Yoga at Inwood Park
Jun
24
to Aug 26

Yoga at Inwood Park

Join Clifton Cultural Arts Center for a free, gentle yoga class led by a certified instructor each Monday night June 24 – August 26 from 6-7 pm. Bring your mat and a bottle of water and meet them on the newly designed lawn at Inwood Park.

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Master Composter Series
Aug
1
to Aug 22

Master Composter Series

Calling all garden gurus and environmental enthusiasts! Ready to get down and dirty? Enroll in the Civic Garden Center’s intensive Master Composter Training. You’ll learn the details of soil science, a variety of composting methods, and how to share your knowledge with the local community. 10 hours of classroom instruction will be complemented by 10 hours of field study, exposing participants to the vast wealth of composting resources in the area. Certificates will be awarded upon completion of 30 volunteer hours working in community gardens and education programs. Don’t miss your chance to join this unique opportunity. Spaces are limited and interested participants must submit proof of basic composting knowledge via a pre-test before they are considered for enrollment. Email Kylie Johnson for pre-test: kjohnson@civicgardencenter.org.

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Celebrating Our Struggles
Aug
3
to Sep 7

Celebrating Our Struggles

  • Women Writing for (a) Change (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Strengthen your spiritual core while exploring the power of changing your life through narrative and being heard for what you truly have to say. This six-week class invites you on a journey to a greater sense of purpose and worth through telling your story to others.

In this class, you will study strategies for revising that story so that it best serves your growth toward the person you want to become. Through varied writing experiences, readings and discussions, the class will use Women Writing for (a) Change practices to help us locate the sacred in difficult circumstances. Join them for the adventure into better knowing ourselves.

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 THE JOURNAL LAUNCH EVENT: I CALL ON YOU SIS...
Aug
17
5:00 PM17:00

THE JOURNAL LAUNCH EVENT: I CALL ON YOU SIS...

I CALL ON YOU SIS is a call to you, to empower not only yourself and your Circle of Sisters, but to help underprivileged girls in Africa better manage their lives through the provision of puberty education, and here is how:

When you purchase the Journal, for yourself, or your Circle of Friends, or whomever you'd like to bless with an empowerment journal, the proceeds go directly to the publication of a Puberty Education Booklet for distribution in Zimbabwean Schools.

The booklet explores all issues related to the onset of menstruation - emotional, physical, medical, economic and is designed with a template to create reusable sanitary pads, so no girl ever has to miss school because of her period!

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Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz at Landlocked Social House
Aug
20
7:30 PM19:30

Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz at Landlocked Social House

Geeks Who Drink brings the nation’s best live hosted pub quiz to Landlocked Social House! Join Geeks Who Drink for 8 rounds of audio, visual and live hosted trivia. The weekly quiz is free to play and they’ll be giving away prizes for answering bonus questions and gift cards for our top teams at the end of the night.

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August Repro Health Happy Hour
Aug
22
5:30 PM17:30

August Repro Health Happy Hour

Join Repro Health Happy Hour Cincinnati this month for their Repro Health Happy Hour, a monthly networking event for people working on sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice, and issues of gender and sexuality, and all pro-choice individuals looking for fun and progressive drinking buddies.

They are also excited to introduce and welcome Elizabeth Hopkins, the new Regional Field Manager for Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio.

$5 suggested donation, all proceeds going to support the providers and staff at Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio.

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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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Treeforestation: Invasive Plant Removal Workday
Aug
24
9:00 AM09:00

Treeforestation: Invasive Plant Removal Workday

Sign up to volunteer for the Civic Garden Center’s next Treeforestation workday!

Many of Cincinnati’s green spaces are overrun with invasive plants. As more and more ash trees come down, thinning our tree canopy, there is increasingly more room for invasive species (Japanese honeysuckle, Japanese knotweed, Garlic Mustard) to take over and exclude native plants and animals. Therefore, rather than having their Christmas Tree Sale, they are kicking off this reforestation project to save and protect Cincinnati’s green spaces. They will begin by having a series of invasive removal workdays this fall and next spring. They will then begin planting native trees in the fall of 2019.

The first space they’re focusing on is Walnut Woods, a 10-acre property adjacent to Walnut Hills High School. They will be restoring it in collaboration with Walnut Hills High School, Cincinnati Parks, UC, the Evanston Community and more. This will be an ongoing project, and they could use your help!

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Auditions for MUSE, Cincinnati's Women's Choir
Aug
24
9:00 AM09:00

Auditions for MUSE, Cincinnati's Women's Choir

Want to become a member of MUSE? MUSE holds auditions just once a year so make sure to join them on Saturday, August 24, 2019.

They value diversity and inclusion as their greatest strengths, welcoming adults of any age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, political interest, ability, economic and educational background. Their singing members are a diverse group of women-identified artists.

They will have both morning and afternoon times available on August 24. Auditions will be held at Community Matters, their home at 2104 St Michael’s Street in Lower Price Hill.

MUSE also welcomes new volunteers and 5th Section members to join the organization. Contact membership@musechoir.org with further questions.

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Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz at Landlocked Social House
Aug
27
7:30 PM19:30

Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz at Landlocked Social House

Geeks Who Drink brings the nation’s best live hosted pub quiz to Landlocked Social House! Join Geeks Who Drink for 8 rounds of audio, visual and live hosted trivia. The weekly quiz is free to play and they’ll be giving away prizes for answering bonus questions and gift cards for our top teams at the end of the night.

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Seed Saving & Sharing Class
Aug
29
6:00 PM18:00

Seed Saving & Sharing Class

Join the Civic Garden Center for fun and informative seed saving workshop! Learn how to harvest, clean and store seeds from many of your favorite garden vegetables including tomatoes, peppers, melons, squash, beans and more! This lecture will include live demonstrations on many techniques as well as hands on learning opportunities for those in attendance. Ben will also be signing copies of his book, From Our Seeds and Their Keepers, after the workshop.

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Climate Change/Cincinnati
Aug
29
6:00 PM18:00

Climate Change/Cincinnati

In partnership with The University of Cincinnati’s Center for Public Engagement with Science, the 2019 Science & Nature Lecture is a three-part series focusing on climate change, how it affects Greater Cincinnati, and you. The series features local, regional, and national experts.

Thursday, August 29: Understanding Climate Change

Moderated by Dr. Angela Potochnik, Director, Center for Public Engagement with Science
Brooke Crowley, Associate Professor of Ecology and Paleoecology, University of Cincinnati
Brenda Hunda, Curator of Invertebrate Paleontology, Cincinnati Museum Center
Carlie Trott, Assistant Professor of Social and Community Psychology, University of Cincinnati

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Grandparents Day Celebration
Sep
1
10:00 AM10:00

Grandparents Day Celebration

This event is open to all!

Grandparents and Grandchildren are invited to join Northern Hills Synagogue for a party! Take pictures together in the photo booth, decorate cupcakes, and end the morning with pizza!

They are also asking for people to "adopt" a grand-relative for the morning. If you would like more information about this, email Rabbi Sam Schapera at programs@nhs-cba.org or call 513-716-1989.

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Refugees Welcome Community Potluck
Sep
7
1:00 PM13:00

Refugees Welcome Community Potluck

All Community Members Welcome! Come together with refugees and non-refugees to break bread and share stories: you’re invited to a FREE Community Potluck at Clifton Cultural Arts Center from 1 - 3pm. This event is hosted in partnership with RefugeeConnect.

Please bring a dish to share if you are able. Kindly RSVP to info@cliftonculturalarts.org or (513) 497-2860 by September 5.

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Climate Change/Cincinnati
Sep
12
6:00 PM18:00

Climate Change/Cincinnati

In partnership with The University of Cincinnati’s Center for Public Engagement with Science, the 2019 Science & Nature Lecture is a three-part series focusing on climate change, how it affects Greater Cincinnati, and you. The series features local, regional, and national experts.

Thursday, September 12: Climate Change and Social Justice

Nancy Tuana, Professor of Philosophy and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Founding Director of the Rock Ethics Institute, Pennsylvania State University

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Entanglement: Memory
Sep
13
8:00 PM20:00

Entanglement: Memory

Entanglement is a group that explores our surprisingly complex relationships to the commonplace. Through a mix of story telling, sketches, and performance art, they deconstruct the everyday things people take for granted. Alternating between the emotionally vulnerable, surreal, and cerebral, they show that ordinary things are seldom as simple as we assume.

In this show, they examine memory — how it feels to remember, how memories shape our sense of self, and how we cling to memories that are long gone. And they’ll make you question: can your memory of the show be trusted?

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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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2019 Fall Retreat: As the Tides, As the Moon: Finding Our Vibrancy in the Still Points
Sep
15
to Sep 18

2019 Fall Retreat: As the Tides, As the Moon: Finding Our Vibrancy in the Still Points

  • Transfiguration Spirituality Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

What happens when we are like the tides, the moons – when we are present and accept who we are just as we are? What vibrancy do we find within nature and ourselves? Join other writers at peaceful Transfiguration Spirituality Center in Glendale, Ohio and explore ways to settle into your own stillness as the tides, as the moon do.

Through a blended schedule of structured and free time – alone and in community - explore ways to reconnect to the intuitive wisdom and gentle companionship of nature.

Mornings will allow for free individual writing, afternoons for small groups, and evenings for large group activities and readings. This retreat offers ample time for writing, walking, art-making, dreaming, and resting. This is an opportunity to go deeply into your writing, to start a new writing project, or to invite writing as a way to rediscover the vibrancy that already lives within you. Facilitated by Janie Baer and Lisa Rocklin.

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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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12th Annual Celebrating Our Beloved Community: ROOTED
Sep
26
5:30 PM17:30

12th Annual Celebrating Our Beloved Community: ROOTED

Each year at this event, Over-the-Rhine Community Housing seeks a different “lens” through which to view Over-the-Rhine. This year they’re excited to share their theme: Rooted, through which they will explore the importance of the organization's roots and the roots of people and businesses who have called OTR home for generations. People and businesses will share the stories of being rooted in such a vibrant and diverse neighborhood and organization.Over-the-Rhine Community Housing will present the ‘Building Our Beloved Community’ awards to partners who have played a significant role in helping them achieve their vision of quality stable housing for all in a socially, racially, and economically inclusive community. This year they will honor Peaslee Neighborhood Center, the Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition, and Bonnie Neumeier.

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Climate Change/Cincinnati
Oct
3
6:00 PM18:00

Climate Change/Cincinnati

In partnership with The University of Cincinnati’s Center for Public Engagement with Science, the 2019 Science & Nature Lecture is a three-part series focusing on climate change, how it affects Greater Cincinnati, and you. The series features local, regional, and national experts.

Thursday, October 3: Climate Change and Cincinnati Life

Nicole Gunderson, Director of Education, Gorman Heritage Farm Oliver Kroner, Sustainability Coordinator, City Of Cincinnati Government

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Night Carnival
Oct
5
8:00 PM20:00

Night Carnival

Come one, come all to the Night Carnival in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County! You won't believe your eyes as you wander among the unforgettable attractions including the Living Mermaid, Mystical Fortune Teller, and the Sideshow Main Stage. Gourmet Popcorn, Cotton Candy, Frankfurters, and Craft Beer will tempt your taste buds. Fabulous prizes can be won by those lucky or skillful enough to beat a collection of challenging games. Register today to get in on the fun and join Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County in Defending the Potential of children in the community!

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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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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Greater Cincinnati
Oct
26
9:00 AM09:00

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Greater Cincinnati

Nearly 250,000 people will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. That could be your mother, sister, daughter, your wife, or even you. The American Cancer Society is holding Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks so anyone touched by breast cancer won't have to face their diagnosis alone. They do it to raise awareness and money to fund research, support services, and early detection. They hold Making Strides events to save lives.

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Copy of Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz at Landlocked Social House
Aug
13
7:30 PM19:30

Copy of Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz at Landlocked Social House

Geeks Who Drink brings the nation’s best live hosted pub quiz to Landlocked Social House! Join Geeks Who Drink for 8 rounds of audio, visual and live hosted trivia. The weekly quiz is free to play and they’ll be giving away prizes for answering bonus questions and gift cards for our top teams at the end of the night.

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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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The 2035 Lecture: Kavita Shukla
Aug
8
6:00 PM18:00

The 2035 Lecture: Kavita Shukla

Kavita Shukla is the Founder and CEO of The FRESHGLOW Co., a social enterprise taking on the massive global challenge of food waste with FreshPaper, a simple innovation for keeping food fresh. She holds four patents and has received several international honors as an inventor and entrepreneur. FreshPaper started as Kavita’s middle school science project, inspired by a home remedy from her grandmother in India.

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Jake Speed and The Freddies at Wednesdays in the Woods
Aug
7
7:00 PM19:00

Jake Speed and The Freddies at Wednesdays in the Woods

Come celebrate everything great about summer at CCAC’s spirited series of 11 free weekly concerts, this week featuring the musical stylings of Jake Speed and The Freddies. 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 before the concert for a Nature Walk led by Cincinnati Parks Naturalists. Meet at the Bandstand at 5:30pm – walk is free to attend.

New this year! Bring your four-legged friend for the Dog Days of Summer Dog Parade.

Tonight’s food vendors are Smiley’s Bayou and Kona Ice.

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Mocktails, Connections & Conversation!
Aug
7
6:00 PM18:00

Mocktails, Connections & Conversation!

This is the first social event for the Roasted Not Toasted - Women/Moms Living Alcohol Free/ Sober Curious in Cincinnati - Join them and the awesome Comfort Station Bartender Layne! This NEW space is gorgeous and very sober friendly. Layne will have a few amazing Mocktails to choose from (to be purchased). Light bites will be provided. Open to any woman who wants to make connections without the buzz!

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Agents of Change: Climate Change
Aug
7
6:00 PM18:00

Agents of Change: Climate Change

  • Campbell County Public Library-Newport Branch (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join the alliance of the greatest superheroines in the universe, Agents of Change, and work on their first urgent topic: Climate Change. Your role is to use the power of fandom to develop ideas on how Super Heroines, Etc. can tackle this issue.

During this meeting, they will discuss "Fantastic Tools and Where to Find Them: A Fan’s Guide for Fighting Climate Change" - a Fandom Forward Guide developed by The Harry Potter Alliance. You'll learn how you can take action on climate change at home and they'll develop ideas on how SHE can take action locally, regionally, and nationally.

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Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz at Landlocked Social House
Aug
6
7:30 PM19:30

Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz at Landlocked Social House

Geeks Who Drink brings the nation’s best live hosted pub quiz to Landlocked Social House! Join Geeks Who Drink for 8 rounds of audio, visual and live hosted trivia. The weekly quiz is free to play and they’ll be giving away prizes for answering bonus questions and gift cards for our top teams at the end of the night.

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Sip and Meet
Aug
4
9:00 AM09:00

Sip and Meet

Sunday morning coffee and breakfast! Are you living the Alcohol Free life?! Are you curious about living this life? This is a group for women/moms looking for connection, support, and conversation around sobriety, recovery, and the role of alcohol in their lives.

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Tropicoso Salsa at Wednesdays in the Woods
Jul
31
7:00 PM19:00

Tropicoso Salsa 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 Tropicoso Salsa. 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 Quite Frankly and Graeter’s.

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Yoga in the Garden
Jul
31
6:30 PM18:30

Yoga in the Garden

The Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati is resuming their Yoga in the Garden series in partnership with Melting Yoga this month. Join them and their wonderful instructor Nicole for a restorative yoga class the last Monday of each month. Just be sure to bring your yoga mat, and a donation if you wish (not necessary).

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Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz at Landlocked Social House
Jul
30
7:30 PM19:30

Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz at Landlocked Social House

Geeks Who Drink brings the nation’s best live hosted pub quiz to Landlocked Social House! Join Geeks Who Drink for 8 rounds of audio, visual and live hosted trivia. The weekly quiz is free to play and they’ll be giving away prizes for answering bonus questions and gift cards for our top teams at the end of the night.

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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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Under Cover Book Club
Jul
27
1:00 PM13:00

Under Cover Book Club

Come talk about WHAT SHOULD BE WILD by Julia Fine with Under Cover Book Club founder Samantha Evans.

They'll meet in the 12th Story discussion room at the Mercantile Library, 414 Walnut Street.

FREE and open to the public. Reservations encouraged.

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Community Garden Workday
Jul
27
10:00 AM10:00

Community Garden Workday

Join the Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati for a morning of working in their West End Community Garden! Make sure to dress for the weather, and bring water, sun screen, and bug spray if you need it. Please reach out if you have any questions!

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Support Indigenous Action: On A Knife Edge Documentary Screening
Jul
26
7:00 PM19:00

Support Indigenous Action: On A Knife Edge Documentary Screening

  • Greater CIncinnati Native American Coalition (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join the Greater CIncinnati Native American Coalition for their first documentary screening in their new meeting space! This will be the first in a series of documentaries and discussion about Indigenous movements. They will be screening “On a Knife Edge”.

Food will be provided!

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Wednesdays in the Woods: Sound Body Jazz Orchestra
Jul
24
7:00 PM19:00

Wednesdays in the Woods: Sound Body Jazz Orchestra

Come celebrate everything great about summer at CCAC’s spirited series of 11 free weekly concerts, this week featuring the musical stylings of Sound Body Jazz 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 Smiley’s Bayou and Streetpops.

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Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz at Landlocked Social House
Jul
23
7:30 PM19:30

Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz at Landlocked Social House

Geeks Who Drink brings the nation’s best live hosted pub quiz to Landlocked Social House! Join Geeks Who Drink for 8 rounds of audio, visual and live hosted trivia. The weekly quiz is free to play and they’ll be giving away prizes for answering bonus questions and gift cards for our top teams at the end of the night.

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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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