What's Great in Dayton: December 13 - 19, 2013
Imagine: nearly a hundred people huddled together on a cold December evening to face the waning light by consoling themselves through the power of the written word. Tonight from 7-9pm the Tecumseh Land Trust and Glen Helen Ecology Institute are once again sponsoring a poetry reading.
Now the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company’s most beloved dance concert is happening. It’s called In the Spirit of...and it taps into the deepest origins of the African-American community that gave birth to the dance company. Saturday, at 7:30pm; Sunday, at 4:00pm
Home Alone….the famous movie is Saturday, at noon at The Neon.
St. Anne's Hill holiday historic home tour is making its return Friday, Saturday and Sunday with guided tours of some of Dayton's most beautiful historic homes.
The Niederman Christmas Farm and Display is a walk-though Christmas Display and you can enjoy tens of thousands of lights that illuminate the path. You will see life-size nativity and several Biblical scenes telling the real story of Christmas.
And since you are a radio fan there is a great show at the Victoria and it is called It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play. It is the holiday classic performed as a live 1940s radio broadcast – complete with jazzy radio jingles, hilarious commercials, and a glamorous cast.
Apply Now for WYSO's Community Voices Training Course. Over 100 people from all walks of life and from all over the Miami Valley have been doing this. You learn to record and edit audio, conduct interviews, write for radio, and produce stories by, for, and about the Miami Valley.
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