On Saturday, June 7th, 2014, The Dayton Gay Men's Chorus will present the Dayton premiere of an oratorio that reflects the life of Harvey Milk, the first elected openly gay man to hold public office in California. The work, composed by Tony nominated Andrew Lippa, weaves elements of Milk's life, from childhood to his assassination in November of 1978.
The Peace Museum's new exhibit has twelve powerful portraits from artist Robert Shetterly's series, 'Americans Who Tell the Truth.' Each portrait includes a quote and short biography. One of the portraits is of Paul K. Chappell, a West Point Graduate from California who has spoken three times in Dayton. Dayton International Peace Museum and always free admission.
Cityfolk Festival in downtown Dayton….starts this evening at 6 and all day Saturday and Sunday….A three day multi-cultural celebration, featuring the best in traditional and ethnic music, dance and arts from across the United States and around the world. Great children's activities. Admission to the festival is free but there is a $5 suggested donation.