for purchase from 50 West Brewing Company, and a Community Partner collecting non-monetary donations to aid our neighbors in need – all at the historic 1911 Burnet Woods bandstand!

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Final Friday for Community Shares
Jun
28
6:00 PM18:00

Final Friday for Community Shares

Join us in a celebration to support local artists and local causes!

For the third year in a row, featured artists in the Pendleton Art Center will participate in a Final Friday studio event to raise funds for Community Shares of Greater Cincinnati. This is a FREE event!

Select featured artists will welcome the public to their studios and will donate10% of their sales that evening to Community Shares. This free event and will showcase work from these 32 artists throughout the eight floors of the Pendleton Art Center including:

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Loud & Proud Salute to Stonewall!
Jun
30
4:00 PM16:00

Loud & Proud Salute to Stonewall!

Join Below Zero on the last Sunday in June for a celebration!! As most cities from San Francisco to NYC celebrate Pride the last Sunday in June, not everyone can attend. So, they are bringing everyone together for an all out party here in our hometown of Cincinnati. Enjoy the sweet sounds of former DJ's from PROBE Los Angles and Crobar Chicago (DJ Bjorg, Cincinnati's Best DJ 2019). Plus there will be having a few Hot Spots by the Best Drag Queens in the City. Bring your friends for an afternoon of Fabulous Fun!

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Model Behavior at Wednesdays in the Woods
Jul
3
7:00 PM19:00

Model Behavior at Wednesdays in the Woods

Come celebrate everything great about summer at Clifton Cultural Art Center’s spirited series of 11 free weekly concerts, this week featuring the musical stylings of Model Behavior. Good friends, good tunes, good food, good times with a variety of hands-on art making activities for the kids – all at the historic 1911 Burnet Woods bandstand!

Join CCAC for a special Independence Day Celebration at the concert, featuring music til dark, an expanded Kids Art + Nature area with art projects, games, and bounce houses, and ending the night with a fireworks display!

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Learn a Game with Super Heroines, Etc.
Jul
7
1:00 PM13:00

Learn a Game with Super Heroines, Etc.

Whether you have a closet full of board games you’re looking to break out or one night of rolling dice has gotten you hooked on Settlers of Catan, Learn a Game With SHE has something for everyone. SHE aims to empower women, genderqueer, agender and non-binary folks to embrace their inner nerd in a safe, supportive space. With that in mind, everyone is welcome to join SHE to explore a new game or share a favorite of yours with the group.

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ADAPTATION (Book Club/Movie Group): In a Lonely Place
Jul
10
6:00 PM18:00

ADAPTATION (Book Club/Movie Group): In a Lonely Place

Part One: Book Discussion

The Mercantile Library and The Mini Microcinema are teaming up to offer a new book club/movie discussion group exploring films and the books that inspired them. The two-part program will challenge the question, "was the book better than the movie?" by looking at the relationship between the separate works, and examining the ways they conflict with and complement one another. The first meeting will take place at The Mercantile and focus on discussing the text, while the second meeting will be a screening of the film at The Mini followed by a discussion. This series will look at the crime thriller, In A Lonely Place, penned by mystery author Dorothy B. Hughes.

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Pineapple Day Party
Jul
13
12:00 PM12:00

Pineapple Day Party

The Pineapple Day Party is a party series celebrating the waviness and free spirit in all of us. Arrive early. Bottomless mimosas, cocktail specials, and food surprises for early birds. It's a vibe, ALL DAMN DAY! No cover. No dress code. No judgment. Just dope people and great energy.

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May We Help Equipment Swap
Jul
14
1:00 PM13:00

May We Help Equipment Swap

Over 75 pieces of equipment were matched at May We Help’s first Adaptive Equipment Swap in March! So they’re doing it again! Available equipment includes wheelchairs, walkers, gait trainers, standers, strollers, lifts, therapeutic bikes, and more! They are accepting donations of all types of pediatric and adult equipment. Please ensure donated equipment is clean and functional. There is no requirement to donate in order to take equipment home from the swap!

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ADAPTATION (Book Club/Movie Group): In a Lonely Place
Jul
17
6:00 PM18:00

ADAPTATION (Book Club/Movie Group): In a Lonely Place

Part Two: Film Screening

The Mercantile Library and The Mini Microcinema are teaming up to offer a new book club/movie discussion group exploring films and the books that inspired them. The two-part program will challenge the question, "was the book better than the movie?" by looking at the relationship between the separate works, and examining the ways they conflict with and complement one another. The first meeting will take place at The Mercantile and focus on discussing the text, while the second meeting will be a screening of the film at The Mini followed by a discussion. This series will look at the crime thriller, In A Lonely Place, penned by mystery author Dorothy B. Hughes.

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Suicide is a Drag 2019
Jul
19
7:00 PM19:00

Suicide is a Drag 2019

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Ohio Chapter (AFSP) in conjunction with the Imperial Sovereign Queen CIty Court of the Buckeye Empire (ISQCCBE) are shedding light on America's suicide rates — particularly among members of the LGTBQ community — during our annual “Suicide is a Drag” celebration. Enjoy food and drinks and a drag show for the sake of helping transform prejudice and intolerance that have become unnecessarily detrimental to many.

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Market BLEU | Summer Quarter
Jul
27
6:00 PM18:00

Market BLEU | Summer Quarter

Market Bleu is a quarterly event that allows artisans and artists to showcase and sell their products in the opulent settings of the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC), in the heart of downtown Cincinnati. Enjoy a drink while shopping some of the regions most unique handmade products.

Admission is FREE for all guests.

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Pineapple Day Party
Aug
10
12:00 PM12:00

Pineapple Day Party

The Pineapple Day Party is a party series celebrating the waviness and free spirit in all of us. Arrive early. Bottomless mimosas, cocktail specials, and food surprises for early birds. It's a vibe, ALL DAMN DAY! No cover. No dress code. No judgment. Just dope people and great energy.

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2019 beWILDerfest Music Festival
Aug
23
to Aug 24

2019 beWILDerfest Music Festival

The 4th annual beWILDerfest Music Festival takes place August 23rd and 24th, 2019 in Northside, Ohio at Urban Artifact featuring over 35 musical acts in two days on multiple stages along with comedy, artisan vendors, kids activities, food, special one time only band/beer infusions, a beer garden, and more.

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2019 CAC Gala
Aug
23
6:00 PM18:00

2019 CAC Gala

Opening Minds: a celebration of the education and outreach programs that advance our core mission: art and the creative process belong to all people. This event is to benefit art education for all ages.

Come and connect with the art and artists of our time!

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 Made It! Hosted by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati & The Social Enterprise Alliance
Sep
14
4:00 PM16:00

Made It! Hosted by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati & The Social Enterprise Alliance

Join Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati & The Social Enterprise Alliance for Made It! Explore the Made It! Market and shop from local artists & socially conscious businesses, view the upcycled functional furniture created by local crafters at the Made It! Crafter Competition and vote on your favorite to win the "People's Choice Award", and watch our Master Crafters create a beautiful piece of art throughout the day.

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Shine the Light to End Sexual Violence
Sep
21
11:00 AM11:00

Shine the Light to End Sexual Violence

You're invited to OAESV's 5th Annual Shine the Light to End Sexual Violence! This signature fundraising event celebrates the work that OAESV and their partners across Ohio do together-work that moves them toward realizing their shared vision of an Ohio free from sexual violence. They invite you to embrace your voice by supporting their work in lifting up survivors and preventing sexual violence!

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Market BLEU | Fall Quarter
Oct
12
6:00 PM18:00

Market BLEU | Fall Quarter

Market Bleu is a quarterly event that allows artisans and artists to showcase and sell their products in the opulent settings of the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC), in the heart of downtown Cincinnati. Enjoy a drink while shopping some of the regions most unique handmade products.

Admission is FREE for all guests.

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Cinci Cinema Click #2
Jun
19
7:00 PM19:00

Cinci Cinema Click #2

A simple gathering of local filmmakers looking to meet other cinematographers, producers, motion-artists, and anything in-between. Cinci Cinema Click invites filmmakers of all stages (from living room to full-scale production) to organically learn from one another, share resources, and just hang out. Potluck style and BYOB!

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The Cliftones at Wednesdays in the Woods
Jun
19
7:00 PM19:00

The Cliftones at Wednesdays in the Woods

Come celebrate everything great about summer at our spirited series of 11 free weekly concerts, this week featuring the musical stylings of The Cliftones. Good friends, good tunes, good food, good times with a variety of hands-on art making activities for the kids – all at the historic 1911 Burnet Woods bandstand!

Tonight’s food vendors are Cheese-N-Chong and Streetpops.

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The Gay Metropolis: An Evening with Charles Kaiser
Jun
19
6:00 PM18:00

The Gay Metropolis: An Evening with Charles Kaiser

Historian and journalist Charles Kaiser joins us to read from and discuss the newly published edition of his book, The Gay Metropolis:

The Landmark History Of Gay Life In America

Updated for the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall, The Gay Metropolis is a groundbreaking saga of struggle and triumph that was instantly recognized as the most authoritative and substantial work of its kind. Filled with astounding anecdotes and searing tales of heartbreak and transformation, it provides a decade-by-decade account of the rise and acceptance of gay life and identity since the 1940s.

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Opioid Prevention Training
Jun
18
6:30 PM18:30

Opioid Prevention Training

  • 2420 Drex Avenue Cincinnati, OH, 45212 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join your neighbors at a FREE community event for individuals, family members, business owners and anyone looking to learn how to prevent and respond to drug overdoses! This event is for those who live or work in the Greater Cincinnati area. All are encouraged to come! All registered attendees will receive training and a Narcan kit.

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Drag Queen Storytelling
Jun
18
6:00 PM18:00

Drag Queen Storytelling

In celebration of Cincinnati PRIDE week, head over to the Mercantile Library to hear the personal and professional stories from drag queens Penny Tration, Mirelle Jane Divine, Brooklyn Steele Tate, and Monica Moree. These talented performers will share what it takes to prepare for a show, and how each of them has made this long standing art form their own.

FREE and open to the public. Registration required via tickets, or by calling 513-621-0717 or email reservations@mercantilelibrary.com

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Urban Artifact Presents 'Leelah's Highway'
Jun
18
6:00 PM18:00

Urban Artifact Presents 'Leelah's Highway'

Doors at 6PM
Film at 7PM
Talk-back at 7:30 PM

Join us at Urban Artifact in Cincinnati, in the TAPROOM (basement of the old church), for a screening of 'Leelah's Highway'. Trailer: https://youtu.be/dt8vL5tGXM8.

Discussion with City Council Member Chris Seelbach and Jonah Yokoyama from Heartland Trans Wellness, along with complementary food from Wildfire Pizza Kitchen. We can prevent further loss of life. Complementary counselors will be on-site for those with a need. #LeelahAlcorn

ALL AGES EVENT (minors be accompanied by a guardian at all times)

Doors at 6PM
Film at 7PM
Talk-back at 7:30 PM

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Ode To The Arts - Pride Edition
Jun
17
7:00 PM19:00

Ode To The Arts - Pride Edition

Come out For a Sundry Spectacular - Ode To The Arts Pride Edition benefiting Artswave Pride. An evening filled with cocktails, friends and live art performances.

Enjoy special pride cocktails while art swirls around you with pop up performances including Jazz Music, Ballet, Drag, Shakespeare, Hip Hop and more.

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Maria Longworth Storer: Cincinnati Legend
Jun
17
6:00 PM18:00

Maria Longworth Storer: Cincinnati Legend

Hear about one of Cincinnati’s most influential and fascinating women as authors Constance Moore and Nancy Broermann discuss their new biography: Maria Longworth Storer: From Music and Art to Popes and Presidents.

Maria was a Cincinnati luminary who established Rookwood Pottery and the Cincinnati May Festival. She also became a Washington DC hostess and ambassador’s wife. Copies of Maria Longworth Storer: From Music and Art to Popes and Presidents will be available for sale and signing courtesy of Joseph-Beth Cincinnati. Rookwood Pottery will be here with some of their current pieces available for sale.

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Pride Night at the Zoo
Jun
15
4:00 PM16:00

Pride Night at the Zoo

  • Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden (map)
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Come out to the Cincinnati Zoo and show your PRIDE at the first ever PRIDE NIGHT AT THE ZOO!

This Family Friendly event will allow you to explore the Zoo and stay after the Zoo closes for a one of kind after hours PRIDE experience. Enjoy the Zoo and all its glory from 4-6 pm and then head over to the Africa Habitat for an after hours PRIDE Night at the Zoo Party!

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Kindling Workshop
Jun
15
9:30 AM09:30

Kindling Workshop

  • Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Discover your Awesome! Practice business skills, learn your strengths, find out what it takes to start your own business by creating a popcorn company. This is for anyone with a disability who wants to explore entrepreneurship or just wants to build their business/communication/social skills.

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Soften Forever Release Show w Kim Taylor, Wilder Maker, Son Step
Jun
14
7:00 PM19:00

Soften Forever Release Show w Kim Taylor, Wilder Maker, Son Step

The long anticipated sophomore album "SOFTEN FOREVER" by Cincinnati's own makes its debut on June 14th at the Woodward Theater, supported by only the finest:

Kim Taylor, Cincinnati, OH
Timeless indie folk songwriter, international superstar, local legend.
"Organic… exciting. You can’t help but be captured by her writing.” – David Dye, The World Cafe

Wilder Maker, Brooklyn, NY
“Wilder Maker…offer razor-sharp webs of guitar and a rhythm section that leans back and rushes ahead with refreshing narrative sensitivity. And their hooks are mighty.” - Pitchfork

Son Step, Philadelphia, PA
"The band’s sound is complex and lush, a deep dive into rhythm and melody and how to two can push each other into new spaces altogether with a futuristic zeal." - Post Trash

SOFTEN FOREVER is a collection of six new songs recorded (mostly) in February of 2019 at a little Episcopal chapel in Sayler Park with the help of yet another legend Justin Golden.

Come celebrate!
Tickets $10 advance, $12 day of show

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Drag Up The 90's
Jun
14
6:00 PM18:00

Drag Up The 90's

On June 14th, in honor of Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio's 90th birthday, P Squared and Imperial Sovereign Queen City Court of the Buckeye Empire (ISQCCBE) are teaming up to DRAG UP THE 90s! Join them for an evening of fabulous performances by the ladies of the Cabaret at Below Zero Lounge, emceed by the legendary Brooklyn Steele-Tate. All proceeds from the night will go to benefit Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio. In addition to ticket sales, the night's performers have also generously pledged to donate their tips, so make sure to bring plenty of singles! Or fives, or twenties; they’re not picky.

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Moerlein Lager House Cincinnati Pride Keg Tapping Fundraiser
Jun
14
6:00 PM18:00

Moerlein Lager House Cincinnati Pride Keg Tapping Fundraiser

Celebrate Cincinnati Pride at Moerlein Lager House with a special beer dedication and keg tapping on June 14th! Moerlein will be tapping a new Raspberry Kölsch that will be dedicated to Cincinnati Pride. Cincinnati Pride has named this special Kölsch it will be announced at the keg tapping. Moerlein will donate $3 of every Raspberry Kolsch sold during the event to Cincinnati Pride. Pints will be $3 out of the ceremonial keg and $6 when the keg is finished. What do you think is the name????

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Human Values Workshop
Jun
14
to Jun 16

Human Values Workshop

  • Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join the NonViolence Alliance from June 14-16, as educators from the Institute of Sathya Sai Education (ISSE) lead us in a workshop about the five human values-- truth, right action, peace, love, and non-violence. To learn more about ISSE and their philosophy, click here. Space is limited-- so register today!

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Agents of Change
Jun
13
6:00 PM18:00

Agents of Change

  • The Center for Great Neighborhoods of Covington (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Are you ready to use your superpowers for good? Join the alliance of the greatest superheroines in the universe and become an Agent of Change. Whether you’re an expert in social justice or looking for a place to start, Agents of Change will support you in using the power of fandom for positive change.

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Wednesdays in the Woods: Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra
Jun
12
7:00 PM19:00

Wednesdays in the Woods: Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra

Come celebrate everything great about summer at the spirited series of 11 free weekly concerts, this week featuring the musical stylings of Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra. Good friends, good tunes, good food, good times with a variety of hands-on art making activities for the kids – all at the historic 1911 Burnet Woods bandstand!

Tonight’s food vendors are Slice Slice Baby and Meteorite Ice.

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Junior Baking Series
Jun
10
to Jun 13

Junior Baking Series

Booking now for summer classes!

Join Sweet Petit Deserts for days of fun, and lots of baking! Each student will have gained knowledge using math and science skills that will help them not just in baking but in life.  They will learn to be confident and get an opportunity to participate in a “Bakers United Kids Edition” event that will allow them to sell their product to the public while earning a profit before summers end!

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Second Sunday on Main
Jun
9
12:00 PM12:00

Second Sunday on Main

PRIDE on Main is now moving from July to June, to kick-off Cincinnati's PRIDE Month.

Come celebrate the heart and soul of OTR with your family and friends. All your favorite Main St. Merchants will be open, plus 100+ vendors, the Biergarten lounge curated by Queen City Vignette, food trucks and more.

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BIG GAY Brunch!
Jun
9
12:00 PM12:00

BIG GAY Brunch!

You've asked for it and you shall receive. Here in Cincinnati we brunch before tea. Join Below Zero on the Sunday before Cincy's ever popular "It's Time for Another Tea Dance" and fuel up before the days festivities. Tea Dance for April is at Music Hall 1241 Elm St, Cincinnati, OH 45202 at 4pm.

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Pineapple Day Party
Jun
8
12:00 PM12:00

Pineapple Day Party

The Pineapple Day Party is a party series celebrating the waviness and free spirit in all of us. Arrive early. Bottomless mimosas, cocktail specials, and food surprises for early birds. It's a vibe, ALL DAMN DAY! No cover. No dress code. No judgment. Just dope people and great energy.

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Neighborhood Cleanup: Walnut Hills
Jun
8
9:00 AM09:00

Neighborhood Cleanup: Walnut Hills

As part of the City Of Cincinnati Government's Year of Living Sustainably, please join for a #TrashTagChallenge neighborhood cleanup! At 9am on the first Saturday of every month [second this time around], residents of East Walnut Hills, Evanston and Walnut Hills will gather in a meeting spot in one of these neighborhoods and, following the advice of community stakeholders, select an area to clean up.

For this cleanup, meet at Landlocked Social House in the Walnut Hills Business District.

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