Sometimes, busy lives and schedules leads to a falling out among friends. It’s not uncommon for women to feel as though they no longer connect with the other women around them.
That’s how Andrea Khoury, founder of Housewives in the City, felt after she graduated college. She no longer had her group of girlfriends and felt that there was a need for adult women to have a social group.
What started in 2011 has since expanded to more than 30 cities across the country – including the Cincinnati Housewives in the City.
The group hosts monthly happy hour-style events that take place at local restaurants, bars, or spas while also featuring local businesses.
“Housewives in the City offers women opportunities to support each other both online and at our free monthly meet-ups,” says Cincinnati Housewives in the City’s new Director Sash Thoen. “You’ll find an amazing group of women to connect with that you’ll soon call friends.”
The group is currently in relaunch mode, after hosting their official relaunch at the beginning of July.
Thoen says that she wanted to connect with the recruiting team for Housewives in the City after moving back to the Tri-State from the Carolinas in April.
“I’m taking this new opportunity to get out there and meet new people and help grow a community of women who support each other,” she says.
Thoen says that what makes the group unique is that it’s able to bring together the community at monthly Ladies Night Out events and Networking Socials while also supporting great causes including local non-profits. Additionally, the group gets to shine the spotlight on locally-owned businesses and thrives to be the go-to social media spot to find out what’s going on in and around Cincinnati.
Currently, Thoen says, the focus for the Cincinnati Housewives in the City chapter is to grow the community.
“I have two ladies night out events scheduled. One on August 20 at Ameriano Burger Bar called ‘Rompers and Cocktails’<https://www.