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Cincinnati, Ohio  45211
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Tuesday, October 26
Cincinnati's German Heritage (Cincinnati Museum Center Virtual Speakers Bureau Program via Zoom)  (Area Event)
2:00 pm
via Zoom (Cincinnati Museum Center Live Virtual Speakers Bureau)
The 19th century German settlement in Over-the-Rhine, an area located north and east of the Miami Erie Canal, was unique. Here the German population established their own city within Cincinnati, reconstructing the culture of their homeland. Churches, shops, schools, building and loans, breweries and other industries were abundant throughout their community, along with beer gardens, singing societies, theater and a Turnerverein (Turner Gym) for recreation. Learn how this lively, crowded, close-knit community left a lasting imprint on the entire society of Cincinnati.
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Cincinnati Wine: An Effervescent History
Wednesday, November 10
Cincinnati Wine: An Effervescent History  (Membership Meeting)
7:00 pm
Westwood First Presbyterian Church (3011 Harrison Ave - enter from Koenig Ave)
Dann Woellert will discuss Cincinnati wine history.  Cincinnati was a leader for much of the early wine making in this country.  Westwood played an important role both for its vineyards and vintners like Michael Werk.   Dann's reasearch is the focus of his new book, Cincinnati Wine: An Effervescent History.  Copies will be available for purchase.


Tuesday, November 23
The Story of Bourbon (Cincinnati Museum Center Virtual Speakers Bureau Program via Zoom)  (Area Event)
2:00 pm
via Zoom (Cincinnati Museum Center Live Virtual Speakers Bureau)
This program about the story of bourbon is divided into two parts.  The first part is the story of bourbon and how it fits into the history of liquor in the United States. In the second part, pictures and short videos from Kentucky's famous distilleries will help to explain how bourbon is manufactured.
 
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Tuesday, December 28
Getting There (Cincinnati Museum Center Virtual Speakers Bureau Program via Zoom)  (Area Event)
2:00 pm
via Zoom (Cincinnati Museum Center Live Virtual Speakers Bureau)
For over two centuries, Cincinnatians embraced a variety of transportation modes that Cincinnatians.  Whether settling in the region or traveling to distant destinations, people had transportation choices such as flatboats, canal boats and steamboats. Gradually, within the city, there were choices for travel to work and play such as inclines, streetcars and eventually the automobile. Why was the Rapid Transit System proposed in the early 20th century never finished? And why is the Greater Cincinnati Airport across the river in Kentucky?
 
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