What's Great In Dayton: May 10 -16, 2019
Adventure Golf has been a long running Dayton tradition and with new owners it is restored to its former glory. Tonight it features the neighboring Heart of Centerville’s food truck rally; Saturday they have a charitable Pint and Putts with complimentary craft beer while supplies last and Sunday is the first Family Day with lots of golfing.
The 2019 South West Ohio Hemophilia Foundation "CASINO NIGHT!” is tonight. There is a fun night including casino-style gaming, great food, silent auction and awesome prizes! Test your skill and luck with Black Jack, Roulette, and lots of other games. It’s at the Dayton Woman's Club, beginning at 7.
The 2019 Designers’ Show House and Gardens is available now through May 19. It’s at “The Leland House” and this Grand Tudor home was built in the 1920’s by George Leland, and is adjacent to Wegerzyn Gardens.
Find out why downtown is still the hottest, most in-demand real estate market in the region. With hundreds of new housing units currently under construction, there’s never been a better time to think about living in downtown Dayton! The Downtown Housing Tour is on Saturday, from 1 to 5pm.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and there is a no cost of the documentary film, “Suicide: The Ripple Effect” by Kevin Hines. This is at Dayton Metro Library Downtown, and a discussion and light refreshments will be available after the documentary. It's on Saturday, 2pm.
Nothing could be more passionate than the sounds of brass and chorus. The Bach Society closes the Hope and Passion season with a concert of brass and choral music that is sure to raise the roof! It’s at the Kettering Adventist Church, on Sunday, at 4pm.
Charlie, It’s Great In Dayton, Campbell