What's Great in Dayton: October 21 - 27, 2016
Experience Aullwood Farm lit up as a glowing wonderland of fun with thought-provoking and participatory art installations plus glowy and fiery entertainment. Roast marshmallows and make s'mores over a crackling fire. Bring your family and friends to enjoy this tonight and Saturday from 6:30-9:30 p.m.
The first ever comes to Dayton on Saturday, 10am - 6pm at the Heartfulness Center, on Lantz Road, in Beavercreek. Engaging indoor workshops by physicians and authors on holistic health; exhilarating outdoor movement teachers of Yoga, Pilates, & more; relaxing Guided Meditation Sessions; fun kids activities; and live musical performances. Great for the whole family and there is no cost.
Come escape the contentious political season and enjoy some music making with . Politics and music have been intertwined throughout human history and Musica will explore four such moments. This is Saturday, 7:00pm; and Sunday, 3:00pm at St. George's Episcopal Church, in Kettering.
The third annual is Sunday at Oakwood High School. Registration is 1 p.m. with walk starting at 2 p.m. This walk supports the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. There is no cost to walk.
will be held on Sunday, at RiverScape Pavilion, from 3:00-4:00 PM. Clergy from four local downtown churches will bless all animals brought to this event. Music will be provided from the Westminster youth group , and complimentary pet treats will be available!
. They are providing a journey across Russian culture with music and the Russian Duo, move all with humor, pulsating dance music, rhythmic folk songs, gypsy melodies, and lyrical romances. Sunday 7:30pm, Kettering Adventist Church, in Kettering.
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