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Sing Along With Your Valentine

Emmi MacIntyre
Noon-1 p.m., Thursday February 14

This year for Valentine's Day, have a sing along with your Valentine while listening to The Walnut Hills Senior Ensemble perform under the direction of Lisa Peters. Accompanying The Ensemble at the rousing concert will be the "master musician" Mark Dvorak and his banjo, providing for a lively program of traditional and American folk music.



Where: Mercantile Library
Phone: 513-621-0717
Address: 414 Walnut St.
Website: reservations@mercantilelibrary.comĀ 

Mercantile Library

414 Walnut St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45202
 
The name refers not to the collection but to the Library's founders, who were young merchants and clerks. Organized in 1835, it's the city's senior library and one of the oldest cultural institutions in the Midwest.
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