What's Great in Dayton: September 18 - 24, 2020
The Tecumseh Land Trust’s 16th Annual Harvest Auction begins today and you can bid all the time up to next Friday, September 25, at 8pm.
The inaugural Dayton Black Restaurant Week highlights some of the fantastic Black-owned food-based businesses in the Miami Valley and it’s available all this weekend.
Healing Nature assists property owners and communities in Montgomery County that were impacted by the tornadoes with tree replacement and habitat restoration. Seedlings will be distributed in a drive thru-style pick up so community members can remain in their vehicles at a safe social distance. Go to Wegerzyn Gardens MetroPark, today, 3 to 7pm & Saturday 8am to noon.
The ARTery Gallery at Front Street is OPEN Sunday 11am to 4pm. Meet Sarah Maxwell a painter and visiting artist Ryan Taylor a photographer. Great art, music, and new friends.
The Dayton Literary Peace Prize has chosen Margaret Atwood as the 2020 Ambassador Richard C. Holbrooke Distinguished Achievement Award Winner.
Check out the monumental installation We The People. The Contemporary Dayton has partnered with the League of Women Voters to transform a portion of the gallery into a voter registration center. This is open to the general public now to November 30.
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