Cincinnati’s Guide to Fundraisers, Friend-Raisers and Community Events
NOTE: Even though the pandemic is easing, please check with presenting organizations for event changes.
May 12, Thursday
Alzheimer’s Association, The Art of Making Memories | 6-9:30 p.m. Music Hall Ballroom. DETAILS: Hosted by Local 12’s Bob Herzog and featuring live music, cocktail reception, silent auction, food, and inaugural recipients of the Courage and Hope Award. Tracey Stofa is 2022 gala chair.
HER Cincinnati, EmpowHER Hour | 5:30-6:30 p.m. Lytle Park Hotel. DETAILS: Drinks, appetizers, discussion.
May 13-15, Friday-Sunday
Dress for Success Cincinnati, Spring Warehouse Sale | 4623 Wesley Ave., Norwood. DETAILS: The sale will be 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Sunday. Fill a bag with any items – clothing, shoes, accessories – for only $20.
May 13, Friday
Visionaries and Voices, Double Vision XIII | 6:30-11 p.m. Memorial Hall. DETAILS: Live art auction, pop-up shop, silent auction, catering, drink, and live music by Ricky Nye. Tickets: $65.
Women Helping Women, Journey to Joy Gala | 7-10 p.m. Anderson Pavilion, The Banks. DETAILS: Dinner, drinks, music by DJ Xanati, bourbon and wine raffle, silent auction, special guests, Community Champion awards, and more. A special VIP cocktail hour takes place from 6-7 p.m. at Carol Ann’s Carousel. Tickets: $125 VIP: $250.
May 14, Saturday
Atrium Medical Center Foundation, Joie de Vivre Gala | 5:30 p.m. Sharonville Convention Center. DETAILS: Honoring Raymond Kiefhaber MD, and Dr. Bruce and Neila Barnes. Cocktails, dinner, dancing, silent auction. Emcee: Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Ken Anderson.
Brighton Center Gala, An Evening with the Stars | 6-10 p.m. PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation. DETAILS: Live entertainment, drinks, plated dinner, auction and more. Tickets start at $150.
Duveneck Memorial Art Show | noon-5 p.m. George Rogers Clark Park, Riverside Dr., Covington, KY. DETAILS: Features original works of over 50 regional artists from Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky. Food trucks and entertainment provided by the band, Moonshine & Wine. Paid parking available at city parking lots in Covington. Free and open to the public. Rain date: Sunday, May 15.
Holocaust & Humanity Center, Upstander Service Day | 9 a.m.-3 p.m. 1709 Baymiller St, West End. DETAILS: Cincy Upstander Project brings people together to lift up neighborhoods with Habitat for Humanity’s Rock the Block event in the West End. Work includes beautification projects, exterior home repairs and home maintenance work.
Joseph House, Annual Golf Outing | 8:30 a.m., Fairfield Greens South Trace. DETAILS: Golf, breakfast, lunch, beverage tickets and a gift bag. Registration $100 for individuals or $400 for a foursome.
Melanoma Know More, Susan Roebuck Memorial Golf Outing | 8 a.m. Aston Oaks Golf Club. DETAILS: Lunch, team scramble, closest to the pin, longest drive, longest putt, raffles, split the pot. Cost: $100 per golfer / $400 per foursome.
May 15, Sunday
Lindner Center of HOPE, Community Education Day | 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Manor House, Mason. DETAILS: Half-day workshop about mental illness and addiction, buffet, breakout sessions. Stacy Pershall – survivor, author, storyteller – is keynote speaker. Tickets: $10/person
Queen City Kitchen, Cincinnati Alchemy Fest | 3-10 p.m. Arts’ on the Ave, 2141 Central Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45214. DETAILS: Cocktail competition, arts and music festival. Tickets start at $20.
Ronald McDonald House Red Shoe Crew, Annual Par-Tee Fore the House | 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Topgolf West Chester, 9568 Water Front Dr., West Chrster, OH 45069. DETAILS: Brunch, drinks, tournament, awards. Benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities..
May 18, Wednesday
Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, Annual Meeting | 7-8:30 p.m. Mayerson JCC – Amberley Room. DETAILS: Robert and Nancy Goldstein “Volunteer of the Year” Award Winner: Patti Heldman. Alice and Harris Weston Junior “Avodah” Professional Award Winner: Jackie Congedo. Alice and Harris Weston Senior “Avodah” Professional Award Winner: Wendy Walsh. Dessert reception to follow.
Jewish National Fund, Breakfast for Israel | 8 a.m. Mayerson JCC. DETAILS: Keynote: Noa Tishby – Israeli actress, producer, author, and activist. Free and open to all community members.
Over-The-Rhine International Film Festival, Program Announcement Party | 6 p.m. Somerhaus, 1415 Republic St. DETAILS: Get a first look at the 2022 Over-the-Rhine International Film Festival film line-up. Tickets $150.
ProKids, Friends of Children Breakfast | 8-9 a.m. CIntas Center. DETAILS: Newest CASA Volunteers are sworn in and a moving story of ProKids advocacy is presented.
May 18-20, Wednesday-Friday
Lighthouse Youth & Family Services, Light Up with Art! | The Peterloon Estate. DETAILS: More than 35 artists will display and sell a diverse collection of creations. Free admission. Hours: May 18, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. May 19, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. May 20, 10 a.m.-noon.
May 19-21, Thursday-Saturday
Cincinnati International Wine Festival | Duke Energy Center and various locations. DETAILS: Cincinnati’s major wine and food event that raises money for numerous nonprofits each year. Grand tastings Friday evening and Saturday. Tickets begin at $70.
May 19, Thursday
City Gospel Mission, Investing in Youth Banquet | 6-8:30 p.m. Hilton Netherlands Plaza. DETAILS: Banquet, silent auction, special performance by Princesses Ballet.
St. Vincent de Paul, Annual Celebration of Service | 6 p.m. Anderson Pavilion & Carol Ann’s Carousel, 8 E. Mehring Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202. DETAILS: Honoring Sherie Marek and Linda Mueller, longtime supporters and friends of St. Vincent de Paul.
May 20, Friday
Bethesda Foundation, Fernside Classic Dinner & Program | 6 p.m. Cooper Creek Event Center. DETAILS: Festivities, auction.
Cancer Support Community, Par-tee for Hope | 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Topgolf: 9568 Water Front Dr., West Chester Township, OH. DETAILS: Three hours of gaming, food, bar, contests, prizes, swag.
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, Annual REVEL Gala | 6-10 p.m. Otto M. Budig Theater. DETAILS: Black-tie benefit performance of “Pride and Prejudice” with cocktails and dinner-by-the-bite. Celebrate CSC’s grand re-opening season and support education and outreach programs reaching 50,000 students and families each year. Tickets $250, Sponsorship and host opportunities available.
Woman’s City Club, Agnes B. Seasongood Luncheon | 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Embassy Suites, Blue Ash. DETAILS: Speaker: Barbara Turner, first Black woman to lead Ohio National Financial Services. A $1,000 education award is presented at the luncheon to a promising local senior high school woman.
May 21, Saturday
Christ Hospital, 2022 Gala | 6:30 p.m. Duke Energy Convention Center, Grand Ballroom. DETAILS: Gala with cocktails, dinner and dancing. Cocktail attire. Tickets start at $300. For info: 513-585-0657 or Dianne.Fisk@thechristhospital.com
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Great Strides | 9 a.m. Sawyer Point Park. DETAILS: 3 mile walk with in-person and virtual experiences.
Good Samaritan Foundation, Annual Gala: Dancing Through the Decades | 6:30-11:30 p.m. Hyatt Regency. DETAILS: Black-tie gala with cocktails, dinner and dancing. Proceeds benefit creation of Cellular Therapy Program at TriHealth Cancer Institute, Good Samaritan Hospital. Tickets begin at $250, through May 5.
St. Joseph Home, Incline to the Finish Line 5K + Walk & Roll | 9 a.m. 10722 Wyscarver Rd., Sharonville. DETAILS: Early Bird Registration $30 by April 8. Adult Walker or Runner Registration $40, Child Registration $20
May 22, Sunday
Caracole Cincinnati, AIDS Walk + 5K/10K Run | 9 a.m. Spring Grove Cemetery & Arboretum. DETAILS: Participants can walk or run the 5K route (3.1 miles) or 10K as a double loop of the 5K course. Medals and prizes will be awarded at the end of the event.
May 23, Monday
Bayley, George Knittle Memorial Bayley Golf Classic | Western Hills Country Club. DETAILS: Hosted by Bill Hemmer, FOX News co-anchor and Cincinnatian. All faiths are welcome and embraced at Bayley.
Bethesda Foundation, Fernside Classic Golf Outing | 10 a.m. Shaker Run Golf Club. DETAILS: Golf, lunch.
May 25, Wednesday
EACC Cincinnati, Annual Gala Dinner | Music Hall Ballroom. DETAILS: Networking reception, gala dinner. This year, Her Excellency Karin Olofsdotter, Ambassador of Sweden to the United States of America will be the guest of honor and keynote speaker.
Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation, Men’s Mental Health: Help-Seeking Barriers and Enablers | 10-11:15 a.m. Virtual. DETAILS: This 75-minute webinar will include clinical considerations for working with men, factors that affect men’s access to mental health resources, and recommendations on how to strengthen suicide prevention activities focused on men. Registration $25/person.
Ride Cincinnati | 6:30 p.m. Cartridge Brewing. DETAILS: Casual training ride and kick off event. Riders welcome to ride as long as they like. Food and drink at Cartridge brewing — a portion of all sales go directly towards Cincinnati cancer research. A Ride representative will be present to answer any questions about this year’s Ride.
May 26, Thursday
YWCA Greater Cincinnati, Career Women of Achievement | 7-8 p.m., WCPO 9. DETAILS: Recognizing eight 2022 YWCA Greater Cincinnati Career Women of Achievement via livestream and television broadcast. Honorees are recognized as models of leadership, community service and professional success.
May 27, Friday
The Ion Center, Drive for Change Golf Outing | 9 a.m. Eagle Creek Country Club. DETAILS: $75 one player; $300 foursome.
May 30, Monday
Freestore Foodbank, Hunger Walk & 5k Run | 9 a.m. The Banks, Downtown. DETAILS: Walk or run to benefit local families. Virtual options available.
June 2, Thursday
Cincinnati Elder Law, Inaugural Symposium | 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Oasis Conference Center, Loveland. DETAILS: Examining the healthcare system available for seniors and addressing cutting-edge options for positive changes. Keynote: Eloy van Hal, founder, The Dementia Village, Hogeweyk. Continental breakfast, hot buffet lunch, and snacks. Tickets start at $20.
First Step Home, Award Celebration | 7:30 p.m. WCPO Channel 9. DETAILS: Hope, Help, Healing is hosted by Mona Morrow, and includes award ceremony, a look at the Family Unity Center and new Recovery Support Center. This year’s awards go to: Delores Massey Thomas, Hamilton County Sheriff Charmaine McGuffey, and the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, accepted by Rasheda Cromwell.
Holocaust & Humanity Center, Upstander Awards | 6-9 p.m. Union Terminal. DETAILS: Recognizes young individuals who use character strengths to be upstanders and make a difference in the community. Cocktail hour and appetizers. Tickets $25-$100.
Talbert House, Fatherhood Celebration | 4:30-6:30 p.m. Cincinnati Ballet Center. DETAILS: Supports men in their efforts to be responsible, committed and nurturing dads. Networking, appetizers, drinks and a brief program celebrating Fathers of the Year. Honoring Nate Lampley, Partner at Vorys, and Fatherhood Project Graduate Jeremiah Turner.
June 3, Friday
Community Shares of Greater Cincinnati, For the Love of the Community | DETAILS: Food, drinks, entertainment. Duane Gordon, 513-724-GIVE (4483) or firstname.lastname@example.org
YPCC, Gems of the Queen City Gala | 6-11:30 p.m. B&B Riverboats Belle of Cincinnati, 101 Riverboat YPCC, Gems of the Queen City Gala | 6-11:30 p.m. B&B Riverboats Belle of Cincinnati, 101 Riverboat Row, Newport. DETAILS: Cruise and performances by YPCC and guests, including Cincinnati Opera, The Sunburners and dancing, silent auction, VIP dinner and performances. Tickets: $50-$850.
June 4, Saturday
Cincinnati Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired, Fun Fest | 1-5 p.m. Washington Park. DETAILS: Accessible cornhole tournament, live music, carnival games and food. Cornhole registration: $50/team.
JDRF One Walk | 7 a.m. King’s Island. DETAILS: Walk throughout Kings Island returns to in-person for 2022. All ages welcome. Request of $100 donation or fundraising.
June 6, Monday
Folds of Honor, Patriot Shootout Golf Outing | 10 a.m. TPC River’s Bend, 316 Winding River Blvd., Folds of Honor, Patriot Shootout Golf Outing | 10 a.m. TPC River’s Bend, Maineville. DETAILS: Fly-over, color guard, National Anthem and a parachute team landing with the flag.
Stepping Stones, Golf Classic | 8 a.m. O’Bannon Creek Golf Club, Loveland. DETAILS: Morning flight: 8 Stepping Stones, Golf Classic | 8 a.m. O’Bannon Creek Golf Club, Loveland. DETAILS: 8 a.m. morning flight; 1 p.m. afternoon flight. Breakfast, lunch. Steve Mennen is event chair. Tickets: $200 for a single; $800 for a foursome.
June 7, Tuesday
Vibrancy 21, Charity Topgolf with Bengals Tee Higgins | 6-9 p.m. Topgolf, West Chester Township. DETAILS: TBA
Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Foundation, Annual O’Geop Memorial Golf Classic | 11:30-7 p.m. Losantiville Country Club. DETAILS: Golf, Irish shamble format, lunch, dinner and prizes, including one-year lease on Cadillac. Tickets $325.
June 8, Wednesday
American Jewish Committee Cincinnati, Human Relations Reception | 5:30-7:30 p.m. Mayerson JCC. DETAILS: 2022 Community Service Award to Patti Heldman. Tickets start at $500.
June 9, Thursday
American Jewish Committee, 2022 Community Service Award | 5:30-7:30 p.m., Mayerson JCC. DETAILS: Patti Heldman will receive AJC Cincinnati’s 2022 Community Service Award in recognition of her social vision and civic leadership in the Jewish and Greater Cincinnati community.
Goodwill, Celebrity Golf Outing | 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Glenview Golf Course, Glendale. DETAILS: 27 holes of golf with local celebrities from the Bengals, Reds and more; silent auction, raffle drawing for $1500 grand prize, dinner and awards presentation. Sponsorship opportunities available.
June 10-12, Friday-Sunday
HER Cincinnati, Charm at the Farm Vintage Market | 4953 Bunnell Hill Road, Lebanon. DETAILS: $1 of every ticket directly supports HER Cincinnati. Parking is free.
June 10, Friday
Boy Scouts of America Dan Beard Council, Annual Sporting Clays Shoot | 12:30-5 p.m. Sycamore Pheasant Club. DETAILS: Teams of up to four enjoy 25-station course while supporting local scouting.
NKY Chamber and St. Elizabeth Healthcare, IDEA Summit | 8 a.m.-noon. St. Elizabeth Training and Education Center, Erlanger. DETAILS: Keynote speaker Stephanie A. Smith, Fifth Third Bank. Breaktfast, networking, panel discussion breakout sessions. Registration: $55 for NKY Chamber members, $70 for future members, and $50 with NKYP Event Pass.
June 11-12, Saturday-Sunday
Cincinnati Concours d’Elegance | Ault Park and other locations. DETAILS: Scenic ride, hangar party and over 250 vehicles on display, 11 classes of classic, vintage and exotic automobiles and motorcycles. Automotive art show, brunch and beer garden. Tickets: $30; student w/ ID $15.
June 11, Saturday
Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center, Founder’s Dinner | 7-9 p.m. DETAILS: Four-course meal, live music, and a presentation on Baker Hunt’s history. Tickets: $125 or $1000 for table of eight.
Miami University Performing Arts Series, Annual Performing Art Wine Tasting Fundraiser: A Summer Swirl with Jack Keegan | 2-5 p.m. Oxford Community Arts Center, 10 S. College Ave. Oxford, OH. DETAILS: Wines from around the world collected by Miami University wine professor and certified wine educator Jack Keegan. Light bites. Sample rare wines for extra charge.
June 12, Sunday
Holocaust & Humanity Center, Upstander 5K Run & Walk | 8:30-10 a.m., Union Terminal. DETAILS: Runners and walkers on a route throughout Queensgate and West End, followed by a post-race party. Children ages 3-12 can participate in the Upstander Kids Sprint prior to the 5K Race.
June 13, Monday
Boy Scouts of America Dan Beard Council, Annual Dan Beard Golf Classic | 12:30-9 p.m. Maketewah Country Club. DETAILS: Players participate in a four-person scramble format. Boxed lunch and awards dinner included.
June 16, Thursday
Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio, Fowling Tournament | 5-7 p.m. Fowling Warehouse Cincinnati. DETAILS: Drinks, food and friendly competition. Tickets: $30 per non-fowler, $50 per individual player, $100 per team (2 people/team).
June 17, Friday
Redwood, Celebration of Abilities: Redwood @ the Reds | 6:40 p.m., Machine Room, Great American Redwood, Celebration of Abilities: Redwood @ the Reds | 6:40 p.m., Machine Room, Great American Ballpark. DETAILS: Evening of baseball, bourbon raffle, and fireworks. Tickets include admission to the game.
June 18, Saturday
American Sign Museum, The Signmaker’s Circus | 7-11 p.m. Camp Washington. DETAILS: Circus-inspired festivities, food trucks, performances throughout the evening and live music from DJ Mowgli and The Burning Caravan. Tickets: $45 in advance, $50 at the door, or $25 for museum members.
Cincinnati Arts Association, Dancing for the Stars 2022 | DETAILS: Cincinnati celebrities paired with professional dancers in competition. Audience votes for favorite celebrity dancer. Dance music by guest DJ, pre-event reception and wine tasting, open dancing, lite bites, cash bar. Tickets start at $150.
Flying Pig & FC Cincinnati Friendly, FCC 3 | 6 p.m. TQL Stadium. DETAILS: 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party. Registration starts at $30.
Make-A-Wish, The Great Bourbon Raffle | DETAILS: Own six rare bottles of bourbon from the Old Rip Van Winkle Distillery. Tickets $100. Only 4,000 tickets will be sold.
Taft Museum of Art, Light Up the Night Gala | 7-11 p.m. DETAILS: Celebrating completion of Bicentennial Infrastructure Project, museum’s 90th birthday and Deborah Emont Scott’s retirement as president and CEO.
June 21, Tuesday
Giving USA, Cincinnati Briefing | 7:30-10 a.m. Reakirt Auditorium, Cincinnati Museum Center. DETAILS: Continental breakfast, program, Q&A. Speaker: Melissa S. Brown.
June 24, Friday
Beechwood Home, Sporting Clays Event | Sycamore Sporting Clays Club, Miamiville. DETAILS: All experience levels welcome. Includes lunch and awards. Tickets: $275 for individual shooter or $1,000 for a foursome, with lower prices for armed services personnel and 30 or younger.
Campbell County Furever Friends, Paw in the Park | 5-9 p.m. Fort Thomas Mess Hall in Tower Park 801 Cochran Ave., Fort Thomas, KY. DETAILS: Costume contest, vendor booths, food trucks, beer trucks, Music by Derek Alan Band.
June 25, Saturday
Cincinnati Opera, Bal de Triomphe | 4:30 p.m. Music Hall Ballroom. DETAILS: Cocktails, music by Le Hot Jazz, dancing and dinner by Chef Jose Salazar and Renée Schuler of Eat Well. Following dinner, performance of “La Bohème.” Reception follows the performance. Opera tickets sold separately.
Cincinnati Pride Festival | 11 a.m. parade, noon-9 p.m. festival. Downtown and Sawyer Point. DETAILS: Parade and festival, featuring food, vendors and live music by Shea Diamond, Jordy, Alex Newell and Daya.
June 27, Monday
WAVE Foundation, David Fulcher’s Putt for Penguins Celebrity Golf Outing | 9 a.m. Wetherington Golf and Country Club, West Chester. DETAILS: Animals from Newport Aquarium, continental breakfast, 18 holes with cart, drinks and food, awards celebration. $300/golfer.
July 18, Monday
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, CF Golf Classic | Noon. Heritage Golf Club, Mason. DETAILS: Boxed lunch, golfer gift, 18 holes with cart, beverages, snacks, buffet dinner.
July 28, Thursday
Hearing Speech + Deaf Center, Annual Laura and Richard Kretschmer Service Award Gala | 6 p.m. Manor House, 7440 Mason Montgomery Rd., Mason, OH. DETAILS: Reception, dinner. Tickets start at $150.
Aug. 1, Monday
St. Vincent de Paul, Prescription Fore Fun Golf Outing | 2 p.m. Western Hills Country Club. DETAILS: Every $1 donated helps provide $13 worth of prescription medication for neighbors in need across Southwest Ohio. Entry fee includes 9 holes of golf (18-hole option available), cart, and special post-outing wine and bourbon tasting with food pairings.
Aug. 5, Friday
Adventure Crew, Outdoors For All Expo | 4-9:30 p.m. Schmidt Recreation Complex. DETAILS: Exhibits largest paddling celebration, with 2,000 participants traveling through downtown Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky in canoes, kayaks and other human-powered craft. Concludes with festival featuring beer, music and food. Registration required; rates start at $45 for adults and $20 for youth.
Aug. 6, Saturday
Adventure Crew, Ohio River Paddlefest | 7 a.m.-2 p.m., Schmidt Recreation Complex. DETAILS: Nation’s largest paddling celebration, with 2,000 participants traveling through downtown Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky in canoes, kayaks and other human-powered craft. Paddlers choose between traditional 9-mile paddle and a half-distance (4.5-mile) Paddlefest MINI. The paddle concludes with a festival featuring beer, music and food. Registration required; rates start at $45 for adults and $20 for youth.
Aug. 10, Wednesday
Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, Annual Chamber Golf Outing and Clinic | 7:30 a.m.-7 p.m. Golf Courses of Kenton County, Independence. DETAILS: Golfers of all skill levels. Morning and afternoon 18-hole flight and a nine-hole flight in afternoon. Golf clinic, 19th Hole Networking with food, drinks and specialty vendors.
Aug. 19, Friday
Fitton Center, 2022-2023 Season Launch | 5-9 p.m. DETAILS: Tour galleries, classrooms, studios, performance, rehearsal and event spaces. Dinner by the bite, cash bar, live music.
Aug. 29, Monday
Cincinnati Cancer Advisors, Bearcats & Musketeers Vs. Cancer Golf Outing and An Evening with Anthony Munoz | 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Maketewah Country Club. DETAILS: Sponsorships including a foursome for 18 holes, a dinner table for eight (8) persons to the “An Evening with Anthony Munoz” event, course signage, table signage, event program and social media recognition are available for $5,000.
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Sept. 4, Sunday
Boy Scouts of America Dan Beard Council, Annual Festival of Fireworks | 5-10 p.m. Mt. Adams. DETAILS: Primeview of the Fireworks; private, safe, and family-friendly event; shuttle service and activities for all ages.
Sept. 10, Saturday
Stepping Stones, Bloom | 7-11 p.m. Valley View Foundation, 790 Garfield Ave., Milford OH. DETAILS: Food trucks, silent auction, live music. JonJon from Kiss 107 will emcee.
Sept. 17, Saturday
Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Greater Cincinnati, Annual Teal Power 3K Walk – 5K Run | 9 a.m. Summit Park of Blue Ash. DETAILS: Families, survivors and friends honor and celebrate our sisters. Teal store, vendor booths, raffle.
Ride Cincinnati ’22 | Yeatman’s Cove. DETAILS: Non-competitive scenic bike tour featuring 8, 15, 25, 50 and 100-mile routes. Ends with party at Yeatman’s Cove. Supports local cancer research and care.
Sept. 20, Tuesday
Dress for Success Cincinnati, Annual Fashion Show | 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Hard Rock Casino. DETAILS: Luncheon, fashion show, raffle. Early bird tickets start at $100.
Sept. 23, Friday
Boy Scouts of America Dan Beard Council, Annual Southwest Ohio Pursuit Law Enforcement Kart Race | 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Motorsports Country Club. DETAILS: Local law enforcement teams as they race against each other.
Sept. 24, Saturday
Boy Scouts of America Dan Beard Council, Annual Dan Beard 100 Kart Race | 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Motorsports Country Club. DETAILS: Teams of four welcome. Includes lunch and dinner, car show, raffle, silent auction, event t-shirt and awards.
Brighton Center, Wine Over Water | 6-10 p.m. Purple People Bridge. DETAILS: Drinks, food, live entertainment.
Sept. 25, Sunday
Meals on Wheels, Bust a Crust! Pie-K 5K | 8:30 a.m. Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum. DETAILS: Family-friendly race for runners, walkers and everyone of all ages.
Sept. 29, Thursday
NewPath Child & Family Solutions, Heart & Hope Gala – Be the Spark | 5:30-8 p.m. Anderson Pavilion 8 E Mehring Way, Cincinnati, OH. DETAILS: Drinks, appetizers, dinner, award ceremony. Attire: professional, semi-casual. Tickets $120.
Sept. 30, Friday
Junior Achievement, Ladies Sporting Clays and Wine Tasting | 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Elk Creek Hunt Club & Sporting Clays, Owenton. DETAILS: Compete with 46 other teams shooting sporting clays, reception, hors d’oeuvres,and wine tasting.
Oct. 1, Saturday
Alzheimer’s Association, Walk to End Alzheimer’s | 9 a.m.-noon. Sawyer Point, 705 E Pete Rose Way, Cincinnati, OH. DETAILS: Information booths, flower tables, memory wall, Promise Garden Ceremony.
School for Creative & Performing Arts, Beatles Tribute Concert Fundraiser | TBA
Oct 7, Friday
Cincinnati Parks Foundation, Annual Hats Off Luncheon | DETAILS: Honorary co-chairs: Deana Taylor and Brian L. Tiffany.
Oct. 8, Saturday
4C for Children, Champions Gala | 6 p.m. Music Hall Ballroom. DETAILS: Cocktail reception, dinner program, dancing, after-party, live music. Attire: Black tie, masquerade optional. Tickets start at $150.
Oct. 14, Friday
Stepping Stones, Annual Sporting Clays Tournament | 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Sycamore Pheasant Club, Loveland. DETAILS: New and experienced shooters welcome. Following tournament, dinner and announcements.
Oct. 15, Saturday
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Cycle for Life | Rhinegeist Brewery Distribution Center, Camp Washington. DETAILS: Features 15, 30, and 45-mile ride through downtown and Ohio River Scenic Byway to Lunken Field. Morning fuel stations, fully marked routes, Finish back at Distribution Center for festival of craft beers, live music and more.
Oct. 21, Friday
Guiding Light Mentoring, Annual Igniting Future Leaders Gala | 7-9 p.m. The Ventura, Norwood. DETAILS: Seated dinner, awards and scholarship ceremony, silent and live auction, and keynote speaker, Kevin Hines. Emcee: news personality Ashley Kirklen. Tickets $100.
Oct. 22-23, Saturday-Sunday
Ohio River Foundation, Cincinnati Coffee Festival | Music Hall Ballroom. DETAILS: Local and regional coffee roasters, coffee and tea shops, bakers, pastry shops and chocolatiers. Latte Art Throwdown, Latte Art in Action, demonstrations and presentations, live music.
Oct. 22, Saturday
Africa Fire Mission, Chama Fundraiser | 6-10 p.m. Cincinnati Fire Museum. DETAILS: Live and silent auctions, special program, dinner, and wine tasting. Tickets start at $25.
Nov. 12, Saturday
Boy Scouts of America Dan Beard Council, Scouting for Food | DETAILS: Food collection day in support of Freestore Foodbank. Sponsored by Skyline Chili.
Cincinnati Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired, Dining in the Dark | 6-10 p.m. Hard Rock Casino. DETAILS: TBA
Lucky Tales Rescue, Woof and Wiggle | 6-11 p.m. Highland Country Club, Ft. Thomas. DETAILS: Dinner, silent auction, live music. Tickets $55.
Nov. 17, Thursday
Association of Fundraising Professionals, National Philanthropy Day Luncheon | 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Music Hall Ballroom. DETAILS: TBA
Jan. 20, Friday
School for Creative & Performing Arts, Future of the Arts Gala | TBA
Feb. 11, Saturday
The Victorian at Riverside, Gala | The Cincinnati Woman’s Club. DETAILS: TBA
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