Loveland knows how to throw America a birthday bash. The Fourth of July is more than just fireworks in this town—bands, brews, food trucks, a circus stunt show, kids games and a parade were just some of the revelry patrons enjoyed. Of course, Rozzi’s fireworks lit up the night to finish the festivities off with a bang.
Wolterman Law Office’s Open House on July 26 was a sensational celebration. From the balloons to the pop-up bar on the porch, no detail was missed. Guests sipped frosty drinks while enjoying the impressive spread of charcuterie and other tasty bites. Clients both new and old toured the office and mingled with the Wolterman team. WoltermanLaw.com
It was a picture-perfect day for Loveland’s annual Memorial Day festivities. From LHS’s band and scout troops to the fire department, VFW members and more, the parade marched past a high-spirited crowd to our Veteran’s Memorial for the annual ceremony honoring local veterans. Mayor Kathy Bailey spoke on behalf of Loveland, thanking all those who’ve proudly served.
On May 23, owner Kelly Brannock welcomed us to her sanctuary at the grand opening of her new home decor store, Haven Grey. Located in the heart of Loveland’s downtown square, this chic boutique carries lines you won’t see everywhere—Mer-Sea candles and travel wraps, decorative prayer beads, Sugarboo inspirational signs—finishing touches that turn a house into a stylish home. HavenGrey.com
June 6 played host to the Little Miami River Chamber Alliance’s annual Symmetry Women’s Executive Luncheon at Oasis Golf Club. Local ladies were treated to lunch, networking and raffle prizes—plus inspiring talks on how working women can better balance their lives. This year’s speakers included Ann Tabor of Shine by Design and Kate Solomon, FC Cincinnati’s VP of Community Relations.
Loveland Lifestyle celebrated its launch and growing success May 22. Special thanks to Bishop’s Quarter for hosting us, plus Mayor Kathy Bailey, LMRCA President CeeCee Collins and Lori Holmes (owner of Holmes Custom Renovations) for toasting us. The team at Loveland Lifestyle salutes everyone who attended and thank all those who continue to help make our magazine a Loveland staple.
Makeup demonstrations, professional skin-care tips, sparkling wine and a DJ were among the at-first-blush highlights from Embody SKIN Care’s grand opening event May 9. Owner and esthetician Heather Buckles mingled and mixed with guests, expertly fielding any and all questions about her beautiful new location (located next to Biggby Coffee). EmbodySKINCare.com
Loveland resident Danny O’Keefe is an inspiration. Having endured brain trauma while saving his sister’s life during a vicious attack eight years ago, Danny’s recovery has been remarkable. Power Ryde hosted a charity ride on May 11 to raise funds for Danny’s ongoing medical bills. Want to help Danny further? Visit DannyOKeefe.org. Interested in other charity rides? Check out PowerRyde.com.
Quelle belle soirée—perfectly describing Spring en Provence, CMH Montessori School’s annual fundraiser and event. A rustic and romantic gala, April 13 found guests enjoying the glorious grounds of the Marmalade Lilly, along with a decadent dinner and live auction (always competitive!). As usual, the most coveted items of the night were the stunning works of art handmade by each class.
“Take me out to the ballgame … take me out to the crowd!“ And what a crowd for opening day of Loveland Youth Baseball. Fields were packed with parents and pop-up chairs. Prominent members of the community took the mound to throw out first pitches, an honor (and challenge?) that included Bob Johnson of Mathnasium and Judge Heather Russell.