MY DAY: The Oregon District

I love the intersection of Fifth and Patterson streets in downtown Dayton.

At this intersection you’ll find The Neon movies, Smokin’ Barbecue, Arby’s leading through the train overpass into the exciting little world of Dayton’s historical Oregon District.

Tonight was one of those nights where there was an excitement in the air while walking through the district. In a few weeks, the college students will have all returned to the area and the Oregon District will be even more alive and festive.

I’m not much for the bar scene but I do love the restaurants and unique shops that make up this area. But the best part is the people who work in this district and everyone who supports it.

History. Music. Food. Art. Specialties. People.

It doesn’t get much bette.

About Wright Flyer Guy

Darin is a single adoptive father, a teacher, playwright, and musical theatre director from Kettering, Ohio.
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