What's Great in Dayton: April 11 - 17, 2014
On Saturday, 9:30 to noon, in Memorial Hall there is a workshop Justice & Equality In Dayton: Launching a Movement to Challenge Economic Injustice. No registration or fee required. Just come.
Sunwatch is having two presentations on Saturday. At 10:30 you can learn all about how and why the gold objects were used by four cultures in the ancient Andes. And at 2pm enjoy an afternoon of Native American flute music with Grammy and Nammy award winning performer Joseph FireCrow.
Believing in the great talent of our young filmmakers, FilmDayton is pleased to bring support for the 2014 Sundog Film Festival. Submissions are now being accepted for short films by students in grades 8-12.
Garden Station wants you to turn your bicycle into a functional work of art by reusing stuff that usually would go in a dump. There will be prizes! On Facebook go to: Recycled Art Bike Contest @ EarthFest!
WYSO has new editions for ReInvention Stories. Every Wednesday morning, a new ReInvention radio story is airing right here. Now you can learn about Don Domineck has resiliency and a strong sense of community pride and how he has proven that the road back home is paved through helping others succeed.
Charlie, It’s Great In Dayton, Campbell