What's Great in Dayton: December 11 - 17, 2015
Hear Yee Hear Yee…come one, come all, and enjoy traditional English fare, amidst the antics of jesters, dancing and revelry, the puppet master, and the madrigal songs. See the Wright State Student Union transformed into the Great Hall of Wright Manor. This Madrigal Dinner is tonight, Saturday and Sunday.
The Dickens of a Christmas Tour is the holiday walking of the St. Anne's Hill Historic District. Their guides are dressed in period costume and specially trained to let you know about the remarkable history of St. Anne's Hill. The tour includes several unique homes and concludes in the landmark Bossler Mansion with a special holiday dessert and a visit to Victoria's Parlour Gift Shoppe. Tonight, Saturday, and Sunday.
The Family Holiday Film Series is on Saturday at Noon. They will show THE POLAR EXPRESS.
Join the Oakwood Historical Society for their annual Open House on Sunday from 1:00 to 4:00 PM at the Long-Romspert Homestead House Museum, on Far Hills Avenue in Oakwood. "The Homestead" is decorated for the holidays and this event features hands-on children’s activities, refreshments, and traditional music. It's a great way to spend an old-fashioned holiday afternoon.
On Sunday start your holiday season with the Miami Valley Symphony Orchestra in a family friendly concert featuring your favorite Christmas and Hanukah melodies, plus the opportunity to sing along with the orchestra! This is at 2:00pm at Kettering Seventh Day Adventist Church.
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