What's Great In Dayton: March 22 - 28, 2019
DCDC2 & the University of Dayton Dance Ensemble are doing "Balance." This collaboration showcases some of the finest up-and-coming young dancers. This is at the University of Dayton, Kennedy Union Boll Theatre on Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 1pm.
LUNAFEST, a national festival of women's films, features award-winning short films for, by, and about women that tell thought-provoking stories of coming-of-age, love and loss, and reflections on the past. They also have Tragic Refuge, a short film about incarcerated survivors of domestic violence. This insightful film was shot in Dayton and produced by by Chinonye Chukwu, who recently made history at Sundance Film Festival as the first black woman to win their top Jury Prize in the Dramatic category for her film, Clemency. This is sponsored by Dayton Women's Rights Alliance and is at The Neon on Sunday, 3pm.
The Leadership Dayton Class of 2020 applications are now open. Details are online, and the application deadline is March 29th. I was in the Leadership Class several years ago and it is a wonderful way to learn about the greater Dayton area and make all kind of connections.
Tickets are GOING FAST for the Dayton Gay Men's Chorus annual benefit, Under The Big Top! Their chorus are running away to the circus, complete with the lion tamer, the daredevil, and the strongman! This is a great night of games, entertainment, and gourmet carnival food and it is Saturday, March 30th at the Dayton Art Institute.
WDPR’s FINAL CD Sale! It's their very last CD sale and is so big it is in the Wintergarden of the Schuster Center. There are thousands of new and gently used CDs for sale, including many rare and out of print. All of the proceeds benefit your 24-hour classical station. This is tonight, Saturday and Sunday in conjunction with the Dayton Philharmonic performances.
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