What's Great in Dayton: August 2 - 8, 2019
Art in the City celebrates Dayton’s rich collection of visual and performing arts. Artists, and others “paint, perform, and party” around downtown Dayton today from 5 to 9pm. And one of the performers is me playing my accordion from 5 to 7 outside the Schuster Center.
At the 9th annual Tour De Dayton you join fellow area cyclist of all ages for another annual 9-mile bike tour. Come on out bring your bike, ride at your own pace and experience local art, culture, history, architecture, music, food, community and recreational points of interest along the way as you ride through the East Dayton neighborhoods of: Oregon, Historic Inner East, Burkhardt, Huffman Historic, St. Anne’s Hill, Twin Towers & South Park. This is Saturday.
Old Case Files takes place at Dayton’s Old Court House and you hear testimonies from witnesses; arguments from the prosecution and defense; chatting with costumed spectators to uncover the events surrounding the trial. It is this weekend through August 11.
Rosé All DAYton is debuting with a bang! MAX, the Billboard chart-topping artist whose hit song, "Lights Down Low," went Platinum is performing a special acoustic set at the Rosé-themed event at historic Patterson Homestead on Saturday, from 11am to 4pm.
Family Movie Night – The Greatest Showman Sing Along is at the Levitt Pavilion on Sunday at 8pm. There is no cost ...just bring your chair!
StoryCorps is right here at WYSO to record, preserve, and share the stories of Miami Valley veterans and their families This provides veterans, service members, and military families to share their stories. In doing so we honor their voices, amplify their experiences, and let them know that we—as a nation—are listening. This is now to August 8.
Charlie, I’m a Vietnam Vet and have signed up for StoryCorps, Campbell