The Datebook

Cincinnati’s guide to fundraisers, friend-raisers, community events, and more…

April 17, Tuesday

Lindner Center of Hope High Hopes Auxiliary | Day of High Hopes, 11 a.m., Kenwood Country Club. DETAILS: Features keynote by Cinda and Linea Johnson, co-authors of “Perfect Chaos: A Daughter’s Struggle to Survive Bipolar and a Mother’s Journey to Save Her.” Also, silent auction, raffle, lunch. $75. 513-791-8133,

April 18, Wednesday

Bethesda Foundation | Bethesda Lyceum, 6 p.m., Jack Casino, downtown. DETAILS: Reception, cocktails, program, with keynote speaker J.D. Vance, author of bestselling “Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis.” Benefits new Thomas Comprehensive Care Center at Bethesda North Hospital, featuring TriHealth’s Cancer Institute. $500 per couple.

April 19, Thursday

Christ Hospital Foundation Guild | Off the Wall, 6:30 p.m., Metropolitan Club, Covington. DETAILS: “Off the Wall: Transforming Cancer Care” features an evening of art, dinner by the bite, drinks, silent auction and lottery. Lottery participants choose pieces of donated art “off the wall” when their numbers are drawn. $125, or $75 for nonparticipants in the art drawing. Proceeds benefit The Christ Hospital Cancer Program.

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation | Cincinnati’s Finest Under Fifty finale, 7 p.m., The Phoenix, 812 Race St., downtown. DETAILS: Dishes by the bite, beer pairings, silent auction, and announcement of winner of 12-week fundraising competition among 19 professionals. 513-533-9300,

HOME | 50th anniversary celebration. DETAILS: Honors five champions of fair housing. Social hour, silent auction, dinner, entertainment, presentations, awards. $125.

Pregnancy Center East | Banquet for Life, 5:30 p.m., Hyatt Regency, downtown. DETAILS: Keynote speaker Michelle Malkin, conservative syndicated columnist, longtime Fox News commentator, senior editor at Conservative Review and a New York Times bestselling author. Tickets are $75, or $50 for guests under 25. 513-321-3100 or

April 20, Friday

Camp Joy | Dance for Joy, 6 p.m., Cintas Center, Xavier University. DETAILS: Dinner, silent auction, live music; Tickets $150.

Cincinnati Ballet | Club B, 7-11 p.m., American Sign Museum. DETAILS: Hot ’80s dance party with the Rusty Griswolds, light bites, cocktails, surprise performances. Co-chairs Christine Lippert and Halle Quinn. Vice chairs Shannon Miller and Deb Schaefer.  $150, $75 for YPs ages 21-40.

April 21, Saturday

1N5 | Spring4Life, new Summit Hotel, Madisonville. DETAILS: Light bites and libations; silent, live and paddle auctions; music and inspirational guest speakers. Amy Tobin emcees. Benefits mental health and mindfulness programming in schools.

American Cancer Society | Cincinnati Discovery Ball, 7 p.m., Fueled Collective, Rookwood. DETAILS: Cocktails and dinner by the bite, live and silent auctions, program. After-party begins at 9:30 p.m. $150 (includes after-party). $75 (after-party only). 888-227-6446 x4211,,

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati | Blue Door Bash, Hyatt Regency, downtown. DETAILS: Cocktails, dinner, entertainment. Hear from the 2018 Youth of the Year. $250.

Kentucky Symphony Orchestra | Bourbon Barrel Ball, 6:30 p.m., Newport on the Levee. DETAILS: Cocktails, silent auction, IMAX tours, bourbon tasting in the former IMAX Theater; seated dinner/buffet by Brio; live music, dancing and bourbon tasting; live auction and raffle drawings for sets of rare bourbon. Entertainment: KSO’s SouthBank Mariachi Band; Jimmy Lee Hook with a tribute to Billy Joel and Elton John; the KSO’s Covington Devou-Doo Daddies and ’90s Swing Revival; the KSO’s Flood Wall Jazz Quartet. Black tie optional.

April 22, Sunday

Musicians for Health | Benefit performance for UC Health’s Barrett Cancer Center, 3 p.m., Memorial Hall. (Doors open at 2 p.m.) DETAILS: Features composer Zac Greenberg, dancer/choreographer Charlotte Smith and concert:nova. $100. or Joyce Elkus at

April 23, Monday

University of Cincinnati | Pay it Forward award ceremony, noon, Niehoff Studios, 2728 Vine St. DETAILS: Pay it Forward, sponsored by Ohio Campus Compact, works to promote philanthropy and develop a new generation of philanthropists. Free. 513-556-3282 or

April 24, Tuesday

Central Clinic Behavioral Health | 95th anniversary celebration, noon, Hilton Netherland Plaza, downtown. DETAILS: Honors Dena Cranley. Keynote speaker: UC President Neville Pinto. Jane Lentz, 513-558-5840 or (as soon as site is live)

April 24-28, Tuesday-Saturday

CET | Action Auction, live, televised auction various times each day.  DETAILS: More than 2,500 items will be included. To volunteer, 513-345-6552 or To donate, 513-345-6579. To preview items:

April 26, Thursday

Su Casa Hispanic Center | Awards dinner, Cintas Center, Xavier University. DETAILS: $75.

Women Helping Women | Light Up the Night – Superhero Soiree, 5:30-9 p.m., Jack Casino, downtown. DETAILS: Food, silent auction, costume contest, dancing. 21+. $100 or two for price of one for under-30 attendees. Sadie Healy, 513-317-2203 or

April 27, Friday

Center for Addiction Treatment | Annual pancake breakfast, 8-9:15 a.m., conference center, Spaulding Recovery & Family Care Building, 834 Ezzard Charles Drive. DETAILS: Honors and thanks Southwest Ohio delegates and supporters. Free.

Council on Child Abuse | Reach for the Stars, The Summit, 5345 Medpace Way, Madisonville. DETAILS: Honors Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap, an anti-bullying advocate. Wine reception, dinner by the bite at new hotel. $75, $125 for couples.

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services | Champions of Hope Gala, 6 p.m., Jack Casino, downtown. DETAILS: Honors Sue Scherer. Silent auction, drinks, appetizers, dinner and program. $100 or $85 for YPs, includes parking. Emcee: Jen Dalton of Local 12’s Good Morning Cincinnati. Proceeds benefit adults, families and youth facing severe and persistent mental illness, homelessness and substance abuse.

Kindervelt 50 | UP!, 7-11 p.m., The Summit, 5345 Medpace Way, Madisonville. DETAILS: Dinner, music, casino games, raffle, silent auction at new hotel. $150, $275 for couples.

Pendleton Art Center | Final Friday, 6-10 p.m., Pendleton Art Center, 1310 Pendleton St. DETAILS: Ten percent of sales by 40 local artists, plus sales of refreshments benefit Community Shares.

PreventionFIRST | Annual luncheon, Cintas Center. DETAILS: Keynote by Gen. Arthur T. Dean, chairman and CEO of CADCA. 513-751-8000

April 28, Saturday

DePaul Cristo Rey High School | Rey of Light, 5:30 p.m., DePaul Cristo Rey Student Center. DETAILS: Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, dinner and live auction. Lisa Muething at 513-861-0600 or

Lighthouse Youth & Family Services | Beacon of Light, Hyatt Regency, downtown. DETAILS: Honors Humanitarian Award recipients Dr. P. Eric Abercrumbie, Elaine Fink, Allison Kropp and Dr. Robert Shapiro. $150.

SPCA Cincinnati | Fur Ball, 5:30 p.m. Sharonville Convention Center, Sharonville. DETAILS: Themed “Emerald City & The Wizard of Paws.” Cocktails, silent auction, dinner and program. 21 and over. 513-489-7392

April 29, Sunday

Fluidity | Happy Together, 3 p.m., The Redmoor Live Music, Mt. Lookout. DETAILS: Fluidity: Creative Choral Community for a Cause concert benefits Circle Tail. Appetizers, cash bar, dinner menu available. $38-$75.

Jeff Ruby Foundation | “Vegas Comes to Cincinnati” birthday gala, 6 p.m., Jack Casino. DETAILS: Birthday bash for Jeff Ruby’s 70th and inaugural event for the Jeff Ruby Foundation. Live performance by Kool & The Gang. Open bar, heavy hors d’oeuvres, sushi and more. Celebrity appearances by Lee Greenwood, Kix Brooks, John Calipari, Cris Collinsworth, Kirk Herbstreit, Chris Mack, Mick Cronin, Bob Huggins. $100;  $500 for VIP tickets. Proceeds benefit childhood hunger, poverty and foster/adoptive care system.

Midwest Culinary Institute | 1 Night 12 Kitchens, 6 p.m. (5 p.m. VIP), MCI Cincinnati State campus. DETAILS: Mingle with chefs, explore the kitchens, sample wine, craft beer, gourmet fare. $125, VIP $200.

May 1, Tuesday

Artworks | See For Yourself: Sixth Annual Breakfast, 8 a.m., Duke Energy Convention Center. DETAILS: Networking, program ArtWorks’ impact on region.; Direct RSVP:; Questions: (513) 333-0388 or

Clermont Chamber of Commerce Foundation | Salute to Leaders Awards, Oasis Conference Center, Loveland. DETAILS: Dinner and awards ceremony. $30. 513-576-5000 or

May 3, Thursday

Alzheimer’s Association | Art of Making Memories, 6-9:30 p.m., Jack Casino, downtown. DETAILS: Auction of artwork by participants in the Memories in the Making art program, with celebrity auctioneer Bob Herzog of Local 12 and emcee Bob Goen, formerly of “Entertainment Tonight” and current host of “Bob and Marianne in the Morning” on WARM 98 radio. Tapas-style dinner, wine, beer, cash bar, auction, raffle, live entertainment.

Taft Museum of Art | An Evening of Art in the Garden, 6-10 p.m., Taft Museum, 316 Pike St., downtown. DETAILS: Inspired by “Louis Comfort Tiffany: Treasures from the Driehaus Collection” exhibit. Drinks, canapes, music, docent raffle, and light installation.

May 4

YPCC | Karaoke Fundraiser: May the Fourth Be With You, 6:30-10 p.m., Hoffner Lodge, Northside. DETAILS: Benefits Young Professionals Choral Collective. Food and drink available for purchase.

May 4-6, Friday-Sunday

Flying Pig Marathon | 20th anniversary, downtown. DETAILS: Full marathon May 6 is sold out. Other options: Friday, Little Kings Mile; Saturday, 10K, 5K, Kids Races, PigAbilities and Flying Fur; Sunday, 4-person relay and half marathon.

May 5, Saturday

Great Parks of Hamilton County | Up With the Birds Walk, 7 a.m., Sharon Woods. Meet at Harbor Parking Lot for hike around lake. Take binoculars and kids 8 and up. Other hikes: scavenger hunt walk, May 6, 1-3 p.m. Woodland Mound/Seasongood Nature Center; bird behavior hike, Sunday 20, 9 a.m., Woodland Mound/Seasongood Nature Center. Free, but vehicle permits required in parks. 513-521-7275 or

Greenacres Foundation | Spring bird hike, 8-10 a.m., Greenacres Old Church, 8680 Spooky Hollow Road, Indian Hill. DETAILS: Geared to beginners and intermediate birders, with tips on identifying common birds by sight or sounds. Adults and children 12 and up. $4. Take binoculars if you have them.

May 6, Sunday

Inter Parish Ministry | Sunday Supper Celebration, 5-8 p.m., Oasis Conference Center, Loveland. DETAILS: Farm-to-table fare, plus wine and craft beer, bourbon tastings. Music by Dan Varner, live and silent auctions. Honors volunteers Sharon Brummett, Amy Faught, John Schraut and Dick Simpson. Benefits food and clothing pantries. $55. 513-561-3932 or

May 9, Wednesday

YWCA of Greater Cincinnati | Career Women of Achievement awards luncheon, Duke Energy Convention Center. DETAILS: Honors eight women at the pinnacle of their careers. Keynote speaker: Actress/activist Ashley Judd. $85. 513-241-7090 or

May 10, 2018, Saturday

Corbett Mayerson Awards | Competition and reception, 7 p.m. Corbett Theater, SCPA. DETAILS: SCPA juniors compete in multiple arts disciplines before panel of judges. Preceded by 5:30 p.m. cocktail hour at The Transept, 1205 Elm St. Followed by 9 p.m. dessert reception, Urban Curve SCPA. $50.

St. Elizabeth Foundation | Grant Golf Classic, Eagle Creek Country Club 990 Crittenden-Mount Zion Road Crittenden, Kentucky. DETAILS: Morning flight at 8 a.m., afternoon play at 1:30 p.m. RSVP: Emily Cahill, 850-301-6190 or

May 11, Friday

Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati | Aspire Cincinnati Award Luncheon, noon-1:30 p.m., Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza. DETAILS: Honors Heidi B. Jark, senior vice president and managing director of the foundation office at Fifth Third Bank. $75. 513-221-4447,

Envision | Emerald Gala, Anderson Pavilion, Smale Riverfront Park. DETAILS: Drinks, dinner by the bite, silent auction. $85.

Stepping Stones | Sporting Clays Tournament, Sycamore Pheasant Club, Loveland. DETAILS: A 25-station clay shoot, with 100 targets. Food, drinks and awards at lodge afterward. Limited to 120 shooters.

May 12, Saturday

Cincinnati Nature Center | 25th Back to Nature gala, 6 p.m., Cincinnati Nature Center, 4949 Tealtown Road, Milford. DETAILS: Themed “Enchanted Evening in the Woods,” includes dinner, signature cocktail, desserts, live music and nature-themed art auction. 513-831-1711 or

Cincinnati Preservation Association and Westwood Historical Society | Spring House Tour, 1-5 p.m., Westwood. DETAILS: Seven homes and a church open as part of Westwood’s 150th anniversary celebration. $20 in advance, $25 day of tour. Volunteer docents needed. Additional details TBA.

JDRF | Cincinnatian of the Year gala, 6 p.m., Duke Energy Convention Center. DETAILS: Carnivale for the Cure, honoring Rich Boehne, chaired by Petra Vester. Contact Becky Gaible at

Montgomery Woman’s Club | Passport to Fashion: Japan, 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Manor House, Mason. Fashion show, chicken marsala lunch, raffle baskets, photo booth, split the pot. Benefits the Dragonfly Foundation. Fashions by clothier J. Jill. $40.

National Council of Negro Women-Cincinnati Section | 24th Annual Bethune-Height Recognition Prayer Breakfast, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Greater Emanuel Apostolic Temple, 1150 W. Galbraith Rd., Springfield Twp. DETAILS: $15 for children; $30. 513-242-7897

TEDx Cincinnati | Main Stage Event, 4-6 p.m. and 7:30-9:30 p.m., with reception between. Memorial Hall, 1225 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine. DETAILS: Local, national and international presenters share their stories and ideas based in technology, entertainment, design and more.

May 12-13, Saturday-Sunday

Asian American Cultural Association of Cincinnati | Asian Food Fest, Washington Park, Over-the-Rhine. DETAILS: Noon-10 p.m. Saturday; noon-8 p.m. Sunday. Features Asian cuisine, live entertainment, local craft beer, Asian beer, family activities. Small plates, $2-$6. Admission free.

May 18, Friday

Easterseals’ Building Value | ReUse-apalooza, 7-11 p.m., Building Value, 4040 Spring Grove Ave., Northside. DETAILS: Designer Challenge, food by the bite, live DJ, magician, jugglers, origami artists, Lip Sync Battle. Entrants in Designer Challenge begin registering March 3. Early-bird tickets $35 until April 15.

May 19, Saturday

Addiction Services Council | Dialing In on Addiction Car Show, Crossroads Church, 828 Heights Blvd., Florence. DETAILS: Cars, trucks and bikes welcome. Trophies to top 100 vehicles. $20 pre-registration, $25 at the door. Registration starts 7 a.m. Food, silent auction, raffles.

First Step Home | Rose Award celebration, 6 p.m. Cincinnati Woman’s Club, 330 Lafayette Ave, Clifton. DETAILS: Reception, dinner and program $150. Rachel Lyon, 513-961-4663 x107 or

May 20, Sunday

Wyoming Art Show | Juried art show, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., along Worthing Avenue, Wyoming. DETAILS: Over 125 tented displays along the street, free children’s activities, music, food vendors, free parking.

May 23, Wednesday

NKY University Friends of Steely Library | Good Food, Good Drinks, Good Books, 7-10 p.m., New Riff Distilling, Newport. DETAILS: Features local culinary specialists and beverage experts. Food, beverages, silent auction, live entertainment by Brad Myer and Michael Sharfe. Special guest: NKU coach Kenney Shields. Ticket sales end May 18. $100 and up. Ken Gunkel, 513-703-1123 or

May 31, Thursday

Children’s Law Center | Dancing with the CLC Stars, 6-9:30 p.m., Receptions, 1379 Donaldson Hwy., Erlanger, Ky. DETAILS: Dance competition featuring local celebrities paired with pros, dinner by the bite, beer and wine, cash bar, open dancing before and after the competition, and a free dance lesson at Arthur Murray Dance Studio. $50 or $100 for priority seating. Dance champion and fundraising champ will be crowned, with each dollar worth a vote. 859-431-3313 or

June 1-3, Friday-Sunday

Summerfair Cincinnati | Summerfair 2018, Coney Island, Anderson Twp. DETAILS: Friday, 2-8 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Juried art show of various media, family activities, entertainment, food. Benefits area arts organizations and artists. $10.

June 2, Saturday

Covington Rotary Club | Silent and Live Auction, 9 a.m., St. Elizabeth Education & Training Center, 3861 Olympic Blvd., Erlanger. DETAILS: Over 125 items in the silent auction, more than 100 items in the live auction. Supports The Point/ARC of Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati. Free admission. $5 per paddle to bid.

JDRF | One Walk Kings Island, Kings Island, Mason. DETAILS: Check-in starts at 7 a.m.; walk begins at 8 a.m. or

Price Hill Pacer | 5K/10K race, 7-11 a.m., Elder High School, Vincent Avenue.

DETAILS: Walk starts at Elder; pre- and post-race celebrations at Seton High School, 3901 Glenway Ave., Price Hill. Benefits Santa Maria Community Services and Price Hill Will.

SCPA Alumni Association | Alumni & Friends Gala, 6 p.m., School for Creative and Performing Arts. DETAILS: Inaugural gala celebrates SCPA Alumni Association and Jack Louiso’s tenure as school’s first artistic director. Cocktails, dinner, program. Chaired by Dianne Dunkelman. $100.

June 4, Monday

Talbert House | Fatherhood Celebration, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Hyatt Regency Cincinnati, downtown. DETAILS: Annual luncheon recognizes two men as Fathers of the Year. This year’s honorees are Mel Fisher (posthumously) and Robert Neel. Keynote speaker is Rob Portman.

Tender Mercies | Golf outing, 11 a.m., Clovernook Country Club. DETAILS: Lunch/registration at 11 o’clock, shotgun start at 1 p.m., dinner and awards. $250 per golfer, $900 per foursome. 513-639-7021 or

June 5, Tuesday

Association of Fundraising Professionals | Nonprofit Leadership Summit – Culture Eats Philanthropy for Breakfast, 7:30-11:30 a.m., Cintas Center, Xavier University. DETAILS: Kishshana Palmer will speak on building a successful organizational culture to benefit a nonprofit’s team, its donors and the community. Four CFRE credits. Registration by May 29. $25-$75.

June 8-10, Friday-Sunday

Concours Foundation | Cincinnati Concours d’Elegance weekend, Ault Park and other locations. DETAILS: Friday – 6:30-9:30 p.m., “A Rare Evening, A Rare Collection” party, Indian Hill. $175. Saturday – 8:30 a.m., Open House at Metalkraft Coachwerkes; 10:30 a.m. Porsche seminar; 1 p.m. Countryside Tour; 5-9 p.m. Hangar Party at Lunken. Sunday – 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Cincinnati Concours d’Elegance Car Show, Ault Park, $30. Proceeds benefit the juvenile arthritis programs of the Arthritis Foundation. 513-321-1951 or

June 9-10, Saturday-Sunday

Ride Cincinnati | Yeatman’s Cove, Sawyer Point Park, downtown. DETAILS: Saturday – 4-8 p.m., opening ceremony, Yeatman’s Cove. Live music, food, beer. Sunday – Century ride begins at 6 a.m. with other staggered starts. Benefits UC Health Barrett Cancer Center.

June 10-14, Sunday-Thursday

Anthony Munoz Foundation | Hall of Fame Experience, various locations. DETAILS: Thursday – Hall of Fame Dinner, Manor House, banquet, dinner and program. $125-$1,000. Friday – Hall of Fame Golf Classic, TPC River’s Bend, registration at 7:15 a.m., celebrity golfers paired with foursomes, lunch, dinner, gifts and prizes. $4,000 per foursome. Saturday-Monday – Hall of Fame Football Academy, third- to eighth-grade students, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Sycamore High School.

June 11, Monday

Stepping Stones | Golf Classic, O’Bannon Creek Golf Club, Loveland. DETAILS: Morning or afternoon flight. Awards banquet in the clubhouse. Single: $200. Foursome: $1,000.

June 12, Tuesday

Giving USA | Cincinnati Briefing, 7:30 a.m., National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. DETAILS: Breakfast followed by program on the state of philanthropy. Keynote speaker is Melissa S. Brown, former editor of Giving USA. Local speakers: Ellen Katz of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation and Rob Reifsnyder of the United Way of Greater Cincinnati.

NKY Chamber Women’s Initiative | Women’s golf outing and clinic, 11:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Summit Hills Country Club, Crestview Hills. DETAILS: Lunch, nine-hole shotgun start, 12:30 p.m.; lessons from a golf pro, 19th hole social, 3 p.m. $90 per golfer.

June 16, Saturday

Rotary Club of Cincinnati | Believe 2 Achieve, Anderson Pavilion, Smale Riverfront Park. DETAILS: Cocktails, food, silent auction and program emceed by Cincinnati Reds’ Teddy Kremer and mixologist Molly Wellmann. Benefits Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati, Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati and Stepping Stones Camp Allyn.

June 16 & 23, Saturdays

The Carnegie | Suits That Rock, 8 p.m., The Carnegie, Covington. DETAILS: Volunteer musicians/singers are local business leaders. Theme is “Toga Party.” Music, appetizers and commemorative mug. Proceeds benefit children’s arts education programming. $60-$85. 859-957-1940 or

June 17, Sunday

Talbert House | Fatherhood Community Celebration, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Sawyer Point Park. Family celebration with games and entertainment, arts and crafts, food and beverages, live music, sports activities. Free.

June 18, Monday

Bethany House | 25th annual Golf Classic, 11 a.m. The Heritage Club, Mason. DETAILS: Lunch, shotgun start at noon, cocktails, dinner and awards. $250.

Ronald McDonald House Charities | 2018 Golf Classic, Kenwood Country Club. DETAILS: Morning and afternoon foursomes. Details TBA.

St. Joseph Orphanage | Golf outing, Glenview Golf Course. DETAILS: Lunch, cookout dinner, two drink tickets per golfer, scramble format, on-course contests, raffle baskets. Sponsorships and foursomes: $1,000-$10,000. 513-741-3100, or

June 24, Sunday

Bridges of Faith Trialogue | Festival of Faiths, Cintas Center, Xavier University. DETAILS: Inaugural event will celebrate the area’s religious diversity. Faith-based exhibits, dialogues, workshops, art, music and activities for all ages. Free.

June 30, Saturday

The Cure Starts Now | Hyde Park Blast, Hyde Park Square. DETAILS: Four-mile run/walk, cycling races/Criterium, afternoon block party. Benefits Cincinnati cancer charities.

Aug. 11, Saturday-Aug. 19, Sunday

Western & Southern Open | Men’s and women’s tennis, Lindner Tennis Center, Mason. DETAILS: Top-ranked players from men’s ATP and guarantee of 7 of 10 top pros from Women’s Tennis Association. New $25 million facility for spectators. Tickets:, and 513-651-0303

Sept. 13, Thursday

Dress for Success Cincinnati | Annual Fashion Show luncheon, 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Jack Casino, downtown. DETAILS: TBA.

Nov. 17, Saturday

Pets In Need of Greater Cincinnati | Petcasso, The Summit Hotel, Madisonville.  DETAILS: Live and silent auctions, including Painted Pets art auction. Additional details TBA:

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