Monday: If you’ve never been to this historic pub/restaurant, it’s about time you went!
Tuesday: Hot topic – If you’ve got strong feelings about immigration, this discussion group is for you. This group will gather to share opinions on immigration, discuss its impact in the Greater Cincinnati area and observe misconceptions about immigration and the citizenship process. 7-9 p.m. Kenton
Wednesday: Los-Angles based artist Mark Bradford will share the inspiration behind his exhibit Maps & Manifests. His large-scale mixed media work makes use of advertisements and billboards as the raw materials with which to address modern urban issues such as sprawl and globalization. See the trailer video produced by the Art Museum’s Teen Advisory Board here. 7 p.m.
Thursday: Women’s history month is still going strong at the William Howard Taft National Historic Site. Today kicks off an entire week, called Women’s Art: Women’s Vision, acknowledging and celebrating the lives of outstanding women in American history, both past and present. Fantastic works of art by local artists Carol Abbott, Pat Statzer, Amy Wallace, Jancy Jaslow, Meg Robinson, Margaret Rhein and Julie Hucke will be on display, including: oil & watercolor paintings, pottery, needlework, photography, jewelry, quilting, & much more. 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. through Wednesday March 26. William Howard Taft National Historic Site,
Spice up your workout with Salsa – beginner’s classes by Kama Salsa at 1018 Delta in