What's Great in Dayton: December 4 - 10, 2015
A stage play about Grandma Moses, America's best-known folk artist, follows her as a child, a young woman, a middle-aged widow, and a 100-year-old international celebrity. This play is at the Dayton Art Institute now thru Sunday.
The Dayton Contemporary Dance Company stages its heart-warming and spiritually uplifting dance called The Littlest Angel. Audiences of both children and adults expressed how much they were moved by this joyful holiday performance. See this outstanding production at University of Dayton's Boll Theatre tonight and tomorrow.
The 12th annual Fair Trade Sale is Saturday from 9 to 4 at UD's River Campus on South Patterson Blvd. International artisans create unique gifts. Beautiful handcrafted items, gourmet coffee and foods from over 20 countries. Your purchase supports families in lifting themselves out of poverty and gives witness to Fair Trade principles.
A joyful holiday evening to celebrate the wonder of the season and the traditions that bring us all together. Join for bells ringing, children singing, and a glow of good cheer. The performers are: Bach Society Chorus, Kettering Children's Choir Chorale, Kettering Advent Ringers, and YOU (when you join in the caroling!). This is Sunday at 7:30pm at Kettering Adventist Church.
The Oregon District Candlelight Holiday Tour provides a liveried guide who will escort you as you tour beautifully decorated historic homes. This is Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 6:00 to 8pm. And four of the District's finest restaurants are participating in the Tour & Dinner option.
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