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20th Century Cincinnati

Alli Walker
11 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday February 23 | $7.

 20th Century Cincinnati returns to the new East West Exhibit Hall at the Sharonville Convention Center to bring you post-Victorian design trends of the past century. The show features 60 exhibitors to offer eye-popping assortments of decorative accessories such as paintings, posters, art, glass, pottery, dinnerware, and textiles. 



Where: Sharonville Convention Center
Phone: 513-771-7744
Address: 11355 Chester Road
Website: www.ci.sharonville.oh.us/scc

Sharonville Convention Center

11355 Chester Road
Cincinnati, Ohio
45246
 
The Sharonville Convention Center and the surrounding area offer all the amenities of big city convenience, with an atmosphere of a relaxed suburban location.
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