What's Great in Dayton: March 27 - April 2, 2015
Have you ever heard of an Eco-camp? Want to learn more? Come see what it's all about and meet their animal ambassadors. Bring the family to this event which is tomorrow, Saturday, 1-2pm, at the Outdoor Education Center, right here in Yellow Springs On your Facebook check out Glen Helen
Ye Olde Yellow Cabaret –There Be Pirates! is a festive event with a Steampunk flair! It is Saturday, and doors open at 6PM with entertainment until 1AM. This is at The "Old" Yellow Cab Building in downtown Dayton. This is fun evening of art, music and mayhem featuring many types of art.
The God Box, A Daughter's Story is an engaging one women show one-act play based on her New York Times' bestselling book. Mary Lou Quinlan explores the laughter and tears of the story of a family in love, in loss and in triumph. Two special performances benefit UD's Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop endowment. This play is Monday and Tuesday at UD's Boll Theatre.
Are you surrounded by stacks of books? Need a place to bring them? Would you like the sale of your books to support several Dayton-based charities? There is a spot for you. It's the Book Fair Foundation, reselling books to benefit good works since 1970.
The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance is thrilled to announce the arrival of a new summer camp for students 8-10 years old that will debut in June. It is called Beginning Experiences in Ballet, Opera and Philharmonic (BeBOP). The BeBOP Camp dates are set for June at Wright State University.
And finally….you know those Dayton Food Trucks?? The right place to find out what's going on and where is on their website.
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