Yesterday I celebrated my 40th anniversary in Cincinnati (H.A. to Me), which makes me (besides older than I’d like to be) mindful of how much the city has changed for the better, and for how much we all have to be grateful…such as a bunch of cool stuff to fill up the week ahead! Get busy!
People Working Cooperatively received more than $466,825 in grants from local organizations in the first half of 2017. The funds will be used to make critical repairs and modifications to the homes of low-income, elderly and disabled owners.
Two nonprofits are teaming up to make mental health care more readily available to families living in poverty.
Amateur artists will convene on the tree-lined streets of Mariemont for the third annual Mariemont Paint-Out. The Barn, also known as the Woman’s Art Cultural Center, welcomes artists from junior high through adulthood to participate in the weekend events.
For 10 years, the Difference Makers program has recognized those who work to make a difference in the lives of children and the communities in which they grow, learn and play. Cincinnati Museum Center is seeking nominations.
Heimlich Heroes, a Cincinnati-based nonprofit, trains people in recognizing and responding to a choking emergency. Now, a teen and adult program will be offered in addition to the previous focus on kids ages 7 to 14.
The magic of movies will be the focus during Film Cincinnati’s “Backlot 30” street party. The 30th anniversary party will re-create the backlot of a movie set with special effects, entertainment, production design, props, makeup artists and behind-the-scenes surprises.