Mariemont is celebrating it's 75th anniversary this year.

Come and take part in our family events!


This year Mariemont celebrates the 75th anniversary of its incorporation as a village- an important milestone for the community that was the culmination of Mary Emery’s dream. Mariemont 75: The Dream Continues is a means to share history of the village and to communicate important information about the upcoming festivities.

Join us on Facebook: “Mariemont 75: the Dream Continues” and share.

Take a Walking Tour with the Mariemont Preservation Foundation:

Wine and Cheese Walking Tours 7:00-8:30 PM
Wednesday, June 8 FULL
Wednesday, June 15

Afternoon Tea Walking Tours 2:00-3:30 PM
Saturday, June 11
Saturday, June 18

Reservations are required and numbers are limited, so sign up soon!
Contact: administration@mariemontpreservation.org

Come and join us for the 75th Anniversary Celebration on Sunday July 3rd:

Location- Belltower Park

12 pm - 4 pm Old Time Fair
- Music from across the decades
- Pony rides
- Food
- Games
- Crafts
- Pie & Cake Bake-Off

7 pm Carillon Concert

Fireworks at Dark

Click to download the 75th ANNIVERSARY EVENTS Flyer

Click to download the PIE & CAKE BAKE-OFF Flyer

2014 July 4th Fireworks Show

The annual fireworks show will be on Friday, July 4th. The fireworks will be combined with patriotic music from the Carillon performed by Richard Gegner. Pleasant Street will be closed from Wooster Pike to Mariemont Avenue, beginning at 9:00 p.m. Everyone is asked to walk to the park. If you must drive, please park in the Dale Park school parking lot. There are to be no alcoholic beverages at the event. Residents should not bring fireworks of any kind.

The fireworks display cost $4500. We have a good start at off-setting that cost with a donation from the Mariemont Civic Association of $1000. However, we still need help of our citizens. Any amount you would like to donate would be appreciated and can be mailed to the Village office at 6907 Wooster Pike, Mariemont, OH 45227.

The Mariemont Town Crier is published eight times a year and is full of interesting articles about people, places, and events in the Village of Mariemont. We are currently on hiatus for the summer, and will return with our September issue. If you have any story ideas, be sure to let us know! Email the editor at: indy3844@aol.com.

The Town Crier was started in 1975 as a way to keep residents informed about activities in the community. The staff is made up of volunteers who live in Mariemont, and the paper is delivered free of charge to over 2000 residences and businesses in the Village of Mariemont, Spring Hill, Williams Meadow, and Mariemont Landing.

Ideas for articles are always welcome. Just email Claire Kupferle, Editor, at indy3844@aol.com with your comments or suggestions. You may also contact the Editor if you are interested in placing an ad. Ad rates start at $20.

Inserts can be placed in each issue if they are from a non-profit group based in Mariemont. Cost for an insert is $50. The full amount goes directly to the area children who deliver the Town Criers.

Issues available:

May 2014 -

This will be the business listing for the village

Mariemont Men's Sunday Softball 

2014 Summer Game Schedule

  • May 18th - Team #1 v Team #2
  • June 8th - Team #1 v Team #3
  • June 15th - Team #4 v Team #1
  • June 22nd - Team #4 v Team #3
  • June 29th - Team #2 v Team #4
  • July 13th - Team #3 v Team #2
  • July 20th - Tournament (TBA)
  • July 27th - Consolation Game (losers from 7/20)

Please note the following:

  • May 25th - No Games - Memorial Day Weekend
  • June 1st - No Games - Baccalaureate
  • July 6th - No Games - 4th of July Weekend

Teams and Coaches:

  • Team #1 - Don's Tramps - Coach Don Slavik
  • Team #2 - Gohee Gophers - Coach Gregg Strassel
  • Team #3 - The Lumbermen - Coach Randy York
  • Team #4 - Mariemont Sox - Coaches Clem Luken & Matt McCish

Commissioner- Mayor Dan Policastro (513-561-0277)

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