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5 things you must experience at Sunwatch’s Pow Wow this weekend
 You don’t have to travel far to immerse yourself in Native American culture.  Thanks to the Miami Valley Council for Native Americans and its annual Keeping the Tradition Pow Wow, families can learn more about Indian life and traditions through dancing, drumming, singing, crafts and stories. This year’s Pow Wow is slated...

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You don’t have to travel far to immerse yourself in Native American culture.  Thanks to the Miami Valley Council for Native Americans and its annual Keeping the Tradition Pow Wow, families can learn more about Indian life and traditions through dancing, drumming, singing, crafts and stories. This year’s Pow Wow is slated...
Miracle Clubhouse can use your help
 Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley’s Miracle Clubhouse is a community organized to help people living with serious mental illness as they manage their illness and rejoin the world of employment, education, family and friends. It’s billed as “A Place to Belong.” “At the heart of the Clubhouse model is the community...

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Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley’s Miracle Clubhouse is a community organized to help people living with serious mental illness as they manage their illness and rejoin the world of employment, education, family and friends. It’s billed as “A Place to Belong.” “At the heart of the Clubhouse model is the community...
How you can look inside these designer decorated apartments at the Delco Lofts
 The 2017 Designers’ Show House is officially under way. Hosted by 40 dedicated members of the Dayton Philharmonic Volunteer Association, the show house will welcome visitors to 17 newly decorated apartments through Sunday, June 25. The show house takes place at the Delco Lofts in Dayton. The biennial event, which dates back to 1979...

Posted: 3 days ago

The 2017 Designers’ Show House is officially under way. Hosted by 40 dedicated members of the Dayton Philharmonic Volunteer Association, the show house will welcome visitors to 17 newly decorated apartments through Sunday, June 25. The show house takes place at the Delco Lofts in Dayton. The biennial event, which dates back to 1979...
Pow Wow celebrates Native American culture
 Spring trips to Phoenix, Albuquerque and Santa Fe — as well as the recent Kay WalkingStick exhibit at the Dayton Art Institute — have given me an even greater appreciation of Native American history and culture. At the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center I learned about the history, culture, and art of the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico....

Posted: 4 days ago

Spring trips to Phoenix, Albuquerque and Santa Fe — as well as the recent Kay WalkingStick exhibit at the Dayton Art Institute — have given me an even greater appreciation of Native American history and culture. At the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center I learned about the history, culture, and art of the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico....
Shakespeare lovers? Head to Richmond
 Many of us have fond memories of lovely summer evenings spent at Antioch’s famous Shakespeare Under the Stars festival. In the mid-1950s, under the direction of Arthur Lithgow and Meredith Dallas, the company undertook the incredible task of producing all 38 of Shakespeare’s plays in repertory. Theater-lovers and critics from...

Posted: 5 days ago

Many of us have fond memories of lovely summer evenings spent at Antioch’s famous Shakespeare Under the Stars festival. In the mid-1950s, under the direction of Arthur Lithgow and Meredith Dallas, the company undertook the incredible task of producing all 38 of Shakespeare’s plays in repertory. Theater-lovers and critics from...
Autism Society needs sensory-friendly toys, games
 The Dayton Autism Society, a nonprofit organization entirely run by volunteers, serves families in Montgomery, Preble, Darke, Miami, Clark, Greene and Warren counties. The group provides financial assistance to individuals — both children and adults — with Autism Spectrum Disorder who need help paying for therapy, adaptive equipment...

Posted: 8 days ago

The Dayton Autism Society, a nonprofit organization entirely run by volunteers, serves families in Montgomery, Preble, Darke, Miami, Clark, Greene and Warren counties. The group provides financial assistance to individuals — both children and adults — with Autism Spectrum Disorder who need help paying for therapy, adaptive equipment...
A few reasons not to miss this ‘Circus’ rolling into town this week
 It couldn’t have come at a better time. Just weeks after the new show “Circus 1903” opened at the Sydney Opera House in Australia, it was announced that the most famous circus of all — Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey — would be ending for good. Meanwhile, Simon Painter and his creative team — who&rsquo...

Posted: 10 days ago

It couldn’t have come at a better time. Just weeks after the new show “Circus 1903” opened at the Sydney Opera House in Australia, it was announced that the most famous circus of all — Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey — would be ending for good. Meanwhile, Simon Painter and his creative team — who&rsquo...
Why this museum change is creating a stir among volunteers
 A major overhaul is under way for guided tours at the Dayton Art Institute.  A new emphasis will be placed on more interaction with visitors and their responses to the works of art, necessitating a shift away from the traditional tour model, according to museum leadership. And with this change comes changes for the museum&rsquo...

Posted: 10 days ago

A major overhaul is under way for guided tours at the Dayton Art Institute.  A new emphasis will be placed on more interaction with visitors and their responses to the works of art, necessitating a shift away from the traditional tour model, according to museum leadership. And with this change comes changes for the museum&rsquo...
Designers’ Showhouse opens this week at Delco Lofts
 Charles Kettering, an innovative thinker himself, might not be surprised to see his first permanent Delco factory building in downtown Dayton transformed into luxury loft-style apartments and decorated by some of the Miami Valley’s top designers. “Boss” Kettering, after all, is credited with inventions ranging from the electric...

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Charles Kettering, an innovative thinker himself, might not be surprised to see his first permanent Delco factory building in downtown Dayton transformed into luxury loft-style apartments and decorated by some of the Miami Valley’s top designers. “Boss” Kettering, after all, is credited with inventions ranging from the electric...
Surprise proposal steals the show at Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus and DCDC concert
 It’s not every day this happens. A highlight of last weekend’s Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus and Dayton Contemporary Dance Company concert was a surprise marriage proposal. At one point in second half of the concert, singer tenor Tony Heston stepped forward, inviting tenor Michael Reiger to join him. After getting...

Posted: 14 days ago

It’s not every day this happens. A highlight of last weekend’s Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus and Dayton Contemporary Dance Company concert was a surprise marriage proposal. At one point in second half of the concert, singer tenor Tony Heston stepped forward, inviting tenor Michael Reiger to join him. After getting...
Two ways you can support Life Essentials this week
 Life Essentials is in its 26th year providing services to seniors struggling with mental illness in our community. The Chums program, the original program offered by the agency, specializes in assisting seniors in developing social relationships and skills for an independent life. One of the organization’s goals is to ensure that all...

Posted: 15 days ago

Life Essentials is in its 26th year providing services to seniors struggling with mental illness in our community. The Chums program, the original program offered by the agency, specializes in assisting seniors in developing social relationships and skills for an independent life. One of the organization’s goals is to ensure that all...
Actress’ art on display this week at DVAC
 Actress Eve Plumb, currently starring The Human Race Theatre Company’s world premier of “Family Ties,” is multi-talented. Plumb, best known for her role as Jan in the “Brady Bunch,” has also been painting for more than 25 years with a focus on still life, film noir and western scenes. “Eve Plumb: Small...

Posted: 16 days ago

Actress Eve Plumb, currently starring The Human Race Theatre Company’s world premier of “Family Ties,” is multi-talented. Plumb, best known for her role as Jan in the “Brady Bunch,” has also been painting for more than 25 years with a focus on still life, film noir and western scenes. “Eve Plumb: Small...
This game of mini golf promises to make you smarter
 We already know miniature golf is fun. Now it will make you smarter. A new exhibit at the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery will allow families to enjoy a game of miniature golf at the same time they’re learning important environmental lessons. The show opens Saturday, June 19. “As they play, the golf ball simulates many adventures...

Posted: 16 days ago

We already know miniature golf is fun. Now it will make you smarter. A new exhibit at the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery will allow families to enjoy a game of miniature golf at the same time they’re learning important environmental lessons. The show opens Saturday, June 19. “As they play, the golf ball simulates many adventures...
Schuster will become a ‘big top’
 When they dreamed up the idea of re-creating the Golden Age of Circus on stage, the producers of “Circus 1903” had no idea their touring production would turn out to be so timely. Just weeks after their new show opened at the Sydney Opera House in Australia, it was announced that the most famous circus of all — Ringling...

Posted: 18 days ago

When they dreamed up the idea of re-creating the Golden Age of Circus on stage, the producers of “Circus 1903” had no idea their touring production would turn out to be so timely. Just weeks after their new show opened at the Sydney Opera House in Australia, it was announced that the most famous circus of all — Ringling...
Play miniature golf at the Boonshoft Museum
 A new exhibit at the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery will allow families to enjoy a game of miniature golf at the same time they’re learning important environmental lessons. The show opens Saturday, June 19. “Fore! The Planet,” a traveling exhibit created by the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University in Philadelphia...

Posted: 19 days ago

A new exhibit at the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery will allow families to enjoy a game of miniature golf at the same time they’re learning important environmental lessons. The show opens Saturday, June 19. “Fore! The Planet,” a traveling exhibit created by the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University in Philadelphia...
How Dayton landed the world premiere of ‘Family Ties’ on stage
 “Family Ties” on stage? World premiere in Dayton, Ohio? Cast includes a famous Brady sister? Yes and yes and yes! Here’s the story: Daniel Goldstein had only been to Dayton once, but the visit made quite an impression. “I came out to see ‘Snapshots’ at The Human Race Theatre some years ago and loved the...

Posted: 21 days ago

“Family Ties” on stage? World premiere in Dayton, Ohio? Cast includes a famous Brady sister? Yes and yes and yes! Here’s the story: Daniel Goldstein had only been to Dayton once, but the visit made quite an impression. “I came out to see ‘Snapshots’ at The Human Race Theatre some years ago and loved the...
The Rubi Girls posed in ‘Kinky Boots’ and it is the sassiest thing ever
 It wasn’t just the on-stage performers who showed up in knee-high stiletto boots at last Sunday’s “Kinky Boots” matinee. Members of The Rubi Girls — Dayton’s popular comedic drag troupe arrived at the Schuster Center’s Wintergarden in their own kinky boots as well. The guys —dressed in street...

Posted: 21 days ago

It wasn’t just the on-stage performers who showed up in knee-high stiletto boots at last Sunday’s “Kinky Boots” matinee. Members of The Rubi Girls — Dayton’s popular comedic drag troupe arrived at the Schuster Center’s Wintergarden in their own kinky boots as well. The guys —dressed in street...
Blue Star Mothers need items for the troops
 The national organization of Blue Star Mothers of America is a nonprofit organization that’s been supporting our active duty military and veterans since World War II. The local group — Miami Valley Chapter No. 3 — is one of the largest in the United States. Members include both mothers of active-duty military or honorably...

Posted: 22 days ago

The national organization of Blue Star Mothers of America is a nonprofit organization that’s been supporting our active duty military and veterans since World War II. The local group — Miami Valley Chapter No. 3 — is one of the largest in the United States. Members include both mothers of active-duty military or honorably...
“Family Ties” comes to the Human Race Theatre
 Daniel Goldstein had only been to Dayton once, but the visit made quite an impression. “I came out to see ‘Snapshots’ at The Human Race Theatre some years ago and loved the theater,” explains the New York playwright. The musical, by well-known composer Stephen Schwartz, was on stage at The Loft in 2007. “I loved...

Posted: 26 days ago

Daniel Goldstein had only been to Dayton once, but the visit made quite an impression. “I came out to see ‘Snapshots’ at The Human Race Theatre some years ago and loved the theater,” explains the New York playwright. The musical, by well-known composer Stephen Schwartz, was on stage at The Loft in 2007. “I loved...
David Smith retrospective planned
 The Dayton Society of Artists and The Dayton Art Institute are partnering to present an exhibition and sale by one of Dayton’s most beloved artists. David Smith, well known for his sketches of the Miami Valley, died in 2016 at the age of 95 and asked that his work be shared with proceeds supporting the Dayton Art Institute. The show...

Posted: 26 days ago

The Dayton Society of Artists and The Dayton Art Institute are partnering to present an exhibition and sale by one of Dayton’s most beloved artists. David Smith, well known for his sketches of the Miami Valley, died in 2016 at the age of 95 and asked that his work be shared with proceeds supporting the Dayton Art Institute. The show...
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