Oftentimes, the first "heroes" that come to mind are police officers, fire fighters, and those who serve our country in the armed forces--all of whom certainly deserve the "Hero" label. However, heroes come in many forms. You'll find them throughout your community -- those very special people who make a genuine difference in the lives of others. Bellevue celebrates allHeroes tonight!
Nominations can also be made in person at participating In Vue businesses. Online and in-person nominations must be made by Saturday, April 9 by 4 pm. The Winning Hero will be announced on "Super Heroes Day", April 16th, and will receive a key to the city!
Witt's End Candy is celebrating firefighters as our local hero and will be serving a beverage called the Firehouse Special and holding a trivia contest about firemen/firehouses. Completed contest sheets will be entered into a drawing for a "My Mouth's on Fire" candy basket filled with treats like Hot Tamales, Atomic Fire Balls, Red Hots, Cinnamon Balls, etc.
We hope you'll participate in our raffle of a prom dress with proceeds going to our hero for the evening - Kenzie's Closet. Kenzie's Closet provides prom dresses for young women with financial needs; helping carry on the organization's namesake, Kenzie Comisar's, belief: "Every girl should feel like a princess on her prom night."
Our hero sells amazing products that give back in huge ways. The dōTERRA Healing Hands Foundation™ is dōTERRA International's non-profit organization committed to improving lives through partnering with organizations that offer hope to millions around the world. Healing Hands seeks to bring healing and hope to the world, for lives free of disease and poverty, and to ultimately empower impoverished communities with the tools needed to become self-reliant. dōTERRA International provides for all overhead and administrative costs of the Foundation, ensuring that 100 percent of all donations go directly to those receiving aid.
The DAV are heroes by providing a lifetime of support for veterans of all generations and their families, helping more than 1 million veterans in positive, life-changing ways each year. In 2015, DAV helped attain more than $4 billion in new and retroactive benefits to care for themselves and for veterans, their families and survivors. DAV is also a leader in connecting veterans with meaningful employment, hosting job fairs and providing resources to ensure they have the opportunity to participate in the American Dream their sacrifices have made possible.
Tonight we honor our hero that honors heroes in our region - Honor Flight Tri-State. Honor Flight Network is a non-profit organization created solely to honor America's veterans for all their sacrifices. They transport our heroes to Washington, D.C. to visit and reflect at their memorials. Top priority is given to the senior veterans - World War II survivors, along with those other veterans who may be terminally ill.
Third Saturday Celebration - A family friendly event
Saturday, April 16 from 11 am to 3 pm
This event includes a Super Hero Costume Contest and Activity Challenge for kids!
May IN VUE
Mom's Night Out
Friday, May 6 beginning at 5 pm
A special Ladies' Night Out with extra-special rewards for Moms!
Third Saturday Celebration
Saturday, May 21 from from 10 am to 3 pm
We're celebrating the beauty of Springtime with blossom and garden themed items along with visiting vendors.
Bethany Rose Pottery Featured at Frame and Hang Studio Gallery
The opening gallery reception featuring the work of Bethany Kramer, ceramic artist, teacher, and owner of Bethany Rose Pottery LLC is on Friday, April 1 from 5 to 9 pm at Frame and Hang Studio Gallery located at 401 Fairfield Avenue.
Bethany received her BFA from Northern Kentucky University in 2007, concentrating in ceramics. Ever since Bethany took her first pottery class at NKU, she has worked hard to carve out her ceramic path. She has displayed her work in several local gallery shows, and has exhibited her work in even more local, well respected art fairs like the Hyde Park Art Show and The Clay Alliance Spring Pottery Fair in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Art in the Park in Bellevue, Kentucky where she was awarded 1st Place for Fine Craft in 2015. Also in the summer of 2015, Bethany was a featured artist in the international magazine, Where Women Create, published by Stampington and Company. Recently, Bethany has collaborated with local chefs, creative designers, photographers, and other artists to expand on her work. Some of this work can be experienced at several locations in Cincinnati, Ohio, including the well acclaimed Salazar's in Over the Rhine, Mita's (also created by chef/owner Jose Salazar) and Nada. Not only can you eat off one of her taco plates at the newly opened Nada in Indianapolis, but you can see some of her unique glaze work on the facing brick throughout different areas of the restaurant. Her collaboration with different chef/owners has led her to her latest work with Frida 602 in Covington, KY. While developing her line of restaurant work, individual place settings, and one of a kind serving wares, Bethany works at Queen City Clay, a large ceramic studio in Cincinnati, Ohio. She has helped to manage the studio, coordinate workshops and events, and currently teaches beginning and advanced level classes.
Express yourself as you shop and dine with the Poetry Slam at Avenue Brew (scroll down for more info), mad libs at restaurants, and merchants bringing poems to life. Be sure to pick up a complete collection of featured poems at participating shops.
Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words. - Robert Frost
Frame and Hang Studio Gallery invites you to the opening night of their new show featuring Melissa Yeazell. Melissa has been expressing herself through art for as long as she can remember. Her current media choices include acrylic on canvas, watercolor, and glass repurposing.
Her paintings express her emotions in the present moment, usually through intense colors and brush strokes and occasionally with words. She gives color to her hopes, successes, anxieties, hesitations, and stories of her heart and grounds them on the canvas. Her process is quick, covering the canvas with color. She then rotates the canvas 90 degrees once, twice, and sometimes three times, each view speaking to her differently on a soul level. The final expression might represent a figure or a place or an animal or whatever her soul desires, leaving her essence on the canvas.
Her glass work has been a new adventure in self-expression. The glass, spanning from the 1940s to 1980s, was discovered in a creek bed on the golf course that she tends to every day. The glass was used to shore up the sides of the creek. Each piece of glass she works with has a story, and she adds new glass or oil paint to give it new life that adds luster in many forms.
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Upcoming Events In Vue
Third Saturday Celebration - a family friendly event
Saturday, March 19 - 11 am to 3 pm
Celebrate Our Local Heroes
Friday, April 1 beginning at 5 pm
Third Saturday Celebration - A family friendly event