The Summit, a recently opened, top of the line Wyndham property in Madisonville, is ready to meet every need for your upcoming meetings, conferences, trade shows and business events. At the Summit you will find 19 meeting rooms and 32,600 square feet of versatile indoor and outdoor meeting space outfitted with state-of-the-art technology and ergonomic furniture. Meeting rooms are filled with natural light from floor to ceiling windows. The best of business is conducted in the most conducive environment. The Summit offers intimate, well decorated venues for 10 or fewer people up to dynamic, engaging space for groups of 380, configured grand ballroom style for galas and award dinners or spread out through pre-event space for trade shows and multi-function conferences.
Skystone Partners believes that philanthropy lies at the heart of human greatness. Committed to philanthropy and to expanding its influence here and around the world, we look at fundraising as a noble profession. As such, our role as consultants is to help nonprofit organizations increase their value to society through philanthropy. In addition to arts and cultural organizations, we establish partnerships with civic and community organizations, colleges and universities, hospitals and other health agencies, and social service organizations, and many other nonprofits.
It’s one of Greater Cincinnati’s largest afternoon fundraisers. And with multi-platinum pop artist Andy Grammer headlining the 17th Annual Pink Ribbon Luncheon on Wednesday, Oct. 3, in the Duke Energy Convention Center Grand Ballroom, it’s sure to be another magnificent event. Hosted by the Cris Collinsworth ProScan Fund (CCPF), the luncheon and its proceeds support the many Pink Ribbon Programs so integral to providing compassionate care, pro-active breast health education and support for area women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Young women often have a difficult time envisioning themselves in STEM careers because women are drastically under-represented in those fields, particularly in engineering and computer science, Martin says. According to the Economics and Statistics Administration (2011), although 47 percent of the overall workforce and 60 percent of college graduates are women, they hold fewer than 25 percent of STEM jobs. And, if women are under-represented in STEM fields, women of color are even more underrepresented, Martin notes. She hopes The STEM Girls program, with its diverse following (50 percent of participants are young women of color), will inspire more young women of color to pursue STEM careers.
I don’t know about you, but just knowing I have a secret stash of chocolate lifts my spirits.
When a new ownership group took over the Cincinnati Reds in 2006, Great American Ball Park was just 3 years old.
When Carmon DeLeone observed his 25th season as Music Director for Cincinnati Ballet, much excitement ensued. Hardy congratulations and best wishes on reaching such an impressive anniversary abounded.
Homeowners can purchase generic tile from a local big-box store, or they can visit Rookwood Pottery for a work-of-art architectural tile installation that adds timeless style to their home.
If life is better on a boat, imagine having regular access to a fleet of boats at an affordable cost of entry, and no service or storage fees.
Unique and special-order pieces in a beautiful showroom – that’s what the co-founder of Hoffman & Albers Interiors set out to offer the Greater Cincinnati area 24 years ago.
Spring is the perfect time for a fresh start, and indigenous craft gallery is throwing open the doors on its new space. Less than a mile away from the original O’Bryonville gallery, which opened in 2006, the new location in East Walnut Hills sparkles with tall windows, high ceilings and new art and artists to discover.
The Duke Energy Children’s Museum is celebrating 20 years of providing children and their families a legacy of fun and learning.
Two hearts becoming one in matrimonial bliss is one of the most incredible experiences a couple can share. The celebration of that event should be handled with unparalleled devotion and care.
Spring is a great time for a home refresh. Jill Koch, interior designer with Designs on Madison, an interior design firm in East Walnut Hills, says when winter is finally over, “sprucing up the house brings excitement for the warm weather approaching.”
Raising $3.7M at a nonprofit fundraising gala is a big deal, and doesn't happen often, but JDRF Southwest Ohio achieved just that this past Saturday, May 12 at its Cincinnatian of the Year Gala.
As Cincinnati Opera embarks on its 98th season, it seems everything old is new again.
The brand-new Summit Hotel brings a special kind of hospitality to Cincinnati. As the first property opened under the Dolce name since Wyndham purchased the brand in 2015, The Summit has been carefully and thoughtfully designed to nourish the needs of both guests and locals from the ground up.
Check out these photos from the Cinco de Mayo party at ATC!
The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati (TCT) is holding auditions in May for the first two MainStage productions of the 18-19 season!
Most people in these parts know the story of the groundbreaking Rookwood Pottery Company, founded in the late 19th century, and its revival in Over-the-Rhine over a decade ago. What many may not be aware of is how the reinvented company is creatively influencing contemporary designs, integrating its historic architectural tiles.
As a place where people can speak freely and have constructive dialogue, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is vital, says the center’s new president, Dion Brown. “Given the challenges our society is facing, this institution is more relevant than ever in bringing diverse points of view together.”
Hotel Covington, the hotel on Madison Avenue that is built on a sense of place, has hired a new chef.