Posts Tagged: cincinnati news

Best-Seller Fiona the Hippo

by

Fiona the Hippo by New York Times Best-selling Illustrator Richard Cowdrey, a Cincinnati-native, debuted last week and made the New York Times’ best-seller book list of Children’s Books.  Fiona captured the ears of many with her amazing story – she was born prematurely and not expected to live. With the help of the amazing caregivers at… Read more »

End Summer With a Bang

by

What better way to end the summer than with a good Labor Day bang at the WEBN Fireworks and Riverfest from noon – 10 p.m. Sunday, September 2.  The fireworks begin around 9:07 p.m and the view is great on either side of the river. The show will go on for about 30 minutes.  On… Read more »

Atrium’s Community Picnic

by

Atrium Medical Center will host a free community picnic on August 4, to showcase to area families the latest hospital services and technology available for your family’s health care needs. Gather from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the hospital’s Professional Building (200 Medical Center Drive, Middletown), and enjoy lunch, hospital tours, health screenings, the… Read more »

20 Years at the Children’s Museum

by

Help celebrate 20 years of learning and fun when Duke Energy Children’s Museum throws a party! Head to the museum on Saturday, June 23, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. for activities and tours of the updated Woods and Kids’ Town.  Kids can have a ball in the Energy Zone, unleash their creativity in KidSPACE… Read more »

Cincinnati Neighborhood Games

by

The Cincinnati Neighborhood Games are coming to town in July, but there is plenty happening beforehand, including qualifying events in your neighborhood! What are the Neighborhood Games?  It’s a chance for 52 of Cincinnati’s neighborhoods to compete in fun and friendly games like a 40-yard dash, a hula hoop endurance contest, chess and more.  It’s… Read more »

Kudos to the Blue Manatee!

by

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 »

Winter & Spring Classes at Fitton

by

The Fitton Center for Creative Arts welcomes students to its winter and spring terms.  Sign up now for classes and workshops ranging from pottery and painting to digital photography and mosaics.  There’s something for everyone!  Plus, scholarships are available — application deadline for winter classes is Jan. 5, and the deadline for spring classes is… Read more »

A Rockin’ Toy Drive

by

Bring a new, unused toy to Rockin’ Jump Cincinnati this month to donate to St. Joseph Orphanage, and get a 10 percent discount on open jump time where kids can enjoy indoor trampolines and more. Toys are accepted through Dec. 17 at Rockin’ Jump, located at 8350 Colerain Ave.  Call 513-373-4260 or visit cincinnati.rockinjump.com. 

Project SEARCH Tees Off

by

On Friday, September 15, Fifth Third Bank hosted its 12th annual Tee Off for Project SEARCH golf outing at the City of Mason Golf Center. Project SEARCH is a transition-to-work training program that provides marketable and competitive skill-building opportunities to young adults with disabilities. Over the last 12 years, the golf outing has raised $1.2M… Read more »

Don't Miss Out!

Sign up for our newsletter.

Best Bets for the Weekend | Editor's Picks | Contests & Giveaways

Our weekly newsletter – sent each Thursday – features our picks for the best events for the weekend, plus exclusive online content, and links to our online contests and giveaways.  You'll also find contests and giveaways that are for newsletter subscribers only!

Oh, and we don't share your information with anyone else!