The 5th Annual Tour de Dayton cycling event will cruise through northwest Dayton’s neighborhoods on Saturday, August 1st. This free self-paced family-friendly activity includes a 10-mile route with stops at various Points of Interest including: Dayton View Triangle/Historic Seminary area, Roger Troutman Memorial Sound Sculpture, Rinaldo’s Bake Shoppe, Historic Fairview Park Amusement park site, Glass by James Michael & Co.(Blown Glass Shop, Classes & Gallery) Pat Antonick Heliotrope Studio(Ceramic Art, Beads, Digital Textile, Found Object Sculpture) Dayton Firehouse #14 & scenic … [Read more...]
The USOC is delighted to announce our new partnership with Five Rivers MetroParks to expand youth sport opportunities,” said Alicia McConnell, USOC director of training sites and community partnerships. “The Dayton community continues to show their commitment to supporting healthy and active lifestyles for their citizens, which is in line with the values and mission of the USOC.”
Saturday's workshop will consist of a 75 min Vinyasa yoga class, which will get your body's own detoxification process started. There will be a 75 min nutrition class to follow. You can cool down, learn about super foods, and how to detoxify your body, naturally and the most healthy way possible.
The Centerville Lions Club is a co-ed service organization providing assistance in different ways. Examples: we award scholarships to CHS seniors, assist in Flag Day ceremonies for Kindergartners, collect used eyewear and assist individuals with eye glasses. We look forward to greeting new members and identifying new projects. Check us out on http://www.CentervilleLions.org … [Read more...]
Every other Monday kayak enthusiasts and beer lovers unite on Twin Creek in Germantown. Float down the scenic twin creek, stop for the rope swings, meet some new people as they paddle by and work up an appetite.
The 5K walk/Run begins at 7pm Spend your evening at Wax Park and take part in a variety of special activities. After the 5K the Adam Cappa concert is FREE. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy. Food and refreshments will be sold as well as amusement rides.
Participants will receive a Subway Dragons 5k shirt, two lawn tickets to a Dragons game, a voucher for a free sub and a voucher for a buy one get one free offer from Subway, a Dragons souvenir, and access for themselves and their supporters to the post-race party featuring tons of activities for adults and kids alike!
The start of the ride has been carefully chosen as family friendly. We acknowledge that some members of the family may not want to ride a 50k or 100k ride. So we offer the family the opportunity to ride the first 3 ½ miles together. Then those wanting to return can turn onto a paved bike path and return to the starting point, Xenia Bike Hub. The more experienced riders can still ride together as a family for the first 14 miles.