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Beaux Arts Ball to honor Art Academy of Cincinnati supporters & donors who helped with its OTR move

The Art Academy of Cincinnati is celebrating the 10th anniversary of moving to Over-the-Rhine at its Oct. 23 Beaux Arts Ball at the Verdin Bell Event Centre.

Library's Homework Help program plans to expand thanks to donation

Homework Help, a program providing free after-school assistance for students K-8 at various Cincinnati Public Library locations, will be able to expand thanks to a large donation from the Marge & Charles J. Schott Foundation.

Next round of Creative Community Grants are available for Covington projects

Covington's Creative Community Grant program is looking to award $5,000 to creative projects focused on inclusion in any shape or form.

Newport barber gives back to the community with free haircuts for the homeless

When Sean "Spanky" Caudill isn’t cutting hair in his Newport barbershop, he gives back to the community by providing the service to the homeless for free. 

ReSource, Phillips Edison launch "On the Rise" initiative to connect YPs with nonprofits

ReSource helps nonprofit organizations by distributing corporate donated furniture and office supplies and is now connecting them with talented young professionals.

Greenhouse Rock! fundraiser supports musicians with developmental disabilities

Melodic Connections, which provides music therapy services to children and adults with developmental disabilities, hosts its annual Greenhouse Rock! fundraiser Oct. 10 at Krohn Conservatory.
 

Greater Cincinnati Earth Coalition raising money for Earth Day 2016

Earth Day isn’t typically celebrated until April, but the Greater Cincinnati Earth Coalition is raising money for next year's event on Friday, Oct. 9.

Mt. Healthy studio teaches dance, life skills

When Kelli Harmon-Dobson formed the Highsteppers Studio 16 years ago, she had no idea how much of an effect it would have on young girls in the community.

CityLink partners with Red Bike, offers member passes for $5

CityLink's deeply discounted Red Bike passes will help its members cultivate new physical activity habits and overcome transportation barriers.

COV200 seeks input for what to put inside Covington bicentennial's time capsule

COV200 is working with the community to determine contents for the Covington Time Capsule Project, part of the city's bicentennial celebration.

Purple Light Walk raises domestic violence awareness

The Oct. 2 Purple Light Walk gets the community to talk about something that's really difficult to discuss: domestic violence. The annual event takes place every October during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Clovernook Center aims to tackle problem of illiteracy among blind and visually impaired

Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired recently launched braille literacy classes and will start a book club for braille readers later this fall.

OTR children and parents petition to "Keep Our Courts"

A public space across from Rothenberg Preparatory Academy in Over-the-Rhine that houses basketball courts and a nonprofit-operated community eco-garden could be replaced by a high-end housing development.

Park + Vine paying it forward to help those in need

Customers can pay it forward at Over-the-Rhine shop Park + Vine by pre-purchasing meals for those in need, specifically the homeless.

Cincy Care to Share returns to offer free dental, health care to community

Advance Dentistry and Sea of Smiles will provide free cleanings, extractions and fillings on a first-come, first-served basis Sept. 25 as part of the Cincy Care to Share program.
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