Jun 27 Monday
Join us at the Dinsmore Homestead for this adventurous camp that explores great events from American History while enjoying the great outdoors. Blaze a trail through the wilderness with Lewis and Clark, test your skills on the Oregon Trail, celebrate July 4th at our turn-of-the-century town fair and experience the Great Depression first hand. Don't miss this once in a lifetime chance to participate in events from days gone by.
This camp is for children who have completed Kindergarten through 5th grade.Contact Cathy at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to registeror give us a call at 859-586-6117.
During the Summer Spectacular, the nonprofit Cincinnati Computer Cooperative is giving away Reds tickets and two $100 Meijer gift certificates. Free to enter. No purchase ever, ever necessary. Come in to enter.
And here’s the real prize: ∞ Starting at $150, get guaranteed, refurbished computers with free software and a one year guarantee ∞ Students, anyone over 55 or on any form of public assistance, nonprofits and schools are all eligible for this program.
49 Novner Drive, Cincinnati, 45215, Mon–Fri 3–6 pm or Call 513.771.3262
∞ Thrill to the excitement of a Reds game this summer– win 2 or 4 tickets, ∞ Or, get your summer gear - win a $100 Meijer gift certificate. To enter, come in to the nonprofit Cincinnati Computer Cooperative Monday – Friday 3 – 6 pm, thru August 12th, at 49 Novner Dr. Cincinnati, OH 45215 or call 513.771.3262∞ Starting at $150, get guaranteed, refurbished computers with free software and a one year guarantee∞ Students, anyone over 55 or on any form of public assistance, nonprofits and schools all are eligible for this program.
Call 513.771.3262 for more information
Come in to the nonprofit Cooperative this summer and enter for free to win a $100 Meijer Gift Certificate or tickets to the Reds . No purchase ever required to win. The Cooperative got these items as donations and is sharing the good luck with our summer visitors.
The mission of the Cooperative is to supply guaranteed refurbished computers to those in need, starting at $150 with free software . We serve students, people over 55 years old or on any form of public assistance. Nonprofits and schools can also take advantage of this wonderful program. Call 513.771.3262 or come in to 49 Novner Dr., Cincinnati, 45215 Monday-Friday 3-6 pm. Or call 513.771.3262
Please join us for the opening reception or our summer exhibition featuring the work of Anthony Becker, Katherine Gibson, Jennifer Purdum, and Jonpaul Smith on June 3rd from 6-9 PM. The exhibition will be on view from June 3rd-July 17th, please visit indianhillgallery.com for more information
Jun 28 Tuesday
Cincinnati Sports Club will begin holding special “Exercise For Cancer"classes designed specifically for those who have been weakened by their cancer treatments beginning Tuesday, October 22nd. The hour-long classes are open to both members and non-members and will be held each Tuesday and Thursday from 1-2pm in sessions that are eight weeks each.
The classes will be led by Cincinnati Sports Club Private Trainer and ACE (American Council of Exercise) Cancer Care Specialist Claire Wellington. Wellington was inspired to teach these classes after witnessing firsthand the difference that exercise made in the life of her father after being treated with both chemotherapy and radiation for Stage 4 Lung and Lymph Node Cancer.
Says Wellington, “My dad was given a very grim outlook after being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer. He had 9 weeks of radiation followed by a few weeks of chemotherapy which left him feeling weak, exhausted and not at all himself. My siblings and I decided that we needed to get him out of the house and moving, so we signed him up for the “60 for 60” program at Cincinnati Sports Club. He came to the Club faithfully every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10am, and we saw an immediate change in him. He improved his strength and stamina, made a lot of new friends, and his entire mental outlook changed as well. After the initial 60 days in the program had concluded, he decided to enroll as a full member.
He died a few years later, but I am a firm believer that we had an extra 2 years with him due to his regular exercise regime, and am extremely grateful for that time. Exercise not only improves strength and endurance, but it lifts your spirits and builds your self-confidence. For this reason, I decided that I had to be involved in the launch of this exciting, new exercise program in honor of my father, as we are upon the 6th anniversary of his passing. I want to give back to others who have undergone or are undergoing cancer treatments, and show them the difference that consistent exercise can make in their lives.”
A typical “Exercise for Cancer” class will include a blood pressure and pulse oximeter test at the onset, followed by a 15-minute warm-up, 20 minutes of strength training and 20 minutes of cardio. Each participant will receive ongoing expertise, guidance and support from Claire Wellington in a structured format along with an exercise band for at-home use, and the accompanying LiveStrong booklet.
The cost for Cincinnati Sports Club members to enroll in the eight-week session is $20.00. Non-members must register to enroll in the “60 for 60” PREP program at a fee of $60.00.
Now in its 29th year, and locally owned and operated, Cincinnati Sports Club has grown steadily across 16 sprawling acres at 3950 Red Bank Road in Fairfax, Ohio. It is accessible by three street entrances – at 3950 Red Bank Road, 5535 Murray Avenue and 3939 Virginia Avenue. For more information on the Exercise for Cancer program or membership, visit www.CincinnatiSportsClub.com, or call 513-527-4000.