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Organizations strive to make Cincinnati area more walkable and bike-friendly

Green Umbrella’s Tri-State Trails Initiative and the OKI Regional Council of Governments have collaborated to put bicyclists and pedestrians at the forefront of the region’s transportation policy.

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.

Great American Cleanup seeking volunteers for April event

Hundreds of volunteers help beautify various spots throughout Covington every Spring during Great American Cleanup, and more are needed for this year’s event April 30.

Tri-State Trails preps launch of Opening Day on the Trails Challenge

The Trails Challenge will take place over seven weeks April-June and encourage families and individuals to explore trails and collect prizes upon completion.

Boone County volunteers prepare to get their hands dirty at Reforest NKY 2016

Reforest NKY, which has planted 33 acres of trees in an effort to restore Northern Kentucky’s woodlands, returns April 2 at England-Idlewild Park in Boone County.

OTR eco garden teaches local youth how to grow organic vegetables

The eco garden that sits at 1718 Main St. across from Rothenberg Preparatory Academy in Over-the-Rhine teaches neighborhood kids self-reliance through the growth of organic fruits and vegetables.

Walk With Family 5K to support Interfaith Hospitality Network's work with homeless families

Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati is hosting its first-ever fundraising walk, Walk with Family 5K, on Saturday, Nov. 14 in Eden Park.
 

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.

Athletes, outdoor enthusiasts excited for annual Great Ohio River Swim (moved to Oct. 10)

The eighth annual Great Ohio River Swim Oct. 10 is expected to attract record-breaking participation for the timed 900-meter venture across the Ohio and back.

Cincinnati Food + Wine Classic returns with another star-studded collection of chefs

Washington Park becomes one big kitchen for the Cincinnati Food + Wine Classic throughout the weekend of Sept. 11-13, the event's second year of hosting the best food and beverage flavors in the Midwest.

Businesses, residents, community groups transform vacant Walnut Hills lot into community garden

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful kicked off a transformative project last week to turn a vacant Walnut Hills lot into a community garden, thanks to help from Lowe’s Heroes and the Health & Wellness Walnut Hills initiative.
 

Bluegrass for Babies benefit concert returns to Sawyer Point

Enjoy live bluegrass music and favorite local foods Sept. 19 at Bluegrass for Babies, an annual concert presented by Healthy Roots Foundation as a fundraiser for Cincinnati Children's Hospital.

Rescheduled Paddlefest hosts three float events and downtown festival

The 14th annual Ohio River Paddlefest, whose original June dates were swamped by heavy rain and high river levels, is set for Aug. 2, with two races and a leisurely 8-mile paddle on the Ohio River.

Metro offers free Fan Shuttle in downtown, OTR to connect All Star Game weekend activities

Metro is helping relieve downtown traffic and parking hassles during All Star Game weekend with a free Fan Shuttle running a loop from Fountain Square to Government Square to Duke Energy Convention Center to Washington Park.

OTR Foundation launches crowdfunding campaign to support Rothenberg rooftop garden

The Over-the-Rhine Foundation kicks off a crowdfunding campaign for the Rothenberg Rooftop School Garden May 20, hoping to raise $5,000 for additional equipment and supplies for students and community members who tend to the garden.
 
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