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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  • Super Heroines Etc. 2nd Annual Galentine’s Day
    • Wednesday, 13 February 2018, 7-10 pm
    • Butcher & Barrel, 700 Race Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
    • “February 14th, Valentine’s Day, is about romance, but February 13th, Galentine’s Day, is about celebrating lady friends. It’s wonderful, and it should be a national holiday” – Leslie Knope, Parks and Recreation
    • Join Super Heroines, Etc. for a celebration of ladies! Enjoy an evening of friendship, appetizers, door prizes, and silent auction all while supporting our mission to empower women to embrace their inner nerd.
    • Queens of Queen City is donating a basket themed around Cincinnati women, from history and modernity. Activities at the Queens of Queen City table include:
      • Who’s Your Queen of the Queen City Spirit Guide Quiz
      • Discover Your Own Pixellance, an activity based on the life of the brilliant Cincinnatian Lillian F. Schwartz… winner gets a prize!
      • Matching game
      • Found poetry
      • Q&A

Other activities include:

      • Know Ya Boo – How well do you know your bestie?
      • Galentine’s Day Postcard Writing
      • Make your own friendship bracelets
      • Leslie Knope-Inspired MASH (yes, the fantastic game from your childhood!)
      • Photobooth
      • Scrapbooking the night’s activities
    • Included in your ticket price are heavy appetizers and access to all the activities. Cash bar.
    • Tickets are $30 per person
    • RSVP, share, and purchase tickets at Facebook or Eventbrite.
  • Between the Lines: Rediscovering the Beer Baronesses of Cincinnati
    • Saturday, 02 March 2019, 12-5 pm
    • Bockfest Hall, 1619 Moore St, Cincinnati 45202
    • We’re debuting this special 15-minute lecture at Bockfest “Beer and Bygone Days” in the afternoon. It’s about two of the women we’ve been pulling from between the lines of history books: Lena Jung Sohn and Marianne Eichenlaub Kauffman. You won’t want to miss this.
    • This event is free.
    • See the schedule and more info at Facebook.