Zucchinifest Pageant

Just a reminder, the deadline to register for the 2017 Zfest pageant is Friday, August 11th. There are seven age divisions: Tiny Miss Obetz – 1-2 years old and walking Tiny Mister Obetz – 1-2 years old and walking Little Miss Obetz – 3-6 years old Little Mister Obetz – 3-6 years old Little Princess Continue reading…

Obetz Seniors awarded for 3rd straight year

Obetz seniors have donated the most each year for the last three years! LifeCare Alliance is a home and community based nonprofit health organization providing programs such as meals-on-wheels and visiting nurses. One of the LifeCare Alliance programs is the Groceries to Go Food Pantry, and it supports people who are batting chronic illnesses. Every year, the Continue reading…

String art class at the Community Center

Have you ever wanted to create your own masterpiece using string art? Here’s your chance! It’s a very simple process and Whitney Hazley will be with you every step of the way as she guides you through the process of creating your own beautiful state of Ohio string art. Pick your design and colors. All supplies are included Continue reading…

Jamey Johnson Headlining Zucchinifest on Friday, August 25th

Award-Winning Country Singer/Songwriter Jamey Johnson Headlining Obetz Zucchinifest on August 25th   Mayor D. Greg Scott is pleased to announce that platinum-selling singer/songwriter Jamey Johnson, one of today’s most respected country music artists, will play at Fortress Obetz on August 25, 2017 as a part of the Obetz Zucchinifest. The Washington Post considers him to Continue reading…

Ted Nugent to headline 2017 Obetz Zucchinifest

Obetz is pleased to announce that Ted Nugent will be headlining this year’s Zucchinifest! The Zucchinifest dates for this year are August 24, 25, 26, and 27. Ted Nugent will be performing on Saturday, August 26. More details to come on the Obetz Zucchinifest website.    

Annual OPD vs. HT Basketball Game

On Friday, May 19th, the Obetz Police Department and the staff of Hamilton Local Schools played their third annual breast cancer awareness game! Much like previous years, students filled the gym with their pink gear to watch their teachers face off against the OPD. If you remember back to last year, Terence Dials was sworn Continue reading…