Charlie Campbell

Charlie Campbell wants to spread the news of so many wonderful aspects in the greater Dayton area. He is a cheerleader and a real believer that our area is the place to be. He has been active in this area for almost 40 years and you can hear him weekly at WYSO.

Cyclops Fest is turning 5! It is on Saturday for a day filled with handmade shopping, craft beer, great food, amazing music and D.I.Y. wonderfulness!!! Bring a friend, tell a family member or just come solo and ride in on the back of your favorite majestic mythological creature! FREE unicorn parking! Bryan Center in Yellow Springs. On your Facebook go to cyclopsfest.

The forests are not always what they seem in Stephen Sondheim's spellbinding, romantic, and brilliant play.

Weaving everyone's favorite fairy tales together, this delightful, dark, and witty musical asks: What happens AFTER happily ever after? Into The Woods is this play and it is at the Victoria Theatre this weekend.

Ladyfest Dayton, which is tonight and tomorrow at the Yellow Cab on East 4th , hopes to bring together and inspire people through music, art, and education. On top of enjoying some of the best live music from Dayton, you get to know that you are making a direct contribution to your community.

Join Glen Helen Director and Ornithologist, Nick Boutis to search for birds throughout the Glen. Birders of all skill levels are encouraged to join the walk. Make new friends, learn new skills, and explore the beauty of Glen Helen. Saturday 8 - 10am. Meet at the Trailside Museum.

Drop by, hang out, and party on in the downtown Dayton Square! Tonight from 5 to 8pm is the Drop Party for Over the Edge, the popular annual fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters. Watch as local fundraisers rappel down the side of the 27-story KeyBank Tower. Enjoy food, beer, and live music, try your hand (and feet) at a climbing wall, fun tricycle races, and more!

The Human Race Theatre’s commitment to the creation of new plays and musicals takes center stage with its first-ever Festival of New Works. They have selected 5 works in development to present as staged and table readings for this exciting summer event. These will be tonight and Saturday and audience discussions with the writers follow all readings.

He's called Crazy Joe because you can't pin him down! This crazy genius will bring 1950s rock and roll via blazing guitar with touches of country and blues. You will love the "Outlaw" versions of your favorite 50s tunes but you will also rock and roll to the vintage sounds of his original numbers too. This is tonight, 7:30pm in downtown Troy.

The Celtic Fest is tonight, Saturday and Sunday in downtown Dayton at RiverScape. You can experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of the Celtic heritage.  Discover the magic that keeps people returning to Dayton's Celtic Festival year after year. There are 4 stages so things are going on all the time…..and it is free!

The Summer in the City Street Party is taking place tonight from 5 to 8 p.m. in downtown Dayton. It will feature live entertainment, food, and beer, and will showcase downtown Dayton's performing arts groups. This kicks off the Dayton Philharmonic's new Summer in the City concert series. It's also the first night for the Victoria Theatre Cool Films series and they are showing American Graffiti.

The DAI is offering a look back at the World Wars this summer, with the special exhibitions Call to Duty: World War Posters, and Tears of Stone: World War I Remembered, Photographs by Jane Alden Stevens. It features more than 80 original war posters from World War I and World War II and some huge photographs. This is opening tomorrow on The Fourth of July.