It is going to be another great fall week in Dayton with plenty of things to do!
On Wednesday, it’s all about social justice, with a little theater and beer brewed in the mix. At lunch time, attend the Awareness Luncheon at the Dayton Racquet Club to learn more about human trafficking or the Domestic Violence Vigil at Courthouse Square to remember the victims of domestic violence and to honor those survivors. At the Schuster Center, you will be able to attend Mel Brooks’ ‘Young Frankenstein’. And I didn’t forget the beer – there is a Beer Tasting at Trolley Stop, as well as a Beer Tasting with Beer Guru Charles at Rumbleseat Wine.
On Thursday, don’t miss your chance to get fresh produce at the Centerville Farmers Market. You may have to wait another year for both Dayton’s and Minster’s Oktoberfests, but you will still have the opportunity to participate in Rue Dumaine’s Oktoberfest, with a special menu and beer selection! One of the other great things about this time of year is pumpkin beer…and you will be able to have some with the Pumpkin Beer Tap Takeover at Spinoza’s or Pumpkin Beer Night at Thai 9. And if you feel guilty about drinking beer, then pair it with religion with Theology on Tap at Oregon Express. Wishing to jazz things up a bit? Listen to Ed Clay and The Patrol as part of the Vectren Just Jazz Series at the Dayton Art Institute. If you want to get involved in your community, join Generation Dayton for the event, Better Boards 101. And at the Fraze in Kettering, participate in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk.
On Friday, if you enjoy discussing economic issues, then be sure to attend the Economic Summit on the Revitalization of Manufacturing at the Dayton Convention Center. Friday is also First Friday downtown, so be sure to check out all the galleries, live music, demonstrations, the First Friday Scavenger Hunt, the Dayton Visual Arts Center’s Steamroller Prints: Flat-Out Fun, and much more! At Victoria Theatre, “catch” The Flying Karamazov Brothers, whose show will involve music, comedy, dance, theater, and juggling. Plus, there is a Buckeye Vodka Tasting prior to the show! If you enjoy being spooked, then make your way to the Land Of Illusion Haunted Scream Park in Middletown. At the Schuster Center, Mel Brooks’ ‘Young Frankenstein’ will still be showing. And over at Sinclair, check out A Vintage Affair, in which you will be able to sample wines and unique beers, have a few hors d’oeuvres and desserts, take part in a silent auction, and enjoy jazz music.
On Saturday, kick-off your day with me at the Kickin’ It for Breast Cancer Fall Kickball Classic. They have gone country at the 2nd Street Market with Saturday Live Music by The Johnsons. Make a trip up to Yellow Springs for the Yellow Springs Street Fair. Or make your “way” to Waynesville for the very popular Sauerkraut Festival – just be sure to get there early as it will be very “krauted”. Oktoberfest celebrations are not over yet! Head to the Dayton Liederkranz Turner German Club for their Oktoberfest Celebration. There will also be beer at the Big Beers & Barley Wines Beer Fest 2011 at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds. At Stivers, watch the amazing Dayton Contemporary Dance Company during their Fall Concert – Director’s Cut. Attend Haunting Harmony at Centerville High School to listen to the Gem City Chorus, with some great guest artists including contestants from NBC’s The Sing Off. Or catch Mel Brooks’ ‘Young Frankenstein’ if you haven’t yet had an opportunity to do so.
On Sunday, kick it into gear by participating in the 35th Dayton River Corridor Classic Half-Marathon & 5k Run/Walk. Head to Stivers to see the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company’s Director’s Cut. Purchase some local goods at Garden Station Sunday Market. In addition, you will be able to check out the Ohio Renaissance Festival, the Sauerkraut Festival, or Mel Brooks’ ‘Young Frankenstein’.
And now it’s time for the Dumb Joke of the Week. Drum roll please…
What do you call a clever monster? Frank Einstein
These are just a few best bets from the DMM Calendar. There are plenty more events listed there, so if you haven’t, I encourage you to check it out today! Also, if you have an event to share or promote, please submit it– it’s great marketing and better yet, it’s FREE! And finally, if you have a dumb joke to share, I’m all ears!
Have a great week Dayton!
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