Grab your canoe or kayak (and a paddle, of course), for the “largest paddling event in the country,” The Ohio River Paddlefest.
Thirsty 4 History, sponsored by the Greater Milford Area Historical Society, will feature craft beer from local breweries, food, entertainment, a silent auction, split the pot raffle, Promont museum tours and informal discussions on Cincinnati beer history.
Adath Israel Congregation wants the entire community – regardless of religious affiliation – to get involved in its 13th annual Mitzvah Day. The opportunities include a blood drive, Cook for a Cause, Community Sukkah Panel, Stapling for Hunger and more.
Cincinnati will celebrate its commitment to diversity and acceptance of all individuals – regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or expression – during the annual Pride Week.
Friday, June 17, 6-10 p.m., Jeff Wyler Automotive Family Corporate Office & Events Center, Milford – The second Classic Cars for a Cause will benefit the YWCA Greater Cincinnati Eastern Area. The fundraiser will feature food stations, beer and wine, musical entertainment, live and silent auctions, and an inside look at the Wyler classic car collection.
The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati plans a family-friendly open house to introduce the community to its new quarters.