Tuesday, Sept. 19, 7:30 a.m.-4:45 p.m., Northern Kentucky Convention Center, Covington Speakers from Kentucky and Ohio will address the second Regional Women’s Summit, staged by the Northern Kentucky Chamber Women’s Initiative. Their topics will relate to the theme, “Igniting Bold…
Thursday, Sept. 7, 7-9 p.m., The Barn, Mariemont You could say fiber artist Larry McKenney likes to pull his memories together with thread. The Villa Hill, Kentucky, man travels the country and shares his vision of popular sites, iconic buildings…
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s Governing Board approved $2 million in Community Fund grants in its second quarter. During the grant cycle, the foundation invested $815,000 in programs that improve the self-sufficiency of area families.
Great Parks of Hamilton County is teaming with the Ohio River Foundation and Rivers Unlimited for free paddling programs that include lake cleanups. Participants can sharpen their canoe and kayak skills while improving the water quality of Winton Lake.
Great Parks Foundation received an anonymous donation to create the Caleb Simpson Scholarship Fund. Simpson, 23, died in a canoeing accident in May.
More than a dozen organizations are part of a collaborative working to eliminate discrimination against women.
Beyond the 78 miles of trails you can walk, run, hike, bike or ride a horse on, Great Parks has two more ways to keep you active outdoors this summer.
The Ben Carlson-Berne Scholarship Fund is collaborating with concert:nova and Activities Beyond the Classroom to provide classical music lessons for economically disadvantaged youth.
Guests can match wits with other know-it-alls at the fourth annual One World Gala & Global Trivia Game. It is a benefit for the Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council.