Activities & Events
Experience the Cincinnati Community
The Cincinnati State Honors Program offers a series of out-of-the-classroom opportunities for students. The purpose is to provide cultural, social, scientific and/or community building activities that will create learning experiences for the students. And, of course, fun!
Honors Program students must attend a minimum of four events in an academic year in order to maintain "active status." The cost will be subsidized when possible.
Pride and Prejudice
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. A new adaptation by Jon Jory.
Romantic misundertstandings. Rejected proposals. Requisite happy endings. Jane Austen's sparkling comedy of manners is first and foremost a romance of women of great intelligence. Pride and Prejudice, in a new adaptation by Jon Jory, follows the sharp-witted Elizabeth Bennet in her exploration of romance- led not just with her beauty, but also with her brain. Bring your valentine to enjoy one of the most beloved stories in literature, brought to life on the CSC stage with shimsy, warmth, and wit.
History in Bloom
Enjoy the beauty of the famous historic cemetery and arboretum - there will be carriage rides and walking tours. You will meet costumed historic characters who will tell you of the early days of Cincinnati.
Tour the museum and the special exhibition. No cost and free parking! Stay for a lunch in the museum courtyard cafe.
During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, American impressionist painters turned their atention to the garden, finding it an ideal subject for the study of light and color in landscape. They were not alone. Appreciated for their variations of form, color, style, and silhouette, gardens consituted a key cultural interest of the period. The vogue for gardening expressed itself in the birth of garden clubs, horticultural and hobbyist publications, the establishment of civic and private gardens, and new modes of garden design.