We had a blast in June at
Sponsor Appreciation Night: Backyard Bash on June 15, 2023
Sponsored by: Bricker Graydon and Jostin Construction
Thanks to our fabulous hosts for opening up their home:
ERS Board Member JoAnn Hagopian and her husband, Gary.
Music Through the Ages on September 22, 2023
Sponsored by: Diocese of Southern Ohio
At The Cincinnati Club
Suggested Attire: Semi-Formal
An evening of elegance in one of Cincinnati's oldest and grandest ballrooms. Featuring marble staircases, towering columns, gilded doors, elaborate woodwork and ornate ceilings, The Harrison Ballroom represents the tremendous history and rebirth of our beloved Queen City. Cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and a sumptuous dinner will match this lavish décor.
Music transcends time and bridges people from all walks of life. Join us as we celebrate the impact that music has on our lives, including the older adults served by ERS.
Musical entertainment throughout the evening will include:
Jazz Guitarist Carlos Vargas Ortiz
ERS' own Elise Hyder, classically trained opera singer
Cincinnati renowned cellist Nat Chaitkin
Who will "de-classify" classical music by leading us through a musical journey from Bach to The Beatles, with a program that will appeal to lovers of all musical genres and eras.
A Night at the Improv on November 3, 2023
Sponsored by: The Ed and Joanne Hubert Family Foundation and TheKey
At The Carnegie Center in Columbia Tusculum
Suggested Attire: Dressy Casual
A gift to the People of Cincinnati by Andrew Carnegie in 1906, the Carnegie Center served as a public library until 1959. As the chilly November winds begin to whip through, you will want to be inside this cozy and inviting Beaux Arts style building dominated by large arched windows, majestic 22-foot ceilings, brass chandeliers, concentric-patterned wood floors and natural woodwork and window seats that enhance the charm and warmth of the space.
Following cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and a gourmet dinner by Jeff Thomas Catering, the show will begin! Rodger Pille, local director and performer, will lead a professional troupe in the evening's light hearted entertainment for a night of hilarity.
On a more serious note, ERS staff trained in utilizing improv techniques will also demonstrate how to incorporate these methods to dramatically improve communications with individuals living with dementia.
If you would like to join our waiting list for A Night at the Improv, please email Sarah Meyer.