Tuesday July 24, 2018 (2:00 – 5:00 pm) OPTIONAL – BLUE GRASS HORSE FARM TOUR  ($65/person – Tip not included in cost, at your discretion)  – Indulge yourself in the incredible beauty of the Bluegrass, the tour will include a behind-the-scenes tour of a signature horse farm as well as a behind the scene tour of historic Keeneland Race Course. Our professional guides will share tales and traditions as you explore this unique area.



Tuesday July 24, 2018 (2:00 – 5:00pm) OPTIONAL – BOURBON DISTILLERY TOUR  ($65/person – Tip not included in cost, at your discretion) – Experience a Kentucky’s signature industry with this popular tour. You will enjoy tales of the Central Kentucky on your way to one of Kentucky’s famous bourbon distilleries, producers of “America’s Native Spirit.” Here you will observe the art of bourbon-making being practiced much as it was 200 years ago. Experience for yourself the time-honored process of making fine bourbon, and learn why only Kentucky has the perfect natural mix of conditions and climate to produce the best bourbon.

SOLD OUT – Thursday July 26, 2018 – (9:00am – 5:00pm, lunch provided by Lloyd Library, Space for up to 30 people) – OPTIONAL EXCURSION TO CINCINNATI SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH LIBRARIES ($60/person –Tip not included in cost, at your discretion or $5/person wihout bus transportation)  Registration REQUIRED with or without transportation. 


MorningTour and Program at Lloyd Library and Museum

Tour the Lloyd Library, attend a program featuring a presentation by Drs. Mansouk Wani and Nick Oberlies about their research at the National Cancer Institute, and view the Lloyd’s latest exhibition, Phar’-ma-cog-nos-y Illustrated:  A History of Natural Pharmaceuticals. Curated by the Lloyd and ASP Archivist, Devhra BennettJones, it focuses on the Lloyd’s collections, including: the papers of the Eclectic Medical Institute; the archives of scientist and pioneer, Norman Farnsworth; and medical illustrations. The Lloyd Library was founded by pharmacists John Uri Lloyd, Nelson Ashley Lloyd and Curtis Gates Lloyd, and traces its origins to the 1870s. It is the official repository of the American Society for Pharmacognosy.   For more information, see lloydlibrary.org.

Lunch at the Lloyd Library (courtesy of the Lloyd Library)

Afternoon -Tour of Henry R. Winkler Center for the History of the Health Professions

Tour the medical archive, library and exhibit facility dedicated to preserving and promoting the rich and unique history of medicine in Cincinnati.  View the exhibition, Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness, a traveling exhibit in partnership with the National Library of Medicine and the American Library Association Public Programs office. The exhibit explores the concepts of health, wellness and illness among current Indigenous American individuals, Alaskan Natives and Native Hawaiians by utilizing the native tradition of oral history. For more information, see https://libraries.uc.edu/winkler-center.html.