Verity Traditions

Verity Traditions connecting community and campus with the tradition of verity lodge

All Verity Traditions programs are free and open to the public. A light meal is served at 5:45 pm for the first sixty attendees.

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The Golden Years

February 27, 2020 | 6:00 pm | Verity Lodge

The older we get, the more we find ourselves buried in collected items and sentimental belongings. Whether you are downsizing or planning for a simpler future, this seminar prepares you for this new chapter of life.

Skills attained through The Golden Years include:

  •     Travel through life with less.
  •     Find humor in what you been keeping.
  •     Conquer forgetfulness and find your things.
  •     Discover how downsizing can be a little fun.
  •     Take action with play-by-play steps.

Your Golden Years should be spent enjoying what’s really important. Parting with clutter allows for more time with family, friends and life’s little pleasures.

Cincinnati Museum Center presents the Powel Crosley Story

Postponed|New Date TBA| March 24, 2020 | 6:00 pm | Verity Lodge

Powel Crosley Jr. built radios for the masses, not the high classes, and soon was known as the “Henry Ford of Radio.” He was a pioneer in radio broadcasting and so much more. Discover the many innovative products he produced, particularly the ones used to help win WWII. Learn of his hardworking, talented brother, Lewis, who could bring Powel’s ideas to life. Their partnership made the name Crosley well known and profitable while many other companies failed.

Hollywood on the Ohio

May 5, 2020 | 6:00 pm | Verity Lodge

Meet the great film stars from the Ohio Valley, Southwestern Ohio and Northern Kentucky. From the silent picture days through current screen offerings there have been a number of famous stars who were “homegrown” to this area. Can you name the Oscar winners who grew up here? Some film stars who were very successful in television called Ohio home as well. Presented by Cheri Brinkman, local author, and former Miami Regionals’ Hamilton campus faculty member.



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