Image from 2018 five courses event with people sitting around a round table eating and drinking

July 22, 2021

Tickets are on sale now for Clovernook Center’s Sixth Annual Five Courses for Clovernook. The event is set for 5-9 p.m. on Thursday, August 26 at Nicola’s Restaurant. Wondering if you should get tickets to attend this delicious event? Below are five reasons why you should consider joining us!

  • Delicious food, perfect pairings. “A high-end Italian restaurant with a nontraditional menu. The food was outstanding,” said one Trip Advisor reviewer. Five Courses for Clovernook guests will enjoy an expertly crafted five-course Italian meal and wine pairings.
  • Help BVI kids preserve their sight. The Pediatric Low Vision Program is one of three youth-based services that will benefit from your attendance at Five Courses! In partnership with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Ophthalmology Department, the Pediatric Low Vision Program provides comprehensive low-vision evaluation and rehabilitation services to children 3-21 years of age who are visually impaired. The goal of the clinic is to enhance the remaining vision for children with permanent vision loss and to provide access to the visual environment in the classroom, out of school and for activities of daily living. Learn more here.
  • Getaway to Cabo. Up for grabs at the event’s live auction is a trip to Villa del Palmar Beach Resort & Spa in Cabo San Lucas. This Villa del Palmar Beach Resort & Spa is an optional Cabo San Lucas all inclusive resort that is perfect for family getaways and romantic couples retreats. Located on Médano Beach in Cabo Mexico, just one mile from downtown, the exquisite resort offers the ultimate in lively entertainment, family-friendly activities, outdoor swimming pools, beachfront Jacuzzis, and world-class service.
  • Give kids the tools they need to be active and have fun. Also benefiting from Five Courses is Clovernook Center’s Adaptive Sports program, which offers sports and recreational activities for children and young adults who are blind or have visual impairments. From skiing in the winter to year-round activities like boxing or rock climbing, our catalog and calendar of activities continue to grow with your support. Learn more here.
  • Plenty of great items are up for grabs. Silent auction and raffles at Five Courses will include great prizes like a barrel of bourbon from the Clovernook Center board, theater tickets, tickets to an upcoming FC Cincinnati game, and much more!

Reception at 5 p.m. and the program begins at 6 p.m.

Individual tickets are $150 and Patron-level tickets are $250!

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For more information, contact Kim Crail at or (513) 728-6238.

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