Huber Center at the corner of Brandt Pike and Chambersburg Rd in Huber Heights Ohio is going to smell so good this weekend! July 25 & 26, 2015, it’s the 1st Annual Ribfest with professional grillmasters offering up pulled pork, chicken, ribs, brisket, and an amateur competition as well. This is a family-friendly event with […]
You should go. No really, you should just take a day and go to Carillon Park in Dayton OH. Appreciate the rich history of our little town, we held more patents per capita than any other U.S. city until the mid 20th century. Giants walked these streets and their legacy is kept alive at Carillon […]
Find out how to cut your energy bill with a FREE energy class for homeowners, taught by Adam Blake and Patrick Czeiszperger. The class will be held August 21, 2013, 6p.m. at 5075 Lemoyne Dr, Huber Heights.
Canoegrass is a weekend celebration of bluegrass music, the best of the human spirit and river life.
This week, from Monday July 22- Thursday July 25, JD’s Old Fashioned Frozen Custard (YUMMY indeed!) is holding a fundraiser for Dayton Children’s Medical Center. You bring in a new unwrapped toy and you will receive a coupon for a FREE SINGLE SCOOP. The toys make it Christmas-y but also, JD’s is offering some of their […]
This is an idea that is made for Dayton OH, and the Rustbelt cities like it. Start at Dayton Works Plus, which is a job-training program that teaches construction techniques to workers who are deconstructing our abandoned buildings and resells the salvaged pieces through the Architectural Reuse Company (ARC). Dayton Ohio’s deconstruction program has been […]
Sugar Camp-Pointe Oakwood is part of the 34 acre, multi-living use facility, Sugar Camp. The master plan for the community includes over 20 single family home sites, 20 attached condominium units, a 88 unit assisted care facility and a professional office park. Call Teri Lussier, Realty Central, 937.343.1411, for details on how to make Sugar Camp-Pointe Oakwood your new community.
The Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus has announced the fourth annual Benefit Musicale, “The Director’s Cut”, to be held on March 17th, at the Dayton Art Institute.
Dayton’s Eco-Rehabarama to be held in May in Huber Heights.
The Dayton arts community is vibrant and rich but still, it’s tough times for everyone. What’s a arts organization to do? Well if you are the Dayton Philharmonic, the Dayton Opera, and the Dayton Ballet, you sit down together to figure out a way to support each other. This week it was announced that the three stalwarts of performing arts in Dayton have joined to create the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance.