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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 7:30 AM
Tyler's Cup 2017
The Tyler Richardson Foundation
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 8:00 AM
Building on Our Community
Cincinnati Community ToolBank
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 8:00 AM
Spin4 Crohn's & Colitis Cures - Cincinnati preview at CycleBar!
Crohn's and Colitis Foundation Southwest Ohio Chapter – join us for a preview of our cincinnati spin4 crohn's & colitis cures event at cyclebar - hyde park! Come learn more about our december 2nd event - we'll have snacks & some give-aways between CycleBar's regularly scheduled classes! you can check out the ride schedule for the day here: https://hydepark.cyclebar.com/schedule/ .Please note that all classes except the 1:15 class do have a fee. we recommend the FREE "intro to cyclebar" ride at 1:15pm if you're new to the studio or indoor cycling in general. they'll help you set up your bike, and get used to riding so you'll be all set on december 2! don't forget to come out to the other half of our preview - september 29 from 6-9pm at 50 west brewing company's production works facility! reserve your bike for our december 2nd spin4 crohn's & colitis cures event at 50 West Brewing company's Production Works facility (bikes will be provided by CycleBar) - visit www.spin4.org/cincinnati for details! Questions? Email tosborne@crohnscolitisfoundation.org
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 9:00 AM
Spirit shop open house
Oak Hills Local School District – The OHHS spirit shop is located at OHHS off of the Commons.
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 - Sep 24 @ 9:00 AM
1 Year Celebration Benefiting Dragonfly!
The Dragonfly Foundation – Nothing Bundt Cakes in Mason is turning 1! To celebrate, 15% of sales throughout the day will be donated back to The Dragonfly Foundation!!! Thank you so much for all of your support!! =|=
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 9:00 AM
Autism Family Exploration Day
Cincinnati Art Museum – This program is designed for families with children who have autism to explore the Art Museum before public hours. Each month we explore different galleries through multisensory learning centers, lead by specially trained docents. Families are also welcome to stop by the Rosenthal Education Center (REC) to participate in an all-ability art making activity. Free admission. RSVP not required. Upcoming Autism Family Exploration dates: October 28, 2017 featuring a special performance by the Lynx Project November 25, 2017 January 27, 2018 February 24, 2018 March 24, 2018 April 28, 2018 May 26, 2018 To download the Sensory Friendly Guide and Social Narrative for the museum see our accessibility page cincinnatiartmuseum.org/access For more information about this or other accessibility programs contact Sara Birkofer at access@cincyart.irg or 513.639.2971
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 9:00 AM
Lexie's Dragonfly 5K Walk/Run & Cornhole Tournament
The Dragonfly Foundation – Lexie’s Dragonfly 5K & Cornhole Tournament, being held at Voice of America Park on Saturday, September 23, 2017, will help The Dragonfly Foundation support young cancer and bone marrow transplant patients (ages 0-30) and their families empower their flight as they journey from cancer diagnosis through treatment and long-term recovery. When: Saturday September 23, 2017 9:30 AM-1:00 PM Registration and check-in with pre-race activities start at 9:30 am Race: 10:30 am Corn Hole Tournament: 10 am Event Party with Live Music: 11 am Where: Voice of America Park in West Chester, OH Registration: LexiesDragonfly5K.com The family-friendly event, emceed by Jennifer Fritsch from Q102 (WKRQ) includes a corn hole tournament, live music by The Good Hooks, hair braiding and nail design, temporary tattooing, food trucks and vendors, and much more! The event is the brainchild of 13-year-old Dragonfly volunteer, Lexie Smith, and hopes to raise $50,000 in memory of Parker Loudermilk, a 3-year old Dragonfly. Major event sponsors include: Andrea Lucke deStefano & Associates, Cassinelli & Shanker, Combs Family Eyecare, Cozy’s Café & Pub, Fully Promoted, Huntington Bank, Liberty Center, Mel’s Auto Glass, Mitchell’s Salon & Day Spa, Moe’s Outdoor Equipment & Supplies, Mortenson Family Dental, The Neitzke Family, Quaker Steak & Lube, Rusty Bucket, and W.V. deStefano Homes. About DRAGONFLY The Dragonfly Foundation helps young cancer and bone marrow transplant patients (ages 0-30) and their families find strength and empower their flight. They do this by providing relentless support, relevant materials, and caring, nurturing, and transformative experiences. Help The Dragonfly Foundation by making a donation time, talent, resources or connections, and supporting or sponsoring events. Visit Dragonfly.org or call 513-494-6474 for more information. EVENT DETAILS ? Cost FULL REGISTRATION $25 per person (thru 9/15/17) $30 per person (9/15/17 - 9/23/17) 12 & UNDER REGISTRATION $15 per person (thru 9/15/17) $20 per person (9/15/17 - 9/23/17) Cornhole: $20/pp Packet Pickup Thursday - September 21, 2017 and Friday - September 22, 2017 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Liberty Center - 7100 Foundry Row, Liberty Township, OH 45069 Community Booth inside the Foundry by PacSun Saturday, 9/23 Registration/Check-in Pre-Activities 9:30 am Nail Painting Hair Braiding Chair Massage’s Fun Tattoos Food/Drinks Music by Q102s Heart & Soul Patrol Pre-Race Warm-Up 10:30 am Timed 5K Race for Runners/Walkers Prizes Get Immediate results after the race at www.timingspot.com Lexie's After Party 11:00am - 1:00 pm Live Band by The Good Hooks Food Trucks Corn Hole Tournament sponsored by Moe’s Lawn & Garden Center Parking Motor Vehicle Permit Required. FREE to Butler County Residents. Non-Residents $5/daily or $10/annually.
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 9:00 AM
Serve Day
WOCC Colerain Township Campus – http://www.thewocc.com/serve-day/ ?
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 9:00 AM
Saturday Spanish Camp
La Casita Learning Center – Saturday Spanish Camp Children 5 and Up will be ready to keep up with their Spanish. Open to all children Share the news! USE THE LINK BELOW TO ENROLL! https://goo.gl/forms/pAyS3iUkwijXNGbL2 #LaCasitaLearningCenter #SaturdaySpanishCamp #AllSchoolYear
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 10:00 AM
Building Big Ideas
Cincinnati Museum Center – Join us at our Duke Energy Children’s Museum for a celebration of all things engineering! Indulge your child’s love of construction, the fascination of taking things apart, and their interest in super structures like bridges and skyscrapers during our day-long event. Compete in challenges, design and play with your own creations, and meet the professionals who have made their passions into careers! Full schedule: North Parking Lot: - Turner Construction Company Forklifts, Scissor lifts, and Excavators are just a few of the large machines operating around Union Terminal. Get up close and see some of the big equipment pieces being used for this big project. Rotunda Lobby - Building Big Ideas Welcome Table: Register for you chance to win a raffle prize! - GBBN Architects How is technology transforming Union Terminal? Explore our 3D model using Virtual Reality goggles, and locate yourself on our maps. - OKILUG - Ohio Kentucky Indiana LEGO™ Users Group Can you build an item without opening the bag full of parts? Test your abilities with one of our build in a bag projects as we discuss how to make stronger LEGO builds using engineering principles. Join Mark Clark of Cincinnati History in Brick as he shows how he translates new or historic images into practical building models. Duke Energy Children’s Museum Lobby - Xavier University Community of Engineers Stop by to see our Air Track, Electrostatic Generator, and X-Glass for fun engineering demonstrations. - Hamilton County Engineers Discover how we help people everyday as you design the strongest bridge possible, and use tinker toys to grade roads and excavate hillsides. -Lithko Restoration Technologies* Get creative with us as we use LEGO Bricks to demonstrate how we restore old items by putting them back together. Duke Energy Children’s Museum Pick up your child’s construction hat and see how you can explore the museum to visit each contractor (*) and get a sticker for your hard hat! Children’s hard hats generously provided by the Construction Advancement Program of Greater Cincinnati while supplies last. -Turner Construction Company* Meet one of our safety experts as we investigate the purposes of different safety equipment and how they work. Don’t miss a time lapse video showing all of the work being done to renovate Union Terminal. -Allied Construction Industries, Inc.* Say “hi” to our representative as we talk about all of the trades we help train construction workers, engineers, and designers who love creating just like you, and find out more about each scope of work! See if you recognize parts of Union Terminal using our prints. -Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati How tall will it go? See if you can build the tallest structure using only spaghetti and marshmallows. -United States Army Corps of Engineers How does water affect your daily life? Observe water’s movement on the Earth’s surface through an interactive ‘Water Model.’ -University of Cincinnati Construction Student Association Try out our challenge to construct your own bridge using only straws as we learn more about different types of bridges and their structures. -Allied Construction Industries, Inc. and Lang Masonry & Restoration Contractors* Head over to the Celebrations Classroom at the top of each hour for a fun demonstration as we demolish a wall and work together to build it back up by laying brick and spreading mortar. Capacity is limited. -Greater Cincinnati Apprenticeship Council Mix and pour plaster into one of our molds to take home your very own creation as we talk about some of the careers open to builders. -ESI Electrical Contractors and IBEW/NECA Electrical Training Center* Join us as we learn more about electrical safety through interactive displays and activities. -Cincinnati Museum Center: Programs on Wheels Put your STEM skills to use while having fun as we solve problems by building machines. -Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Meet our Ozobots, tiny robots you can command while discovering more about the basics of coding. Animal Spot 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.: Animals Up Close- Meet one of the live animals that calls Cincinnati Museum Center home, and discover what makes it unique! 11:30 a.m. to noon: Boat Building- Will it float? Come talk with one of our program specialists as we use everyday items to create a boat and test its floatability in Water Works. 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.: Budding Scientists- Team Blind Builds- Explore how architects, engineers, and construction workers combine their skills to create incredible designs! 3 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.: Catapults- Design, build, and test a catapult! Use your new creation to knock down a tall tower and learn about historical catapults. 3:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.: Tower Power- How tall can you go? Use Legos to create a tower and test its durability by trying to knock it over with a variety of objects. Corbett Theatre 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.: Marble Run- Design and test a track for marbles. See if your marble can make it from the top to the bottom without falling off! 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.: LEGO Bridges- Put your engineering skills to the test by creating a bridge made of LEGO Bricks! Test the strength of your bridge by adding weight and seeing just how much it can hold. 4 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.: Healthy Kids: Dance Party!- Let's Move! Challenge your body and show off your dance moves at a party that promote a healthy lifestyle. Little Sprouts Farm 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.: Building Blocks- Allow your little one to explore the fundamentals of building through an exploration of shapes. Visitors will be able to create a work of art to take home. KidSPACE 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.: Fairy Gardens- Work together to create a home for mythical fairies and design your very own fairy! 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.: ArtBUILD: Geometric Structures- Using sticks and dowels we will create large geometric multi-faceted structures! Free for Museum members or included with admission into the Duke Energy Children’s Museum. Children’s hard hats will be generously provided* by the Construction Advancement Program of Greater Cincinnati *while supplies last http://www.cincymuseum.org/content/building-big-ideas Adults require accompanying children into the Duke Energy Children's Museum.
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 - Sep 24 @ 10:00 AM
15th Annual Pyramid Hill Art Fair
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park – September 23 & 24, 2017 Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum’s Annual Art Fair brings 70 artists together for a juried show and sale of handmade creations. The artist booths are set among the monumental modern and contemporary sculptures that dot our gorgeous manicured and natural landscapes.
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 10:00 AM
Kendi & Pinkies Out Release
Listermann Brewing Company – Look out Fiona, there's a new zoo baby in town with their own beer! We have created a beer dedicated to everyone's favorite baby black rhino, Kendi. Kendi is the first black rhino born at the Cincinnati Zoo since 1999. This is another collaboration with the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden and 10% of these beer sales will be donated. Along with our first ever NE Black IPA, we will also be canning for the first time Pinkies Out NE Pale Ale 4 packs. Kendi New England Black IPA 7.6% ABV ~100 Cases $14.99 plus tax/4 pack 10% of beer sales will be donated to the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. Pinkies Out New England Pale Ale w/ Pinot Grigio and Riesling added 5.8% ABV ~100 Cases $10.99 plus tax/4 pack As we get closer to the event we will have more information about the release.
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 10:00 AM
Community electronics recycling day at MSJU
Oak Hills Local School District – The Environmental Action Committee of Mount St. Joseph University is proud to sponsor a community electronics recycling day on Saturday, September 23rd, in the West parking lot of the university. There are no residency requirements to drop off items and ANY item with an electrical cord will be accepted. This includes all TVs (any size), refrigerators and all other household appliances (microwaves, washers, vacuum cleaners, etc.), cell phones, game systems, iPods, Blackberries, MP3 players, digital cameras, GPS units, e-readers, all computers and related accessories (such as keyboards, printers, portable hard drives, and scanners), VCR/DVD/CD players, fax machines, copiers, surge protectors, power cables and charging cords, electronic wiring, and satellite components. A $15 donation is requested for each cathode ray tube (CRT) TV/monitor dropped off for recycling and a $25 donation is requested for each large TV (consoles, large flat screens, and rear projection TVs). For those without TVs to drop off, a $10 donation is requested per vehicle. These donations help to defray both disposal fees for the hazardous waste components of the items to be recycled and transportation costs. RecycleForce, a non-profit from Indianapolis, will de-manufacture these items and shred all hard drives to address any privacy concerns. The plastics and metals are then collected, packaged, and sold to build new components, while all toxic elements, such as lead and mercury, will be disposed of properly to avoid environmental contamination. RecycleForce provides transitional jobs to formerly incarcerated people, helping them to rebuild their lives and increase their chances of sustained future employment. If you have questions, please call event coordinator Colleen McSwiggin at 513-244-4864.
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 10:00 AM
Walk & Learn on Dayton Street
Cincinnati Preservation Association – Building Stories: “Walk and Learn” on Dayton Street Meet at John Hauck House, 812 Dayton Street September 23, 10 am – noon Brick facades. Tin cornices. Stone carvings, walls and steps. Our historic buildings have much to tell us, if we know where to look. Where did these materials came from? What were the companies that produced them? How did buildings change over time? Learn about the technology that made these buildings possible, how to maintain and repair them, and how owners adapted their buildings to changing architectural fashions. Tour guides will be Ken Hughes, principal of Decorative Restorations overseeing the restoration of the Hauck House, and Margo Warminski, CPA Preservation Director. Free to CPA members and students, $5.00 guests. Reservations required: Call 513-721-4506 ext. 2 or visit http://cincinnatipreservation.org/membership/.
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 10:00 AM
New Hope Family Fall Festival & Market
New Hope – Come out & join us for a Fun filled day of Shopping, Food, Family Fun, Games & prizes! We will have all your favorite vendors and plenty of handmade Crafty goodness. Get started early on your Holiday shopping! This is a family friendly event and our kid's spot was a HUGE hit last year! Please feel free to SHARE SHARE SHARE! There are still spots for vendors if you are interested (Most major names are filled but it doesn't hurt to ask!) We would love to see your arts & crafts or vintage goods! Got Questions? Email: newhopecraftshow@gmail.com
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 10:00 AM
Hopeful Church Member Workshop
Hopeful Lutheran Church – Come join us as Rev. Mark VanderTuig leads us in an event called “From Membership to Discipleship.” Rev. VanderTuig is the Service Coordinator for the Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ. He does these workshops with congregations all over the country, and we are blessed to have been able to be on his schedule this year. You can look up information about Rev. VanderTuig at LCMC.net, or install the LCMC app for free on your phone. *Childcare will be availalble *Please bring your bible with you!
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 10:00 AM
Girls in Aviation Day
Sporty's Pilot Shop – Join Women in Aviation International, The Wright Chapter for this free event showcasing many of the amazing, educational and fun aspects of aviation! Grab a passport and embark on a journey with us in a large hangar where we will have an aircraft and helicopter on display!!! (weather permitting) Free Event for girls ages 8-16 - Check-in will begin at 9:45am, the event will begin promptly at 10am - Only children require tickets. ***Your visit will include a free drawstring bag filled with goodies. We also have some prizes and giveaways!!! ? Connect with other girls and women who are excited about aviation! ? Explore the opportunities for work and play in the aviation and aerospace industry! ? Experience the high-flying fun aviation offers!
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 - Sep 24 @ 10:00 AM
Meet the Artists
Cincinnati Nature Center – Meet local artists BJ McHugh and Lori Vogel at The Nature Shop during Great Outdoor Weekend. Free admission 9/23 and 9/24. BJ, designer of Loveworn, upcycyles t-shirts into unique wearables. You can bring your own Ts and order a custom piece. Lori creates stunning realist drawings that capture the breathtaking world of wildlife, masterfully rendered with colored pencil and acrylics on natural materials.
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 10:00 AM
BLINK Mask Workshop with ArtWorks Apprentice Ezra Cline
ArtWorks Cincinnati – Looking for a way for you, your friends, and family to get into the spirit for BLINK this October? Come create a vibrant, illuminated, whimsical “animal” mask with instruction from ArtWorks Apprentice Ezra Cline. Participants will walk away with their own unique, hand-made animal mask that will light up just in time for BLINK (www.BLINKcincinnati.com). $25 to attend, Limited spots available!
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 10:00 AM
GROUP CLASS
Cincinnati Dog Wizard – Join our training staff and fellow clients for Group Class! Group class is offered every Saturday at different parks around Cincinnati. The class is a service we offer to all past and present clients free of charge. This is a good venue for you to get your questions answered and work around high distractions. Activities include group obedience games, group heel walks, question/answer, etc… and the dogs love it! PLEASE DON'T FORGET YOUR LEASHES (LONG-LINES PREFERRED) AND SOMETHING FOR YOUR DOG TO PLACE ON (PLACE BOARDS PREFERRED). This class will be at Summit Park & class will start in the parking lot behind the pavilion (facing the park from the road it is all the way to your left to the left of the pavilion). The exact address is: 4273 Glendale-Milford Rd. Blue Ash, Oh 45242 Please RSVP on the "upcoming events" section of our Facebook page if you plan on attending… see you there!!!