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What's Great in Dayton: October 9 - 15, 2020

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Erie: Lost and Found is a new virtual and in person exhibit at Rosewood Gallery in Kettering.

Today the Sweet Treats Festival On Tour is open until 8PM. You will have until next weekend to take a self-guided sweets tour exchanging a coupon for a treat during the regular hours of business at each of 15 stops. The Sweet Treats Festival On Tour benefits Shoes 4 The Shoeless.

Come As You Art: Trivia, Take-Out, & Art Tutorial Fundraiser: The Dayton Society of Artists are having a fun-filled night of trivia, art, silent auctions and more! The evening will be emceed by Ron Rollins and Duante Beddingfield. It’s tonight 7 to 8:30pm on Zoom!

The Veggie Fest is this weekend to celebrates vegetables!! Participating restaurants will be creating some awesome veggie dishes and creative salads.

There is a new exhibition at Rosewood Gallery and you can either go there or see it virtually. It’s called Erie: Lost and Found and an exhibition catalogue will accompany it. You can see it now through November 13.

At the Great Miami Watershed University you learn about water basics and maybe win a gift card to a local brewery or coffee shop. It's fun and easy.

And in the Oregon District they have #Outon5th. The pedestrian area is open every Friday through Sunday and includes expanded patios, community tables to enjoy food and drinks and retail shops expanding onto the sidewalks.

Mountain bikes are now available for rent on select Tuesdays and Saturdays at the MetroParks Mountain Biking Area (MoMBA). This is a great opportunity to try the bike without committing to buying one.

Gotta Go….
Charlie, It’s Great In Dayton, Campbell