Welcome to Sayler Park, Ohio! "Cincinnati's Western Gateway". Established in 1911, Sayler Park is located on the western edge of Cincinnati, Ohio near the banks of the Ohio River in Hamilton County.
Thank you for visiting us, we're sure you'll agree that Sayler Park is a great place to live, work, and play!
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Come on down to the 8th Aannual Sayler Park Harvest Festival! The fun starts on October 11th from 10AM-5PM, in Nelson Sayler Park, at the corner of Gracely and Monitor Avenues. Something for everyone! Crafts and homemade food items, face painting, food, horse & buggy rides, raffles, and live music by the Danny Frazer Band.
Pictures That Must Be Seen
The new, and greatly anticipated, Sayler Park book #2 is finished. It’s at the printer now and will be ready to sell at the Harvest Festival. Book #2, Sayler Park ‘Pictures That Must Be Seen’ and more memories and stories of growing up in Sayler Park, will cost $25.00 each. It has been In the making for the past 2 years and was put together by Bev Eiding, new stories and pictures. All profits go to SP Village Council to better Sayler Park.
The book will be sold at the 8th annual Harvest Festival, October 11th, in Nelson Sayler Park. Books will be sold after the festival in various places in Sayler Park. These places will be announced at a later date and on Facebook
Community Service Organization Available
A community service organization is operating in Sayler Park. Based at Eden Chapel, Serving Sayler Park is working in conjunction with Sayler Park School, St. Al’s on the Ohio, and is accredited by the FreeStore Food Bank, providing food for Sayler Park children and residents in need. See the website for details. Eden Chapel Methodist Church is also hosting many other outreach programs, such as Al-Anon, Resume Building Seminars, AA, free dinners and other services and events. Become part of the Global Village.
'Sayler Park, Stories That Must Be Told'
Have you ever wondered what Sayler Park and the surrounding areas were like between 1900 and 1960? What are the stories of the streets and homes, parks and festivals, the Dam and River Park, the doctors, the Indian mounds, the sports teams, the churches and schools, the farms, families and businesses and the way it was back in the day? This book is not a history book, but a book on life in Sayler Park through stories remembered by the residents that lived in and loved Sayler Park most of their lives.
'Sayler Park, Stories That Must Be Told', is now sold out but is available to read or checkout at the public library. There will also be a new book coming soon called 'Pictures That Must Be Seen' - Available in Spring of 2014.
Sayler Park Community Center located at 6720 Home City Ave. offers recreational programs for all ages. Programs include; Co- rec. Volleyball, Men’s Basketball, and Ceramics, to mention a few. The center also offers after school and summer camps for children 5 to 12 years of age. To help the youth of the community make healthy choices a variety of free programs are offered daily. Call the center for more program information or a schedule of our special events. (513) 941-0102