What's Great In Dayton: September 24 - 30, 2021
Charlie Campbell's picks for what to do and see this week in the Miami Valley.
The Dayton Independent Film Festival provides meaningful artistic and cultural programming to Dayton’s thriving community, and now through Monday you can see lots of amazing films. Go to their website at:
There is an exclusive showing of the new film "A Journey Through the Birthplace of Aviation" and it will be followed by a moderated panel of heritage area experts who will share their insight into Dayton's unique contributions to aviation. It's Saturday at 12:30 at the Wright State University Student Union.
Tonight, Saturday and Sunday are the final time for bands playing at Levitt Pavilion. There is no cost for this, but you do need to bring a blanket or a chair. It’s at 7pm.
Dayton Art Institute's famous Oktoberfest is back in action tonight, Saturday, and Sunday.
Sunday at the Gem City Market you can have a brunch. Enjoy music, fellowship, and Market Made Eats....10:30am to 1:30pm.
Dayton Live is offering young people several opportunities to explore their creativity in the PNC Arts Annex. There is dancing, acting, improv, and more for students ages 4-18! These classes are FREE but registration is required.
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