Community Wellness Expo at Mason Community Center

Discover exciting new ways to get and stay healthy at the annual Community Wellness Expo on Saturday, January 26 at Mason Community Center! This event is free and open to the public. Participants at the Expo will have the opportunity to explore over 25 health and wellness exhibitors from 9 a.m. to noon.

Come browse the different vendor booths for a variety of health tips and wellness information! Featured vendors at this year’s Wellness Expo include TriHealth medical services, senior care, chiropractors, fitness and recreation services, swim safety, natural health products, and more! Come receive a variety of health and wellness information in one convenient location at Mason Community Center!

Members at the Mason Community Center can also enjoy six new LesMills group exercise fitness launches including BODYPUMP, GRIT, CXWORX, TONE, SH’BAM, and BODYFLOW on January 26. Take a break in between group exercise launches to check out all of the exciting vendors at the Wellness Expo!

If you’re a health and wellness business or organization that would like to participate in the event as a vendor, please contact Dan Chambers at dchambers@masonoh.org or 513-229-8555.

We hope to see you there!

 

New Resident Coffee in Mason

NEW RESIDENT COFFEE IN MASON

Residents who recently moved into the City of Mason or the Mason City School District are invited to meet other new residents and learn more about the area during the Community Center’s New Resident Coffee. The coffee is being hosted by Community Basket representative Carrie Monley and is sponsored by the City of Mason and the Mason Deerfield Chamber.

New Resident Coffee will be held at the Mason Community Center on Wednesday, January 2 beginning at 10:30 a.m. The Mason Community Center is located at 6050 Mason-Montgomery Road.  Refreshments will be provided by Meet Me on Main Café and tours of the Community Center will be included. Those in attendance will also receive a one-day family pass to the Community Center. Children are invited to participate in Kids Korner “free” while parents learn more about the City of Mason.

New resident coffees are held on the first Wednesday of each month. The next New Resident Coffee will be held on Wednesday, February 6, 2019.

New Resident Coffee in Mason

Residents who recently moved into the City of Mason or the Mason City School District are invited to meet other new residents and learn more about the area during the Community Center’s New Resident Coffee. The coffee is being hosted by Community Basket representative Carrie Monley and is sponsored by the City of Mason and the Mason Deerfield Chamber.

New Resident Coffee will be held at the Mason Community Center on Wednesday, December 5 beginning at 10:30 a.m. The Mason Community Center is located at 6050 Mason-Montgomery Road.  Refreshments will be provided by Meet Me on Main Café and tours of the Community Center will be included. Those in attendance will also receive a one-day family pass to the Community Center. Children are invited to participate in Kids Korner “free” while parents learn more about the City of Mason.

New resident coffees are held on the first Wednesday of each month. The next New Resident Coffee will be held on Wednesday, January 2, 2019.

 

New Resident Coffee in Mason

Residents who recently moved into the City of Mason or the Mason City School District are invited to meet other new residents and learn more about the area during the Community Center’s New Resident Coffee. The coffee is being hosted by Community Basket representative Carrie Monley and is sponsored by the City of Mason and the Mason Deerfield Chamber.

New Resident Coffee will be held at the Mason Community Center on Wednesday, November 7 beginning at 10:30 a.m. The Mason Community Center is located at 6050 Mason-Montgomery Road.  Refreshments will be provided by Meet Me on Main Café and tours of the Community Center will be included. Those in attendance will also receive a one-day family pass to the Community Center. Children are invited to participate in Kids Korner “free” while parents learn more about the City of Mason.

New resident coffees are held on the first Wednesday of each month. The next New Resident Coffee will be held on Wednesday, December 5, 2018.

Promote Your Holiday Event With the Christmas in Mason Calendar

If you are planning a Holiday event or activity throughout the month of December, don’t miss out on the opportunity to be included in the City’s 2018 Christmas in Mason Calendar! Local businesses and organizations can promote their Holiday event in the City’s Christmas in Mason Calendar which will be distributed at the City’s Tree Lighting Ceremony on Friday, December 7 as well as promoted on the City’s website and at the Mason Community Center.

 Please see the below guidelines for submissions:

  • Event or activity open for the public to enjoy
  • Takes place within City of Mason limits
  • Holiday or Winter theme

If you’d like to have your event or activity included in the Christmas in Mason Calendar please contact the City of Mason by Wednesday, November 21 by phone at 513-229-8500 or email at pio@masonoh.org.

New Resident Coffee in Mason

Residents who recently moved into the City of Mason or the Mason City School District are invited to meet other new residents and learn more about the area during the Community Center’s New Resident Coffee. The coffee is being hosted by Community Basket representative Carrie Monley and is sponsored by the City of Mason and the Mason Deerfield Chamber.

New Resident Coffee will be held at the Mason Community Center on Wednesday, October 3 beginning at 10:30 a.m. The Mason Community Center is located at 6050 Mason-Montgomery Road.  Refreshments will be provided by Meet Me on Main Café and tours of the Community Center will be included. Those in attendance will also receive a one-day family pass to the Community Center. Children are invited to participate in Kids Korner “free” while parents learn more about the City of Mason.

New resident coffees are held on the first Wednesday of each month. The next New Resident Coffee will be held on Wednesday, November 7, 2018.

City of Mason Hosts 2018 Heritage Festival and Parade

On Saturday, September 15 the City of Mason will host the annual Heritage Festival and parade and is sure to include family fun for all ages! The event will begin at 10 a.m. with the annual parade followed by live music, kids entertainment and attractions, local food vendors and exhibitors throughout the afternoon. This FREE event is open to the public and will be held at the Mason Municipal Campus located at 6000 Mason-Montgomery Road.

EVENT SCHEDULE

10 a.m. –Parade Begins in Downtown Mason

11 a.m. – Heritage Festival Begins at the Mason Municipal Campus

11 a.m. – Live Music by the Kevin McCoy Band

1:30 p.m. – Live Music by Stagger Lee

4 p.m. – Event concludes

PARADE

The annual parade will begin at 10 a.m. at the Mason Downtown Plaza on West Main Street/ US Route 42 and will begin traveling east on Main Street and head south on Mason-Montgomery Road ending at the intersection of Lakeside Drive and Mason Montgomery Road. The best area for parade viewing is on Mason-Montgomery Road near the Mason Municipal Center where viewers will be able to enjoy short performances by parade participants.

ROAD CLOSURES

Beginning at 6:30 a.m. U.S. Route 42 from Fifth Avenue to Mason Montgomery Road will be closed due to parade staging and assembly. At 9:30 a.m. Mason Montgomery Road from Main Street to Lakeside Drive will be closed for the duration of the parade. Roads will reopen at the conclusion of the parade which is anticipated to occur at approximately noon. Detour signs will be posted prior to the parade. The Mason Municipal and Community Center Campus can be accessed from Nixon Park Drive throughout the parade.

ACTIVITIES AND ENTERTAINMENT

Kids can enjoy access to a large variety of attractions such as various inflatables, giant board games, interactive activities, face painting, and more! Kids’ activities require a wristband that can be purchased inside Mason Community’s Symbiosis leading up to the event and at information tents on the day of the event. Kids zone wristbands are $5 and all proceeds raised will benefit the Mason Parks and Recreation Foundation’s goal of building the all-inclusive Common Ground Playground.

At 11 a.m. live music will begin on stage with The Kevin McCoy Band playing a mix of original hits, country and rock and roll! At 1:30 p.m. stick around for the best of country rock by Stagger Lee.

Parking for the event is available at Corwin Nixon Park, Pine Hill Lakes Park and Mason High School.

For more information regarding the 2018 Heritage Festival please visit www.imaginemason.org or call the City of Mason at 513.229.8500. We hope to see you there!

 

New Resident Coffee in Mason

Residents who recently moved into the City of Mason or the Mason City School District are invited to meet other new residents and learn more about the area during the Community Center’s New Resident Coffee. The coffee is being hosted by Community Basket representative Carrie Monley and is sponsored by the City of Mason and the Mason Deerfield Chamber.

New Resident Coffee will be held at the Mason Community Center on Wednesday, September 5 beginning at 10:30 a.m. The Mason Community Center is located at 6050 Mason-Montgomery Road.  Refreshments will be provided by Meet Me on Main Café and tours of the Community Center will be included. Those in attendance will also receive a one-day family pass to the Community Center. Children are invited to participate in Kids Korner “free” while parents learn more about the City of Mason.

New resident coffees are held on the first Wednesday of each month. The next New Resident Coffee will be held on Wednesday, October 3, 2018.

 

Movie Night in Mason

Celebrate National Parks and Recreation month by joining your friends, families and neighbors for an outdoor movie featuring a screening of Disney’s Moana at the City of Mason Golf Center on Sunday, July 22!

Movie Night is FREE and open to the public. The event will feature activities for kids of all ages to enjoy beginning at 6:30 p.m. including bounce houses, face painters, crafts, a putting contest and more! The CourseView Restaurant will be open throughout the duration of the evening and patrons can also enjoy a hamburger or hot dog with chips and a drink for only $5. The outdoor movie will begin at 9 p.m.

Movie Night is just one of many opportunities to celebrate National Parks and Recreation Month in Mason. Residents can celebrate all month long by participating in programs, enjoying the amenities at the Lou Eves Municipal Pool and Mason Community Center, or exploring one of Mason’s seven parks or 17 miles of bike trails.  This year’s theme, “A Lifetime of Discovery”, challenges the community to explore all of the undiscovered areas of parks and recreation within Mason and educates individuals on how parks and recreation activities enhance physical health and mental wellbeing.

For more information on Movie Night at the Mason Golf Center, please contact Dan Chambers, Program Supervisor at 513.229.8555 or by email at dchambers@masonoh.org or visit www.imaginemason.org. We hope to see you there!

 

New Resident Coffee in Mason

Residents who recently moved into the City of Mason or the Mason City School District are invited to meet other new residents and learn more about the area during the Community Center’s New Resident Coffee. The coffee is being hosted by Community Basket representative Carrie Monley and is sponsored by the City of Mason and the Mason Deerfield Chamber.

Due to the Independence Day Holiday, the coffee will be held at the Mason Community Center on Wednesday, July 11 beginning at 10:30 a.m. The Mason Community Center is located at 6050 Mason-Montgomery Road.  Refreshments will be provided by Meet Me on Main Café and tours of the Community Center will be included. Those in attendance will also receive a one-day family pass to the Community Center. Children are invited to participate in Kids Korner “free” while parents learn more about the City of Mason.

New resident coffees are held on the first Wednesday of each month. The next New Resident Coffee will be held on Wednesday, August 1, 2018.