Hamilton Journal News
Tech help events
Butler County business owners, professionals and entrepreneurs are invited to join the library on Wednesdays, March 3, April 7 and May 5 from 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. for an online/virtual Zoom chat. Take a working lunch for a brief, freeform conversation around a tech-centered theme and share tips on how you leverage tech to improve your professional life.
■ March 3 – Video Conferencing
■ April 7 – Social Media
■ May 5 – Mobile Apps
This program is free and open to the public. Registration is required for each session. Register at www. lanepl.org or call 513-7852727. For more information,
The Trenton Historical Society will hold an open meeting at 7 p.m. today at the Trenton Mennonite Church, Main Street. The Community Room is large which will allow space and distance. A mask policy will be observed.
A program will be presented by several area quilters about their love of the art. Examples of their craft will be displayed.
Also displayed will be the 3-by-3 foot quilted wall hanging in the Ohio Star pattern made by Orville and Jean Roach. This hanging is being raffled as part of the society’s 50th anniversary celebration
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum will be hosting its 7th annual Founder’s Day event March 11 in honor of founder Harry Thomas Wilks’ birthday. Admission to the park and museum will be free to all guests. The park will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Explore the beauty of art and nature Harry Wilks envisioned.
Harry Thomas Wilks was a prominent lawyer in Hamilton County who actively served the community through various philanthropic committees. In 1986 Harry purchased the initial 40 acre property to build his home, now the Pyramid House. Eventually he envisioned something more, manifesting a space to preserve nature and exhibit world class sculptures that through his dedication grew into the Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park guests can enjoy today. Sharing his love for both art and nature with visitors brought many years of joy and satisfaction before passing on his 89th birthday in 2014.
For more information, go to www.pyramidhill.org or call 513-868-8336.
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Leah Riegert, of Liberty Twp., is one of 22 heart disease and stroke survivors who will be sharing their stories as part of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement.