The Cincinnati Enquirer
Want to chase away the winter blahs? Experience Sunday Salons, a series of brunches, lunches, teas and suppers featuring Greater Cincinnati speakers on a variety of timely and inspiring topics.
The series, Sunday, through March 30, is sponsored by Women Helping Women, a nonprofit provider of crisis intervention and support services for victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking. For a Sunday Salon brochure, call 977-5541 and leave your name, address and phone number. To make reservations, call the Sunday Salon Hotline, 910-8231.
Reservations are taken in order payment is received. Reservations may be confirmed with Master Card or Visa.
The Sunday Salon schedule:
The Stuff of Legends: Native American Storytelling, David J. Kroger, storyteller; 5-7 p.m. Sunday, hosted by Stona and Barbara Fitch of Indian Hill. $40 (limited to 30 guests).
The Importance of Being Green, Jim Hansel, director of horticulture for Civic Garden Center; 3-5 p.m. Feb. 2, hosted by Iris and Jim Bush of Anderson Township. $40 (limited to 25 guests).
The Jewels in the Queen City's Crown: Preserving Cincinnati's Gems, Beth Sullebarger, executive director of Cincinnati Preservation Association; noon-2 p.m. Feb. 9, hosted by Susan and Tom Handley of Wyoming. $45 (limited to 20 guests).
Off the Wall: Cincinnati's Designing Women, Timothy Rub, director, Cincinnati Art Museum; 4-6 p.m. Feb. 9, hosted by Sue Ransohoff and May Westheimer at Ms. Westheimer's Mount Adams home. $50 (limited to 25 guests).
Feathers and Fur, Thane Maynard, vice president of Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden; 12:30-2:30 p.m. Feb. 16, hosted by Cathy J. Moody
of Loveland. $50 (limited to 50 guests).
No-Fear Entertaining at Home, Jay Shatz, producer/host of TV's Around the House; 1-3 p.m. Feb. 16, hosted by Mimi Goodrich and architect Sally Noble in Ms. Goodrich's Tusculum home. $100 (limited to 40 guests).
Bringing Broadway Home, Vivian Holfeld, soprano, and Larry Reiring, tenor; 3-5 p.m. Feb. 23, hosted by Dolly Kohls and Sara Pritchard at Ms. Kohls' East Walnut Hills home. $50 (limited to 25 guests).
Making Music - and History, Sarah Ioannides, assistant conductor of Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra; 6-8 p.m. Feb. 23, hosted by Barbara and Bill Weyand of Indian Hill. $60 (limited to 28 guests).
Uncorking the Secrets of Wine Tasting, Mary Fruehwald, owner of the Wine Store in Montgomery; 2-4 p.m. March 2, hosted by Lisa and Will Papa of Wyoming. $50 (limited to 35 guests).
A Chocolate Lover's Fantasy, Steve Hellmich, master confectioner for Graeter's Ice Cream; 3-5 p.m. March 2, hosted by John Dallman and Katie Whelan of Amberley Village. $50 (limited to 30 guests).
Clowning Around, Allie Maggini and Susan Tew, clowns extraordinaire; noon-2 p.m. March 9, hosted by Peg Moertl of Hyde Park. $50 (limited to 20 guests).
Going Wireless: Conversations with a Psychic, Mary Lou Ackermann, counselor, teacher and lecturer; 2-4 p.m. March 9, hosted by Kay Copelin French of East Walnut Hills. $40 (limited to 25 guests).
Cincinnati's Best Kept Secrets - Revealed, Dianne Bohmer, former publisher of Cincinnati Magazine, 3-5 p.m. March 16, hosted by Barbara Hahn of Indian Hill. $50 (limited to 40 guests).
What's Happening to Me? Tips for having "That Talk" with your daughter, Iris Prager, president of American Association for Health Education, 3-5 p.m. March 16, hosted by interior designer Felicia Mangat of Indian Hill. $45 (limited to 30 guests).
Divas Divine, Nicholas Muni, artistic director of Cincinnati Opera, 204 p.m. March 23, hosted by Gail and Dick Forberg of Adams Landing, downtown.$50 (limited to 25 guests)
The Envelope Please . . . ,
Jackie Demaline, Enquirer arts reporter, and Ed Stern artistic director of Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, 3-5 p.m. March 23, hosted by Robert and Charlotte Otto of Indian Hill. $60 (limited to 40 guests).
A Lifetime in Politics,
Ohio Rep. William Mallory Sr., 3-5 p.m. March 30, hosted by Bonnie Rettig Of Westwood. $45 (limited to 25 guests).
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