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Tickets for Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park’s 2016-17 season on sale

Single tickets for all of the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park’s 2016-17 season productions will go on sale Monday, Aug. 1. This includes tickets for the 26th annual production of the Playhouse’s beloved holiday classic A Christmas Carol, presented by U.S. Bank. Ohio’s only two-time Tony Award-winning theatre boasts productions that are both nationally recognized [ Read More ]

SSCC’s engineering co-ops pair students, businesses

Southern State Community College’s new co-op tracks in Computer Assisted Design, Electrical/Electronics Technology and Electro-Mechanical Engineering pair students with local business partners in an alternating rotation of learning and working. To better explain the co-op tracks, as well as all of SSCC’s engineering programs, an Engineering Info Session will be held for prospective students and [ Read More ]

Old West Festival returns for 9th year

WHAT: Old West Festival WHEN: Saturdays & Sundays, Sept. 10 to Oct. 16, 2016 HOURS: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Rain or shine WHERE: 1449 Greenbush Cobb Rd. Williamsburg, Ohio 45176 Minutes off 275 and State Route 32 past the Eastgate Mall COST: Sidekick Admission: $12.99 adults, $9.99 kids: includes shows, rides, and live entertainment. [ Read More ]

Jungle Jim’s holds Buckeye Beer Bash

We’re celebrating Ohio in a BIG way at our first ever Jungle Jim’s Buckeye Beer Bash. Breweries from around the Buckeye State will be joining us in the Snake House (behind our Fairfield location) for a day of local and statewide favorites, great local food, and rockin’ local music. Looking for the next great ​local [ Read More ]

STABLE classes

The Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities will host two seminars on July 26 to help families with “Setting up a STABLE Account.” On June 1, Ohio became the first state in the nation to offer STABLE Accounts. This allows individuals with disabilities the opportunity to save and invest money without losing eligibility for certain [ Read More ]

Goshen seeking veterans who never graduated

Goshen Local School District is looking for former students that left school early to fight in either World War II, the Korean War or the Vietnam War. If you were to have received a diploma between 1941 – 1945, 1950-1953 or 1955-1975 and would have graduated from Goshen High School we want to honor you. [ Read More ]

Korean War veterans call to muster

The 63rd anniversary of the Korean War 1950/1953 Armistice will be observed July 23 at 1:30 p.m. at the Spirit of 76 Park in Miami Meadows Park, located at 1546 state Route 131 in Miami Township. All veterans, their families and the general public are invited. “The Kingdom Warriors” will open the event at 1:30 [ Read More ]

Jungle Jim’s first Bacon & Cheese Festival takes over Eastgate

Come one, come all! We’re putting together a brand new festival that’s going to be hard to say “no” to. Jungle Jim’s Bacon & Cheese Festival is a one day celebration on July 23 from 12-6 p.m. of all things tasty in the world of bacon and cheese. If you’re ready to go whole hog [ Read More ]

Yoga in the Park being held this summer in Union Township

Clermont County Park District is partnering with Interact for Health and East Cincy Yoga to offer free Yoga classes at Shor Park in Union Township. The classes were made possible through a grant from Interact for Health – Join the Fun program. Certified yoga instructors from East Cincy Yoga guide participants of all abilities through [ Read More ]

TQL celebrates inaugural Military Month in July

Total Quality Logistics has an extensive history of supporting military causes and hiring veterans. The Cincinnati-based freight brokerage firm – with more than 50 offices in 22 states – deemed July TQL Military Month. Among the highlights for the inaugural celebration will be: · Building lights – TQL headquarters will be lit in a red, [ Read More ]


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