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Inside you'll find: neighborhood events like the 17th Annual Sap Run, happenings at the Arts Center, school news, the final Guardian Bank Speaker Series, and detailed information about the Kennedy Ave Bridge Replacement Project. 

We'll see you around the neighborhood!
Tuesday, March 24
Alzheimer’s Monthly Support 

at KH Presbyterian Church
6:30-7:30 p.m.
513-841-1499 to register
Wednesday, March 25
Guardian Bank Speaker Series:
The Joy of Home Ownership

at KH Arts Center Mansion
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, March 28
Masaai African Drummers
at Pleasant Ridge Library
2:00 p.m. All Ages.

Saturday, March 28
Opening Reception of
Student Art Show

at KH Arts Center Mansion
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Kennedy Ave Bridge, old and failingBeginning in mid-April (but after our beloved Sap Run) the Kennedy Avenue Bridge will be closed in order to be completely replaced.  The bridge is inspected annually and while it is currently safe for all legal vehicles, the bridge is in poor condition. The deterioration has advanced to the point where rehabilitation is not feasible, necessitating replacement.

The road will be closed from mid-April until mid-November, with final completion by the end of 2020. Detours will be clearly marked but will cut through a few dense residential zones. Please be aware of speed limits and respectful of neighbors and pedestrians through this time of transition.

Kennedy Park will remain open throughout the project (preserving Play in the Park!), though some driveway reconstruction and repaving will be needed.

The official website for the project can be found at
Our contact with the City is: Brandon Lecrone, P.E., City of Cincinnati, DOTE
(513) 352-6106 |
In 2019, the difficult decision was made to cancel the long-standing tradition of the Kennedy Heights Progressive Dinner. The decision was not made lightly, but was naturally met with great disappointment from many neighbors. An ad hoc committee of six met to discuss its future. They have several ideas of how to "relaunch" the event in Fall 2020, but they need neighborhood participation. If you are interested in carrying on this well-loved tradition, please reach out to Steven Greiser at
Mark your calendar for the next Community Council Meeting. 
March 17, 2020
Kennedy Heights Presbyterian Church
6:30 p.m. FREE Dinner
7:30 p.m. Public Council Meeting
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