This year’s festival theme was Compassion Through Action: Dwelling Together in Peace and Justice.
University of Cincinnati professor is a scholar of American religion and popular culture.
In year three of the event, over 900 families were supplied backpacks, schools supplies, and much more.
Bridget McComas steps in to support NANA gardeners and work with Cincinnati Parks on the Flower Pot program.
Known as the Nobel Prize for public service, its mission is to encourage and honor individuals for their achievements and contributions through community service.
Interested in exploring NAs garden spaces? Have some fun and complete the North Avondale is Beautiful: Summer Scavenger Hunt.
The blacktop just off the front porch of the New School Montessori Mansion served as a perfect surface to demonstrate geometry lessons.
Building a stronger community through group fitness.
The evening celebration kicks off with a lively Kabbalat Shabbat followed by Israeli food stations and lots of fun activities.
TNSM 3rd grader receives grant to help fund landscaping project at the school.