What's Great In Dayton: February 7 - 13, 2020
First Friday is tonight and lots of spreading the love in downtown Dayton. The Front Street Building is part of this First Friday. Take a stroll through open studios galleries and workshops. Meet and greet with artists and artisans and if you are lucky you can catch me playing my accordion on the third floor!
If you like to sing you are welcome to join Dayton singers for "Sing Dayton!." This is a night of singing and socializing hosted by the Bach Society of Dayton and newcomers, choral ninjas, and all ages are welcome. This is at the Carillon Brewing Company, tonight at 7pm.
Retro/ACTIVE, the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company winter concert brings back two older DCDC masterworks and a recent one. It’s at the Victoria Theatre Saturday at 7:30pm and Sunday at 4.
Did you know that a long time ago a squirrel could jump from tree to tree never touching the ground from Lake Erie to Southern Ohio? Or did you know that in 1909 the White-tailed Deer were once considered nearly extinct in Ohio? Learn about Ohio Landscape and Wildlife Timeline at the Aullwood Audubon on Sunday at 2:30pm.
The Stained Glass Series Concert of The Dayton Philharmonic is at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church in Trotwood on Sunday at 5pm. This is open to the public with no ticket required.
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