AAPI Heritage Month Film Series

Esquire Theatre 320 Ludlow Ave., Cincinnati, Cincinnati

Esquire Theatre is hosting a series of movie showings reflecting the diversity of issues and cultures to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month through the film series.

$7.75 – $10.25

AAPI Heritage Film: 80 Years Later

Esquire Theatre 320 Ludlow Ave., Cincinnati, Cincinnati

80 Years Later presented by Asianati and the Japan America Society of Greater Cincinnati (JASGC)


AAPI Heritage Film: The Debut

Esquire Theatre 320 Ludlow Ave., Cincinnati, Cincinnati

The Debut and short LOLA’S WAKE (2020) presented by Filipino American Association of Southern Ohio


AAPI Heritage Film: Genius Mutta

Kenwood Theatre 5901 E Galbraith Road, Suite 200, Cincinnati, Ohio

Genius Mutta presented by Nrityarpana School of Performing Arts


AAPI Queer Meetup

Humble Monk Brewing Co. 1641 Blue Rock St., Cincinnati, Ohio

Connect with fellow AAPI members of the LGBTQ+ community in a relaxed and welcoming environment.

Free admission

AAPI Heritage Festival 2024 at Fountain Square

Fountain Square 520 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio

Celebrate AAPI culture, traditions, histories, and achievements at Fountain Square on Saturday, May 11 from 5–9:30 pm.

Free admission

AAPI Climb Night

Climb Cincy 1708 Blue Rock St., Cincinnati, Ohio

Join Climb Cincy on May 14 at 6 pm to celebrate AAPI Heritage Month alongside fellow climbers from the Asian community.

Free – $19

Paper Lanterns: Dragon Fire

Somerhaus Events Venue 1415 Republic St., Cincinnati, Ohio

Spring burlesque and aerial variety show celebrating the spring awakening and Asian American Heritage Month! A sexy, sensual, and empowering experience, Paper Lanterns features a beautiful blend of artists representing favorites from our main cast while celebrating Asian-American artists and their contributions to the art.


Financial Literary Investment & Retirement Planning

Maggiano's Little Italy - Kenwood Town Center 7875 Montgomery Rd, Cincinnati, Ohio

Join PNA for their Investment and Retirement Planning event and community outreach!
Please bring toiletries to donate and support our community health care package program

How to Write the Dragon Character

Cincinnati Museum Center 1301 Western Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio

Artist Yu Ling Huang will teach participants how to write the character dragon in Chinese and Japanese languages.

Free admission