|Summer Adult & Teen Evening Pottery Classes
510 E. Third St.; Thursday, 6-8 p.m.
Join them for 6 weeks of summer pottery class for teens and adults with ceramic artist Lauren Gruber. Class will accommodate all levels of potters. Call to register and for cost. 461-5149.
Todd’s Toast for Oak Tree Corner
America’s Packard Museum,
420 S. Ludlow St.; Thursday, 6-9 p.m.
Enjoy amazing food and wine in Todd Nikolai’s honor as we raise funds to show appreciation for Oak Tree Corner (a nonprofit organization providing grief support for children and teens). A live performance by The Eric Jerardi Band and a silent wine auction (including rare wines) will be highlights of the evening. $30 at the door.
Friday at 8:00pm the Stivers Jazz Orchestra with Derrick Gardner are performing. This is at Stivers School for the Arts.
This Huber Hgts house sits on 1-1/2 acres that incorporate woodland gardens in which grow 6,000+ hostas, wildflowers, daylilies — all planted and cared for by the previous owner, an avid gardener/grower.
Now the new owner intends to replace all this with trees and bushes and is offering all of it for FREE. You just need to dig plants yourself and have lots of containers to haul off all the treasures you find.
Times & Hours: Every day, 9:00am to 3:30pm
Location: Huber Heights, south of I-70, west of Rt. 202 (Old Troy Pike), [via Johannsen Ave., Dial Dr., Lincrest Pl.]
Contact: Sandy Kenney 937-307-7956
Note: Sandy is working hard to fix up the place and would appreciate a call to confirm when you expect to arrive.
Reminder: This is a U-Dig-‘Em… bring your own shovels & containers.
Twilight Concerts at the DAI
Gem City Chorus, Dayton Guitar Trio & Alexandria Duet
June 14 2012
The DAI annual Summer Twilight Concerts kick off on June 14 with the Gem City Chorus, Dayton Guitar Trio and Alexandria Duet (classical guitar and violin). Twilight Concerts take place on select Thursdays during June, July and August.
Building the Circle of Peace
Children’s Summer Peace Camp, Dayton International Peace Museum, June 18-21, 2012, Inviting all children ages 3 through grade 6 to come to Summer Peace Camp each day from June 18 – June 21(Monday through Thursday) from 9:00 AM til noon! Join us in “Building the Circle of Peace” every day with stories, games, crafts, snacks and music and dance!
DeWeese Ridgecrest Neighborhood Showcases Eight Gardens
Waterfalls, ponds and garden trains are some of the amazing features on the third DeWeese Ridgecrest Civic Association Garden Showcase on Saturday, June 16th from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eight gardens in the DeWeese Ridgecrest neighborhood are on the tour which will be held rain or shine.
On the day of the tour tickets can be purchased at the tour table at Wegerzyn Gardens MetroPark, 1301 East Siebenthaler Avenue or at the Starnes-Serrer garden at 3451 Ridge Avenue, Dayton, OH, 45414. Visitors may drive, bike or walk from garden to garden.
We’re Working to Make the Dayton Tire Site Beautiful!
Community members and families are invited to plant wildflowers at the Dayton Tire Site so we can continue to transform this vacant lot into a beautiful prairie together! 2342 W. Riverview Ave. Dayton 45402. Saturday, June 23, 2012, 9:00a.m. – 12:00 p.m. COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH PROVIDED
Pre-registration is required. Please contact Nina Lapitan at (937) 890-7360, ext. 14 firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibit: Limitless View, Dayton Visual Arts Center (DVAC), 118 N. Jefferson St.; 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday. In Limitless View, Stefan Chinov and Craig Lloyd explore divergent methods of understanding and re-thinking limitless landscapes-both real and imagined. Primarily a sculptor and draftsman, Stefan Chinov’s new work was inspired by his recent residency on the bases of Antarctica. Craig Lloyd’s paintings of landscapes in central and southern Ohio and northern Kentucky capture the sensation of stopping to take in the view.
Michelob Women In Jazz
Ride the River Rentals, RiverScape MetroPark;
111 E. Monument Ave.; 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturdays & Sundays, 1-8 p.m. holidays. Kayak rentals Saturdays only, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Whether you want to be on the river or riding alongside it, bikes and roller blades are available for rental at Ride the River Rentals on weekends and holidays Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. A variety of bicycles are available as well as a host of child attachments. Rollerblades are also available. Kayak rentals, provided by Whitewater Warehouse, will be available Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
On Sunday from 11:00 to 3 check out the Garden Station Community Garden and Art Park, at Fourth St. & Wayne Ave. The Sunday Market features local urban farmers, artists, and live music. Go to facebook and find GardenStation
Culp’s Cafe serving breakfast on Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays from 7:30am to 3:00pm. This is at the Carillion Historical Park.
Band Geeks at The Human Race
WICKED…..back by popular demand!
If you’re coming to see WICKED at the Schuster Center, be sure to check out all of there is to see and do in downtown Dayton! More than a dozen downtown businesses are offering special discounts, menu items and other specials. Wicked Deals Downtown.
Follow the Yellow Brick Road….to Dayton!!!!
MCOFuture Open Public Forum #3
Sinclair Community College Ponitz Center, Building 12, 444 W. Third St.; 5-7 p.m., Tuesday, June19.
Everyone has something to say about taxes and government services. Now is the time to share your thoughts and help plan Montgomery County’s future. Are you concerned about public services, taxes and how we’ll pay for them in the future? Montgomery County invites you to join a vital discussion on our basic infrastructure, on-demand, quality of life and safety net services. A lot of good things are happening here, but real challenges remain. How we pay for services in the future is one of them.