What's Great In Dayton: February 8 - 14, 2019
Make a trip to Tipp to this year’s annual Tipp City Arts & Fine Crafts Show! Local artists and fine craftspersons are offering lots of great art and fine crafts ranging from paintings to wood crafts to glass to fabric to metal to jewelry! This is at the Zion Lutheran Church’s Community Room, Saturday, 10am to 4pm.
For more than a dozen years Coco's Bistro has put on "Savor your Sunday" brunches benefiting Stivers School for the Arts. It's one of the only times during the entire year that the popular restaurant is open for brunch 10am to 1:30pm. And this Sunday the Stivers Jazz Orchestra are performing.
The Aullwood’s Winter Speaker is Matthew Shumar who is involved with the Lights Out Ohio program across the state of Ohio. This project helps reduce bird mortality rates from collisions with buildings and increases data collection success with volunteer training and public outreach and education. This is Sunday, 2:30 to 4pm.
The Dayton Literary Peace Prize are announcing their Call for Submissions. If you have read a book that was published or translated into English in 2018 and you think it fits their criteria and should be nominated, fill out their form. Nominations are due by March 15. All the criteria are in daytonliterarypeaceprize.org/2019-guidelines
The Dayton Convention & Visitors Bureau wants pictures of you, your friends and family having fun in our community! We all love showing off things of Dayton, and they want to see your depiction of the things you love most about the Dayton and Montgomery County area. Show off your favorite photos using #DiscoverDayton, and you might even snag some cool prizes!
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