What's Great in Dayton: November 7 - 13, 2014
Don't miss the BEST holiday shopping in Dayton. Original, handcrafted giftables: sparkling glass ornaments, hand-turned wood bowls, eclectic jewelry and more. This is at DVAC and their link is in on facebook: Art to Buy.
If you want to learn how to be clown, on Saturday a famous clown can teach you how to be one. This is in downtown Dayton at the Antioch Shrine Center.
Ever wondered how the freelance articles, columns, memoirs and short stories you love to read came to be? Freelance journalist and former news editor Ria Megnin leads this workshop on what it takes to get your name in print. This is Saturday in Kettering’s Rosewood Art Center.
In the Oakwood library resident Betsy Hughes, will read from her book, Breaking Weather, a collection of poems which contemplate the seasons, emotion, art and death. This is Saturday at 2:00 p.m.
History will come alive as military heroes from D-Day through Vietnam are celebrated on the Air Force Museum Theater's giant screen with five films. Several distinguished presenters will be taking the stage to speak of their experiences. This is Saturday at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.
Saturday and Sunday is Artistry In Wood. This is at the Dayton Airport Expo Center and it is a great time to get gifts for your family and friends. Vendors come from all over the country and there are pieces that are submitted for judging so you will see lots of blue ribbons in different booths.
The play Anne of Green Gables is Sunday, 2:00pm at the Rosewood Arts Centre Theatre. For over two decades, Kettering Children's Theatre has presented professionally produced and directed youth-oriented productions. The program allows youth of all theatrical levels an equal opportunity to perform on stage.
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