The awards are presented by the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center, highlighted by Upstander Awards Dinner and Gala on June 11, at 6 p.m., in historic Union Terminal’s rotunda, where local survivors of Nazi Germany arrived by train from war-torn Europe to rebuild their lives.
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Juneteenth celebrations in Cincinnati set for Eden Park, other venues
Today, the Juneteenth Cincinnati Inc. celebration is turning 36, and it has grown from that homemade guest list to a staple event in June with multiple activities and events in the Queen City.
Easterseals Redwood raising $26 million to expand campus, add capacity
Easterseals Redwood has announced the public phase of its “Power of Work. Power of Purpose” transformational campaign – the most ambitious philanthropic effort in the organization’s history – during a beam-signing ceremony at its Walnut Hills Campus.
Sign-ups open for ’23 Paddlefest
Registration for Ohio River Paddlefest 2023 is now open.
Concours d’Elegance ’23 to feature Porsche
The Cincinnati Concours d’Elegance, in its 45th year, will feature 75 years of Porsche, sponsored by Porsche of the Village, with proceeds benefiting Juvenile Arthritis.
Using golf to reach at-risk kids
Ron Dumas, who uses golf to build stronger futures for at-risk children, received the 2023 Greater Cincinnati Jefferson Award for outstanding community service, part of the national Jefferson Award program that is known as the Nobel Prize for community service.
Clovernook raises $113K
Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired said it raised $113,000 at the inaugural weekend event, Vision Over Sight.
Blink has $126 million impact
The nowhere-else Blink experience attracted over 2 million attendees across the four-day October 2022 event, resulting in a direct economic impact of $126 million dollars.
Animal shelter seeking foster homes
Cincinnati Animal CARE is in search of new foster families.
Rink, pickleball coming downtown
3CDC is bringing a host of new experiences to civic spaces downtown.