Fall Spectacular 2013
35 Can't Miss Events and Festivals in the Tri-state area.
Can't Miss Events and Festivals 2013 OUTSTANDING EDUCATORS And Your Guide to Private Schools And Looks into the Future FITTON CENTER CELEBRATES 20 YEARS METROPARKS OF BUTLER COUNTY Cultivates its Master Plan with Upgrades and Improvements 1 F E B R UA RY 2 0 1 3 : : w w w. maga zine.com Commercial Energy Benchmarks Facility Assessment Wizard Fuel Cost Calculator Lighting Calculator Motor Calculator Tools that reduce energy costs. Free and at your fingertips. To determine if you’re on the right track to meet your financial goals, spend five minutes with our online Commercial Energy Benchmarks and measure your business’ operating performance against industry standards. Implementing more sustainable practices can have a profound impact on both the environment and your bottom line. For this and other money-saving tools you can use, visit BuckeyePower.com/Tools. OHIO’S ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES FALL SPECTACULAR W 2013 Fall at Your Feet 35 Can’t Miss Events and Festivals 4 Beerfests! Drink beer, eat sausage and wear lederhosen at some of the best Oktoberfests in the Midwest 5 5 10 Fairs, Festivals and Apples Fall in the Tristate means fairs and festivals. Take a peak at some unique Ohio events, including those dedicated to apples Oktoberfest Zinzinnati is one of our can’t miss events this fall Parks and Rec in the Park 16 Progress Butler County MetroParks is hat beaut y, advent ure and fun that’s all wrapped up in a publication, right here in your mailbox and well before the fall. We welcome you to our annual publication that captures the spirit of a season that has become the favorite of many. Readers gave us input that they thought we should move the publication earlier to allow for better planning, and so it be done; whereas in years previous, the magazine would have come out well after the schools were in session. Take a look at our editors’ choices of what they see as the “musts” of the season. I readily admit that you better be prepared to get a scare at the Dent Schoolhouse. But oh there is so much more to do in the Tristate! And don’t even get me started for the kick off of the arts season and my impatience to mark the must do’s in the calendar. We also included our annual Outstanding Educators feature and its accompanying 2013 Private School Guide, focusing on the talent and professionalism of those teachers that greet our children for another year of achievement and growth. My intuition tells me that where our schools go, so does our communities and businesses, and our teachers are a group that rightly deserve our support and recognition. Harvest. Gather. Enjoy. It’s what we at Cincy call the Fall Spectacular. We have the best places to to enjoy the weather before Old Man Winter gets here partnering with organizations throughout the county to improve park amenities. BY MIKE BOYER PUBLISHED BY Cincy Co. LLC magazine Friday (and Weekend) Night Lights and Horse racing Our area has what any football fan is looking for, as well as the finest thoroughbreds in the country of the Arts 17 State The Fitton Center celebrates its 20th anniversary while contemplating the impact of creative arts in the community. BY MIKE BOYER EDITOR & PUBLISHER: Eric Harmon BUSINESS EDITOR: Mike Boyer CUSTOM EDITOR: Julie Bethlenfalvy ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Danny Restivo & Corinne Minard ART DIRECTOR: Guy Kelly ADVERTISING MANAGER: Kristine McDonough PRODUCTION COORDINATOR: Keith Ohmer MARKETING COORDINATOR: Jordan Staugler EVENTS COORDINATOR: Jenna Toon PROMOTIONS COORDINATOR: Lindsey Gooch ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES: Dave Ball, Brad Hoicowitz haunts 11 Local Test your bravery and courage at these terrifying locations Outstanding Educators 18 2013 Cincy Magazine compiles a list of the top teachers and instructors from the Tristate’s school districts. BY THE EDITORS your Toes 14 Tap From ballet to rock, there’s plenty of art and music to groove to this fall and Dine 15 Wine Not into Beer? Check out the wine and bourbon events to Private Schools 23 Guide A chart filled with detailed the Races 16 Run Get in shape for the best races the Tristate has to offer 2 FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 : : w w w. maga zine.com information about private schools in Southwest Ohio, Southeast Indiana and Northern Kentucky. BY THE EDITORS Contact Cincy: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (513) 421-2533. Go to www.cincymagazine.com to get your complimentary subscription to Cincy. ON THE COVER: Casey Martin of Kamikaze Fireflies breathes fire at the Renaissance Festival Start With Trust 35 By Julie Bethlenfalvy, Rick Bird, Mike Boyer, David Lyman, Corinne Minard, Danny Restivo 4 FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 : : w w w. maga zine.com Can’t Miss Events and Festivals Beerfests! Fall in the Tristate means football, festivals and foliage. We’ve listed our favorite 35 can’t miss events, festivals and activities so you can get out and enjoy the brilliant colors, camaraderie and crisp air. Whether you’re heading out with family or friends, there’s something for everyone. 35th Annual MainStrasse Village Oktoberfest Sept 6–8 From the first keg tapping ceremony to the close of the day, it’s time to celebrate life with great German, American and international foods, outstanding entertainment from German to rock ‘n roll to country, German dancers and more than 75 arts and crafts booths. This popular festival, set in the historic German neighborhood of MainStrasse Village, typically attracts roughly 125,000 people, and extends over six city blocks. For older children and adults, the Amusement Midway with the towering Ferris wheel will again be part of the fun. Free, Fri 5-11:30pm, Sat Noon-11:30pm, Sun noon-9pm, 605 Philadelphia St, Covington, KY, 859-491-0458, mainstrasse.org. Oktoberfest Zinzinnati Sept 20–22 Befitting the city’s German heritage, Oktoberfest Zinzinnati on Fifth Street downtown is billed as one of the largest celebrations of its kind, annually drawing half a million people to sample the wursts, drink beer and do the chicken dance. Free, Sept 20, noon-12am (Fountain Square); Sept 21, 11am12am, Sept 22, 11am-10pm, oktoberfestzinzinnati.com. Newport Oktoberfest Sept 27–29 Head to Newport Festival Park for the most authentic Oktoberfest in the area. Put on your lederhosen and enjoy food, beer and music in the Munich Oktoberfest style of large festival tents sponsored by German Beer Breweries. Participating restaurants include Wertheim’s and others. There will also be continuous live German entertainment. Free (rain or shine), Fri 5-11pm, Sat noon-11pm, Sun noon9pm, Newport Festival Park - Newport on the Levee, Newport, KY, 513-477-3320, oktoberfestnewport.com. Fairs & Festivals Ohio Renaissance Festival Aug 31–Oct 6 Costumed kings, queens and knights from 400 years ago are all part of the Ohio Renaissance festival in Harveysburg. The festival has nearly 100 shows daily, 135 unique arts and crafts shops and hearty food and drink from the Renaissance period. Ticket prices vary, Sat & Sun 10:30am-6pm, 10542 E State Route 73, Waynesville, renfestival.com. Old West Festival Sept 7–Oct 6 Taking a trip back to the Old West doesn’t require a Delorean with the Williamsburg Old West Festival. The 6th Annual Old West Festival is your chance to experience life in a 19th century Wild West town. Visitors can take in a saloon show or gunfight reenactment while browsing the local goods for their own pair of chaps. For the kids, the festival offers covered wagon rides to make them feel like real pioneers. $12, Sat & Sun, 10am-6pm, 1449 Greenbush Cobb Rd, Williamsburg, oldwestfestival.com. Riverfest Sept 1 What better way to welcome fall and say goodbye to summer than the annual P&G Riverfest on the Ohio River. The event features the Cincinnati Bell–WEBN fireworks set to music just after 9 p.m., one of the largest fireworks displays in the Midwest. Get there early to lay claim to a good spot. The event draws about half a million people to both sides of the river. Prices vary, 12pm, Sawyer Point, Yeatman’s Cove and Bicentennial Commons, riverfestcincinnati.com. ALYSIA PALMER PHOTOGR APHY Harvest Home Fair Sept 5–8 Called the biggest little fair in Ohio, the Harvest Home Fair has been a tradition in Cheviot for 154 years. It’s the kind of event where families annually set out lawn chairs along Harrison and North Bend roads to view the festival parade, which kicks off on Friday at 6pm, to Harvest Home Park. The theme of this year’s fair is “Spirit of OUR 76.” The fair includes livestock, arts and crafts exhibits, amusement rides and plenty of food. $5, free children under 12, Sept 6, 5 pm; Sept 7&8 12pm, harvesthomefair.com. Salt Festival Oct 18–20 Big Bone Lick State Park recreates pioneer life at its 28th annual festival with hands-on demonstrations and activities for the whole family such as salt making, weaving, tomahawk throwing, storytelling, music and much more. Purchase a handmade craft in the crafter corner and refuel at the food court, but don’t forget to visit the bison herd and the newly renovated nature center. 9am-5pm, 3380 Beaver Rd, Union, KY, 859-384-3522, friendsofbigbone.org, or parks.ky.gov. Olde Thyme Herb Fair Oct 11-13 The Wheat Ridge Olde Thyme Herb Fair and Harvest Celebration offers the tradition of herbs, crafts and natural products from the Wheat Ridge Amish Community in Adams County. More than 150 artisans are featured at the Erwin family’s working farm. If the antiques, food and crafts aren’t your thing, you can watch the air-powered pumpkin cannon fire gourds from the ridge. Free, 10am-6pm, 817 Tater Ridge Rd, West Union, adamscountytravel.org. w w w. m a g a z i n e . c o m : : FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 Sauerkraut Festival Oct 12–13 What can you do with seven tons of fermented cabbage? For 43 years, Waynesville has held the annual Ohio Sauerkraut Festival during the second full weekend of October. The event features everything from sauerkraut pizza to fudge. The festival also features more than 450 craft vendors from as far away as Florida and Hawaii. Free, 9am, $5 parking at Wayne Local Schools, shuttle to and from festival available all day, 10 B North Main St, Waynesville, sauerkrautfestival.com. 5 SUNDAY 2 MONDAY SEPTEMBER TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 3 4 [9/4–9/22] Enjoy the regional premiere of Other Desert Cities, a 2012 Pulitzer Prize finalist, at the Ensemble Theatre. 5 [9/5] Comedian Jeff Dunham and his puppets perform at the Horseshoe. 6 10 11 [9/10] Cincinnati Playwrights Initiative presents Redford’s Rules as part of Playwrights New Voices at the Aronoff. 17 18 [9/12–9/22] The Kaplan New Works Series opens the ballet season with a focus on unique and inventive choreography. 12 13 FRIDAY 7 SATURDAY 1 [9/1] Watch the Cincinnati Bell/ WEBN Fireworks at P&G Riverfest to start off your fall with a bang. 8 [9/7–9/8] Sample wine while soaking in great art and live music at the Vinoklet Arts & Wine Festival. 9 [9/6–9/29] The Cincinnati Shakespeare Company begins its 20th season with its performance of Oliver Twist. 14 [9/13–9/15] Meet sci-fi stars like John Rhys-Davies (from the Indiana Jones and Lord of the Rings films) at the Cincinnati Comic Expo. 15 16 [9/14–9/15] The Cincinnati Celtic Festival at Washington Park showcases the dancing and music of the Irish and other Celtic nations. 22 [9/20–9/22] Take a turn at the chicken dance or indulge in German cuisine at the Oktoberfest Zinzinnati downtown. 29 [9/26–9/28] ‘90s band The Breeders is just one of more than 150 artists performing at the annual MidPoint Music Festival. 6 19 GAGE SKIDMORE 20 [9/20–9/22] The Cincinnati Pops presents The Final Frontier, a spacethemed music collection narrated by Star Trek’s George Takei. 27 [9/27] The Moody Blues plays their greatest hits at the PNC Pavillion at Riverbend. 21 [9/21] Celebrate traditional country music at the Bluegrass for Babies benefit concert as it raises funds for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. 28 [9/28] Eat your fill of apples with the one-day Country Applefest in downtown Lebanon. 23 24 25 [6/18] Mount Adams Garden Stroll takes a peek into eight gardens behind houses in the neighborhood on the hill. 26 [9/24–10/6] Cincinnati’s Broadway season opens with Ghost: The Musical at the Aronoff. 30 [9/28–10/27] A plague threatens a Latin American village in Seven Spots on the Sun, presented by Playhouse in the Park. FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 : : w w w. maga zine.com A is for Apples Irons’ Fruit Farm Sept–Oct Fresh cider and donuts are fall staples at Irons’ Fruit Farm, but don’t forget to hop on a hayride to pick your perfect pumpkin or get lost in the 12acre corn maze. You can even pick your own apples on the 30-acre orchard. Times and prices vary, 1640 Stubbs Mill Rd, Lebanon, 513-932-2853, ironsfruitfarm.com. Parks & Rec Ride the Train Oct 13 Looking for a different way to take in the fall scenery? Take the Lebanon Mason Monroe Railway in Lebanon for a one-hour ride across Warren County. Conductors describe railroad history and operation during the ride on the Pumpkin Patch Express for a nearly three-hour round trip to Schappacher Farm in Mason where you can check out the farm, walk the corn maze or buy pumpkins. Saturdays & Sundays, departures 9:45am, 1pm & 4:15pm, 513-933-8022, lebanonrr.com. Pyramid Hill Art Fair Sept 28–29 Looking for a chance to enjoy art and the outdoors? Savor the crisp air of an autumn afternoon and check out the 11th Annual Pyramid Hill Art Fair. Up to 100 artists in all media will show and sell their works at the acclaimed park. And for a change of pace, stop in at the 10,000 square-foot Ancient Sculpture Museum that is on the grounds. Free, 10am, 1763 Hamilton-Cleves Rd, SR 128, Hamilton, 513-868-8336, pyramidhill.org. Lebanon Country Applefest Sept 28 The streets of historic, downtown Lebanon will be filled with homemade crafts, food and entertainment during the 31st annual Country Applefest. The festival is the longest running craft festival in Ohio and averages an attendance of 30,000 to 40,000 people. Free, 10am-7pm, countryapplefest.com. Apple Butter Festival Oct 6–7 The Hueston Woods Apple Butter Festival in Oxford provides a glimpse of 19th century life in Ohio with apples serving as the main attraction. Visitors can sample apple butter and cider, watch pioneer craft demonstrations, and experience farm life from 150 years ago. $2, 10am-5pm, 6924 Brown Rd, Oxford, oxfordmuseumassociation.com/events. Royale Oak Stables Don’t just walk, ride a horse. Get a different view of the fall foliage in the crisp, clean air on top one of Royale Oak Stables’ horses along 5 miles of private trail. Located on 70 acres in Hamilton County, all levels of riders are welcome to enjoy a day of riding at their full care boarding facility. 3080 Minton Rd, Hamilton, 513-370-0053, royaleoakstable.com. Down on the Farm Fall on the Farm at Blooms & Berries Sept 20–Oct Enjoy a hayride through a scarecrow village, pumpkin paintball, a giant slide, caramel apples and a huge corn maze. Free, 9669 SR 48, Loveland, bloomsandberries.com. Art & Wine Festival SEPTEMBER 7-8, 2013 11069 COLERAIN AVE, CINCINNATI, OHIO 45252 513.385.9309 | www.vinokletwines.com The 15th Annual Over 50 of the Area’s most Talented Artists Unique Art, Available for purchase Live Music Grape Stomping Competition Draft Beer, Delicious Food and Wine, Wine, Wine!!! m a g a z i n e . c o m : : FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 Shaw’s Farm Sept 28-Oct Family-owned Shaw’s Farm has a lot more than pumpkins and produce to offer its visitors during the fall. In addition to picking the perfect pumpkin from Shaw’s live pumpkin patch, guests can take a traditional hayride or explore the farm with a horsedrawn version. The farm also features a 12-acre corn maze, playgrounds for kids, face painting, live bluegrass music and array of farm animals. Free, Sept 9am-6pm, Oct 9am-7pm, SR 131, Milford, 513-575-2022, shawfarms.com. No Coolers, Beverages, Food, or Tables brought on the premises w w w. 7 SUNDAY MONDAY OCTOBER TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 1 [9/7–10/5] Experience the story of the World War II Tuskegee Airmen in Playhouse in the Park’s performance of Fly. 2 [10/2] Soprano Sarah Brightman brings her Dreamchaser tour to Cincinnati Music Hall. 3 4 8 9 [10/1–11/7] Experience the Constella Festival of Music and Fine Arts to see traditional chamber music mixed with visual art. 10 11 FRIDAY 5 SATURDAY [10/5] Comedian and frequent Daily Show contributor Lewis Black performs at the Taft Theatre. 12 [10/12] Meet more than 100 authors during the free Books by the Banks festival at the Duke Energy Convention Center. 19 [10/17–10/19] Cincinnati Playwrights Initiative presents Elegy, a play written by Herb DuVal. 6 [10/6] Explore the work of local artists at the Hyde Park Art Show, the largest one-day art show in Greater Cincinnati. 13 [10/12–10/13] Eat sauerkraut in everything from sausage to cookies at the Sauerkraut Festival in Waynesville. 7 [10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25] Enjoy live music and featured beers on Fountain Square as part of 4EG’s Rocktober Series. 14 15 16 17 18 [10/18] Hanson plays new songs along with their hit, “MMMBop,” at Bogart’s on Vine Street. 20 [10/19–11/16] Travel back to 1930’s Berlin with the Playhouse in the Park’s performance of Cabaret. 21 22 23 [10/9–10/27] The Ensemble Theatre presents the regional premiere of Rapture, Blister, Burn. 24 25 [10/25–10/27] Cincinnati Ballet teams up with BalletMet Columbus for a spectacular version of Swan Lake. 26 [10/26–10/27] Pick your pumpkin and chuck another through the air at Bonnybrook Farms’ Pumpkin Chuckin’ Festival in Clarksville. 27 [10/5–10/6, 10/12–10/13, 10/19–10/20, 10/26–10/27] Trick-or-treat with the animals at the Cincinnati Zoo’s HallZOOWeen. 8 28 29 [10/18–11/10] The Cincinnati Shakespeare Company performs the American classic, Of Mice and Men. 30 [10/29–11/10] Flashback to the ‘80s with Flashdance: The Musical at the Aronoff. 31 [10/30–11/3] Relive classic animated moments at Disney on Ice Presents 100 Years of Magic. 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Friday Hedge Your Bets (and Weekend) Night Lights Keeneland High School Rivals Sept–Nov Friday night in the fall across Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky means high school football. It’s a chance to root for your favorite team, hang out with friends and see some top local athletes perform. Pick your rivalry: St. X at Moeller, Sept 21; Anderson at Turpin, Oct 11; Lakota East at Lakota West, Oct 26; or Elder at LaSalle, Nov 1. Oct 4–26 With its ivy-covered walls and tree-lined paddock, Keeneland Race Course in Lexington has been to the thoroughbred industry what Augusta National is to golf, a combination of commerce, genteel sporting tradition and innovations. Pricing varies, no racing on Mon or Tue, 4201 Versailles Rd, Lexington, KY, 859-254-3412, keeneland.com. Bengals Jungle Zone Sept–Nov Welcome to the jungle, the Bengals have fun and games. Show your stripes at the premier tailgating event on the east side of Paul Brown Stadium, which starts three hours before game time. By the way, you don’t need a game ticket to enter the Jungle. One Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, 513-455-4800, bengals.com. TOM COYLE 10 FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 : : w w w. maga zine.com Local Haunts Land of Illusion Haunted Scream Park Sept–Nov Be prepared for a night of thrills, and the possibility of losing your voice from all the screaming. Live spooks, lunatics and the inevitable chainsaw brandishing madmen fill five haunted houses that guarantee a scare around every corner. Tread carefully through the pitch-black labyrinthine featured attraction, Temple of Terror, as ghouls and monsters make your nightmares come true. With website coupon $29.99, Fri & Sat, 8pm-12am; $19.99, Sun (Oct only), 8pm-11:30pm, $5 parking, 8762 Thomas Road, Middletown, 513-423-9960, landofillusion.com Dent Schoolhouse Sept 14–Oct 31 Get the bejesus scared out of you at Cincinnati’s, and one of America’s, scariest haunted schoolhouse. And don’t miss out on Zombie Night (Oct 14) where every character in the schoolhouse becomes undead. $20, Fri & Sat, 7:30-12am, Sun 7:30-10pm, 5963 Harrison Ave, Cincinnatifrightsite.com. Coney Island Fall-O-Ween 9/28-10/13 Enjoy a mix of fall and Halloween activities at Coney Island Amusement Park during three consecutive weekends where guests can enjoy light shows, trickor-treating trails, rides, entertainment and farm animals. $10, 3pm-9pm, 6201 Kellogg Ave, Cincinnati, 513-232-8230, coneyislandpark.com. St. Rita’s Oct 3–Oct 31 When the children are away, the ghouls will play at St. Rita School for the Deaf. As the longest running haunted house in U.S. history, St. Rita’s has tormented the souls of visitors for nearly four decades. $10, 7pm, 1720 Glendale Milford Rd, Cincinnati, 513-771-1060, srsdeaf.org/HauntedHouse.aspx. Halloween Haunt at Kings Island Sept 21–Oct 27 Kings Island makes itself even more thrilling for the fall with its annual Halloween Haunt. The park bulks up the fright by adding 12 haunted mazes and several spooky shows to the park. With 19 thrill rides still open, including KI staple The Beast, there is no shortage of scary things to do. If screaming yourself hoarse isn’t your thing, the park opens on Sundays with its kids-themed Howl-O-Fest. Ticket prices vary, 6300 Kings Island Dr, Mason, for more information call 513-7545700 or go to visitkingsisland.com. Louis Langrée Inaugural Weekend NOV 8-10 Featuring Beethoven’s 5th Symphony and Dr. Maya Angelou narrating Copland’s Lincoln Portrait Tickets on sale now!" cincinnatisymphony.org CONCERT SPONSOR Lincoln Portrait sponsored by the Harold C. Schott Foundation, Francie & Tom Hiltz 513.381.3300 w w w. m a g a z i n e . c o m : : FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 11 SUNDAY MONDAY NOVEMBER TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 1 5 6 [11/6] Singer-songwriter Dar Williams plays the 20th Century Theatre. 7 8 FRIDAY 2 SATURDAY [11/2] Explore the ceiling of the half-dome rotunda of the Cincinnati Museum Center with its High Steel of Union Terminal tour. 3 [11/3, 11/17] The Cincinnati Pops celebrate founder Erich Kunzel with performances of his greatest hits. 4 9 [11/9] Rock out to the Rusty Griswolds and donate to local charities at the annual Rusty Ball. [11/8–11/9] Sample over 400 wines from around the world at Jungle Jim’s International Wine Festival. 10 [11/9–12/29] Enjoy hundreds of years of laughs during Playhouse in the Park’s The Complete History of Comedy (Abridged). 17 [11/17] The Bengals play the Cleveland Browns at Paul Brown Stadium. 11 12 13 14 15 [11/15] Fingerstylist and YouTube celebrity Andy McKee plays at the Taft Theatre. 16 [11/15–11/17] Start your holiday shopping early at the Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market in the Duke Energy Convention Center. 23 AMY DICKERSON 18 19 [11/9–12/7] Aristotle Georgiades’ sculpture exhibition, “Rework,” shows at the Manifest Gallery in East Walnut Hills. 25 26 [11/26] Take the once-ayear opportunity to bowl a frozen turkey on the Fountain Square ice rink at the Turkey Bowl. 20 21 [11/16–1/5] Visit the Krohn Conservatory to see their garden railway featuring Cincinnati history and traditional holiday plants. 24 [11/23–1/4] Be dazzled by the holiday tradition that is Cincinnati Zoo’s Festival of Lights and its two million LED lights. 27 [11/27–12/01] Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas comes to life as a musical at the Aronoff. 22 [11/22–12/15] Witness a tale of mistaken identity and gender at the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s performance of Twelfth Night. 28 29 [11/28] [11/29] Trade the hassle of Enjoy the live cooking for a cruise local music, food down the river and ice-skating with Thanksgiving while waiting for dinner on BB the fireworks at Riverboats. Macy’s Light Up the Square. MARK DUMONT 30 [11/30–12/1, 12/7–12/8, 12/14–12/15, 12/21–12/22] The Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad takes visitors on the North Pole Express to visit Santa. 12 FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 : : w w w. maga zine.com Tap Your Toes Cincinnati Ballet Sept 12 The Ballet kicks off 50thanniversary season with one of hardcore ballet lovers’ annual favorites, the Kaplan New Works Series. It features lots of world premieres and, because it takes place in the company’s intimate Mickey Jarson-Kaplan Performance Studio, audience members are never more than a few feet from the performers. Prices and times vary, 1555 Central Pkwy, Cincinnati, box office 513-621-5282, cballet.org/50. MidPoint Music Festival Sept 26–28 The 12th annual three-day music festival brings up-and-coming artists and old favorites from indie to alternative to folk to downtown Cincinnati and Over-theRhine. More than 150 bands from across the United States and around the world will be there, featuring The Breeders, The Head and The Heart, Warpaint, Shuggie Otis, Youth Lagoon and more. Tickets are already selling out, so hurry up and get yours. $69 all music access advance, $169 advance VIP experience. For a full list of acts and times, visit mpmf.com. Constella Festival of Music and Fine Arts Oct–Nov Tatiana Berman has breathed adventurous new life into Cincinnati’s arts community with the Constella Festival of Music and Fine Arts launched in 2011. There is classical music, of course. But there is also dance, jazz, visual arts, and just about anything Berman thinks is artistically intriguing. This year’s schedule includes, among other things, the Miro Quartet, a two-night program called “Inspired Improvisations and Stravinsky” and a closing night performance on Nov. 7 by famed violinist Joshua Bell. For the full roster of performances and tickets, go to constellafestival.org. Sundays in July Before Constable Morse and his signature red Jaguar, Endeavour Morse (Shaun Evans) already had his deductive powers running in high gear. 9PM EndEavour w w w. m a g a z i n e . c o m : : FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 13 Wine and Dine Hit the Bourbon Trail Sip a little of the history and culture on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, a network of seven distilleries, each offering a look at the art and craft of making the world’s finest Bourbon at Four Roses, Heaven Hill, Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Town Branch, Wild Turkey and Woodford Reserve. Sample and purchase any of the bourbons at your own pace since the tour can take a couple of days. Use the Kentucky Distillers Association’s new smart phone app to visit other Kentucky distilleries such as Buffalo Trace and Barton 1792 Distillery. For pricing and dates, call 502-875-9351 or visit kybourbontrail.com. Vinoklet Arts & Wine Festival COURTESY OF LOUISVILLE CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU Sept 7&8 Sit back, relax and sip some wine while gazing at the rolling hills and ponds at Vinoklet Winery for its 15th annual celebration. Thousands of visitors flock to the only working winery with a vineyard in Hamilton County for its award-winning wine, live music and artisan booths filled with handmade crafts such as paintings, woodworks and jewelry. There’s even a “grape stomping” competition. Free, 1-7pm, 11069 Colerain Ave, Cincinnati, 513-385-9309, vinokletwines.com. MainStrasse Village Northern Kentucky Wine Festival Oct 19 The 8th annual wine event features tastings from 15 Kentucky wineries, food and entertainment in Covington’s historic German-themed neighborhood. You must be 21 to attend. $10 admission (includes a souvenir glass and 4 sample tickets), additional sample tickets ($1/1; $5/6), full glass ($5), bottles and cases also available, rain or shine, 3pm-10pm. 6th & Main Streets, Covington, KY, 859-491-0458, mainstrasse.org. 14 FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 : : w w w. maga zine.com Run the Races Susan G. Komen Sept 14 Celebrate the 16th anniversary of Susan G. Komen Greater Cincinnati Race for the Cure with friends and family to save lives by supporting grants and funding for local programs to address screening, education, and treatment. $30 5K, $40 10K, registration opens 6:30am, Great American Ballpark, 100 Joe Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati, 513-671-9100, komencincinnati.org. ® Thanksgiving Day Race Nov 28 Run over the river and through the streets of Northern Kentucky and downtown Cincinnati during the 104th annual race. It’s the oldest race of its kind in the Midwest, and nearly 15,000 runners finished the race in 2012. So keep the tradition alive before hunkering down to turkey and trimmings at grandma’s house. $30, thanksgivingdayrace.com Straight Street Hill Climb Nov 24 It’s not a glamour race: It’s tough. Really, really tough. Tough enough that it could make an Iron Man competitor anxious. For those who don’t know it, this race is short, less than half a mile, but incredibly steep. The race began nearly 40 years ago, but no one has ever completed the course in less than two minutes, unless you count the bike riders who have their own heat. 9am; cyclists, 9:30am, 411 Straight St., Cincinnati, straightstreethillclimb.com. Enjoy... Enjoy... Arts Business Culture A night out on the town with live entertainment, including A Mad night out on Theatre, the town with live entertainment, the Anthony Entertainment Plus! or Fitton including Family the Mad Anthony Theatre, Entertainment Fridays... 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Monument Avenue, 45011 • 513.863.8873 513.863.8873 • www.fittoncenter.org w w w. m a g a z i n e . c o m : : FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 15 Parks Progress In the Park By Mike Boyer Participants float a cardboard boat during the Cardboard Regatta at Voice of America Park. conservation, education and recreation, MetroParks traces its beginnings to the creation of the Butler County Park Board in 1955. At the time it managed just a few parks including Indian Creek Park in Reily Township and Four Mile Creek Park in St. Clair Township. Today, MetroParks encompasses more than 3,800 acres and stretches from Governor Bebb Park in Morgan Township to Sebald Park in Madison Township. The parks feature an array of historical, camping, fishing and recreation amenities. For example, Governor Bebb Preserve, named for Ohio’s 19th governor, has a recreated pioneer village with a half dozen early structures moved to the site. Sebald includes nearly 10 miles of the county’s only public horse trails. VOA Park has a 35-acre lake for small boats and fishing and hosts the Crazy Cardboard Boat Regatta that draws thousands to see if the handmade crafts will float each summer. As evidence of the growing popularity of MetroParks, Barkley points to a couple indicators. The number of household vehicle permits for park access issued last year grew 13 percent to 20,771 from 18,365 in the prior year. Annual vehicle permits, which are good for two years, are free to Butler County residents and $10 for others. Volunteer participation at MetroParks has also skyrocketed. The number of volunteer hours last year nearly doubled to 9,429 from 4,897 in 2010. “People really see the value in the parks,” she says. Visit butlercountymetroparks.org for more information on parks in the area. ■ A six-year, half-mill levy approved by Butler County voters in 2010 has been key to the revitalization of MetroParks of Butler County, which owns or manages 10 parks across the county. The levy, the first approved for the park system, costs the average home owner about $15 a year but has allowed MetroParks to reopen several parks closed due to lack of funds, invest in repairs and maintenance and team up with other organizations across the county for park amenities. “We’ve really changed our model,” says Kelly J. Barkley, community relations coordinator. “We’re actively looking for more ways to use dollars from our park owners (taxpayers) and leverage that A trapper demonstrates his craft during Pioneer Days at Governor Bebb Park. with other organizations for the benefit of MetroParks.” The biggest and best example to date is the partnership with the Butler County Visitors Bureau for a $3 million enhancement of the 400-acre Voice of America Park off Tylersville Road in West Chester. The project, to be completed next year, consists of 22 multipurpose natural grass fields for football, soccer, cricket and field hockey. The fields will expand opportunities for local residents and create venues for state and regional athletic competitions that are expected to draw out-of-town visitors to the county. With that in mind, the Butler County Visitors Bureau agreed to contribute $1 million over 10 years for the complex. The park enhancement is expected to generate enough revenue to cover the initial investment and operating costs. Another example: MetroParks recently took over management of a section of the Great Miami Recreation River Trail in the city of Middletown in a collaboration with the city and the Miami Conservancy District. Barkley said MetroParks is continuing to look for collaboration opportunities with other organizations for everything from playground equipment to educational programs across all its parks. This year, she said, MetroParks will begin master planning for future improvements, seeking public input, for four more parks: Rentschler Forest in Fairfield Township, Chrisholm in Madison Township, Woodsdale Regional Park near Trenton and Forest Run in Ross Township. With a mission to improve the qualit y of life in Butler Count y through 16 FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 : : w w w. maga zine.com Arts State of The Arts THE FITTON CENTER CELEBRATES ITS 20TH ANNIVERSARY WHILE CONTEMPLATING THE IMPACT OF CREATIVE ARTS IN THE COMMUNITY. By Mike Boyer W hat’s the value of viewing a new artist’s painting, listening to a jazz vocalist’s stylings or learning how to play the violin? It’s something the leaders of the Fitton Center for the Creative Arts in Hamilton are in the process of trying to calculate. “If you talk to the Courtyard Marriott down the street, they’ll tell you they see about a 30 percent increase in revenues du r i ng Fit ton events,” says R ick H. Jones, Fitton’s executive director since its inception. Marking its 20th anniversary this year, the Fitton Center’s purpose is to provide unique arts experiences and to “build community excellence through the arts and culture.” Located at 101 S. Monument Ave., in downtown Hamilton, the non-profit center offers a wide variety of programs: visual and performing arts classes, exhibitions, entertainment and theater productions and informative luncheons. Estimates are somewhere between 50,000 and 55,000 people participate in Fitton’s various activities and events either in the center or off-site. The Center was a gift to the community from the bicentennial commission to commemorate the 200th anniversary in 1991 of the founding of Hamilton. The Center opened two years later, and the Carruthers Center for Arts and Technology was added in celebration of the 10th anniversary. In November, the Fitton Cemter will hold a celebration to mark its 20th anniversary and launch a multimillion-dollar fundraising campaign to make energy Singer Helen Welch performs at Fitton’s Entertainment Plus! series. Top, creative fun at the Arts Sampler weekend. efficiency improvements aimed at cutting utility costs up to 30 percent on the 45,000 square-foot building. The true value of the Fitton Center extends beyond dollars and cents, says Jones. “Since Fitton opened people are seeing more art in the community,” he says. “It’s had an impact on the community socially, culturally and educationally.” Economic calculations don’t measure other impacts such as on the low-income student who’s exposed to art or a theatrical performance for the first time. “It has really exceeded expectations,” Jones says. The Fitton’s free galleries feature changing exhibitions in an informal, family-friendly atmosphere. The ~*CReaTioN STaTioN*~, allows visitors to create and display their own artwork. The Center also features a student gallery, which allows budding artists of all ages to display their artwork. Other features are the Celebrating Self’s luncheon series, the professional performances of Entertainment Plus!, the resident Mad Anthony Theatre Company’s off-beat plays, and Fitton Family Fridays, with entertainment geared to younger audiences. The Music Café, on the fourth Tuesday of the month, features an eclectic group of musicians. The Fitton also offers a wide variety of education classes for all ages and abilities on everything from drawing and tie-dye to yoga. “There’s a strong history of arts in the community here dating back to the 1800s,” says Jones, a major advocate of the downtown ArtSpace Lofts project. ArtSpace is a $10 million effort to convert the old Mehrum-Lindley Block building on High Street into 42 residential artist lofts. The project should be completed in 2015. For more information go to fittoncenter. org or call 513-863-8873. ■ w w w. m a g a z i n e . c o m : : FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 17 OUTSTANDING EDUCATORS N IN SPIRING STORIE S OF TRISTATE TE ACHERS ominations for our third annual K-12 Outstanding Educators flooded our inboxes from private schools and public schools from all over the Tristate. Each nominee takes teaching to a higher level, going above and beyond the standard of teaching and care for our students inside and outside the classroom. We are excited to present the Tristate’s top teachers for 2013 knowing that these amazing educators are shaping our children’s futures. RECOGNIZING 18 FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 : : w w w. maga zine.com 2013 WINNERS Jamie Back Calculus • Covington Latin School, Covington, Ky. Linda Behen Librarian • Mother of Mercy High School, Cincinnati Emily Green Spanish • Milford Junior High, Milford Michael Henry Second grade • Maple Dale Elementary, Sycamore Steve LaVelle Biology • Covington Latin School, Covington, Ky. Kathy Louder English • Mount Notre Dame, Cincinnati Mindy Myers-Shiveley Science • Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, Edyth B. Lindner Elementary School, Cincinnati Bonnie Pritchard Language Arts • Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Middle School, Cincinnati Steve Reinke Science • Symmes Elementary School, Sycamore Kevin Savage Science • Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, Martha S. Lindner High School, Cincinnati Liz Schlater Intervention Specialist • Mount Notre Dame High School, Cincinnati Eva Schott German • Bridgetown Middle School, Cincinnati Jim Smanik Biology • Sycamore High School, Cincinnati Shannon Smock French • Mother of Mercy High School, Cincinnati Stephanie Tewes Speech • Covington Latin School, Covington, Ky. Benn VanOudenallen Social Studies • Mount Notre Dame, Cincinnati Dennis Whitehead History • Covington Latin School, Covington, Ky. Dan Wood Science • Cincinnati Country Day School, Cincinnati Sue Zapf Kindergarten • St. James School, Cincinnati w w w. m a g a z i n e . c o m : : FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 19 How do you know your on track to win your game? The greatest leaders are learning the importance of slowing down in order to speed up their success. They are reaching the finish line faster and with greater purpose. Learn and practice what winners know. Register today for your 45 Day SlowDown/SpeedUp Program Re-View • Re-Align • Re-Fresh www.nowandnext.co/services WINNER PROFILES Dean of Studies Covington Latin STEPHANIE TEWES www.NowAndNext.co • 513.785.0673 • Laurie@NowAndNext.co Experience the of Catholic Education GOLD STANDARD Because THEY are your most important investment Bishop • State of the Art Academic & Athletic Facilities • Engineering STEM & College Prep Curriculum • 550 coed campus • Strategic Location for Regional Access, 1 Mile East of I-75 Fenwick High School 513.428.0525 20 FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 : : w w w. maga zine.com fenwickfalcons.org | 4855 State Route 122, Franklin, Ohio 45005 As Dean of Studies at Covington’s prestigious Covington Latin School, Stephanie Tewes does it all—even more t ha n what one would expect from the traditional job description. For example, Tewes oversees student orientation, summer enrichment programs, weekly tutorial sessions, the mentor center, dual enrollment opportunities with Thomas More College, and much more. She also coaches girl’s softball, volleyball and swimming, and teaches courses in speech and study skills. And she likely knows all 270 students and most parents in the entire school by name. An Erlanger, Ky., native, an alumna of St. Henry High School and Northern Kentucky University, Tewes says some of her most rewarding experiences with the students are outside the classroom. She loves volunteering with students, such as the annual “senior citizens’ prom,” where students entertain older adults for a day playing games and just talking. “I love to see the kids open up with people they have never met, take the lead and ask about their lives,” Tewes says. And there is that swim team. For two years, she has taken teams to state finals. “It’s pretty exciting for a school of this size to be represented there,” she says. She also loves taking the students on European trips. “I traveled abroad when I was in college and I try to give these kids the same bug by seeing other cultures,” she says. Tewes believes in meaningful experiences are needed to develop wellrounded young adults. “My motto is, ‘It’s all about the kids.’ The looks on their faces when we are in Europe seeing the Colosseum for the first time are the things that make me happy.” ■ — Rick Bird 2nd grade science subject leader Maple Dale Elementary (Sycamore) MICHAEL HENRY Michael Henr y isn’t sure where he got the idea for the “peace box,” but he knows it empowers his kids. In Henry’s class, i f ch i ld ren a re having a problem they are encouraged to fill out a form explaining their issue and put it in the peace box. “We discuss it as a classroom community and help the kids solve their own problems, rather than just having the teacher take care of it,” Henry says. “It’s important at this age to put them in a leadership role and for them to take ownership of the problem. We all sit on the carpet, come up with five solutions and come back with the three best ones.” After graduating from Miami University in Oxford, Henry obtained a master’s in education from Xavier. He then started teaching second-graders at international schools in Asia. He has been teaching the grade ever since. “I’ve always had an interest in younger learners,” says Henry. “Kids don’t have any negative feelings associated with learning or schools at this age. I always feel as if I’m getting kids ready to learn. As they get older they can lose interest and perhaps lose confidence, but not in second grade. They are so positive wanting to please at this age.” Ultimately, Henry’s teaching mantra is pretty straightforward. He feels the golden rule applies to children too. “The level of respect you give the little guys should be equal to the level of respect you give in the adult world. They deserve every bit of our love and respect that adults in our world do.” ■ — R.B. discoveRy days november 6 & 13, 2013 this Math is my Used OnenOte in day advisory Met with adjectives Created a advisor 43 French Learned received help froM dNa new friends Made Many NeCklaCe Blake ’18 RigoRous pRepaRation. Joyful enviRonment. students who find success in any woRld. 6905 Given Road, Cincinnati, OH 45243 n 513.979.0220 www.CountryDay.net n facebook.com/CincinnatiCountryDaySchool w w w. m a g a z i n e . c o m : : FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 21 WINNER PROFILES 7th grade science Cincinnati Country Day School In Dan Wood’s classroom one will come across turtles, a snake, a tarantula and lots of plants. “I love having life in a class,” says Woods, a 13-year science teacher at Cincinnati Country Day. “Kids connect with living things, especially 12-year-olds. They are still curious and haven’t reached the point that they think they know everything. They are still able to be filled with that child-like sense of wonder.” His students may unknowingly benefit from Wood’s own life experiences as well. A Milford native, Wood calls himself a Cincinnati prodigal son, who “wandered” for ten years before coming home to teach. With a master’s in zoology, he worked at the Center for Sea Turtle Research in South Florida. He also worked with reptiles at a national park in South DAN WOOD Africa, before getting involved with underwater data collection as a scuba diver at marine research centers in Honduras and the Bahamas. Wood, also the varsity wrestling coach, takes a group of students each summer to dives in Honduras after helping them get certified in scuba diving. Back in the classroom, Wood’s seventh-grade science curriculum is an amazing crash course in life sciences that involves the study of cell theory, chromosomes, evolution and anatomy. He has partnered with the Heimlich Institute to train seventh graders in the lifesaving technique and had the students do a presentation to younger grades. Wood’s class also wrote letters of encouragement to a patient who came to visit after receiving an artificial heart. Wood remains committed to the freedom and creativity afforded by an independent school. His message to his seventh-graders: “Kids can learn they can influence the world now. They don’t have to wait for some unspecified adult time. They are citizens of the world now and can affect change.” ■ — R.B. General education teacher Symmes Elementary (Sycamore) STEVE REINKE There is a small deciduous forest behind Symmes Elementary, complete with a stream, trees and critters such as deer, possums, raccoons, chipmunks, a red-tail hawk, rat snakes, turtles and salamanders. Thanks to Steve Reinke the eight acres is on its way to becoming a hidden gem, a life science lab he hopes will spur great things in his elementary students and older ones in the Sycamore Community district. “Anytime you give children an opportunity to explore rather than walking in a straight line on a trail, but actually dig in the dirt, look under a log or in the water, that is what they like to do,” Reinke says. Owned by the school system, the property has never been developed as part of a life science curriculum since the school was built on the property in 1990. It has been Reinke’s labor of love to turn 22 FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 : : w w w. maga zine.com the area into a true educational nature center for the past five years. He has overseen cleanup of the property with a core of teacher and parent volunteers. Eagle scouts also have earned merit badges working on the infrastructure, building trails and other improvements. The Nature Trail at Symmes School now features two outdoor classrooms, a bird watching station, a native tree farm and a complete half-mile trail loop. Now that the property is becoming a usable nature center, teachers have begun incorporating it into their classroom curriculum. “Junior high students have studied the water quality in the stream,” Reinke says. “Some teachers do a scavenger hunt. Some look for fossils. Some have held creative writing classes.” The ultimate goal is for this working life science research lab to produce more environmental scientists from Sycamore schools in the years to come,” he says. “If you can teach children the wonders of nature and observation, they can become better students and solve the complex problems going on in the environment.” ■ — R.B. Guide to Private Schools 2013-2014 T OHIO he following chart lists private schools in Southern Ohio, Southeast Indiana and Northern Kentucky. All schools listed have 30 or more students and are not charter schools. Catholic, nonsectarian and other religious schools are all represented on the list. All information listed is based on the most recent data. This information may be subject to change. School Address Zip Phone Website Affiliation Grades CATHOLIC-ARCHDIOCESE OF CINCINNATI All Saints School Annunciation School Bishop Fenwick High School 8939 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati 3545 Clifton Ave., Cincinnati 4855 State Route 122, Franklin 45236 513-792-4732 45220 513-221-1230 45005 513-423-0723 allsaints.cc annunciationcincinnati.org fenwickfalcons.org Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati K-8 PK-8 9-12 Founded on four talons: faith, service, compassion and integrity, Bishop Fenwick, a Catholic high school situated north of Cincinnati, prepares students to be college ready by offering a rigorous academic schedule, broad range of athletic and club activities, opportunity to grow in faith and an environment that encourages individualism. Corryville Catholic School Elder High School Guardian Angels School Holy Family School Immaculate Heart of Mary School John Paul II Catholic School John XXIII Catholic School LaSalle High School McAuley High School McNicholas High School Moeller High School Mother of Mercy High School Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School Mount Notre Dame High School Nativity of Our Lord School Our Lady of Grace School Our Lady of Lourdes School Our Lady of the Visitation School Our Lady of Victory School Purcell Marian High School Queen of Peace School Resurrection School Roger Bacon High School Sacred Heart of Jesus School Seton High School St. Aloysius Gonzaga School St. Aloysius-on-the-Ohio School St. Andrew School St. Ann Catholic School St. Antoninus School St. Bernadette School St. Bernard School of Taylor Creek St. Boniface School St. Catharine of Siena School St. Cecilia School St. Clement School St. Columban School St. Dominic School 108 Calhoun St., Cincinnati 3900 Vincent Ave., Cincinnati 6539 Beechmont Ave., Cincinnati 3001 Price Ave., Cincinnati 7800 Beechmont Ave., Cincinnati 9375 Winton Road, Cincinnati 3806 Manchester Road, Middletown 3091 North Bend Road, Cincinnati 6000 Oakwood Ave., Cincinnati 6536 Beechmont Ave., Cincinnati 9001 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati 3036 Werk Road, Cincinnati 7197 Mother Teresa Lane, Liberty Township 711 E. Columbia Ave., Cincinnati 5936 Ridge Ave., Cincinnati 2940 W. Galbraith Road, Cincinnati 5835 Glenway Ave., Cincinnati 3180 South Road, Cincinnati 808 Neeb Road, Cincinnati 2935 Hackberry St., Cincinnati 2550 Millville Ave., Hamilton 1740 Iliff Ave., Cincinnati 4320 Vine St., Cincinnati 400 Nilles Road, Fairfield 3901 Glenway Ave., Cincinnati 4390 Bridgetown Road, Cincinnati 6207 Portage St., Cincinnati 555 Main St., Milford 3064 Pleasant Ave., Hamilton 5425 Julmar Drive, Cincinnati 1453 Locust Lake Road, Amelia 7115 Springdale Road, Cincinnati 4305 Pitts Ave., Cincinnati 3324 Wunder Ave., Cincinnati 4115 Taylor Ave., Cincinnati 4534 Vine St., Bernard 896 Oakland Road, Loveland 371 Pedretti Road, Cincinnati 45219 513-281-4856 45205 513-921-3744 45230 513-624-3141 45205 513-921-8483 45255 513-388-4086 45231 513-521-0860 45042 513-424-1196 45239 513-741-3000 45224 513-681-1800 45230 513-231-3500 45242 513-791-1680 45211 513-661-2740 45044 513-779-6585 45215 513-821-3044 45213 513-458-6767 45239 513-931-3070 45238 513-347-2660 45248 513-347-2222 45233 513-347-2072 45206 513-751-1230 45013 513-863-8705 45205 513-471-6600 45217 513-641-1300 45014 513-858-4215 45205 513-471-2600 45211 513-574-4035 45233 513-941-7831 45150 513-831-5277 45015 513-863-0604 45238 513-922-2500 45102 513-753-4744 45247 513-353-4224 45223 513-541-5122 45211 513-481-7683 45209 513-533-6060 45217 513-641-2137 45140 513-683-7903 45238 513-251-1276 corryvillecatholic.org elderhs.org gaschool.org hfschool.org ihomschool.org jpiics.org john23middletown.org lasallehs.net mcauleyhs.net mcnhs.org moeller.org motherofmercy.org mtces.org mndhs.org nativity-cincinnati.org olgcs.org lourdes.org olvisitation.org/school olv.org purcellmarian.org queenofpeacehamilton.org resschool.org rogerbacon.org shjs.org setoncincinnati.org saintals.org/school st-aloysius-on-the-ohio.org saseasschool.org stannhamilton.net saintantoninus.org stbameliaschool.org stbernardtc.org stbonifaceschool.net stcatharinesiena.org stceciliacinti.org stcschool.org saintcolumbanschool.org stdominic-k-8.org Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati PK-8 9-12 K-8 K-8 PK-8 K-8 PK-8 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 K-8 9-12 K-8 K-8 K-8 1-8 K-8 9-12 PK-8 K-8 9-12 K-8 9-12 K-8 PK-8 6-8 K-8 K-8 PK-8 K-8 Pk-8 K-8 K-8 PK-8 K-8 K-8 w w w. m a g a z i n e . c o m : : FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 23 Guide to Private Schools 2013-2014 School Address Zip Phone Website Affiliation Grades St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School St. Francis de Sales School St. Francis de Sales School - Lebanon St. Francis Seraph School St. Gabriel Consolidated School St. Gertrude School St. Ignatius School St. James of the Valley School St. James the Greater School St. John the Baptist School St. John the Baptist School - Harrison St. Joseph Consolidated School St. Joseph School St. Jude School St. Lawrence School St. Louis School St. Margaret of York School St. Martin of Tours School St. Mary School St. Michael Catholic School St. Nicholas Academy St. Peter in Chains School St. Rita School for the Deaf St. Susanna School 5900 Buckwheat Road, Milford 1602 Madison Road, Cincinnati 20 W. DeSales Ave., Lebanon 14 E. Liberty St., Cincinnati 18 W. Sharon Road, Glendale 6543 Miami Ave., Cincinnati 5222 North Bend Road, Cincinnati 411 Springfield Pike, Cincinnati 6111 Cheviot Road, Cincinnati 5375 Dry Ridge Road, Cincinnati 508 Park Ave., Harrison 45150 513-575-0093 45206 513-961-1953 45036 513-932-6501 45202 513-721-7778 45246 513-771-5220 45243 513-561-8020 45247 513-389-3242 45215 513-821-9054 45247 513-741-5333 45252 513-385-7970 45030 513-367-6826 saseasschool.org desalescincy.org stfrancisdesales-lebanon.com stfrancisseraphschool.org stgabeschool.org stgertrudesch.org sainti.org stjamesvalley.org stjameswo.org stjohnbluejays.org sjbharrison.org stjoseph.swoca.net Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati PK-5 K-8 K-8 PK-8 K-8 K-8 K-8 K-8 K-8 PK-8 K-8 K-8 K-8 K-8 PK-8 PK-8 K-8 K-8 K-8 K-8 K-8 K-8 PK-12 1-8 925 S. Second St., Hamilton 45011 513-863-8758 745 Ezzard Charles 45203 513-381-2126 Drive, Cincinnati 5940 Bridgetown Road, Cincinnati 45248 513-598-2100 1020 Carson Ave., Cincinnati 250 N. Broadway St., Owensville 9495 Columbia Road, Loveland 3729 Harding Ave., Cincinnati 2845 Erie Ave., Cincinnati 11136 Oak St., Sharonville 170 Siebenthaler Ave., Reading 451 Ridgelawn Ave., Hamilton 1720 Glendale Milford Road, Cincinnati 500 Reading Road, Mason 45205 513-921-4996 45160 513-732-0636 45140 513-683-9793 45211 513-661-7609 45208 513-321-0703 45241 513-554-3555 45215 513-686-2727 45013 513-863-0685 45215 513-771-7600 45040 513-398-3821 stjudebridgetown.org stlawrenceparish.org/school school.stlparish.org smoyschool.com saintmartin.org/school smshp.com stmichaelsharonville.org stnacademy.org stpeterinchains.org srsdeaf.org stsusannaschool.org Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati 2012 CELEBRATION Save the Date for the 2013 Best of the North 5:30-8:30PM â€˘ Manor House Nomination Deadline: August 9th Tickets: $20 pre-purchase $25 at the door October 3rd Visit www.cincymagazine.com for more information 24 FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 : : w w w. maga zine.com School Address Zip Phone Website Affiliation Grades St. Teresa of Avila School St. Thomas More School St. Veronica School St. Vincent Ferrer School St. Vivian School St. William School 1194 Rulison Ave., Cincinnati 788 Ohio Pike, Cincinnati 4475 Mt. Carmel Tobasco Road, Cincinnati 7754 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati 885 Denier Place, Cincinnati 4125 St. William Ave., Cincinnati 45238 513-471-4530 45245 513-753-2540 45244 513-528-0442 45236 513-791-6320 45224 513-522-6858 45205 513-471-2989 stteresa.net sttmschool.org stveronica.org/school svf-school.org stvivian.org saintwilliam.com/swschool Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati K-8 K-8 PK-8 K-8 PK-8 9-12 Saint William School provides a faith-based education that recognizes that each student is an individual. Our parish families, teachers and staff work together to create a spirit that instills an ongoing sense of community and service. Our school houses a computer lab, updated library and newly remodeled science lab. Our athletic organization maintains a state-of-the-art gymnasium where students participate in a variety of athletic activities. Sts. Peter and Paul Academy CATHOLIC-INDEPENDENT (OH) 231 Clark Road, Reading 4460 Berwick St., Cincinnati 2335 Grandview Ave., Cincinnati 200 Northcrest Drive, Mason 4100 Taylor Ave., Cincinnati 4900 Rialto Road, West Chester 121 E. 13th St., Over-the-Rhine 1339 E. McMillan St., Cincinnati 45215 513-761-7772 45227 513-271-4171 45206 513-475-6700 45040 513-754-0555 45209 513-871-0331 45069 513-645-4216 45202 513-929-9164 45206 513-961-3410 sppacademy.org gscmontessori.org mercymontessori.org royalmont.com stedmundcampion.org sgg.org stpeterclaverlatin.org saintursula.org Catholic-Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic-Independent Catholic-Independent Catholic-Independent Catholic-Independent Catholic-Independent Catholic-Independent Catholic-Independent K-8 PK-8 PK-8 PK-8 1-12 K-12 K-8 9-12 Good Shepherd Catholic Montessori Mercy Montessori Center Royalmont Academy St. Edmund Campion Academy St. Gertrude the Great School St. Peter Claver Latin School for Boys St. Ursula Academy St. Ursula Academy, a premiere private girls’ high school in Greater Cincinnati, is committed to academic excellence, character building and service rooted in Catholic values. An education here develops the whole person and turns each young woman into a confident leader who is ready to achieve her own goals and dreams. Students develop great friendships, work with talented teachers, and pursue their personal interests in more than 52 extracurricular programs. St. Xavier High School 600 North Bend Road, Cincinnati 45224 513-761-7600 stxavier.org Catholic-Independent 9-12 Dynamically engaged Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy challenges and inspires students in preschool through grade 12 to discover, hone, and steward their one-of-a-kind gifts—so they can grow up to love, engage, and influence the world. chca-oh.org w w w. m a g a z i n e . c o m : : FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 25 Guide to Private Schools 2013-2014 School Address Zip Phone Website Affiliation Grades Summit Country Day School Ursuline Academy OTHER RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS (OH) 2161 Grandin Road, Cincinnati 5535 Pfeiffer Road, Cincinnati 1810 Young St., Cincinnati 11981 Pippin Road, Cincinnati 555 Albion Ave., Cincinnati 45208 513-871-4700 45242 513-791-5791 45202 513-763-6655 45231 513-825-8005 45246 513-771-7462 summitcds.org ursulineacademy.org aldersgatechristianacademy.webs.com beautiful-savior.com bethanyschool.org Catholic-Independent Catholic-Independent Interdenominational Lutheran Episcopal PK-12 9-12 K-12 PK-8 K-8 Aldersgate Christian Academy Beautiful Savior Lutheran School Bethany School The mission of Bethany School is for students to experience and learn respect, responsibility, and an appreciation for diversity where academic excellence is provided in a Christian environment. Bethany prides itself on being one of the most religiously and ethnically diverse schools in the Greater Cincinnati metropolitan area. Cincinnati Christian Schools Elementary Campus Cincinnati Christian Schools Junior/ Senior High Campus Cincinnati Hebrew Day School Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Edyth B. Lindner Elementary Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Martha S. Lindner High School Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Middle School Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Otto Armleder Memorial Education Center 7350 Dixie Highway, Fairfield 7474 Morris Road, Fairfield 2222 Losantiville Road, Cincinnati 11312 Snider Road, Cincinnati 11525 Snider Road, Cincinnati 11300 Snider Road, Cincinnati 140 W. Ninth St., Cincinnati 45014 513-874-8500 45011 513-892-8500 45237 513-351-7777 45249 513-247-0900 45249 513-247-0900 45249 513-247-0900 45202 513-721-2422 cincinnatichristian.org cincinnatichristian.org chds.shul.net chca-oh.org chca-oh.org chca-oh.org chca-oh.org Christian Christian Jewish Christian Christian Christian Christian PK-6 7-12 PK-8 PK-4 9-12 5-8 PK-8 Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy is the vibrant, multidenominational, preschool through grade 12 learning community that challenges and inspires students, teachers, and families to lean into life together. Cincinnati Junior Academy Eden Grove Academy 3898 Clifton Ave., Cincinnati 6277 Collegevue Place, Cincinnati 45220 513-751-1255 45224 513-542-0643 cincinnatiacademy.org edengrove.com Seventh-Day Adventist Christian K-8 PK-8 A GREAT PLACE TO LEARN! † Exceptional value-based Catholic education † Full day kindergarten & 1st – 8th grade with low student to teacher ratio † Science lab, Computer lab, SMART Board technology in every classroom † Enrichment activities include Foreign Language, Student Council, Children’s Choir, Athletics, Young Engineers Club and more † State-certified Full Spectrum Autism Program, K-8 † Lunch program and After School Care Program Oct. 17, Nov. 13 and Dec. 10 from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Sunday, October 27 from 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Showcase Nights: Open House: 4125 St. William Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45205 • 513.471.2989 Contact Principal Monnig at: email@example.com 26 For information about these events and more opportunities to visit St. Ursula, visit www.saintursula.org or call (513) 961-3410 FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 : : w w w. maga zine.com School Address Zip Phone Website Affiliation Grades El-Sewedy International Academy of Cincinnati Immanuel Lutheran School Lebanon Christian School Liberty Bible Academy Mars Hill Academy Miami Valley Christian Academy 8094 Plantation Drive, West Chester 1285 Main St., Hamilton 1436 Deerfield Road, Lebanon 4900 Old Irwin Simpson Road, Mason 4230 Aero Drive, Mason 6830 School St., Cincinnati 45069 513-755-0169 45013 513-895-9212 45036 513-932-5590 45040 513-754-1234 45040 513-770-3223 45244 513-272-6822 intlacademy.org immanuelhamilton.com lebanonchristianschool.org libertybibleacademy.org marshill.edu mvca-oh.com Islamic Lutheran-Missouri Synod Christian Interdenominational Classical Christian Interdenominational PK-8 PK-8 PK-8 PK-8 K-12 PK-12 Miami Valley Christian Academy is a private, non-denominational Christian school that partners with families seeking a Christ-centered education for their children. Our curriculum provides rigorous college preparatory academic instruction from a Biblical worldview. MVCAâ€™s graduates are prepared academically and spiritually to succeed in life. Rockwern Academy St. Mark's Lutheran School Zion Temple Christian Academy PRIVATE NONSECTARIAN (OH) 8401 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati 5849 Buckwheat Road, Milford 3771 Reading Road, Cincinnati 1904 Springdale Road, Cincinnati 927 O'Bannonville Road, Loveland 6905 Given Road, Cincinnati 45236 513-984-3770 45150 513-575-3354 45229 513-861-5551 45231 513-742-5800 45140 513-683-4757 45243 513-561-7298 rockwernacademy.org stmarksmilford.org ztca.org centralmontessoriacademy.com childrensmeetinghousemontessori.com countryday.net Jewish Lutheran Christian Nonsectarian Nonsectarian Nonsectarian PK-8 PK-8 Pk-4 PK-6 PK-6 PK-12 Central Montessori Academy Children's Meeting House Montessori Cincinnati Country Day School Cincinnati Country Day School is an independent, co-educational, college preparatory school serving students from 18 months through grade 12. Located in Indian Hill, the school provides students with opportunities to reach their full potential through personalized learning. The school is a national leader in integrating technology and education through its commitment to equipping students in grades 5â€“12 with their own laptop computers. Each student leaves CCDS with a superior preparation for college and life. Linden Grove School McGuffey Montessori School 4122 Mrytle Ave., Cincinnati 5128 Westgate Drive, Oxford 45236 513-984-2215 45056 513-523-7742 lindengroveschool.org mcguffeymontessori.com Special Needs Nonsectarian K-8 PK-8 Like what you see? For a FREE Subscription to Cincy Magazine,visit www.cincymagazine.com w w w. m a g a z i n e . c o m : : FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 27 Guide to Private Schools 2013-2014 School Address Zip Phone Website Affiliation Grades Montessori Academy of Cincinnati New School Montessori Seven Hills School Springer School and Center The Schilling School for Gifted Children INDIANA 8293 Duke Blvd., Mason 3 Burton Woods Lane, Cincinnati 5400 Red Bank Road, Cincinnati 2121 Madison Road, Cincinnati 8100 Cornell Road, Cincinnati 45040 513-398-7773 45229 513-281-7999 45227 513-728-2400 45208 513-871-6080 45249 513-489-8940 montacademy.org thenewschool.cc 7hills.org springer-ld.org schillingschool.org Nonsectarian Nonsectarian Nonsectarian Learning Disabilities Gifted Children K-8 PK-6 PK-12 1-8 K-12 Oldenburg Academy of the Immaculate Conception St. John Lutheran School St. Lawrence School St. Louis Catholic School St. Nicholas School St. Paul Catholic School KENTUCKY CATHOLIC-DIOCESE OF COVINGTON 1 Twister Circle, Oldenburg 222 Mechanic St., Aurora 524 Walnut St., Lawrenceburg 17 E. St. Louis Place, Batesville 47036 812-934-4440 47001 812-926-2656 47025 812-537-3690 47006 812-934-3310 oldenburgacademy.org stjohnlcms.com stlschool.com batesvilleschools.com/sls stnicholas-sunman.org stpauledu.com Catholic-Independent Luthern-Missouri Synod Catholic-Independent Catholic-Independent Catholic-Independent Catholic-Independent 9-12 PK-8 K-8 PK-8 K-8 PK-6 6459 E. St. Nicholas Drive, Sunman 47041 812-623-2348 9788 N. Dearborn 47022 812-623-2631 Road, New Alsace Bishop Brossart High School Blessed Sacrament Covington Catholic High School Covington Latin School Holy Cross District High School Holy Cross Elementary School Holy Family Catholic School Holy Trinity Elementary School Holy Trinity Junior High School Immaculate Heart of Mary School Mary, Queen of Heaven Newport Central Catholic High School Notre Dame Academy Prince of Peace School (Traditional and Montessori) St. Agnes School St. Anthony School St. Augustine School St. Catherine of Siena St. Cecilia Elementary School St. Henry District School St. Henry School St. Joseph - Camp Springs St. Joseph - Cold Spring St. Joseph - Crescent Springs St. Joseph Academy St. Mary School St. Paul School St. Philip School St. Pius X School St. Thomas School Sts. Peter and Paul School Villa Madonna Academy OTHER RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS (KY) 4 Grove St., Alexandria 2407 Dixie Highway, Ft. Mitchell 1600 Dixie Highway, Park Hills 21 E. 11th St., Covington 3617 Church St., Covington 3615 Church St., Covington 338 E. 16th St., Covington 235 Division St., Bellevue 840 Washington Ave., Newport 5876 Veterans Way, Burlington 1130 Donaldson Road, Erlanger 13 Carothers Road, Newport 1699 Hilton Drive, Park Hills 625 Pike St., Covington 1322 Sleepy Hollow Road, Ft. Wright 485 Grand Ave., Taylor Mill 1840 Jefferson Ave., Covington 23 Rossford Ave., Ft. Thomas 5313 Madison Pike, Independence 3755 Scheben Drive,Erlanger 3825 Dixie Highway, Erlanger 6829 Four Mile Road, Camp Springs 4011 Alexandria Pike, Cold Spring 2474 Lorraine Court, Crescent Springs 48 Needmore St., Walton 9 S. Jefferson St., Alexandria 7303 Dixie Highway, Florence 1400 Mary Ingles Highway, Melbourne 348 Dudley Road, Edgewood 428 S. Ft. Thomas Ave., Ft. Thomas 2160 California Crossroads, California 2500 Amsterdam Road, Villa Hills 5955 Taylor Mill Road, Convington 11875 Taylor Mill Road, Independence 10310 Dixie Highway, Florence 2625 Anderson Road, Crescent Springs 305 Park Ave., Newport maga zine.com 41001 859-635-2108 41017 859-331-3062 41011 859-491-2247 41011 859-291-7044 41015 859-431-1335 41015 859-581-6599 41014 859-581-0290 41073 859-291-6937 41071 859-292-0487 41005 859-689-4303 41018 859-371-8100 41071 859-292-0001 41011 859-261-4300 41011 859-431-5153 41011 859-261-0543 41015 859-431-5987 41014 859-261-5564 41075 859-572-2680 41051 859-363-4314 41018 859-525-0255 41018 859-342-2551 41059 859-635-5652 41076 859-441-2025 41017 859-578-2742 41904 859-485-6444 41001 859-635-9539 41042 859-647-4070 41059 859-441-3423 41017 859-341-4900 41075 859-572-4641 41007 859-635-4382 41017 859-331-6333 41015 859-356-9201 41051 859-356-7990 41042 859-371-9008 bishopbrossart.org school.bssky.org/school covcath.org covingtonlatin.org hchscov.com holycrosselem.com firstname.lastname@example.org holytrinity-school.org holytrinity-school.org ihm-ky.com mqhschool.com ncchs.com ndpandas.org popcv.com school.saintagnes.com school.saintanthonytaylormill.org staugustines.net stcatherineofsiena.org stceiliacrusaders.catholicweb.com shdhs.org sthenryel.com stjosephcampspringsschool. catholicweb.com stjoeschool.net sjscrescent.com saintjosephacademy.net saintmaryparish.com saint-paul-school.org stphilipky.org stpiusx.com sttschool.org stsppschool.catholicweb.com villamadonna.net calvarychristianky.org ccaky.org thegatheringplacechurch.com Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Catholic-Diocese of Covington Baptist Pentecostal Christian 9-12 K-8 9-12 8-12 9-12 K-8 K-8 PK-5 6-8 PK-8 K-8 9-12 9-12 K-8 K-8 K-8 K-8 K-8 PK-8 9-12 PK-8 K-8 K-8 PK-8 PK-8 PK-8 K-8 K-8 K-8 PK-8 PK-8 PK-12 PK-12 PK-12 PK-8 Calvary Christian School Community Christian Academy Zion Christian Academy PRIVATE NONSECTARIAN (KY) Northern Kentucky Montessori Academy Trent Montessori 41017 859-331-3725 41071 859-491-3223 nkmacademy.org trentmontessori.com Nonsectarian Nonsectarian PK-6 PK-K 28 FA L L S P EC TAC U L A R 2 0 1 3 : : w w w. Elaine T. Kenwood Resident No Better Time, No Better Price • Inclusive monthly leasing starting at $2,990 • Condo-Style Apartment Homes • World Class Service • Healthcare on premises should you ever need it • NO ENTRY FEES There’s no better time to move to The Kenwood by Senior Star, Cincinnati’s premier retirement community. You’ll have it all at The Kenwood: Call us today so you don’t miss out on “The Dempsey Upgrade” and other move-in incentives. 513-399-5309 S E N I O R S TA R . C O M 5435 Kenwood Road | Cincinnati, OH 45227 DINOSAUR BRING THIS TO LIFE Bring this Dinosaur to Life! Experience augmented reality now and in the exhibition. Download the “Cincinnati Ultimate Dinosaurs” App. #UltimateDinos #CincyRawrs cincymuseum.org Artwork © Royal Ontario Museum, 2012 Ultimate Dinosaurs: Giants from Gondwana is produced and circulated by the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto.