Who doesn't enjoy good food and great conversation? These luncheons
are a wonderful way to celebrate - you! Our Celebrating Self
luncheon series features an assortment of regional speakers
presenting on anything from modern-day issues and health to
gardening and cooking. The buffet lunch is catered by Coach House
Catering and musical entertainment is provided by Treva Boardman.
Doors open at 11:30 a.m. in the Carruthers Signature Ballroom.
The cost for members is $18; non-members $23.
For tickets call 513.863.8873 ext. 110.
Stop and smell the roses! As first lady of Ohio, Hope Taft
transformed the Governor's Residence into a Living Museum to preserve
the property's rich heritage and created a showcase of artistic,
industrial, political, geological and horticultural histories of Ohio.
This project includes the Ohio Heritage Garden, Ohio's botanical garden
and native plants designed to replicate the major ecosystems of the
state. Join us and learn more about this award-winning property and all
the beauty it has to offer!
EVENT SPONSOR: James K. and Susan A. Fitton
Witness the power of dance! The Cincinnati Ballet joins us for lunch with their long-standing In-Step program featuring an interactive demonstration with Cincinnati Ballet dancers. Dancers provide an exciting peek into the typical day in the life of a professional ballet dancer and perform excerpts from classical repertoire. Come and see how to put a little spring in your step!
Visit the Cincinnati Ballet's web site here.
Help us in supporting this talented group as they support our
community! Members of this world-renowned string section of the
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra hit the streets when the CSO String
Quartet performs in smaller, intimate community settings. From classical
gems to familiar tunes the CSO String Quartet performs crowd-pleasing
programs for all ages. The CSO is committed to both expanding and
enhancing music education for students of Greater Cincinnati and helps
to bring music education, in its many different forms, to as broad a
public as possible.
Presented by ArtsWave
Visit CSO's web site here.
EVENT SPONSOR: Stephen and Trudy Marcum
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder! Examine exceptional works
created by artists in their later years and thoughtful portrayals of
older adults in art over the centuries. Join us as a specially trained
docent from the Cincinnati Art Museum brings the "museum on wheels" and
gives a rich and colorful presentation of this fascinating work. This
enlightening program will be participatory, allowing the audience to ask
questiosn and make their own observations. Do you have a question? Get
your answer during this event!
Visit the Cincinnati Art Museum's web site here.
Eat your heart out with this presentation! Liz Bonis is a registered dietitian, certified personal trainer, and a diabetes educator with a Master of Science Degree in Public Communication & Radio-Television News. She first began working with LOCAL 12 in January 2002 and is the co-anchor of Good Morning Cincinnati. She is the former host news of the Mix 94.1 "Liz & Carson" morning show in Cincinnati, and the syndicated weekend health and fitness radio show on 55WKRC - "Lighten Up with Liz." Liz publishes a monthly health and wellness letter, has a personal fitness video called "The Lazy Way to Lighten Up (for women)," and writes weekly health articles at Lightenupwithliz.com.
Arlene de Silva, CEO of Global Music & Wellness will introduce two
evidence-based music & wellness programs; Clavinova Connection and
HealthRHYTHMS. This program is all about active engagement, enjoyment,
learning, discovering and it built on a whole-person strategy. Both
programs were innovated by neurologist Barry Bittman MD, and have
scientifically proven health benefits including positive immume system
changes, stress reduction, improved team work, communication and
socialization enhancement. Aren't you relaxed just thinking about this
Visit the Global Music & Wellness web site here.
Join us as Ohio Magazine provides $1,500 work of prize
giveaways at this event!
In Lancaster, Ohio lies the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio, a historic property now used for a civic purpose involving the arts. The Decorative Arts Center of Ohio is a not-for-profit museum whose mission is to foster knowledge and appreciation of the decorative arts; celebrate the architecture and heritage of the Reese-Peters House; and enhance the vitality and integrity of historic Lancaster. The Center provides exhibitions, public programs, art classes and workshops for all ages, and a focus for research and communication about the decorative arts of Ohio. This presentation is sure to inform and impress! Join us as Ohio Magazine provides $1,500 worth of prize giveaways!
Visit the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio's web site here.
Celebrate the Best You.
Conservative Treatment of Knee Pain
Krista Migliore, D.O., will share information about how orthopedic medicine can help you decrease your pain and increase your mobility and get back to your life in motion. Dr. Migliore recently completed training with the Indianapolis Colts and has learned a variety of treatments to manage your pain and keep you active at any age. You no longer have to sit on the sidelines and can get back to the active lifestyle you enjoy. Dr. Migliore is part of the Fort Hamilton Hospital team of board certified orthopedic physicians and physical therapists who are experts at helping people live life to the fullest.
Visit Fort Hamilton's web site here.