Harvest Pancake Brunch a success

The Harvest Pancake Brunch was a grand success, attracting half again as many people as expected. Many thanks to all the people who pitched in to make it a fun event.  The food was delicious thanks to our donor sponsors and the volunteer cooks though it was hard keeping up with the demand.  Common RootsContinue reading “Harvest Pancake Brunch a success”

EcoJam V w/ The Tillers – Fri, June 16th

Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage Presents… EcoJam V @ Common Roots Pub 3462 W 8th St, Cincinnati, OH 45205 Friday, June 16th 6 – 11 pm $8 admission Kids under 12 FREE Music by The Tillers, Electric Radio Circus, Jean Dowell & Mike Oberst, and Rockne Riddlebarger Guest M.C. Danny Korman by Improv Cincinnati Craft FoodContinue reading “EcoJam V w/ The Tillers – Fri, June 16th”

Spring Plant Sale

Join Urban Earth Farms for our 8th Annual Spring Plant Sale! Get your garden started with lots of annual vegetables, greens, herbs, and flower starts. Many perrenials and heirloom varieties available All proceeds go to Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). Saturday & Sunday, May 6 & 7 10 am – 2 pm Saturday & Sunday, MayContinue reading “Spring Plant Sale”

Get involved with the Ecovillage!

Are you interested in what’s going on in the ecovillage? Are you interested in becoming a member? Are you a member, and want to know how you can get involved? Do you have an idea that would benefit our community? Then join us on Saturday, Feb. 27 from 4pm – 8pm at Imago for theContinue reading “Get involved with the Ecovillage!”

Village General Store news

We have an update about the Village General Store at the corner of Enright Avenue and 8th street, and you can come and see it for yourself on Wednesday, January 13 for a Soup Potluck at 6 pm. According to our contracting company, Red Door, the outside back stairway is due to be finished byContinue reading “Village General Store news”

Food Day tomorrow, rain or shine!

In conjunction with Slow Food, Green Umbrella, and our local Kroger, Enright Ridge Ecovillage planned a pizza party to show off the new cob oven at the Terry St. Commons/Garden. This was intended to celebrate National Food Day…. However, after days and weeks of beautiful fall weather, the forecast seems to be threatening rain….  WeContinue reading “Food Day tomorrow, rain or shine!”