What's Great in Dayton: August 8 - 14, 2014
The Germanfest Picnic is at the Carillon Historical Park. There are many ways to enjoy a culture; its food, its drink, the music, the crafts, and an appreciation of its history. Tonight, Saturday and Sunday.
Explore Yoga in Nature. Connect with your own true nature in a natural environment through a gentle and restorative yoga class. Classes will focus on meditation techniques, breathing exercises and postures which encourage an increased mind-body-spirit awareness, balance and harmony. Saturday, 9:00 - 10:00 AM at Hills & Dales MetroPark
The Dayton Glass Day is Saturday. Learn more about various art glass processes from Dayton's own makers and hear remembrances of Dayton's first great studio glass artist, Tom Chapman. This is Saturday afternoon at the Dayton Art Institute.
On Saturday from 8:30 to 10 p.m. you can do a Prairie Full Moon Walk. August is the month that brings summer to maturity. The big bluestem in the prairie has reached towering heights. Insect sounds fill the night air. An Aullwood naturalist will lead this relaxing, cooling night walk in the light of the Prairie Moon.
Bringing Your Faith into the Workplace. Brother Victor M. Forlani, Director of the Center for the Integration of Faith and Work at the University of Dayton will explore the value, personal commitment, and meaning of your chosen life's work. Sunday, 2:00 p.m. at the Dayton International Peace Museum.
One of the most popular Dayton-area art festivals is Sunday. This is Art on the Commons at Kettering’s Lincoln Park Civic Commons on Sunday, from 11 to 5. It features fine arts and crafts by 100 talented artists from around the country. Entertainment is scheduled throughout the day and concessions are available.
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