What's Great In Dayton: November 8 - 14, 2019
At the Atelier Party you can see the entire fall collection of her ceramics which are available for purchase. It’s the perfect opportunity to do a little early holiday shopping. One of a kind, handmade, and local. Complimentary prosecco and small bites are provided. This is at Front Street Building, tonight 5 to 9pm.
For the first time ever Local Music Day is being celebrated at Yellow Cab Tavern when eight bands will play across both nights. It is tonight and Saturday beginning at 7pm.
The Kettering Holiday Arts and Crafts Show is at the Kettering Recreation Center on Saturday from 9am to 4pm.
The Dayton Craft and Artisan Expo is the premiere showcase of ALL HANDMADE arts and crafts! They have some of the finest crafters and artisans in the area. It’s in Xenia in the Greene County Fairgrounds on Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm.
Neenah Ellis - A Dayton Woman of Influence and here at WYSO is the author of the New York Times best seller If I Live to be 100: Lessons from Centenarians. Neenah will share highlights from her book mixed with personal experiences during the interview and writing process. You will have the opportunity to participate in a Q&A session after the talk. This is at the Loft Theater on Sunday at 7pm.
If All the Sky Were Paper. This is a staged reading of this exciting new play which is based on letters sent home by soldiers ranging from the American Revolution to modern day emails from Iraq and Afghanistan. It's a sweeping powerful and poignant look at war and its effect on the people serving and their families at home and it offers perspectives many civilians never get. This is a Human Race Theatre event at The Loft on Monday 11/11, which is Veteran’s Day, at 7pm.
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