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The Infertility Awareness Project

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Approximately 7.5 million women ages 15 – 44 struggled with infertility issues, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and those women are often left feeling alone and afraid to talk about such a sensitive subject.   But local photographer Maria Kirkland of 12:9 Photography in Liberty Township is working on a project… Read more »

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Happy Birthday, Mary Helen!

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Mary Helen Studio will celebrate it’s second birthday on April 22 and you’re invited!  RSVP for some cookie decorating fun with the studio’s neighbors, The BonBonerie, and check out the spring collection (AND get 20% off!).  Just email events@maryhelenstudio.com to make sure there’s enough cookies for everyone, and check out some upcoming spring group classes,… Read more »

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Disney in Concert

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Are your kids huge Disney fans?  Are YOU?   The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra will introduce Disney in Concert: Tale as Old as time for four concerts later this month.  It’s a musical celebration of all the special songs and beloved moments from movies like The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast… Read more »

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Easter Round-Up

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  The Easter Bunny is hoppin’ into town and there are plenty of ways to meet the Big Guy and celebrate Easter! Check out these spots for Easter Bunny visits, egg hunts, crafts and more!   Join an Eggstravaganza on April 9 at the Voice of America MetroPark (7850 VOA Park Dr., West Chester)! RSVP… Read more »

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A Day in the Life

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The Betts House is bringing back their popular exhibit, A Day in the Life: As the Betts Family Lived in the Mid-19th Century, complete with new materials and programs to give visitors an idea on what life was like for the Betts family during the 1850s. Families are invited to the opening reception on April… Read more »

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Hubbard Family Swim School in Documentary

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For nearly 20 years now – since 1998 – thousands of babies, toddlers, and children from all over Arizona have learned how to swim and developed a love for the water as a result of taking lessons at the Hubbard Family Swim Schools. Under the helm of co-owners, Bob and Kathy Hubbard, their Arizona swim… Read more »

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After School Snacks at the Library

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The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County has teamed up with the Children’s Hunger Alliance to bring after-school snacks to five library branches, starting this month.  The snack service program will offer items like milk, fruit, veggies and dip, oatmeal bars, yogurt, pretzels, string cheese sticks, cereal bars and muffins, along with shelf-stable snacks… Read more »

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Playhouse in the Park’s 2017-2018 Lineup

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Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park recently announced its lineup for the 2017 – 2018 season that kicks off with the adaptation of the Oscar-winning film Shakespeare in Love.   Additional performances include the favorite adventure story Treasure Island, the regional premiere of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, the acclaimed musical Million… Read more »

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Yoga in the Park

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Yoga has a ton of physical and mental benefits, as does spending time in the outdoors.  Why not combine both with a little help from Great Parks of Hamilton County? Yoga After Work will be offered every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. beginning March 7 at Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve (3455 Poole Road).  One-hour sessions will be… Read more »

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A Penguin Meet and Greet

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Want to meet a real, live penguin?  Head to the Contemporary Arts Center (44 E. Sixth St.) on Feb. 25 between 12 and 2 p.m. for a visit with a special guest from the WAVE Foundation during the Free Family Festival.  Then enjoy some frosty fun until 3 p.m. as you experiment with snow and… Read more »

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