Sunday, January 14, 2001

Sunday Salons bring together interesting voices




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Stimulate your mind and your palate during the 2001 Sunday Salons series, a benefit for Women Helping Women, a group providing crisis intervention and support services for victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking.

        Choose a session with brunch, lunch, tea, or supper and discuss a host of topics with some of Greater Cincinnati's most interesting literary and artistic voices.

        Reservations for Sunday Salons sessions will be taken in the order payment is received. Phone reservations may be made with MasterCard or Visa: 698-7002. All sessions have space limitations.

        The schedule

        This Survivor Wins Million Dollar Smiles with Helen Verkamp, explorer and photographer, 5-7 p.m. Feb 4, hosted by Carol and Steve Boymel, Indian Hill; $40.

        Stained Glass Sower Power with Terrance D. Callan, academic dean, Athenaeum of Ohio, 2-4 p.m. Feb. 4, hosted by Jennifer Bailey, Finneytown; $35.

        Boys Will Be Boys, But Why? with Krista Ramsey, former Enquirer education columnist, 4-6 p.m., Feb. 4, hosted by Linda and Denny Hutson, College Hill; $40.

        Time for a Bloomin' Career Change with former local radio and TV personality Robin Wood of Robin Wood Flowers, 4-6 p.m., Feb. 11, hosted by Karen and Frank Wood, Hyde Park; $50.

        You Know, It Didn't HAVE to Be You! by Barbara Brady, cabaret performer, 2-4 p.m. Feb. 11, hosted by Cathy and Tom Crain, downtown; $50.

        Get “Bold Over” with Creativity! with Jeffrey A. Stamp of Bold Thinking and Miami University, 4-6 p.m. Feb. 18, hosted by Linda and Rick Baxter, Sharonville; $35.

        Hungry for the Truth? with Mary Stagaman, senior contributing editor and dining critic of Cincinnati Magazine, 5-7 p.m., Feb. 25, hosted by Marilyn and Edward P. Harris, Clifton; $50.

        Through the Looking Glass with Elizabeth Bookser Barkley, associate professor of English, College of Mount St. Joseph, 12:30-2:30 p.m. Feb. 25, hosted by Nydia Tranter, Indian Hill; $40.

        Making A Case for Makeup with Jeni Lee Dinkel, cosmetics artist and principal of the Jeni Lee cosmetics line, 2-4 p.m. March 4, hosted by Judy and Chris Dalambakis, Loveland; $35.

        Goering, Guitar & Grigio with Richard Goering of Cork & Bottle and a classical guitarist, 3-5 p.m. March 4, hosted by Cynthia and Rick Mulhauser, Indian Hill; $40.

        Local Pig-Cassos with Patricia Renick, sculptor and professor emeritus of fine arts at the University of Cincinnati, 5-7 p.m., March 4, hosted by Nell Surber, Prospect Hill; $40.

        The Art of Conservation with Stephen Bonadies, chief conservator and director of museum service, Cincinnati Art Museum, 2-4 p.m., March 11, hosted by Kathleen and Bob Laufman, North Avondale; $35.

        An Afternoon with Sister with Annie Ruth, visual artist/poet/author/speaker, 2-4 p.m. March 11, hosted by Mary Ran, Hyde Park; $35.

        Getting Right to the “Pointe” with Anna Reznik and Alexei Kremnev, principal dancers, Cincinnati Ballet, 4-6 p.m March 18, hosted by Donald Beck and Dr. Lawrence E. Eynon, Liberty Hill; $50.

        The Envelope Please with Ed Stern of Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and Jackie Demaline, Enquirer theater critic, 5-7 p.m., March 25, hosted by Sue Grathwohl, Montgomery; $50.

        The Underground Railroad in Cincinnati with Dan Hurley, president of Applied History Associates, 2-4 p.m. March 25, hosted by Barbara Eveland, Barbara Hall and Peggy Jackson, Indian Hill; $40.

       



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