What's Great in Dayton: June 17 - June 23, 2016
If you want to learn about the U.S. Park Police Aviation and how they rescued the Air Florida plane that crashed into the Potomac River then tonight at 7:00 pm in The Engineers Club of Dayton is a presentation all about this.
And also on tonight at 7:30 in Troy is their annual summer music series and it will open with the Eric Jerardi Band. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket! Enjoy dinner on the square or a refreshing beverage for a great hometown community concert in lovely, downtown Troy, Ohio.
The Native Perennial Flower Sale is a great opportunity for you to get inexpensive, native perennial flowers for your home. The Montgomery Soil and Water Conservation District are offering a variety of these in their donation-only, one day "sale". This is Saturday 10am - 3:30pm, Montgomery SWCD, 10025 Amity Road, Brookville.
Meet Aullwood's favorite nap takers- the pigs. Find out how the pigs are taken care of and enjoy cooling them off with the hose. Help feed them their evening meal and give them a sweet treat they won't resist. And you can make a small pig craft and take home some pork recipes. Come away with a hog-tacular experience! This is Saturday starting at 2:30 p.m. On your Facebook find AullwoodAudubon
June is Immigrant Heritage Month, and Welcome Dayton is having a Facebook Photo Contest. Post a photo that tells your immigrant heritage story. All entries must be received by 5 p.m. on Friday, June 24.
And finally, an amazing show is now at The Human Race. It’s called Master Class. This Tony Award-winning drama presents a revealing look at a commanding diva, the sacrifice for art, and it has you thinking about yourself. It is now through June 26.
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