• Cincinnati Pride Movie Night: The Devil Wears Prada!

    Washington Park

    Join us for movie night hosted by Cincinnati Pride! Are you a Miranda or are you an Andy? (Or maybe you are an Emily or a Nigel) No matter. Join Cincinnati Pride for a screening of "The Devil Wears Prada" in Washington Park. Wear your finest fashions and celebrate the dragon lady! Prizes will be awarded for the best dressed! Bring your friends & family (and a lawn chair). The movie begins at dusk (approximately 9PM). Or wear your finest humanist and atheist pride shirts!

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  • Science On Tap - Reforestation & Climate Change

    Urban Artifact

    Please note: we are not the hosts of this event. We are sharing it to our members so that they can attend, if interested. Please RSVP on the Facebook event of the organizers. https://www.facebook.com/events/646889682428680/

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  • Community Conversations: Next Steps for COR

    Join us for an informal discussion about our next steps and updates about everything the Community of Reason has been doing! We want your feedback and input as we move forward with building this group! There will be multiple community conversation events to accommodate busy June schedules, and we hope to see you at one! We will return the opening planning meeting format in July. Other Community Conversation events: Saturday June 15th: https://www.meetup.com/CommunityOfReason/events/262006865/ Tuesday June 25th: https://www.meetup.com/CommunityOfReason/events/262007579/

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  • Common Sense: The Constitution and You-Balancing the Branches

    “O ye that love mankind! Ye that dare oppose, not only the tyranny, but the tyrant, stand forth!" -Thomas Paine, Common Sense The Constitution is under attack!! Join us for this ongoing discussion about the Supreme Law of the Land. Learn about your rights and how to exercise them in this politically challenging time. We will meet on a regular basis to discuss the history and roles of the government and how it pertains to you. What to Expect: For our first meeting. we discussed the history of the Constitution and how it was written. In June, we will look at how the government works. We will examine the structure of the Constitution, and how it's system of checks and balances prevent tyranny and protects individual rights. We will define the three branches of government and they they work together as well as with state agencies. You do not have to have attended class one to jump in. However, you may want to review Part 1 of the book on your own to catch up. if you haven't gotten the book: As a guide, we will be using The Idiot's Guide to the US Constitution, 2nd edition as the main resource for our discussions. You can purchase a used copy of Ebay or Amazon for under $10. Here is a direct link for used copies on Amazon. You can also purchase new copies. https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/1465454365/ref=tmm_pap_used_olp_0?ie=UTF8&condition=used&qid=1557093698&sr=8-2-fkmrnull A downloadable book can be ordered from the Hamilton County Library for free: http://catalog.cincinnatilibrary.org/iii/encore/record/C__Rb3254997__Sharper%2C%20timothy__P0%2C2__Orightresult__U__X4?lang=eng&suite=cobalt

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  • Community Conversations: Next Steps for COR

    Join us for an informal discussion about our next steps and updates about everything the Community of Reason has been doing! We want your feedback and input as we move forward with building this group! There will be multiple community conversation events to accommodate busy June schedules, and we hope to see you at one! We will return the opening planning meeting format in July. Other Community Conversation Events: Monday June 17th - https://www.meetup.com/CommunityOfReason/events/262007129/ Tuesday June 25th - https://www.meetup.com/CommunityOfReason/events/262007579/

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  • Be a COR Volunteer at the Freestore Foodbank!

    Freestore Foodbank - Mayerson Distribution Center

    Join us at the Freestore Foodbank for a community service project! Please register at: http://vhub.at/xcommunityofreason FIRST TIME USERS (this is a new process) There is a 4-step process for users new to Volunteer Hub: 1. Click the link: http://vhub.at/xcommunityofreason 2. Click the “sign up” button on the right side of the webpage. Look for our team's name. It’s in red. "Community of Reason - Hermann" 3. Create an account – the system will prompt you to log in or create a new account profile. (You will receive a “Freestore Foodbank Account Created” confirmation email once successfully completed.) 4. The system should direct you to sign up for the event after creating your profile. If it does not, return to the original webpage via the link given and click the “sign up” button again. (You will receive an Event Confirmation email when completed.) RETURNING USERS 1. Click the link: http://vhub.at/xcommunityofreason 2. Log in using your username and password 3. Sign up for the event you wish to participate in with your group (See #2 above) REMINDERS Clothing: Please know all volunteers must wear comfortable clothing with closed toe shoes and shirts with sleeves. No flip flops or sandals are allowed in the warehouse. Parking: We have parking in the front of our building, the West Lot, and on the street in front of the warehouse. Please do not park in the East Lot. Do not block Dock Bays. Arrival: Please have all volunteers arrive no more than 10 minutes before the shift at the volunteer entrance (you will see signage). Age Limit: All volunteers must be at least 13 years of age. All volunteers under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. A minimum of 1 adult is required to accompany every 4 minors up to age 16. A minimum of 1 adult is required for every 8 minors ages 16-17. NOTE All Guests must be registered with the Freestore Foodbank.

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  • Field Trippin' on a weekday: Harriet Beecher Stowe House Tour

    Harriet Beecher Stowe House

    Recently, I just joined the merry volunteer docent staff at the Harriet Beecher Stowe House! This small museum is a hidden city gem getting ready to explode as the visitor traffic and programs offered increase. The home pays homage to the Beecher family, historic Lane Seminary and the famous Lane Debates led by the Lane Rebels that spurred Cincinnati into the forefront of national news for their pro-abolition stance, the Underground Railroad, and how her life in Cincinnati help shaped the views of Harriet Beecher Stowe and led her to write Uncle Tom's Cabin. Meet the 'Little Lady Who Started the Civil War" as legend has it! Also, learn how the house continued to support the African-American community well into the 20th Century as a safe place for People of Color in a segregated world. Finally, learn what the House is doing today to honor the legacy of Harriet Beecher Stowe by continuing to educate and bring the Cincinnati community together to raise awareness and continue the fight for equality for all!! The tour will begin at noon and last approximately and hour. If folks want, we can grab lunch after nearby in Walnut Hills. They have some great options. Cost of Admission: Admission Adults: $6 Seniors/Students: $5 Children ages 6-17: $3 Children age 5 and under: Free Members: Friends of the Harriet Beecher Stowe House members and Ohio History Connection members are free. ​ For those considering membership: http://stowehousecincy.org/membership-information.html If you want to visit several museums that belong to the Ohio History Connection, this may be a better deal : https://13329a.blackbaudhosting.com/13329a/Ohio-History-Connection

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  • Creating Spaces of Belonging: LGBTQ+ Community

    Kenton County Public Library - Covington Branch

    This event is hosted by Kentuckians for the Commonwealth and the Community of Reason. Join us to celebrate Pride month by working with Northern Kentucky Fairness to learn how we can create stronger communities and a sense of belonging that makes spaces accessible for everyone within the LGBTQ+ community.

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