Community News

St. Augustine Summer Festival

If you’re looking for 2022 Catholic Church festivals in northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati, stop by the St. Augustine Summer Festival on June 10-11 from 5:00pm to 11:00pm.

Take a chance on games like Beat the Dealer and Big 9 or Big Card Poker. Choose your lucky duck and win $1,000 on one of the Kenducky downs races.

Kids games include pop a shot, football toss, bouncy house, ring toss and other festival favorites. Check out free putt-putt and giant jenga.

There’s great food, cold beer and dessert, with live music! Make sure to save the date for the St. Augustine Summer Festival and grab your raffle tickets online!

You can find more information about St. Augustine’s Summer Festival HERE.

 

Pro-Life Boot Camp

Pro-Life Boot Camp  will be held this July 2022.  This is a wonderful opportunity for our students to engage in pro-life activities and to also become educated on our pro-life efforts! You can find more information about Pro-Life Boot Camp here: Boot Camp Flyer 2022

 

Calming the Chaos

Fun Today to Enhance Fun Tomorrow Workshop
Saturdays, 10:00-11:00 AM | 5 Spiral Dr. Ste 100, Florence, KY 41042 May 21st and June 4th

This workshop for families is all about having fun! We will also learn ways to calm energy levels in your home and during family outings. We’ll explore emotions, calming, and routine while we play a little, craft a little, and relax a little, too!

 

Be Calvin Kind 5K Run 7 Walk

Register HERE.

 

SND – 4th of July Festival – 100 years of Festival Fun!

Mark your calendar for this year’s 4th of July Festival hosted by none other than the Sisters of  Notre Dame. This is a very special year as it is the 100th 4th of July festival hosted by the Sisters. You can find out more information about this wonderful community event here:  Festival Flyer 2022 2

 

Volunteer this summer at Notre Dame Urban Education Center

NDUEC is looking for high school volunteers over the summer. Each June they host a summer academics program for students living in the urban core of Covington. The program runs from 10a-12p at their center focusing on math and reading/English with an hour of tutoring in each subject using the Summer Solutions workbooks. The primary goal of their Summer Academics program is to bridge the learning gap over the summers months between the regular school years. They provide an avenue for learning retention and help students maintain and build academic skills.

Volunteer Hours
9:45a-12:15p
Monday – Thursday
During the 4 weeks of June
Volunteers do not have to commit to every day. They are flexible!
Interested persons should reach out to our Executive Director, Sister Maria Therese at smtherese@nduec.org or visit our website at nduec.org/volunteer-opportunities.

 

Bringing the gift of music to  students

Educational School Performance Opportunity
The Southbank Quartet in Residence of the Immanuel School of Music (ISM) is dedicated to the community’s needs, with a targeted focus on youth outreach and enrichment. Should you have interest in scheduling an Educational School Performance for your school with The Southbank Quartet contact Ellen Stephens (ellen.stephens@immanuelumc.org).

ISM String Programs for Schools
Looking ahead to next school year, are you interested to learn a String Instrument? (Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass) ISM could meet those needs with their String Programs which include: Mozart Strings!Beethoven Strings, BSE, Concert Strings, Youth Orchestra, and Sinfonia. ISM faculty are professional musicians with university degrees in their discipline. Mrs. Julie Geiman is happy to schedule a meeting if you are interested.

ISM Flyer Private Lessons

#Summer Programs2022

 

Seeking Lower Tuition Payments?

Parishioners of St. Thomas (POST) is a non-profit group based in St. Thomas Parish, Fort Thomas, that provides opportunities to school families to reduce tuition costs or for parish members to meet personal tithing goals by working Reds and Bengals games. Any family member of a Diocese of Covington parish or school is eligible to participate. Training is necessary. For more information, contact Oak Martin at poststthomas@gmail.com.