Chinese/English Bilingual Food Tour at Findlay Market 中英文双语美食团, June 28

Do you speak Chinese and do you want to share your language with others?  Are you looking to practice your Chinese language skills?  Do you love to eat?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, this bilingual escorted food tour (including food samples) of Findlay Market is for you! June 28th, 5:30pm-7:00pm, 1801 Race Street.  Hosted by Cincinnati Food Tours and the Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber of Commerce.  For information and reservations: Chinese Tour

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Germania Society German Day Celebration at Findlay Market, June 3rd

Come and celebrate the kickoff of German Day week!  Enjoy this celebration of German heritage in the OTR Biergarten at Findlay Market, 1801 Race Street in Over-the-Rhine. There will be German music and dancing, a parade and reception. 10:30am-1:30pm, sponsored by the Germania Society.  For information: German Day

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Italy in Cincinnati

Cincinnati’s Italian heritage is still alive and kicking!  Italian immigrants came to our city in the 1800s and their influence is still felt in our restaurants, markets and festivals.  For a list of Italian flavored events and organizations in Cincinnati, go here: Italy in Cincy

Germany in Cincinnati

Germans first came to Cincinnati in the 1800s in great numbers.  Their culture is stamped all over our city!  Today, we are one of the 3 most German cities in the USA, along with St. Louis and Milwaukee.  Over 20% of Cincinnati residents have German heritage! You’ll find many German flavored festivals, restaurants, businesses, churches, schools and much more!  For a comprehensive list, see: Germany in Cincy

France in Cincinnati

Did you know there are 50 French companies in the Cincinnati area and our city exports over $1.5 billion to France each year?  French visitors are always welcome to our Queen City and there is a host of organizations, restaurants, educational programs, markets and festivals which cater to our French population.  For information, see this link: France in Cincy

Latin America in Cincinnati

We have a large Spanish speaking population in our city, with people coming here from all over Latin America!  There are a variety of organizations, restaurants, markets, educational programs, churches and festivals that celebrate and welcome our Hispanic and Spanish speaking residents!  Learn more here: http://globalcincinnati.org/resources-2/cultural-guides/latin-american-cultural-guide/