• This Week At Home - 4.16.20

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    April 17, 2020
    We know it hasn’t been easy sheltering in place to prevent the spread of coronavirus, but we hope you’re finding some great ways to stay occupied. We’ve found a few more virtual activities to help you pass the time (and learn a little bit, too).

    On Monday, April 20 at 11 a.m., join the Cincinnati Museum Center for its STEM Girls Virtual event, an interview with Paula Lampley of the University of Cincinnati, to learn more about her role as Director of Women in Engineering. Every week, visitors can watch a new interview and help get young girls interested in STEM careers.

    Riverside Food Tours has the pleasure of bringing Cincinnati staples to its patrons. Its Food Tour Kit introduces the public to various restaurants across the city, and it now hosts a daily virtual tour of Findlay Market merchants. Every morning, viewers will get an inside look at different a Findlay Market merchant on FacebookYouTube, and Instagram.

    While we’re talking tours, American Legacy Tours, which is popular for taking attendees into the depths of all things historical Cincinnati, has started a YouTube channel, Hidden Cincinnati. Subscribers have the chance to see new episodes highlighting various buildings and stories surrounding the Queen City.

    If you were able to partake in Round 1 of our Cincy Card Connection program, which is now completed, we’d like to thank you for helping raise $250,000 for Downtown Cincinnati businesses. If you would have liked to participate but were unable to, keep an eye out for an announcement regarding Round 2 coming soon. You’ll have a great opportunity to support more local businesses that keep Cincinnati thriving.