Community Events

Concerts in the Square

Concerts in the Square is a free summer concert series hosted in St. Lawrence Square. All of the artists in this music series have some sort of affiliation with Price Hill. Whether they live(d), work, or play in the area; they have a deep love for the Price Hill community.


Learn, Create, Celebrate Event Series

This event series consists of three celebrations, inspired by Hispanic culture and holidays: Día de los Muertos in October, Las Posadas in December, and Las Alfombras in April. Each event has three aspects:

  1. Learn – an opportunity to learn about a cultural tradition from another country
  2. Create – the opportunity to create a work of art
  3. Celebrate – a party where residents can gather to celebrate their culture, art, and community

Let’s Get Physical! Fitness Series

Let’s Get Physical! is a free summer fitness series hosted in St. Lawrence Square. Price Hill Will offers free strength and conditioning and beginner’s yoga classes for anyone that wishes to participate.

Price Hill Creative Community Festival

The Price Hill Creative Community Festival is a free performing arts and neighborhood festival that uses arts as a way to build a diverse and inclusive community. The festival brings internationally-renowned artists together with the musicians of MYCincinnati (Price Hill Will’s free youth orchestra program) to create totally unique and unforgettable performances. The festival’s 2016 Artists-in-Residences included legendary hip-hop artist Napoleon Maddox, art-rock trio Lazy Heart, spoken word artist Desirae Hosley, dream-pop star Isaac Karns, and Israeli punk-composer Ofir Klemperer. These plus other performances happened over 4 venues across East Price Hill: The Warsaw Avenue Firehouse, the Price Hill Recreation Center, the Warsaw Room, and LISH Gallery. Other performing artists included the Cincinnati Opera, poet Siri Imani, and the Blind Boys of Mississippi.

Price Hill Pacer

The Price Hill Pacer 5k/10k is an event benefiting two organizations, Price Hill Will and Santa Maria Community Services. The race takes place in Price Hill and is designed to lead participants through the historical neighborhoods. Registrants are invited to join Santa Maria Community Services and Price Hill Will after the race for food, prizes, giveaways, and awards. A free Kid’s Fun Run takes place on Elder High School’s football field, The Pit, and all children 10 and under are welcome to participate.

Warsaw Ave. Film Festival

The Warsaw Avenue Film Festival (WAFF) is a free film screening event that takes place in the Fall along Warsaw Avenue in East Price Hill. The overarching theme of the festival changes each year with the first event focusing on Social Justice and the second festival showcasing films about the Day of the Dead. In it’s third year, the WAFF will feature films about Community & Communication.