Events through Nov. 26
Some area Catholic events through next weekend.
Nov. 17, Office of African American Catholic Ministries Gospel Choir Concert, Cincinnati Art Museum, 1:30 pm. Free concert for Black Catholic History Month.
Nov. 17, Virtual Pilgrimage to Lourdes at St. Margaret of York parish in Loveland (OH). Marlene Wadkins, director of the North American Lourdes Volunteers, will lead. For information call 513.683.7100.
Nov. 17, Ruthie Foster in Concert at Martin Marietta Theater (Harrison, OH), 7:30 pm. Tickets available from the Greater Cincinnati Performing Arts Society; $5 from each ticket goes to the Catholic elementary school of your choice. See http://gcparts.org/ for information.
Nov. 17, Stepping up to the Call pilgrimage for vocations, St. Charles Center, Carthagena, 8:30 am – 11:45. For information email Sister Mary Yarger at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Nov. 18, A Taste of Lebanon! at St. Anthony of Padua Maronite Catholic Church (Victory Parkway), noon-6:00 pm. Delicious Lebanese Food and Pastries! All items under $5.00, Admission and Parking are free. Carry-out available. For information see www.stanthonyofpaduachurch.com or call (513) 961-0120.
Nov. 18, 41st Annual Armed Forces Sabbath at Holy Cross-Immaculata Church (Mt. Adams, OH), 11 am. Co-sponosred by the Greater Cincinnati NAvy League of the US, the Reserve Officers Association, and the Reserve Officers Association League. Service of all those in the Navy, and all armed forces, will be acknowledged at this special Mass.
Nov. 18, Greater Cincinnati Performing Arts Society Fundraiser at Colerain Bowl, featuring music by Cindy Cashdollar; guest appearance by Jackie Bristow. Doors open at 5 pm and music begins at 6 pm. For information call (513) 385-0157.
Nov. 18, La Salle High School Annual Holiday Arts & Crafts Show, 10 am – 4 pm. More than 100 artisans and crafters featured in this juried show and sale sponsored by the La Salle Parents Association. Admission $1.
Nov. 24 – January 27: “At the Manger: Peace on Earth” Annual Nativity Scene Display at the University of Dayton, no charge. Three floors of displays from the largest collection of nativity scenes in the United States and perhaps the world. Tours available; times vary. For information on exhibits, hours, directions and parking, visit http://udayton.edu/libraries/manger or call (937) 229-4234.
Nov. 24, Grand Open House at the University of Dayton Libraries, 1 – 5 pm. UD begins its annual display of nativity scenes from around the world with a one-day Open House featuring children’s activities, live entertainment by the Dayton International Festival Singers and renowned guitarist Jim McCutcheon, Stable Shop, light refreshments, and (for die-hard fans) a college football viewing area. No charge.
For more upcoming Catholic events, see our Events Page.
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