What's Great In Dayton: October 19 - 25, 2018
The Yellow Cab Tavern and the Co-op Dayton are doing the incubator CO-OP Fest, which is a celebration of all things worker-owned. This is on Friday, 5pm to midnight, alongside the monthly Food Truck Rally and there is live music too.
You can tour 20 amazing homes in the Dayton area from Clayton to Franklin, and there's a home near you in a price point for you! It is the 2018 Fall Parade of Homes on Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 5pm and there is no cost.
Author Linda Carrick Thomas, granddaughter of Mound founder Charles Allen Thomas, is signing her book Polonium in the Playhouse. This is Saturday beginning at 2pm in The Mound Museum, in Miamisburg.
The fifth annual Dayton Out of the Darkness Community Walk is Sunday at Oakwood High School. Registration is 1pm with walk starting at 2. Almost 45,000 people die by suicide per year in the U.S. with close to 1,700 people in Ohio losing their lives to suicide each year. There is no cost to walk but registration is required.
Songs of Hope and Freedom. Embrace the passion that gives us hope in the pursuit of freedom. The Bach Society with the renowned Central State University Chorus are providing spirituals and songs that embody hope and freedom. Tonight, 7:30 to 9:30pm, at Central State University and Sunday, 4 to 6pm, Kettering Adventist Church.
And finally, WYSO has a new program, Hidden Brain from NPR and it is each Sunday, at noon. This broadcast is so interesting!
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