Clubs and Organizations

Terrace Park Emergency Services

In 1944, The Terrace Park Fire Department was founded by a small group of volunteers to protect the residents of Terrace Park.  Today, the Terrace Park Emergency Services department includes volunteers for both fire and EMS.   Extensive training is provided to all volunteers and the Village benefits by quick response time to emergencies.  For more information about this volunteer opportunity, please contact John Maggard (EMS Chief) at maggard@terracepark.org or Steve Dronsfield (Fire Chief) at dronsfield@terracepark.org

 

Terrace Park Garden Club

Founded in 1920, the Terrace Park Garden Club is open to all residents of Terrace Park.  Our mission is to promote gardening, further our knowledge of it, and contribute to the community with our five civic gardens and other community projects. Please contact April Cain aprilcain@twc.com.

 

Terrace Park Moms Club

Looking to connect with other preschool moms? Have a newborn and need advice on area pediatricians? Join Terrace Park Moms! Our goal is to create a group for moms to connect with other moms…whether through weekly stroller walks/playdates or online discussion boards. Contact Danielle Haugh dmhaugh@gmail.com  (412) 770-4758.

 

Terrace Park Woman’s Club

The Terrace Park Woman’s Club enjoys programs presented by members on assigned topics of general interest.  Meetings in members’ homes on the 3rd Monday of the month from October through May; the Club encourages greater intellectual and social growth.  Contact Jane Allan 831-3943.

 

Terrace Park Democratic Club

The Place for Information, Education, and Action. The TP Democratic Club is a group of progressive-minded individuals which meets on the 4th Monday of every month at Terrace Park Community Building at 7:00PM.

 

Village Views

Our local paper is delivered for free to every home and business in Terrace Park! We are funded by income received from our ads and personal donations, receiving no financial support from the Village. Your donation is tax deductible per IRS regulations. Please contact Steve Early, Editor, tpvillageviews@gmail.com .

 

Kindervelt #76

Kindervelt is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to raising funds for Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. It is composed of neighborhood groups joined together by a central, city-wide board of trustees. It is the largest auxiliary of CCHMC and is recognized as one of greater Cincinnati’s outstanding volunteer organizations. Please contact tpkindervelt76@gmail.com for more information.

 

Indian Hill Winter Club

The Indian Hill Winter Club is a private club, located at 10005 Fletcher Rd, Camp Dennison, OH. The IHWC offers Ice Skating, Figure Skating, Ice Hockey, Paddle Tennis, Curling and Fitness Classes for all ages. See ihwinterclub.com for more information.

 

Terrace Park Historical Society

The Terrace Park Historical Society was founded in the fall of 2001 and continues to be an integral part of Terrace Park today. The mission of the Terrace Park Historical Society is to foster understanding of and appreciation for the historic heritage of Terrace Park. Please Contact tphistoricalsociety@gmail.com, 248-1777 or tphistoricalsociety.org.

 

Terrace Park Recreation Committee

TPRC organizes and provides facilities for youth sports such as baseball, basketball, lacrosse and soccer.  See www.tprc.net for more information.

 

Terrace Park Environmental Group

The Terrace Park Environmental Group (TPEG) is a group of TP residents committed to protecting and enhancing our natural environment through action and education. Please contact Hester Sullivan for more info.

 

Terrace Park Swim & Tennis Club

Terrace Park Swim & Tennis Club is a private, non-profit swim and tennis club established in 1956 to provide a place for family fun and community involvement. A member-elected Board comprised of club member volunteers governs it. Membership is open to all. www.terraceparkswimclub.com

 

Terrace Park Country Club

Have fun with friends and family while enjoying the 18-Hole golf course, outdoor and indoor practice facilities, state-of-the-art golf simulator, platform tennis, pickleball, swimming pool, fitness center, multiple dining and bar spaces and many year-round family activities.  Visit https://www.terraceparkcc.com/

 

St. Thomas Episcopal Church

St. Thomas is an Episcopal church founded as a mission over 140 years ago. To find out more about services, nursery school and the other programs St. Thomas offers, visit https://stthomasepiscopal.org/

 

TP ListServ

The majority of TP Listserv members are residents and employees of Terrace Park, but this is not guaranteed. Consider that your message, email address, and signature line become public information. Email is easily forwarded, quoted out of context, etc. There’s also an archive of past messages available to TP Listserv members on the website. The list serve is not managed or monitored for content by the Village office. To sign up for the TP listserv go to https://archives.simplelists.com/subscribe/tplist   The new email address to send posts to is tplist@simplelists.com.

 

The TP Listserv is intended for non-commercial activity. Acceptable offers include yard sales, items for sale including household items, tickets, cars, homes (owned by person posting and not as a commercial venture), babysitting, construction and repair services, students offering part-time or summer work and fundraisers for non-profit organizations in Terrace Park and surrounding neighborhoods. Requesting recommendations and giving endorsements when they’ve been requested is fine.  TP Listserv is not monitored by the Village Office or TPPD on a regular basis and should not be considered a way to notify the office of an incident or issue.  Please call 513-831-2138 to make reports or requests.  While the office sometimes conveys information on the TPList, important and official notices are sent through CodeRED, the Village Facebook Page and the Village Website.

 

Grand Valley

Terrace Park residents have access to the lake and walking trails at Grand Valley nature preserve. Located in Camp Dennison, just a few minutes from Terrace Park, Grand Valley was acquired by Indian Hill in 2002.  The preserve was designed to restore wildlife and provide areas for walking, canoeing and fishing. This preserve is strictly limited to Indian Hill residents and Indian Hill Water customers, which includes Terrace Park residents.  An access key is required and can be obtained at the Indian Hill Administration building (6525 Drake Rd) 8:00-5:00 Mon-Fri with proof of residency. For more info. visit www.ihill.org/grandvalley/grandvalley.aspx.

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