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Duke awards $115K in nature grants
Duke Energy Foundation awarded $115,000 in nature-related grants to 12 organizations in southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky.
Culture FIX: Oct. 5-11
Ok, we’ve been talking about fall arriving for weeks now, but this week is the real deal. Grab a sweater and enjoy this weather while filling your cultural cup to the brim.
Culture FIX: Sept. 14-20
If you are looking for something to do instead of Oktoberfest, or in addition to, we have you covered. Art, dance, festivals, film, markets, music and theater all abound this week.
Annual river cleanup seeks volunteers
Great Parks of Hamilton County will team up with volunteers to beautify and preserve one of the largest waterways in Greater Cincinnati during the “Clean Sweep” of the Great Miami River on Sept. 17 at Shawnee Lookout.
Five honored in annual National Philanthropy Day recognition
The Cincinnati chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals has named its honorees for the 2022 National Philanthropy Day recognition of outstanding community service.
Culture FIX: June 1-7
And just like that, summer is upon us. Theater, concerts, a little thing called Summerfair, and the launch of Fringe. But wait, there’s more… (Please try to keep up, ok? 😉
Culture FIX: May 25-31
This week is a bit of a cusp week. Many fall-spring seasons have wrapped up, and summer seasons haven’t quite gotten up to speed. Don’t think for a second, though, that there isn’t still plenty to do this last week of May, especially since it coincides with Memorial Day. Here’s a sampling to prove the point:
Culture FIX: May 11-17
The seasons they are a-changin’ this week, with some ending and some ramping up. There are fun fundraisers you might enjoy, plus outdoor art, cocktails- and flowers-as-art, and even movies-while-afloat. Just try to keep up…
Great Parks nabs $6.15M for 2 efforts
Great Parks has landed two key grants — a massive $6 million infusion for connecting several parks and a $150K contribution for a music center.