What's Great in Dayton: February 21 - 27, 2014
The snow is gone, and we are closer to spring.
Do you have an idea, technology or innovation, but aren't certain where to start? The first annual Entrepreneurs Open celebrates Dayton's Start a Business Day, which is tomorrow, Saturday, in the downtown Dayton Entrepreneur’s Center.
Asian Immigration History: From Outcasts to Living the American Dream. Three local Asian culture and history experts will trace the inspiring story of Asian immigrants from the 1800's to today at a presentation at the Dayton International Peace Museum. This is Saturday, at 12:30 p.m.
Wait, What, Wow!! is an evening of laughs as the members of the comedy workshop take the stage with Mama Kate, local award winning comedian. This is Saturday at 7:00pm, in the Glen Helen Building, here in Yellow Springs.
Day of Caring 365, is a nonprofit local organization, that supports the homeless and the hungry. The organization coordinates with schools, businesses, churches and cultural groups to host a regional pancake brunch this Sunday.
The Oakwood Historical Society and Wright Memorial Public Library present Beyond the Flyer III; Dayton's Aviation Heritage. This program encompasses the rich history and impact Dayton had on aviation throughout the years, and into the future. The program is free and open to the public on Sunday, 2:00pm - 3:30pm in the Oakwood Library.
Are you curious about the Miami Valley, its history, people or economy? Is there a place, a person or a story that mystifies or intrigues you? Do you like to ask questions? WYSO Curious is a new occasional series that lets you ask questions for WYSO reporters to answer. Submit your own question!
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