Eat for Art

What is it?
Cocktails! Dinners! Parties!

Where are these parties held?
In many locations – check invitation for details.

How many parties can I attend?
As many as you wish!

How will the parties be filled?
Parties will be filled as reservations are received so reserve early for the one(s) you want!

How do I RSVP?
By credit card – call Park Office at 868-1234.

Helping a good cause by eating…how fun is that?

Food Among the Flowers

Saturday, September 17
6:30 PM

Appreciate the Great Outdoors while sipping cocktails and enjoying an alfresco picnic featuring local, seasonal ingredients in Pyramid Hill’s own Native Plant Garden. Local gardening experts will be on hand to answer your gardening questions. Attendees will receive a booklet on the Native Plant Garden as a special gift of the evening.

This Eat for Art event provides a unique opportunity to enjoy dinner and a show at Pyramid Hill. In partnership with TigerLion Arts, Pyramid Hill will present Nature, a mythic telling of Emerson and Thoreau’s love of the natural world at 5 PM, followed by Food Among the Flowers at 6:30 PM.

Guests are invited to purchase tickets to the show and picnic for only $100/non-members or $95/members. Additional information about Nature can be found at www.pyramidhill.org.

Cocktails & Picnic $70/person OR Cocktails & Picnic w/ Nature Play $100/person ($95 members). Cocktails & Picnic Limited to 40 guests.

Hosted by Barbara Wilks

Once in a Lifetime Tailgate Party!

Sunday, September 18
12:30 PM
Bengals vs Steelers

Cheer on this Central Division battle on the big screen in the LODGE at beautiful Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park! Fun and commentary by former NFL players!

Gear up at 12:30 PM with other fans for beer and beverage, and fab tailgate grub with insights from experienced NFL players! Wear your team colors and don’t miss this chance to root home a winner! Kickoff at 1 o’clock!!!

$100 per person
Limited to 100 attendees

Sponsored by:
Miller Coors
National Football League Alumni Cincinnati
Honi & Neil Cohen

Raiders of the Lost Aria

Friday, September 30
6:30 PM

Enjoy an evening of song under the stars and amid the artifacts of The Ancient Sculpture Museum at Pyramid Hill with the Harry T. Wilks Artistic Director of Cincinnati Opera Evans Mirages and Cincinnati Opera artists.

Explore the ancient mystery and symbolism of Mozart’s masterpiece THE MAGIC FLUTE while surrounded by priceless Egyptian sculptures dating to 1550 B.C.

Cocktails, Wine, Dinner and Program
$100 per person
Limited to 30 guests

Parking at the museum.

Hosted by Nanci & Nick Lanni and Patty & Jim Beggs.

Funk Your Junk

Sunday, October 9
3 PM

Join artist Penny Brooks in her art barn/studio as you sip selected wines and unleash your creative side. With Penny’s encouragement, good laughs and a lot of paint, you will turn your (or Penny’s) small furniture (or other) item into a unique work of art. Then enjoy dinner and great conversation with your “fellow artists”. Paint and brushes, inspiration and some instruction supplied. Let yourself go and return home with your own unique artwork!

$100 per person
Limited to 15 guests

Attire: Clothes you can paint in!

Hosted by Penny Brooks
6370 Day Road, Cincinnati, OH 45252

Buenos Noches

Saturday, November 5
6:30 PM

In the gracious home of Bill and Jackie Groth, enjoy an evening with a Spanish flair! Guests will eat and drink the night away with paired Spanish wines, a wonderful assortment of tapas, a bountiful dinner featuring Spanish paella, followed by Jackie’s beautiful desserts.

$100 per person
Limited to 20 guests

Hosted by Bill and Jackie Groth

Stay Home Party

Is your schedule too full?
Can’t find a sitter?
Have nothing to wear?

Don’t Worry! Enjoy an evening at home while helping Pyramid Hill to promote the arts. Tell them you want the “Stay Home Party”.

Donation: Whatever you wish to give will be greatly appreciated!

Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park is a 300+ acre wooded park with over 60 monumental sculptures and Museum of Ancient Sculpture, located just outside Hamilton, Ohio. Pyramid Hill seeks to provide the community with a place to experience and enjoy sculpture, and to interact with the arts and nature. Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization. Proceeds from Eat for Art will be used for park maintenance and programming.

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