Commentary
12:30 pm
Fri November 9, 2012

What's Great in Dayton: November 9 - 15, 2012

Eastwood Metropark
Eastwood Metropark
Credit Mary Lou Guizzo

Don't Miss Out on One of the Largest Book Fairs in the Midwest.  The Friends of Planned Parenthood 42nd Annual Book Fair is today, Saturday and Sunday at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds.

The Montgomery County Animal Resource Center is hosting a Towel & Blanket Drive at the Bark Park. Please bring any gently used towels, blankets and/or new paper towels to the Bark Park on Friday or Saturday, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The donations will help with animal rescues during the cold, rainy and snowy months ahead.

Earth Joy Tree Climbing, is Saturday at the Eastwood MetroPark: Do more than hug a tree, climb one! Challenge yourself to hang like Spiderman, chill in a hammock high above the earth, or walk to the tips of sturdy Sycamore limbs, using recreational climbing ropes and harnesses. Openings still available for the 10:00 am and 2:30 pm climb.

WSWO, known as "Ultimate Oldies Radio" is hosting it's annual record sale on Saturday & Sunday. This is held at 6220 Chambersburg Rd. in the Huber Center. The stations format features material that charted during the first 3 decades of rock and roll and is accented with jazz, R&B and cross over religious & country
artists.

A conversation with all of the Winners of the 2012 Dayton Literary Peace Prize will be on Sunday, beginning at 11am at Books & Co. at The Greene.  And the Dayton Literary Peace Prize is Sunday at the Schuster.

Gotta go…..
Charlie, it’s a busy weekend, Campbell