Check the list below for programs, exhibits, and events in your area.
Chautauqua/Lyceum Series (9th Season)
An ongoing Chautauqua-style performance series in Mount Vernon provides 26 chances throughout the year to learn and be entertained.
The 2015 Schedule can be found at http://www.elixirpresents.com/
Celebrate the centennial of the Louis Sullivan Building of Newark on Saturday, August 22, 2015 from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm with a series of programs to discover first-hand the rich history and many facets of Louis Sullivan and Newark’s “jewel box” bank.
Authentic Narratives: Ohio’s Regionalists 1915-1950
Springfield Museum of Art
September 12, 2015 to January 29, 2016
Authentic Narratives brings together works by Ohio artists capturing Ohio’s distinctive expression of Regionalism rooted in the state’s more diverse blend of agriculture, industry, and cultures that demonstrates a fertile “crossroads” of style, and social commentary that belies Regionalism’s more simplified, grassroots connotation.
Austen in Autumn
Mentor Public Library
September – October
The Mentor Public Library celebrates everything Jane Austen with a series of book clubs, film festival, adult and children’s English teas and more.
September 30, 7pm, Mark Holbrook as Mathew Brady: An Evening with Mr. Lincoln’s Cameraman
Old Worthington Library
820 High Street
Worthington, OH 43085
Suburbanscapes: Art Beyond the Metropolis
September – November
City of Kettering, Department of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Arts
A series of programs examine the sociology and history of suburbia and commemorates the 60th anniversary of Kettering’s incorporation.
Books by the Banks
October 17, Cincinnati
Sponsored by Ohio Humanities since 2007, Books by the Banks: Cincinnati USA Book Festival takes place every October in downtown Cincinnati. The day-long festival, which is free and open to the public, features national, regional, and local authors and illustrators, and book signings.
Find out more at http://booksbythebanks.org/