Jason Barron, founder of Cincinnati’s Red Bike and a past top staffer for former Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory, will start as the new director of Cincinnati Parks in early September.
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Culture FIX: Aug. 18-24
Blah, blah, go away … make a decision, Mother Nature. Whether She’s paying attention or not, all you have to do is read below to make up your mind what to do in the days ahead.
Cincinnati Parks Foundation and partners making everything “Rosie” in Mt. Airy
The new, free monthly program utilizes special all-terrain wheelchairs, called “Rosies,” to get those with disabilities out on the trails in Mt. Airy Forest.
Butterflies are back at re-opened Krohn Conservatory
Krohn Conservatory is welcoming back exotic butterflies for the next month, and you’re invited too.
Cincinnati Parks, Great Parks issue City Nature Challenge
Cincinnati Parks has teamed up with Great Parks and a dozen other regional environmental organizations to participate in the international City Nature Challenge.
Events: Oct. 14-20
Intriguing events for the week ahead to be felt, heard and seen. Read on and you’ll learn what we mean…
Some flora and fauna to distract you from the pandemic
Many of us are heading outdoors this summer in to alleviate our boredom and freshen our outlook. Here are three programs for focusing your attention on flora and fauna.
Art Museum enhances ties to community with Art Climb
The Cincinnati Art Museum’s commitment to its community will soon be reinforced with a new project, the Art Climb.
‘Where DID you get that hat?!’
We had a blast at the 2016 Hats Off Luncheon and decided to share some additional hat photos of our own – and some stories behind the hats.
10 years in, it’s time to celebrate Smale Riverfront Park
The Women’s Committee of Smale Riverfront Park celebrated its 10th anniversary in a big way, with more than 1,200 guests attending Riverfront Rendezvous: The 10th Annual Hats Off Luncheon.