Events

Here our the upcoming events associated with Queens of Queen City. For other women-centric events around Cincinnati, check out our Facebook page or twitter account.

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  • Stand-Up History
    • Tuesday, 16 April 2019, 7-9 pm
    • Japp’s Since 1879, 1134 Main St., Cincinnati, OH 45202
    • Who knows what oddities lurk in the recesses of Queen City history? Discover the secrets of our past while enjoying a delicious beverage as a (very) miscellaneous troupe of local history buffs dish the authentic scoop!
    • Here is the line-up so far:
      • Chelsie Hoskins & Sean Andres – “Tales from the Beer Baronesses”
      • Greg Hand – “The Day Adolph Drach’s Saloon Exploded”
      • Anne Delano Steinert – “Loueen Pattee and Mary Louise MacMillan: Finding Two New Women.”
      • Kevin Grace – “I Die, Horatio! James Murdoch, Cincinnati’s Extraordinary Elocutionist”
      • Dann Woellert – “Carl Freigau: Pig Portaitist”
      • Molly Wellmann – “Cora Dow”
    • You won’t want to miss this extravaganza!
    • No admission charge & open to the public.
  • Women, Wildflowers and Wurmples
    • Saturday, 18 May 2019, 10:30 – 11:30 am
    • Cincinnati Nature Center, 4949 Tealtown Rd, Milford, Ohio 45150
    • Our ever-impressive and entertaining Chelsie is combining her favorite things for our delightful partner Super Heroines, Etc. Cincinnati Chapter: women’s history, flowers, and Pokemon. Don’t miss this unique, engaging, and insightful event. Join Superheroes, Etc for a walk at the Cincinnati Nature Center. Join us on May 18th at 10:30 am where we will enjoy the Spring weather, collecting Pokemon and identifying local flora and fauna, in addition to enjoying one another’s company. Ending our walk with a discussion, we will cover some of the important naturalists who were critical to developing our focus on conservation in Cincinnati. Strap on those hiking shoes and join us! All ability levels are welcome. Be sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes that can get muddy and are good for walking.
    • Admission to the Cincinnati Nature Center charged