What's Great In Dayton: December 7 - 13, 2018
The Glen Helen Solstice and Holiday Poetry Reading event is an evening of original poetry in a warm, natural setting. Twelve scheduled poets from Southwest Ohio will share original poems based on the winter solstice. This is in the Vernet Ecological Center, 405 Corry Street, in Yellow Springs, Friday 7 to 9pm.
The annual Holiday Craft Show features items from more than 30 local artisan vendors, swag bags, a food truck, a raffle, and specialty cocktails at the bar. This is at The Yellow Cab Tavern, tonight, 5 to 10pm; Saturday, 11am to 6 pm.
The Family Holiday Film Series is at The Neon at noon and on Saturday it is the newer film THE MAN WHO INVENTED CHRISTMAS - a story about Charles Dickens with Dan Stevens as Dickens and Christopher Plummer as Ebenezer Scrooge.
Traditional candle dipping using beeswax creates special memories at Aullwood. Learn about candles, bees, lighting and conservation in this fun hands-on program. It is Saturdays and Sundays all this month starting at 2:30pm.
Make the Yuletide GAY! Celebrate the holiday season with the Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus the only way they know how: with fun, frivolity, and a little seriousness thrown in. This is at Westminster Presbyterian Church, on Saturday, 6pm.
During December The Humane Society of Greater Dayton is offeringed discounted adoption fees for all animals! This includes adoptions at their main shelter, at MeowZa Cat Boutique and at all of their offsite adoption locations!
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