What's Great In Dayton: November 9 - 15, 2018
It's the 48th Annual Dayton Book Fair at Montgomery County Fairgrounds! Ohio's largest used book sale is open now and runs through Monday, at noon. Hundreds of thousands of books, collectible books, children's books, paperbacks and more are sorted into 70 different categories.
The annual Kreative Korner Christmas Bazaar is on Saturday at the Franciscan Center. There are hand-crafted Christmas decor and holiday food treats. New this year is "Grandma's Attic" which includes a large selection of beautiful, one of a kind vintage items. This is at the St. Leonard Living Communities on Clyo Road in Centerville, 9am to 2 pm.
At The One Stop Holiday Shop you can peruse gift items from all of your local favorite area museum stores, community non-profit organizations and local artisans. You're sure to find distinctive gifts and treasures that will please friends and family. Include the Aullwood Café in your shopping adventure day and enjoy warm soups, delicious sandwiches and delectable treats. This is Saturday, 9am to 5pm.
Make it & Take It. Art lovers of all ages can drop in to create handmade items. For a small donation, you create ornaments to keep for yourself or give away as gifts! You be the artist, they will provide the supplies and clean up the glitter! This is at We Care Arts, on Wilmington Pike, in Kettering on Saturday, 10am to 1pm.
Entries are now being sought for Gingerbread Homes for the Holidays Contest. All ages and skill levels are invited to participate. The child group are 12 and younger; teen is 13 to 17; adult are18 and older and there is a professional category. Entry forms and a complete list of contest rules are available.
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