What's Great In Dayton: July 31 - August 6, 2020
The High Street Gallery is resuming its open hours beginning today. Reserve an appointment to see their current exhibition.
The Garden Table offers a variety of homegrown plants, fresh produce, eggs, baked goods and all kinds of jams. Donations are accepted as ALL monies go to support the Dayton Food Bank. This is at the parking lot of Westminster Presbyterian Church every Saturday rain or shine 10:30am to Noon.
Do you have a used musical instrument you no longer need? You can make it sing again in the hands of a young musician. It's time once again for It's Instrumental, a musical instrument drive that benefits aspiring young musicians in the Dayton region. During the past few years hundreds of instruments have been collected for students in area schools and for musicians in the Q the Music program. All kinds of instruments are accepted, even those in need of repair as well as accessories like carrying cases and bows. Drop off instruments by August 15th at a local Grismer Tire & Auto Service Center.
The University of Dayton's Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop is seeking essays from a diversity of authors of all experience levels for Nickie’s Prize for Humor Writing. Essayists, authors, bloggers — anyone with a hilarious touching story — are invited to submit a humorous essay about their sister (or soul sister). The deadline is Saturday.
The Contemporary Dayton, in collaboration with the Dayton Daily News, is seeking digital photos for In the Balance: Reflections of Our Community During COVID. It will be published as a photo spread insert for an upcoming Dayton Daily News Sunday edition.
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