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Honey Hill Farm to visit libraries

Honey Hill Farm is bringing a menagerie to the Clermont County branch libraries this spring and summer. See cute farm animals that love to be fed and petted as well as more exotic creatures. Mark your calendar. The Honey Hill Farm Petting Zoo is scheduled for: June 4, 10 a.m. to noon, Milford-Miami Township Branch [ Read More ]

Chatfield College to offer summer enrichment courses

Chatfield College has announced that it will again offer Summer Enrichment Courses from June 1- July 15 at the St. Martin campus in northern Brown County. The following enrichment classes will be available: Beginning Painting, Basic Drawing, Water Colors, Block Printing, Tai Chi for Arthritis, Brown County in WWII, Monday Night at the Movies, Yoga [ Read More ]

Jungle Jim’s launches first-ever cocktails & Comedy Festival!

Cocktails & Comedy is a one night event taking place Saturday, May 28, at the Oscar Event Center, that will showcase the delicate and delicious craft of cocktail creation and the subtle ­ and sometimes ​not​so subtle ­ art of telling jokes. Guests will experience several tables of custom cocktails and beverages with eight samples [ Read More ]

Batavia Tractor Supply to host livestock, pet groups

Tractor Supply Company in Batavia at 1159 State Route 32 will host local animal groups during an event Saturday, June 11 to encourage pet adoptions and support families raising pets and livestock. Local animal groups will setup at Tractor Supply as part of Purina Days, an in-store event June 8-19 that highlights pets and livestock [ Read More ]

Eisen relaunches successful marketing podcast series

Award winning radio news jockey turned PR and marketing expert Rodger Roeser has relaunched his successful online audio podcast “That Marketing Show.” Roeser, owner and founder of Greater Cincinnati and Greater Cleveland based branded communications and marketing firm The Eisen Agency, decided to relaunch the show after constant requests from marketing pros for more content [ Read More ]

Release party aims to raise awareness

Sex-trafficking in the u.s is more prevalent than ever. Nearly 83 percent are u.s citizens, mostly 12-14 year old girls. Problem: It’s not hard to imagine the frustration of those repulsed by human trafficking–people who want to see it eradicated as quickly as possible, but who are hindered by the inability to effectively gain the [ Read More ]

Ohio accepting applications for butterfly development project

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced a new conservation effort to help agricultural producers provide food and habitat for monarch butterflies. The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Ohio has $100,000 to help farmers and conservation partners purchase nectar-rich plants — like milkweed – to create monarch-friendly habitat along field borders, waterways and [ Read More ]

Turpin Band holding annual Band Blast

Turpin Band is holding its annual Band Blast at Beech Acres Park, 6910 Salem Road, Cincinnati, OH 45230, from 6:30-8:15 p.m. on Monday, May 9. The Turpin High School Band, Nagel Seventh Grade Band and the fifth and sixth grade bands from Mercer, Sherwood and Wilson elementary schools will play. We invite the community to [ Read More ]

Goshen staff holding book drive thru May 18

“Summer slide” is a term used to describe the loss of academic progress that can occur when students are out of school all summer and don’t continue to learn. Students tend to slide backwards over the summer when they don’t read, and the cause is often a simple lack of access to books. It is critical [ Read More ]

Free ballet performance May 8

AbunDANCE Ballet and Worship Arts is overjoyed to present its first end-of-year free community performance called “His Dwelling Place” on Sunday, May 8, 2016 from 3-4 pm on stage at the Brown County Christian Academy at 116 College Avenue in Sardinia, Ohio. In September 2015, Heather Bachman opened AbunDANCE just off of SR 68 behind [ Read More ]

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