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!
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.
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.
It’s time for a little toe-tapping, foot-stomping bluegrass music to promote kids’ health through the Cincinnati Children’s Center for the Prevention of Preterm Birth.
Plans are underway for Cincinnati’s Holocaust & Humanity Center to open its new exhibition at Union Terminal.
Pet Jam, a family- and pet-friendly fundraiser for the League for Animal Welfare, will make its debut at Grailville. The event will feature live music by local bands, food trucks and craft beers.
Eight businesses are finalists for the ArtWorks Big Pitch, a mentorship program and pitch competition designed for creative businesses.