ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT PROPOSED EASTERN
CORRIDOR HIGHWAY IN MARIEMONT
Mariemont Preservation Foundation
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 10:00
A significant national announcement regarding the impact of the Eastern
Corridor's proposed relocation of SR32 through the Village will be made.
Please stop by to hear this exciting news!
Tours: Following the announcement, the
Mariemont Preservation Foundation will host a historic walking tour of
the Village at 11:00 AM.
Also, the Ohio Ornithological Society will host
a bird watching walk in the South 80 Park at 11:00 AM.
MPF Funds Village
Groups & Programs
This year MPF
set aside $15,000 in grants to fund local projects that make the village a
University of Cincinnati professor Ken Tankersley received $500 to perform soil
tests in the Village's lower 80 acres.
MPF also awarded $2,000 to create trail signage for the South 80 acres, which is
a combination of woods, farmland and community gardens abutting the Little Miami
Another $1,500 grant went to the Woman's Art Club Cultural Center, 6980
MPF's Grant Committee encourages other residents and organizations to submit
projects that would help "in making Mariemont a better place." Grants could be
awarded for cultural, educational or historical purposes, but must be geared
towards betterment of the Village.
Further information regarding this year's awards can be found at
Future Grant Applications
Grant awards will be made twice
yearly, once in mid-March and again in mid-September. If you would like a Grant application,
or more detailed information about the program, please contact Lisa Woodruff,
MPF's Executive Secretary, 271-1166 or pick up at the MPF office at 3919
Plainville Road. You may also email Lisa at
Mariemont: A Pictorial History of a Model Town
Text by Millard F. Rogers, Jr.
Design by Karen Monzel Hughes
history is beautifully expressed in the illustrations and text of this generous-size, 9"x12" hardcover book, a new publication
by Ohio University Press and the Mariemont Preservation Foundation. Black-and-white illustrations
are drawn from the extensive MPF archival collection of drawings, maps, and
photographs and from other carefully selected sources. Architects'
renderings, John Nolen's plans, and photographs of Mariemont by the eminent
Nancy Ford Cones are included. Color photographs by award-winning
photographer Robert Flischel and designer Karen Hughes show today's Mariemont.
SPECIAL PRICE (through MPF): $48.00 (tax included).
MPF MEMBER PRICE: $45.00 (tax included) SHH: $6.00
would like to order a signed and personalized copy of this book, please go to Stores Page
or call 513-272-1166 or email