What's Great in Dayton: February 9 - 15, 2018
Jurassic Quest is a family friendly event for dinosaur lovers of all ages! The exhibit features over 100 life-size animatronic dinosaurs. Activities include face painting, green screen photo, bounce houses, educational stations and much more! It is today and this weekend.
Love the taste of maple syrup? Ever wanted to make your own? Learn how to identify maple trees in your backyard and how to properly tap them for sap collecting. Learn how to boil down the sap and draw the maple syrup off in your own kitchen. Workshop includes handouts, a metal spile to tap a tree at home, and a maple sugar cake! Saturday, 10am to noon.
At the Oakwood Historical Society, you enjoy an elegant evening of champagne, chocolate, and appetizers for both singles and couples. This enjoyable and fanciful celebration of love includes the Newlywed Game, speed dating, and a dip in the chocolate fountain (please...strawberries only). This fun event happens on Saturday, 6 to 9pm in the historical setting of the Long-Romspert House Museum.
The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra are performing at the Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, 2067 N. Gettysburg Avenue to celebrate the human spirit through the universal medium of music. This is on Sunday, at 5pm and there is no cost and open to the public.
At Coco's Bistro, the Stivers School for the Arts serenade you while enjoying a tasty brunch, and supporting the premier arts school in the region. On Sunday, The Stivers Chamber Choir will be performing. The other Sundays this month you will hear The Stivers Concert Pianists; and The Stivers Strings. These sell out quickly so be sure to reserve a spot.
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