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Yoga with cats allows participants to unwind while benefiting Save the Animals Foundation

Modern Makers is partnering with Save the Animals Foundation and local instructors to host a part-yoga, part-art show, part-party June 21 for those interested a good time or perhaps the opportunity to adopt a feline companion.

Local poet/writer finds her open mic home at Lydia's On Ludlow

Creative writer Kelly Thomas organizes a number of events at Lydia's on Ludlow, including bi-monthly meetings of musicians, writers and performers called Literary Lydia's.

New Summer of STEM program takes off in Cincinnati

Local children are enjoying a new mix of camps and activities this summer as part of the Summer of STEM, which focuses on increasing the awareness and availability of science, technology, engineering and math opportunities.

Breakfast, Story Soiree events help celebrate another year of Starfire accomplishments

Starfire is celebrating another year of building better lives for people living with disabilities with two events this week, a breakfast fundraiser June 16 and free Story Soiree July 17.

World Music Fest returns with 50 performances celebrating art and culture

World Music Fest, which mixes live performances, art exhibits, interactive programs, and food, will be a feast for the senses as individuals immerse themselves in a multitude of different cultural experiences June 11. 

Youth to judge history's most stunning automobiles as juvenile arthritis fundraiser

Calling all car enthusiasts! The Ault Park Concours d’Elegance celebrates its 39th annual showcase of the most stunning automobiles and motorcycles throughout history on Sunday, June 12.

Norwood students give back, gain much in return through Avenues for Success

Norwood City Schools’ Avenues for Success will host its second annual Glow for the Cure Saturday as students work to serve their community by raising funds for The Cure Starts Now Foundation and The iWILL Awareness Foundation.

Cincinnati Symphony, CCM lead diversity push among American orchestras

To promote a more diverse and inclusive environment, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and UC's College-Conservatory of Music have teamed up to provide mentorship and applied learning for five minority Fellows.

Cincy-Cinco celebrates culture, honors mothers at region's largest Latino fest

The 13th annual Cincy-Cinco festival highlights Latino traditions, values and culture May 7-8 on Fountain Square.

Internationally renowned photographer features local families in "ReelBeauty" program

Living Arrangements for the Developmentally Disabled is hosting a series of "ReelPrograms" monthly events leading up to next year's ReelAbilities Film Festival.

Brazee Street Studios looking for artists to join Mini Bead Marathon and Art Supply Swap April 23

Brazee Street Studios will host its first-ever Mini Bead Marathon later April 23 to back Beads of Courage, a national arts-in-medicine program that supports children coping with serious medical issues.

Louder Than a Bomb poetry slam gives voice to local teens

Students from all across the tristate area are participating in the final round of the world's largest youth poetry slam, Louder Than a Bomb, on Saturday April 9 at the SCPA in Over-the-Rhine.

CSO engages community in Orchestras Feeding America fight to address food insecurity

It’s an exciting weekend at Music Hall for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, which performs an all-Spanish program while collecting non-perishable food and hygiene-related items to support the Freestore Foodbank.

Art Museum's Rosenthal Education Center celebrates successful first year

More than 26,000 people have walked through the doors of the Rosenthal Education Center since it opened last March in the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Fourth round of Covington Creative Community Grants now open

The Center for Great Neighborhoods is seeking applicants for its fourth round of Creative Community Grants intended to engage and impact Covington for the better; application deadline is May 2.
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