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The Center for Beauty at Franciscan University of Steubenville Spring Series

Tony & Nina Gentile Gallery, J.C. Williams Center, Franciscan University 1235 University Blvd., Steubenville, OH

"The Need for Sensible Images in Theology" by Dr. Michael Waldstein, professor of theology at Franciscan University. Open to Public.   No charge. Series is sponsored by the Center for Beauty, the Henkels Family Fund, and the Fine Arts Society. For more information and video on demand of some presentations, go to franciscan.edu/monday-arts-and-culture-series.

Heart Healthy Hike – Purple & Red Trails – Beatty Park

Beatty Park 621 Lincoln Ave, Steubenville, OH

February is Heart Healthy month celebrate with a Winter Hike. Meet at the Old Stone Lodge/Purple "Trailhead Sign," where the stone wall at the old Caretakers House is located (on the left, first parking lot before the 1st stone bridge), will begin promptly at 10 a.m. This is a Level Two Hike to the Old Stone Lodge. If you complete the entire hike, it will be a little over 3 miles, with portions of the hike uphill on the way. Bring bottled water and/or a backpack with a warm drink, snacks, hand warmers. hat, etc. At the stone lodge, anyone can stop and sit by the fire OR you can continue with some of us to the McCook/Red trail and loop to the cemetery and back to the old stone lodge where we can all warm up by the fire. You can bring/carry a small fold up chair (or sit on a log) by the fire. We will hike back down to our cars. Anyone attending can do part or all of the hike and leave and complete the hike at their own pace or schedule. This event could be cancelled due to bitter cold or ice. If there is snow and winter temps, the hike will take place, after all, it is a winter hike.

Lecture Series: Building an Independent Farmstead

Leonardo's Coffee Shop (second floor) 159 N. 4th Street, Steubenville, OH

  Event by The Healing Land Duration: 2 hr Shawn and Beth Dougherty, authors of The Independent Farmstead, national speakers, and residents of Toronto, Ohio, will share their extensive experience on how to build your own independent farmstead. The winter lecture series runs once a month on Wednesday nights at Leonardo's Coffeehouse, starting at 7pm. Wednesday, February 15 @7pm The Dairy Cow and Pasture Management Wednesday, March 22 @7pm Beating the Feed Bill Blues Wednesday, April 19 @7pm Feeding the Family from the Farm All lectures are free and open to the public. Sponsored by: The Healing Land, New Polity, Book Marx, Jefferson Soil & Water Conservation District, and Leonardo’s Coffeehouse  

Mardi Gras 2023: A Night of Bliss!

Froehlich's Classic Corner 501 Washington St., Steubenville, OH

To benefit Hilltop Children's House; info and tickets at hilltopchildrenshouse.org

The Center for Beauty at Franciscan University of Steubenville Spring Series

Tony & Nina Gentile Gallery, J.C. Williams Center, Franciscan University 1235 University Blvd., Steubenville, OH

Musical Performance "Aria and Oratorio" by Dr. Jessica Ewell, associate professor of music, Professor Eliza Symington, adjunct professor of music; and Franciscan University student soloists. Open to Public.   No charge. Series is sponsored by the Center for Beauty, the Henkels Family Fund, and the Fine Arts Society. For more information and video on demand of some presentations, go to franciscan.edu/monday-arts-and-culture-series.

The Center for Beauty at Franciscan University of Steubenville Spring Series

Tony & Nina Gentile Gallery, J.C. Williams Center, Franciscan University 1235 University Blvd., Steubenville, OH

  "The Art of Songwriting" by Franciscan University students AmyLynn Miller and Ari Shovak, and Dr. Monica Anderson, professor of theatre. Open to Public.   No charge. Series is sponsored by the Center for Beauty, the Henkels Family Fund, and the Fine Arts Society. For more information and video on demand of some presentations, go to franciscan.edu/monday-arts-and-culture-series.

Lecture Series: Building an Independent Farmstead

Leonardo's Coffee Shop (second floor) 159 N. 4th Street, Steubenville, OH

Event by The Healing Land Duration: 2 hr Shawn and Beth Dougherty, authors of The Independent Farmstead, national speakers, and residents of Toronto, Ohio, will share their extensive experience on how to build your own independent farmstead. The winter lecture series runs once a month on Wednesday nights at Leonardo's Coffeehouse, starting at 7pm. Wednesday, February 15 @7pm The Dairy Cow and Pasture Management Wednesday, March 22 @7pm Beating the Feed Bill Blues Wednesday, April 19 @7pm Feeding the Family from the Farm All lectures are free and open to the public. Sponsored by: The Healing Land, New Polity, Book Marx, Jefferson Soil & Water Conservation District, and Leonardo’s Coffeehouse.

Easter Egg Hunt/Easter Bunny at Beatty Park

Beatty Park 621 Lincoln Ave, Steubenville, OH

A good old fashion Easter Egg Hunt and pictures with the Easter Bunny. The children we be split into two age groups. Age Group up to 6 will be hunting eggs in one area while 7+ will be hunting in another area. Real colored eggs will be hidden for the children to find. Following the hunt, children can get a picture with the Easter Bunny and will go up to the Storybook Walk to read the new story and the Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County Book Mobile will be there with snacks and crafts AND Skimmer, the book worm will be there for pics too!  

The Center for Beauty at Franciscan University of Steubenville Spring Series

Tony & Nina Gentile Gallery, J.C. Williams Center, Franciscan University 1235 University Blvd., Steubenville, OH

Musical Performance  "Quartet No. 2 in D Major by Alexander Borodin" featuring Cleveland Orchestra members Stephen Tavani, violin; Zhan Shu, violin; Dane Johansen, cello; and Stanley Konopka, viola, director of Franciscan University's New Chamber Orchestra and assistant principal violist with the Cleveland Orchestra. Open to Public.   No charge. Series is sponsored by the Center for Beauty, the Henkels Family Fund, and the Fine Arts Society. For more information and video on demand of some presentations, go to franciscan.edu/monday-arts-and-culture-series.