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1-6DatebOOk THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Sunday, October 6, 1991 Programs All Datebook items must be typewritten on a standard sheet of paper and received by 5 p.m. Tuesday for publication the following Sunday. The name, address and daytime telephone number of the person sending the item should be included. Recheck the item for correct, time, place and spellings. Be certain the day of tthe week agrees with the calendar date. Publication is subject to space limitations and the judgment of Enquirer editors. Send to: Mary A. Napier, The Enquirer, 617 Vine St. Cincinnati, Ohio 45201. "CINCINNATI SCENES: The City in Fiction," 12:15 p.m. Wed., Huenefeld Tower Room, Main Public Library. Free. Bring lunch. 369-6960. RUG HOOKING, braiding and shirret workshops, 10 a.m.-l:30 p.m. Mon. and Oct. 14, 21 and 28 at Pleasant Ridge Community Center. $14 for sessions. 542-7514. OXBOW PROGRAM, 7:30 p.m Tues., Lawrenceburg Public Library on High Street. Sierra Club Miami Group videos, The Oxbow and Fanning With Wetlands will be shown. 451-5793. Christmas Boutique highlight of Soup Kitchen Festival A SEXUAL HARASSMENT workshop, 8:30-11 a.m. Oct. 16, Clifford Room at the College of Mount St. Joseph. Non-credit workshop free. Reservations required by Wed. 244-4805. The St. Francis Seraph Soup Kitchen Festival has become such a success that it has to move this year to accommodate all the activities. It will be from noon to 8 p.m. Oct. 13 at the St. Anthony Friary, 5000 Colerain Ave., Mount Airy. As in past festivals, there will be plenty of booths. A chicken dinner will be offered, $4 for adults, $2 for children. The highlight this year is the Christmas Boutique and the Bid-n-Buy Booth. The boutique has been expanded and includes many handcrafted items for Christmas, Easter, Halloween, Valentine's Day and other special days. Huge wreaths, floral arrangements, dolls, stuffed animals, toys of all kinds and items for the home are included in the items crafted by numerous volunteers. The Bid-n-Buy booth includes a 13-inch color television, a lynx fur jacket, a 6- by 9-foot Oriental rug, a John Ruth-ven framed print of St. Francis of Assisi, some Robert Fabe prints and a number of antiques including some Victorian chairs. ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION St. Francis Seraph Church, established in Over-the-Rhine in 1819, was the first Catholic church in the city. The current church, at the same Liberty and Vine Street site, was consecrated in 1859. The ENVIRONMENTAL WORKSHOP, "Churches United for Restoring Creation An Environmental Workshop," 7 p.m. Mon., Crestview Presbyterian Church, 9463 Cincinnati-Columbus Road, West Chester. 779-1634. CHILD ABUSE Symposium, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Oct. 15 and 22 at the Commonwealth Hilton, Florence, Ky. Free. Reservations by Thu. 572-3456. "AGING AS a Spiritual Journey," annual Aging Institute, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Fri. at the College of Mount St. Joseph. Cost is $35; includes lunch. Additional $10 charge for college credit. 241-7745. "FOOD FOR Thought," luncheonlecture, noon-l:30 p.m. Wed., Mayerson Hall auditorium, Hebrew Union College. Speaker: Dr. Alan Cooper. Topic: "Was There Ever a Book of J?" Cost is $10 a person; $75 for series. Reservations, 221-1875, ext. 306. The Cincinnati EnquirerGlenn Hartong Jeane McCafferty, left, the Christmas Boutique and Bid-n-Buy chairman, and Jodi Doll Douthirt, right, display crafts made by St. Francis volunteers. St. Francis Soup Kitchen serves 150,000 vides many of the children with food, meals a year, plus 100,000 sandwiches, clothing and other daily necessities. The Its school educates about 150 inner-city annual fall festival is the only fund raiser children in grades one through eight, conducted by the church. Information: most of the non-Catholics. It also pro- 721-4700. Health-wellness HOXWORTH BLOODMOBILE locations: Brown County General Hospital, 2:30-8 p.m. Fri.; Hoxworth Tri-County, 230 Northland Blvd., noon-7:30 p.m. Mon., Tue. and Thu. and 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Fri.; Hoxworth Western Hills, 2345 Ferguson Road, noon-7:30 p.m. Mon. and Tue., 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Fri. and 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat. Appointments, 451-0910. BARRETT CENTER Cancer Van (10 a.m.-3 p.m.): YWCA, 898 Walnut St., Tue.; Laurel Homes, 595 Armory Ave., Wed.; Clovernook Nursing Center, Thu. and Community Action Agency, Fri. 558-7698. MOTHERS OF Special Children's Directory of Services for Persons With Disabilities ($25) is available to professionals in the field by calling 821-2113. Parents may obtain copies at MSC meetings. Location for meetings, 563-7134 or 891-8311. CHILD HEALTH Day observance is Monday. Emphasis is being put on the use of car seats and safety belts and protecting children from preventable injuries. Northern Kentucky District Health Department, 491-6611. RED CROSS: CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation), 8:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m. Mon., Holiday Inn-Eastgate; 6-10 p.m. Mon. and Tue., Ockerman Junior High, Florence, Ky.; 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Mon., Red Cross building; 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Tue. and 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Sat., Swifton Commons Shopping Center, Bond Hill; Standard First Aid: 5:30-9:30 p.m. Mon. and Tue. Kenwood Baptist Church. Babysitting Instructor, 9 a.m.-noon Tue., Red Cross building. Child Abuse Recognition Review, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Tue., Red Cross building. Fee for all courses. 579-3080. "HEALTH AWARENESS Fair," 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Sat., Forest Fair Mall center court. Health screenings and annual Wal-kAmerica, a five-mile walk inside the mall to benefit the March of Dimes Campaign for Healthier Babies. Free admission. 821-0006. DIABETES CONTROL Program of the Northern Ky. District Health Department will be offering classes for diabetics and their families, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wed. and Oct. 23, 30 and Nov. 6 at Boone County Health Center. Dinner provided. Registration, 341-4264. DEPRESSION SEMINAR, 7 p.m. Tue., Good Samaritan Hospital. Speaker: Dr. Logan Jones. Free. 872-2692. "DEPRESSION: AWARENESS, Recognition and Treatment," noon, Mon. at the Main Public Library, 800 Vine St., downtown. Bring lunch. 369-6960. ; "KID-A-FAIR," Free health screenings, 10 a.m.-l p.m. Sat., Dearborn County Hospital, Wilson Creek Road in Lawrenceburg. (812) 537-1010. : STRESS WORKSHOP, 6:30-9:30 p.nj. Thu., Providence Hospital, Mount Airy. Cost is $15; includes workbook. 853-5296. : "AVOIDING AND Rehabilitating Workout Injuries," techniques for injury-free workouts, 7 p.m. Wed., Crescent Women's Medical Group. $5 a person. Reservations, 891-0211. "CULINARY HEARTS Kitchen," 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wed., and 11 a.m.-l p.m. Thu., both at St. Francis-St. George Hospital. Cost is $10. Registration, 853-5296. SELF-HELP SUPPORT GROUPS: ; THEOS, support group for widowed persons, 7:30 p.m. Tue. and each second Tue. at Madeira Presbyterian Church, 8000 Miami Ave. 923-4599 or 385-8062. ABC, Adults Beyond Co-Dependency, 7:30-9 p.m. Mon. at 3174 Mack Road, Fairfield; Tue. at Friarhurst Center, 8136 Wooster Pike and Wed. at St. Joseph Center, 6532 Beechmont Ave. Used books for sale A used book sale including fiction, romance tales, children's books, history, biographies offers a splendid chance to obtain some good books to read during those gray winter days. Most will be $1 , paperbacks 25C or five for $1 . The Friends of the Campbell County Libraries' used book sale is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 12 (rain date, Oct. 19). The sale will be held on the lawn in front of the Cold Spring branch library, 3920 Alexandria Pike, Cold Spring, Ky. In addition to the books, an autographed copy of Jesse Stewart's poem "Kentucky Is My Land," will be raffled at 5 p.m. 441-8319. Gourmet cakes for sale Double Chocolate Chip Sour Cream, Sugar Plum and Poppy Seed Almond three gourmet cakes made by Busken Bakery are being sold for $10 each to benefit the American Cancer Society They are made with natural ingredients and contain no additives or preservatives. Each cake is wrapped and packaged in an exclusive keepsake tin, making them ideal gifts. The cakes can be purchased at any of the 13 Busken Bakery locations. Or you can place a Holiday Gourmet Cake order, charged to VISA or MasterCard, by calling Vikki Reece at the American Cancer Society, Hamilton County Unit, 559-1050. Behind the scenes . . . Lisa Willbrand n .iiiiii.iii.i.iii. ii.iiii.inmi.iii.i.i iipm mi, )t uuiiwmmmmmmmm I 9h St r ? ,x v PROFILE: A Michigan native, Willbrand graduated from Fontbonne College in St. Louis and obtained a master's degree in education from the University of Cincinnati. She and husband Jeffrey, an ear, nose and throat specialist moved here in 1974 when he became a resident at UC. The Willbrands live in Hamilton and have three children. CIVIC PRIDES: Willbrand became involved with the Fort Hamilton-Hughes Memorial Hospital Colleagues when they were organized eight years ago. Their focus is on fund raising and raising awareness of the hospital. DamFest, a communitywide fund-raising event held in Hamilton in September, is their major project and one she chaired this year. It focuses attention on the hospital but also on Hamilton, the new dam and lake, says Willbrand. She also is proud that DamFest booths are operated by not-for-profit organizations, enabling them to also raise money. The Willbrands are "really involved with Young Life Central Committee, a Christian heritage group which ministers" to high school students. In addition, she is co-chairwoman for the second time of the Fairfield School levy campaign. ON REWARDS: "I think communities are enriched by other activities other than the businesses in the area. If it weren't for other organizations, we would have a very self-centered society. By being a volunteer I can help ensure that that richness continues in our community." ON STARTING: "Think of something you're interested in and pick up the phone. All you need to do is ask and there will be something to do." PUBLIC FORUM on police response crises involving mental illness, 4-6 p.m. Wed. at Cincinnati Restoration, Inc., 1322 McMillan St. 621-3045. "RIGHT LIVELIHOOD," Home-Based Business Primer" for women seeking balance, satisfaction and a simplified lifestyle, 7:30 p.m. Tue., Health Re-Source Center, 1030 Main, Milford. $10. Reservations, 831-0830. SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN Leadership Conference national president, Rev. Joseph Echols Lowery, will address a "Get-Out-The-Vote rally, 4 p.m. Sat. at Greater New Light Baptist Church, 710 N. Crescent Ave. People interested in registering to vote can call 221-8100 or 221-5260. Registration closes at 9 p.m. Mon. CINCINNATI WILD Flower Preservations Society presents "Some Interesting Monocots," 7:30 p.m. Fri. at Avon Woods Outdoor Education Center, 4235 Paddock Road. Speaker. Dr. Victor Soukup. Free. "A PRACTICAL Approach to Managing Your Money," 7-9 p.m. Mon., Family Service of the Cincinnati Area, 205 W. Fourth St., downtown. Fee based on family income. 381-6308. NATIONAL COUNCIL of Jewish Women, Business and Professional Branch presents a program on poetry and prose for an about women by Sandra Froman, 7:30 p.m. Tue. at the NCJW office, 6200 Montgomery Road. Networking at 7 p.m. Free for members; $3 others. 871-3494. "AMAZING GRACE," upbeat presentation on the autobiographical rendition about the emotional and physical baggage women accrue in their lifetime, Tue. at the Museum Center in Union Terminal. Social hour at 11:30 a.m.; luncheon at noon. Cost is $15 a person. 561-7108. BULB SEMINAR, 10 a.m.-noon, Sat., White Oak Garden Center. Speaker: Bulb expert, Dolf Beelen from Holland. Free. Reservations required. 385-3313. Lisa Willbrand . . . Hospital Colleagues Volunteer opportunities tions. Free parking and lunch. 569-2300. MENTAL HEALTH Association of Cincinnati begins a six-week training program every Tue. and Thu. beginning Oct. 15 at the Community Chest Building, 2400 Reading Road. 721-2910. VOLUNTARY ACTION Center of the United Way and Community Chest of the Greater Cincinnati area offer these volunteer opportunities. 762-7171: Teach Reading and writing to adults in a literacy program. One day a week is required. Help the legals who assist seniors by taking calls on a new Ohio hotline and entering information into a computer. Weekdays, four hours. Typing, data entry and mailing skills are needed by a local agency for victims of arthritis. Weekdays. Work with certified teachers to help someone prepare for their G.E.D. Afternoons or evenings, 2-3 hours a week. Cartographers and graphic designers are needed to design a tourist map of historic spots for a northeastern suburb. Assist 3- or 4-year-olds from low income families by reading them stories, playing outdoor games, helping with artwork, meals and supervising activities during school hours. VOLUNTEER CINCINNATI offers the following opportunities. 721-CITY: Sales force for city-owned townhouse complex needed for 5 hours a week during October. Greet the public Mon. morning or afternoon. Assist in office and meeting location. Clerical help needed in Spring Grove area 5 hours a week. JEWISH HOSPITAL needs volunteers for the main lobby information desk, 4-8 p.m. Mon.-Fri.; patient transportation; flower delivery and various clerical posi SAVE THE Animals foundation needs volunteers to feed, clean and love cats (and a few dogs) at a shelter. People who can help with fund-raising or building renovation also needed. 221-8321. GOODWILL INDUSTRIES seeks professionals or others capable of working with staff to help develop opportunities for the disadvantaged. Flexible schedule. Good communicationpresentation skills. John Briggs, 771-4800. Fund-raisers MEDICAL FUND has been established for Mark Herron, fire victim. Send contributions to: The Mark Herron Medical Fund, co First National Bank of Southwestern Ohio, P.O. Box 476, Hamilton Ohio, 45012. "A BICENTENNIAL Sampler," luncheonprogram, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 18, Blue Ash Recreation Center1, 4433 Cooper Road. Tickets, $15 to benefit community Projects by the Blue Ash Woman's Club. Speakers and historical displays. Reservations: 984-2567. ANTIQUES FESTIVAL to benefit Children's Hospital Medical Center, Oct. 18-20 at Music Hall, downtown. Preview party (Oct. 17); lecture, luncheon, fashion show (Oct. 18); verbal appraisals (Oct. 19); luncheon lecture, Oct. 20. 321-1468. HOLLY DAYS Boutique, 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Oct. 13-14, St. Francis-St. George Hospital. Benefits the Cardiac Rehabilitation and Cardiac Equipment Project. 389-5120. FUND-RAISER PERFORMANCE, 8 p.m. Sat. at St. Williams Undercroft. Features The Starlight Singers, Seton-Elder Show Choir, Elder-Seton Ensemble. Tickets, $8 advance to benefit the Christian Family Center. Reservations, 921-2904. LUNCHEONCARD Party begins at noon, Sat. at the Town & Country, Covington, Ky. Reservations by Wed. Sponsored by Railway Business Women of Cincinnati. 292-9713. CINCINNATI FOLK life sidewalk sale, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat. at Arnold's, 210 E. 8th St. Live folk music and antique trinkets including old pictures. 852-9144. Support for seniors dealing with the loss of their spouses, 7 p.m. Mon. at Growthways, 3180 Harrison Ave. Free. Registration, 661-4500. "Overcomers Outreach," 12-step support group, 7 p.m. Mondays in Room 101 at Clovernook Christian Church, 1373 W. Galbraith Road. 522-7707. Adult cancer support group, 7-9 p.m. Tue. and 11 a.m.-l p.m. Fri. at the Wellness Community at the Towers of Kenwood, 8044 Montgomery Road, Suite 385. Free. 791-4060. BulimiaAnorexia Support group, 7:30-9 p.m. Mondays at Montgomery Church of Christ. 575-9145. Anorexia Bulimia Support Group, 7:30-9 p.m. Thu. and each first and third Thu. in the Family Room at Armstrong Chapel, Drake and Indian Hill roads. Free. "Shared Tomorrows," support group for families experiencing the death of an infant or child, 7-9 p.m. Thu. at the Louise Southgate Women's Center of St. Luke Hospital. Free. No reservations required. 572-3456. "Raising Your Grandchildren" support group begins 6-7:30 p.m. and continues Wednesdays through Dec. 4 at Mental Health Services East. 533-1000. Widowed Persons Service offers weekly support groups, meetings and socialsdinners for newly widowed persons. 984-6837. Resolve of Ohio, support group for couples experiencing any stage of infertility meets Mon. and each first Mon. of the month at Hyde Park Community Methodist Church. 369-8196. Parents' Program, series for the parents of pregnant and parenting teens In Butler County offered every six weeks. 868-6300, ext. 408. , Announcements METROPOLITAN CLASSICAL Ballet Co. of Cincinnati auditions, 1 p.m. Oct. 13 at 7815 West Chester Road. 777-4060. CINCINNATI HISTORICAL Society member party, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wed. at the Cincinnati Historical Society Museum, Union Terminal. Free to members; non-members may join for $45 at door. 287-7043. FIRE PREVENTION Awards dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. Fri. at the Cincinnati Marriott. Guest speaker: Bob Huggins, head coach of the UC Bearcats basketball team. Tickets, $20. 352-2345. MARIEMONT PLAYERS grand costume sale begins at 9 a.m. Sat. at the Walton Creek Theatre, Walton Creek and Muchmore roads, Mariemont. 321-3890. SENIOR COMMUNITY Service Employment Project (SCSEP), has job openings for people, age 55 and older. Applications, Thursdays only at 636 Madison Ave., 7th Floor, Room 709 or daily 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon.-Fri. at Northern Ky. Community Action Commission, 615 Sixth Ave., Dayton, Ky. 581-6607. C.C.A.T (CENTER For Comprehensive Alcoholism Treatment), awards luncheon, noon, Tue. at the Omni Netherland Plaza. Speaker: Bob Quinn. Tickets, $25. Reser- Classes p.m. $7 a class or $60 for ten weeks. 948-1321. CITIZENSHIP CLASSES begin at 6:30 p.m. Mon. at Travelers Aid International, 707 Race St., Suite 300, downtown. Fee. 721-7660. BASIC HEALING Yoga class for students at all levels begins at 7:30 p.m. Mon. at Northern Hills Unitarian Universalists Church on Fleming Road. Continuing Yoga for experienced students offers 5:45-7:15 PSYCHIC DEVELOPMENT classes, Sundays in the Tower Room at the Marriott Hotel, 11320 Chester. $5 a class. 851-4129. COMMUNITIES UNITED For Action offers classes for future home buyers, 7-9 p.m. Tue and Oct. 15 at Carthage Senior Center, 7017 Vine St. 541-2709. j; CLIFTON COMMUNITY Center is offering adult classes through Dec. 20. Participants are required to purchase a $5 membership card. Sessions in aerobics, volleyball and basketball. 961-5681. vations,.381-6660. 1

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