Gearing Up for 2020!
Thank you for all of your support in 2019! Click the image below to read a little about what we've accomplished this year. Keep reading to get a taste of what's coming in 2020.
WHRF is Hiring!
WHRF is seeking proposals from accounting firms and individuals for part-time bookkeeping to start in 2020. Check out the position description and application instructions here.
A Conversation with Dr. Elizabeth Yuko at Comfort Station

Click the image to be directed to the event page and purchase tickets for our conversation with Dr. Elizabeth Yuko at Comfort Station, only $10!
CoMADE Departure and Opportunity at 954 E McMillan
CoMADE, our tenant at the former Kroger building, recently and reluctantly made the decision to cease all operations. We are so sorry to see them leave the neighborhood.  The initiative has been unable to secure the necessary funding required to maintain operations.  Effective immediately, CoMADE has suspended all operations and ceased activities at its Walnut Hills location. Before closing, CoMADE reached out directly to all members of the tool library.

CoMADE President, Rich Kiley, said: “We are deeply saddened that we cannot continue. CoMADE was a groundbreaking initiative focused on regenerating manufacturing in urban locations as well as preparing workers for employment with manufacturers. Unfortunately, that vision requires substantial funding and we have been unable to find the necessary partners who can help us turn the vision into a reality. We would like to thank our Board of Advisors, initial donors, and partners for their help and support.”

With CoMADE leaving the space, the former Kroger building is now on the market. We are currently seeking other creative ideas for the building. Please share with your networks and click here to see the listing so we can get this space active again.
Food Forest Delivery
Don’t forget, Produce Perks are now available at Food Forest! You can have your groceries delivered for FREE!

Free delivery around the neighborhood multiple times per week. This pilot has been made possible by the generous support of The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation. Download the Food Forest online grocery ordering app at !
Walnut Hills is Beautiful...

Residents weigh in on what makes Walnut Hills Beautiful.
Frederick Douglass Elementary Planting Panther Garden Club
A Frederick Douglass Elementary Planting Panther garden club member rips the mighty Okra out of the ground.
Kathryne Gardette Speaks
to ULI's REAL Program
Kathryne Gardette—resident, business owner, and President of Walnut Hills Area Council—talks about what it means to be involved on a neighborhood level at ULI's Real Estate Accelerator Lab. Thanks to the Dillard Center for hosting!
Horses, Donkeys, and Walnut Hills Urban Agriculture

These are the workhorses (and donkey) of our urban agriculture’s no man-made fertilizer efforts. They produce a mountain of manure—over 30 cubic yards a year. 
Last PopUp Produce Until Spring

Residents came and got greens (and pinks & oranges) at the last PopUp Produce Stand of the season.
Get Involved
Walnut Hills Area Council

Thanks to everyone who came out for the Walnut Hills Area Council (WHAC) Holiday Potluck! The next WHAC meeting is at 6:30pm on January 9th at Bush Rec Center.
Walnut Hills Business Group
The Walnut Hills Business Group will meet at 9am on December 19th at HGC Construction (2814 Stanton Avenue).  
A Conversation with Dr. Elizabeth Yuko
Leadership Series for Community Councils or Board Members hosted by Invest In Neighborhoods
Dec 18, 5:30-7:30pm @ 315 W Court St ( Register Here )
Walnut Hills Business Group
Dec 19, 9am @ HGC Construction
Property Tax Working Group
Dec 19, 9-10:30am @ 805 Central Avenue, 7th floor
Housing Resources Meeting
Dec 19, 6-7pm @ Bush Rec Center
Dec 1–29 @ Cincinnati Art Museum
Neighborhood Cleanup
Jan 4, 9-11am @ Cafe Desales (monthly event, rotates between WH, EWH, & Evanston)
Walnut Hills Area Council (WHAC)
Jan 9, 6:30-8pm @ Bush Rec Center
Thanks to Music Resource Center for a radio broadcast, check out @
Walnut Hills Historical Society On the Road Series: Scaling Walnut Hills
Jan 15, 6:30-8pm @ African American Chamber
Walnut Hills Business Group
Jan 16, 9am @ HGC Construction
Housing Resources Meeting
Jan 16, 6-7pm @ Bush Rec Center
Art After Dark: Monochromatic
Jan 31, 5-9 pm @ Cincinnati Art Museum

Food Forest - FREE Grocery Delivery - now with Produce Perks! SNAP/EBT accepted
Download the Food Forest online grocery ordering app at !

Healthy Harvest Mobile Market
Every Friday 1-3pm @ 954 E. McMillan St

Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation offices will be closed
Dec 23rd - Dec 27th

Be sure to stop in at the Walnut Hills Library and check out their Walnut Hills Weekly for more events!

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