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Fun Around Town: September 2021

Keep dancing with us (or return!!!) as Contemporary Dance Theater merges into Mutual Arts with 16 classes, featuring new teachers!

New classes
New management
New faculty (and returning favorites!!!)
New schedule
New streamlined registration system
New drop-in procedures

Contemporary Dance Theater merges into Mutual Dance Theatre and Arts Centers effective 8/31. Mutual Arts is committed to sustaining the legacy of CDT and founder Jefferson James while re-invigorating Cincinnati’s love for dance and movement. We will continue Adult Classes at CDT’s College Hill Town Hall at 1805 Larch Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45224!

Classes start Tuesday, September 7!

All students (including drop-ins) must register BEFORE coming to the studio.

Register or learn more today at mutualarts.org/adults


September 11 at Spring Grove Cemetery with Pete Wagner’s Band for the annual Lighting of the Lanterns beginning at 5 until dusk. A very special day where families gather to remember those they love and want to commemorate. People bring Lawn Chairs to set up along the lake, Families are of course welcome, food is available, materials available to create the Lanterns with messages and pictures, the names of all of our loved ones are read aloud… And at Dusk, we perform Amazing Grace and the Lanterns people have created are launched into the beautiful lake of Spring Grove. It is a very touching moment and a very memorable day. We would love to share this 9/11 with all of you!

The Longworth Anderson Series

Wasson Way Updates

  • On September 15th at 4:30pm join Mayor Cranley and many others to officially open the next section of the WW !!! Come join us as we celebrate the next piece of this amazing urban trail. This is the Ault Park piece of the Trail. This is history! This will be around for a hundred years! Children are VIPS so be sure to bring them. Coffee Emporium is providing free beverages and Busken a special treat. Hope to see you at the Marburg entrance to the WW as we celebrate
  • On October 2nd we celebrate with the Avondale community the future WW. We are so excited to work with our Avondale partners to present a community celebration on October 2. Join us as we dedicate the renovation of Blair Park at 4:30pm, the Artworks Cincinnati Police Department Mediation Mural at 5:30pm and a WW nonprofit hosted free community cookout and input session at 6:30pm at Hirsch Recreation Center. This is the first of many collaborations between WW and the Avondale community.
  • On October 9th we plant 120 trees along Wasson Road. Yes that is correct …120 trees. That is a lot of trees! We will change the appearance of Wasson Road as we plant giant Sycamores and Oaks. As the Chinese say the best time to plant a tree is 40 years ago. Let’s get started.
  • We are hard at work on the Avondale/Norwood/Evanston/Walnut Hills section of the WW. This will be the best piece yet as it connects to Xavier University, Walnut Hills HS, Kings Record, new NIOSH Center, UC Innovation Center, hospital district, 2nd largest EPA Center in the US and more. Our goal is the best urban trail in America and we are on our way.

Eden Urban Gardens Community hosting 2 events

We hope you are well and staying cool with these hot temperatures. We would like to invite you to 2 events we are hosting. First, a fundraising yard sale at our Field A location to raise funds for building a walk in cooler to store all the bounty of produce. We have had several additional donations from friends & neighbors and will have a wide variety of items. Secondly, we are hosting field tours with refreshments- there are 2 tour times- rsvp is required with your name and number of people coming with you. The tour will be of our Field B & Field D locations and will end at Field D with light refreshments. We will have pictures of our Field A & Field C for you to see.  Please see details of both below. Thank you and hope to see you soon!

Fundraising Yard Sale for Walk in Coolers-Sat. Sept. 18th 7:30am-4pm, Parkview Avenue, 45213- middle of the road, yard sale signs will be posted

*Cash & Card payments will be accepted

*Free Coffee & other refreshments 

*Electronics, garden tools/equip, household items, clothes, toys, crafts, other random items

*All proceeds will go toward walk in cooler material costs

Eden Urban Gardens, LLC Field Tours-Thur. Oct.21st- Pick 1 tour time:

*Option One- Begins at 4pm

*Option Two-Begins at 6pm

*RSVP by email to us: your name and total number people coming with you

*Address detail information will be provided upon RSVP

*Light refreshments will be served at the end of the tour

April Pandora, Urban Farmer

The Best Way to Experience the Mill Creek 

Paddling with the seasoned guides of the Mill Creek Yacht Club is the best way to experience the wonders of the Mill Creek while learning about our long-abused but surprisingly resurgent urban stream.

Two upcoming opportunities are available while seats last

Invite a friend and sign up early to reserve your spot! 

September 25
3rd Annual
Run the Riffles

You do not want to miss out on this year’s kayak race, mini urban stream adventure, upstream paddle, bioblitz, urban hike, and other exciting activities! 


October 16
Urban Stream Adventure
Travel by water with us through the city you love. This mid-fall trip will begin at Salway Park and will rock your boat 4 miles downstream to the Yellow Bridge! 


Corryville Farmer & Artisan Market

Goat Yoga + Coryville Farmer & Artisan Market! We are very excited to announce the Coryville Farmer and Artisan Market at the historic Mecklenburg Gardens in their massive Bier Hall. This will be held every last Saturday of the month STARTING September 25th. We will kick off the morning with Goat Yoga and end the day with an FCC away game watch party. Do a little shopping and enjoy the beautiful Bier Garden!

Want to attend goat yoga or vend? Go to www.hueyogastudio.com or HUE YOGA and see events.

At the benefit of Keep Cincinnati Beautiful, we cordially invite you to party among the plants and toast to what makes Cincinnati beautiful. Word of caution: do not feed the plants!

Date: Friday, October 15th

Time: VIP Hour from 7-8 PM | General Admission from 8-11 PM

Location: Benken Florist Home and Garden

Tickets: $125 VIP | $75 General Admission

We’re back and better than ever with our annual Cincy Block Party! This year we’re expanding to include both indoor and outdoor festivities, with games and merriment at every turn. Enjoy our silent auction, boozy ring toss, light bites, and more. Are you in? Keep an eye out in the coming weeks for our formal invitation and a ticketing link. 

The Keep Cincinnati Beautiful team

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