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Western Hills UFOs
Wednesday, February 28
Western Hills UFOs  (Area Event)
9:00 pm
Muse Cafe (3018 Harrison Avenue at Montana)
The US Air Force collected reports of unidentified flying objects between 1947 and 1970.  Greg Hand reviewed the reports when they were declassified recently and identified several from the west side of Cincinnati.  Find out when and where UFOs came to visit and what the Air Force thought.  Also hear about one seen by a Cincinnati celebrity.  (FREE.  Open to the Public)



In the Very Beginning:  Early Westwood
Wednesday, March 14
In the Very Beginning: Early Westwood  (Membership Meeting)
7:00 pm
Westwood First Presbyterian Church (3011 Harrison Ave - enter from Koenig Ave)
The story of Westwood dates back to the earliest days of the 19th century, decades before the Village of Westwood was incorporated in 1868.  While limited, there are some valuable records of life in those days and tales of a number of the early pioneers and how their lives were intertwined.  Come and get a sense of what life was like and how much Westwood has (or has not) changed.  (FREE. Open to the public)


Thursday, March 22
Wild, Wild Westwood: Cincinnati's 1899 War on Westwood's Saloons  (Area Event)
7:30 pm
West Side Brewing (3044 Harrison Avenue)
Newly annexed by Cincinnati, Westwood was a headache for the city's police department in 1899.  Rowdy slaoons at the end of the Westwood streetcar line were the cause.  Greg Hand will tell the colorful saga involving Boss Cox, rigged elections, a Civil War colonel, bloody streetcar brawls, competitive bowling, and ragtime music.  Learn how law and order came to Westwood, and why Cheviot decided to incorporate.  (FREE.  Open to the Public)