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Cincinnati, "The Queen City", is the hidden gem for event lovers. Events and performances of all shapes, sizes, and sounds are happening all the time...

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5 Events for March, 2017

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Highly Improvable-Imrpov Performance

March 25, 2017 - Cincinnati

Join us for an evening of unscripted fun as Cincinnati’s own improv comedy troupe Highly Improvable returns to CCAC! A series of improvisational games, combined with audience suggestions, makes each show uniquely entertaining....

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Mars Hill Academy Presents Pride & Prejudice

March 24, 2017 to April 01, 2017 - Hamilton

Mars Hill Academy presents Pride and Prejudice, the drama by Jon Jory based on Jane Austen’s classic novel.   Pride and Prejudice " considered one of the greatest romances of all time " is the story of...

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RiverReel: Light. Sound. + Music. Motion.

March 24, 2017 to March 25, 2017 - Cincinnati

RiverReel is a Cincinnati Film Society all genre international festival. Entering into our first year in the historic brewery The Mockbee, a storied site along the route of Cincinnati’s historic canals.Cincinnati’s...

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The Art Of Mobile Photography

March 25, 2017 to March 25, 2017 - Milford

Discover the basic principles of photography to capture great nature photos using your mobile device. During this hike with the Nature Center’s Social Media Coordinator, Amanda Parker-Wolery, you will learn the fundamentals of composition,...

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Miami Regionals Hosts Cincinnati Shakespeare Compa

March 29, 2017 to March 25, 2017 - Middletown

Join the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company for their performance of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The performance is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. No tickets are required. Contact Katherine Kickel kickelke@miamioh.edu--with questions or concerns. Miami...

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