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What's Great In Dayton: March 30 - April 5, 2018

Mar 30, 2018

Credit courtesy of Dayton History

The 77th Annual Easter Sunrise Service is Carillon Historical Park's oldest event. In fair weather and foul, during triumphant and trying times, people from all walks of life have gathered at Deeds Carillon in this early morning Easter light for this powerful display of faith. There is no cost and bring a chair or blanket. Sunday, 6:30am.

Just in time for a spring tune-up on your bikes, the Wright Stop Bike Shop at 12 S. Main Street in Downtown Dayton is opening its doors. It’s the only bike repair shop in Downtown Dayton and this starts on Monday.

Our Everyday Life is a film that dramatizes the day to day lives of one family in Sarajevo with the unsolved political situation and the economic hardships of postwar Bosnia. It is a must see for people in the Dayton area who seek a clear and authentic understanding of the lives of people today in our sister city. This is Tuesday, April 3, 7:30pm at The Neon.

Apply Now for Leadership Dayton. You can feel you have a better understanding of our region and its issues and can stay connected to the network of leaders you meet. You will be filled with pride when you consider the difference you made through your class project. Applications are now open for the Leadership Dayton, Class of 2019. Details are online, and the application deadline is April 6.

Activated Spaces, an initiative to fill downtown storefronts, is accepting applications for short-term retail and service businesses to open downtown this spring. The application deadline is Friday, April 20.

Don't miss the most fun, outrageous way to support your favorite public radio station: WYSO Serious. The night includes self-skewering comedy from your favorite WYSO voices, community comedy groups, and dancing with Radio Basim. This is Saturday, April 7th, 7pm, Memorial Hall, Downtown Dayton.

Gotta go….
Charlie, It’s Great In Dayton, Campbell