What's Great in Dayton: June 15 - 21, 2018
Trash and Treasure is in the Saint Anne's Hill neighborhood. Antique furniture, art book collections, original framed prints, paintings by Dennis Towners and Karen Fisher and over 1000 pieces of original artwork by David Smith!!! Dayton Society of Artists, 48 High St, in Dayton, Saturday 8am to 1pm.
, a not for profit agency that places service dogs for children and veterans around the globe, is hosting a Walk/Run fundraiser on Saturday, 8am at Young's Jersey Dairy, in Yellow Springs.
Eight gardens featuring imaginative garden décor and beautiful plantings are on the . The tour begins at Wegerzyn Gardens MetroPark, 1301 East Siebenthaler Avenue, and will be held rain or shine. This is Saturday, from 10am to 5pm.
WELCOME to 3RD SUNDAYS AT FRONT STREET. They are supporting local artists, artisans and entrepreneurs while helping to revitalize the East Third St. corridor. Their fair is Sunday, 11am to 4pm.
The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center have the Dayton Philharmonic String and Percussion Quartet. It is a program to connect audiences old and new to classical music. They have a wide variety of music, humor, personal stories, and conversations with the performers, who will answer all audience questions to demystify and debunk tired stereotypes of classical music. This is Sunday, 2 to 3pm.
Discover Classical 88.1 is seeking musical instruments for students in the Dayton region. You can donate a used instrument -- even strings, mouthpieces and reeds are needed -- to help a young musician who might not otherwise have access to a quality instrument. Simply take your instrument to your nearest Grismer Tire & Auto Service Center between now and July 31st.
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