What's Great In Dayton: January 31 - February 6, 2020
Come, explore, and purchase beautiful artwork created by local artists! This is "an art affair" organized by the Tipp City Arts Council at the Zion Lutheran Church in Tipp City on Saturday 10am to 4pm.
And, The Centerville Arts Commission has “Art at the Trace.” This event features hundreds of works of fine art including photography, painting, sculpture, jewelry, and beautifully crafted wooden pens. Everything on display is available for purchase. This is at Yankee Trace on Saturday, 6:30 to 8:30pm.
In a New York City hotel room in the spring of 1947 Branch Rickey, the owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers meets with four prominent African-Americans to discuss breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball. He wants support from their community to help with the controversy he knows will ensue. Jackie Robinson, Joe Louis, Paul Robeson, and Bill Robinson, aka Mr. Bojangles, attend the meeting – but it isn’t an easy fix. This play is at The Dayton Theatre Guild now through February 9.
Do you have what it takes to perform the national anthem before thousands of Dayton Dragons fans this season? Sign up for your tryout at: daytondragons.com
Gem City Vet is looking for a Veterinarian. The goal is to help Dayton become a no-kill community by making veterinary services more accessible to everyone.
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