Things to do in Huber Heights, and beyond, in January 2017

January can be a bleak month for many people. It’s post-holiday, it’s often bitterly cold and the nights are still long but let’s try to uncocoon ourselves and take in a few goings-on around Huber Heights. A quick list for the rest of January.

Check out a classic movie,  like Singing in the Rain, at Rave Cinemas, Waynetown Blvd!

The AF Museum hosts a Family Day, and in January, it’s all about Robots!

robots-among-usLearn a new skill! Carriage Hill has a Sourdough Baking Class. Yum.

If you are like me, we end up at the same restaurant all the time.
This month, why not try a new restaurant in Huber Heights?

Stay informed, get involved! Check in on what’s happening at City Hall.

Experience the grandeur of the Metropolitan Opera via their live streaming feed from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City. This month it’s Romeo et Juliette.

What would a Midwest winter be without the great tradition of the Catholic Fish Fry?

Speaking of food, January hosts the Dayton area Winter Restaurant Week.

Can be difficult to blow off some physical energy, but the Vandalia Rec Center’s got your back with Free Wall Climb.

There you go! Get out, get exploring your city!

 

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