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It's Kenner!  It's Fun!
Wednesday, December 8
It's Kenner! It's Fun!  (Membership Meeting)
7:00 pm
Madcap Education Center 3064 Harrison Avenue at corner of Urwiler and Epworth Avenues

Just in time for the holidays we will hear about Kenner Products from Bill Wills and Josh Blake who are with Kenner Collectors. They will discuss Kenner toy lines both well known and more obscure as well as the company's history and its impact on Cincinnati where it were founded.


If you ever wondered if your old Kenner toys would hit pay dirt on the Antiques' Roadshow, feel free to bring them along.  As time permits, our speakers will give estimates of their worth.  They might even be interested in buying some items, particularly prototypes or Kenner company artifacts and documents.

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?