What's Great In Dayton: September 6 - 12, 2019
Shakespeare in South Park presents Tartuffe, or The Hypocrite, by Moliere. This comedy, written in 1664, will be set 3 centuries later in 1964. Bring lawn chairs, blankets and bug spray. There is no cost but donations happily accepted. This is at South Park Green, on tonight, Saturday, and Sunday at 8pm.
The last official First Friday Summer in the City season is tonight in downtown Dayton.
The first ever WYSO Listener Appreciation Concert has local favorites The Pullouts opening and then featuring Reverend Payton’s Big Damn Band. It's at Levitt Pavilion in downtown Dayton Saturday at 7pm. There is no cost...just bring your chair!
PEACE DAYton celebrations in the Miami Valley is in action and this is the Second of Four Weeks. Over 100 organizations and 40 events keep Dayton Strong.
Hard to believe it’s that time again. The 47th annual Dayton Holiday Festival needs a tree that will be the centerpiece of the Grande Illumination tree on Courthouse Square. If you have an extra tree the contact is: downtowndayton.org
Midwest’s premier outdoor adventure festival is the first weekend in October and volunteers are needed! There is so much to do at the Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience like setting up, tearing down, recycling, and many “try it activities” include paddling, mountain biking, slacklining, and more. Sign up to help this.
The Tecumseh Land Trust in Yellow Springs is having a "Pollinator Photo Contest." Go to their website to see the rules and you need to submit by the end of this month.
Charlie, It’s Great In Dayton, Campbell