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The Sharonville Food Train


Support locally-owned restaurants in this fun challenge from the City of Sharonville!  Join the Food Train — 18 local restaurants for you to visit!  Pick up a Food Train Ticket at any participating restaurant, at Sharonville City Hall (10900 Reading Road), or at sharonvillefoodtrain.com.  Visit a participating restaurant now through December 1, 2018, and get… Read more »

Music@BCM Lineup Announced


The popular summer concert series at Behringer-Crawford Museum (1600 Montague Road) kicks off in May, and the artists have been announced: May 3: Nicole Zuraitis May 17 MJQ Déjà vu June 7: Comet Bluegrass All-Stars June 14: Nasty Nati Brass Band June 21: Mambo Combo June 28: Robin Lacy & DeZydeco July 12: Leroy Ellington… Read more »

Medela Makes Breastfeeding Easy


Medela, maker of breast pumps, breast milk feeding products and more, recently introduced a new skill for Amazon Alexa. Now, breastfeeding moms can simply enable the skill and then ask Alexa for help with common questions about breastfeeding, storing breast milk, breast pumping and more. Answers have been developed by board-certified lactation consultants. Don’t have… Read more »

A Blue Ribbon Month


Join Family Nurturing Center for the Blue Ribbon Ceremony to kick off April as Child Abuse Prevention Month. Head to Tom Gill Chevrolet of Florence (7830 Commerce Drive) on April 6 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. to hear about journeys from trauma to triumph, then help tie blue ribbons to the fence to represent… Read more »

Curious About the Curiosity Cube?


MilliporeSigma’s Curiosity Cube is coming to town!  What is it?  It’s a retrofitted shipping container that has been transformed into a solar-powered mobile science lab that features hands-on science experiments to spark interest in STEM learning for kids. Kids will discover how quickly brains can learn, use a microscope to view cells, and use virtual… Read more »

Bees Are All The Buzz!


Honey bees are vital pollinators. With their population declining, it is extremely important to learn more about them and the simple things you can do to help in their survival. Fortunately, Great Parks offers programs that do just that! The Buzz on Native Bees Sunday, April 8, 2 p.m. Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve/Ellenwood Nature Barn Learn… Read more »

Going Organic!


It’s getting green in Cincinnati! Going organic is more than what you eat, it’s a total mindset — teach it to your kids!

One Sip Too Much?


Experts say there’s no “safe minimum” for drinking during pregnancy.

Share-A-Plate Cincinnati


Turner Farm and Whole Foods Market will present the first annual Share-A-Plate Cincinnati, a collection of citywide, community hosted dinner parties with the mission of raising awareness and funds for Cincinnati Children’s Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute Build-It-Bites program, beginning the weekend of April 27-29, 2018. Annie Ilyinsky, Turner Farm board member and Share-A-Plate co-chair, points… Read more »

Kudos to the Blue Manatee!


The blue manatee press will receive the Cooper Award during Ohioana 2018, a special event honoring Hamilton County authors, presented by the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. The event takes place on April 8 at 1:30 p.m. at the Main Library (800 Vine St.).  Readers can meet and chat with local authors like… Read more »

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