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Did you know that Cincinnati’s smallest historical landmark is located right here in Carthage? Located on Vine Street, right in front of Nava Law offices. Come celebrate its history with Refreshments, Civic Events, and Music from Roger Bacon H.S!
Come out and support a local business and our Civic League at U-Pull-&-Pay Cincinnati‘s Community Day on May 8!
A group from Public Allies is talking to local people about what assets are in the Carthage community. With this information, they hope to help connect Carthage and bring a greater sense of community to its people. Please answer some questions … Continue reading
On Saturday, April 7th, Greg Landsman’s City Council Office will be hosting a “Budget Basics” community meeting at the Winton Hills Community Center. This meeting is geared towards helping residents understand the budget process, review how money is being spent … Continue reading
Please join your neighbors at the Carthage Christian Church for the next Carthage Civic League meeting. Important information about the neighborhood will be shared and discussed. ELECTIONS will be held at this meeting as well. All officer positions and two trustee seats … Continue reading
Please join your neighbors at the Carthage Christian Church for the next Carthage Civic League meeting. Important information about the neighborhood will be shared and discussed. See you there!
Backyard Maple 101 Saturday, Feb. 10 1:00 – 3:00 pm Caldwell Nature Center Live off the land and learn the tricks of the trade to make your own maple syrup at home this winter. Discover what trees to tap, how … Continue reading
Museum Center’s Youth Programs are designed to enhance the creativity, confidence and success of its members. Through participation in workshops, field trips, college visits, volunteerism and other learning opportunities, participants in Youth Programs are well-prepared for success in high school, college … Continue reading
Great Parks And Cohen Offer Free Holiday Lights Recycling Have your holiday lights lost their twinkle? Drop off broken or unwanted lights at any Great Parks visitor center between December 1, 2017, and January 10, 2018. Holiday lights should not … Continue reading