Exhibition through October 20th – November 16th Opening Reception: Friday October 20th 6-8 pm.
Middletown Arts Center presents the annual Area Art Exhibition. This juried competition is open to adult artists working in 2D media. See the best work from artists within a 50 mile radius of Middletown.
Photo – “Yippee!”, by Karen Livingston, 2016 Best of Show
The West Chester Farmers Market is in it’s 13th year. The market has local farmers selling produce, beef, pork and poultry that is all grown naturally on family farms.
In addition to the farmers there are a number of local home producers with hand crafted foods and snack items for your family to enjoy. There are also home made craft and jewelry items.
All items offered at the market are of high quality and priced with families in mind.
Join us on October 21,2017 for our Falloween Fest! Located at the Butler County Fairgrounds 1715 Fairgrove Avenue in Hamilton Ohio. Festivities begin at 12pm to 6pm. Admission and Parking are both free so bring the kiddies to meet all the crafters and vendors who will be handing out trick or treats! We will also have food, music, balloon artist, temporary glitter tattoo artist, face painting, games, raffle drawing to raise funds for, Feeding America. Please be sure to wear your costume we will have a photo prop booth set up for picture taking.
Visit the Voice of America Museum.
The story of international broadcasting comes alive.
Learn more at http://www.voamuseum.org/
For more than 70 years, an iconic building has dominated the landscape on a plot of land located just north of Cincinnati, in West Chester Township, Ohio. For thousands of area residents, the Art Deco façade has been a landmark. More significant is that for many, living in foreign lands, it remains a source of inspiration. It was from this site that millions of people in thousands of cities and hamlets worldwide first learned about the United States. Our culture, values and dedication to freedom and the democratic process became bright beacons of hope and aspiration as the Voice of America beamed its broadcasts from this rural hill top in Ohio to millions around the world.
Miami SOUP is a mini-granting dinner which celebrates and supports innovative community change projects in the Greater Cincinnati area. It is an opportunity for teams of students, faculty/staff, and community partners to make a significant impact and contribute towards real change in the world.
Four applications will be chosen as finalists to present their ideas LIVE before a voting audience hungry for soup and change. Two awards will be made based on the minimum award + crowd-funded donations collected at the door.
First prize will receive a minimum of $1,200 + donations; second prize will receive a minimum of $700 + donations.
Funding for your project
Advising and support from the OCES Team
Assistance with promotion and marketing for your project
Assistance with volunteer and partner recruitment
Workshops catered to your needs that will help you develop your project (e.g. grant-writing)
A platform to share your progress at next year’s SOUP!
What is the Music Cafe? It is the opportunity for Musicians of all levels to perform in a comfortable nurturing environment. It is the opportunity for the community to enjoy some local, sometimes undiscovered talent.
When: Fourth Tuesday of each month.
Where: The facilites for the Music Cafe are provided by the Fitton Center in downtown Hamilton, Ohio.
How much: Our shows are pro bono.
We neither charge admission nor pay a fee to performers.
How to sign up: Call the Fitton Center (513) 863-8873
Attracting regular patrons every month, Music Café is free to the public and is truly a wonderful experience offering aspiring musicians the opportunity to perform in front of a live audience. With participants from all over Southwestern Ohio, it has proven to be one of the Fitton Center’s most popular series. Performances are the 4th Tuesday of each month in the Carruthers Signature Ballroom.
Performances are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm in the Miami University downtown Hamilton Ohio.
Price: Street parking – free or metered
Join the West Chester Symphony Orchestra for some spooky Halloween musical favorites at the historic Muhlhauser Barn in the heart of West Chester. There will also be a costume contest for the kids who attend with prizes for the cutest, scariest, and funniest! Light refreshments served during the concert.