Sharonville Convention Center

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Hamilton County commissioners are expected to vote on spending hotel tax revenues on facilities expansion. The Sharonville Convention Center is asking for $225,000 for phases one and two of planning. The next two planning phases would cost $575,000, and construction is estimated to be $10.5 million.

HorrorHound Weekend is coming to the Sharonville Convention Center the weekend of March 23-25. 

From Art Deco to Mid-Century Modern, the annual 20th Century Cincinnati show featuring unique furniture and accessories will return to the Sharonville Convention Center on February 24 and 25. 

Time again for the fall edition of the Victory of Light Psychic Festival at the Sharonville Convention Center

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Hamilton County Commission President Todd Portune has identified four infrastructure priorities. This comes after a public hearing last week on the county's big box projects. Portune says decisions need to be made in the next 60 days on expanding the Sharonville Convention Center, funding a new Western Hills Viaduct, covering Fort Washington Way, and possibly building a soccer stadium for FC Cincinnati.

A Preview Of The Upcoming Victory Of Light Expo

Nov 11, 2016

The Victory of Light Expo returns to the Sharonville Convention Center on November 19 & 20 and will feature psychic readers, holistic healers, live music and more. 

Provided, GeoFair

Paleontologists, fossil collectors and rock hounds from around the world are drawn to southwestern Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Eastern Indiana due to our region's variety and abundance of fossils and minerals. Scientists and hobbyists can learn more about fossil and rock collecting this weekend at the 2016 GeoFair gem, mineral and fossil show.

If vintage modern design is your thing, then you’ll want to hear about the 22nd edition of the 20th Century Cincinnati Show, coming to the Sharonville Convention Center.

The next Victory of Light Expo happens April 11 and 12 at the Sharonville Convention Center. Robyn Carey-Allgeyer previews this event with show organizer and psychic Victor Paruta, and Native American musician Douglas Blue Feather, who will be teaching flute lessons at the expo.

Provided by City of Sharonville

Sharonville has announced plans for a $14 million, 120-room anchor hotel at the Sharonville Convention Center.  The city has signed a memorandum of understanding with Rolling Hills Hospitality Group to start work on the hotel.  The city says in a statement the development will bring additional economic impact to the region by attracting more conventions and trade shows.