Imagine an orchestra of 425 string musicians playing an exciting new composition in one Grand Finale. Evening of Strings is a collaboration of nine local high school orchestras for one glorious evening of music. This is at Dayton Masonic Center tonight at 7pm.
WINE DINNER WITH THE PRISONER WINE CO.
Citilites at the Schuster Center, Tuesday, 6 to 9pm; Tickets $75.
Hundreds of volunteers spend days intricately carving pumpkins are displayed each year on Oct 30-31 on the Grafton Hill
2017-2018 was a year of growth, connection, and collaboration. Now, it’s time for transformation. Celebrate the successes you helped make possible in the past year, and get a glimpse of what’s to come in 2018-2019-starting with a first look at their new logo. Thursday, 5 to 6:30pm, Dayton Metro Library – Eichelberger Forum.
At the Sinclair Community College Ponitz Center. Awards will be presented to four honorees who have worked diligently as advocates for the rights of low-income and disadvantaged people living in the Miami Valley. Thursday, starting at 5:30pm.
The Xtreme Bots & Collegiate Clash Competitions are Friday and Saturday. The event is FREE and open to the public.
Books for all ages, CDs, DVDs & More. everything is $1. Special Collection items are individually priced. FREE ADMISSION! All proceeds benefit the Friends of the Dayton Metro Library. Friday, 4 to 8pm; Saturday, 10am to 5pm at the Dayton Convention Center.
The ARTery at Front Street is a collection of 16 artists who have come together to renovate and occupy a space for art at the Front Street Building Company. To find us go to The Front Street Building Company and go in door b-c and go to the third floor.
Brings multiple female artists together in a wide representation of media: screen-print, installation, painting, and photography. Opening reception is during November First Friday from 6 to 9pm.
Presents Ashley Jude Jonas’s solo exhibition it’s likely in front of you. The exhibition features new sculptural, photographic and two dimensional works that reframe potential and wonder in the context of the everyday. An opening reception takes place Friday from 6-9pm at Dutoit Gallery, which is located in Front Street Warehouse, 1001 E 2nd St on the third floor of building 100 in Dayton.
8th Annual ART OFF Fundraiser.
Mingle with 50+ artists whose artwork will be included in the Bill Franz: Behind the Scenes exhibitand help select a winner of the 8th annual ART OFF Live Painting Competition. Buy local artwork and gift baskets during the silent auction. Enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres, drinks, live music and art demonstrations while supporting art education programs at K12 Gallery & TEJAS. Saturday, 6 to 9pm.
This bird seed has been specially developed by Aullwood to attract more unique Midwestern birds with high quality ingredients and no fillers. Also a big selection of quality bird feeders, field guides and natural history books at the Center. Admission is free all day! Saturday, 9am to 4pm.
These winter ales are created specifically to bring warmth and cheer to the holiday season. From Belgians and Barleywines to Stouts and Sours, these beers are rich, robust and full of complex flavors. Bring a pair of mittens and or gloves for their mitten tree and receive one free ticket for the Chinese Raffle! Proceeds benefit Brothers Helping Brothers, who provide fire equipment for rural fire departments Lobby of Kettering Tower, Saturday, 4 to 7pm.
It is adorned with custom designed trees, garlands and wreaths, unique ornaments and decorations, holiday serveware, and an assortment of women’s accessories for the season. There are gifts for just about everyone. Sunday, 11am to 5pm.
At the administration building of Ohio Hospice, (Paragon and Commerce Park). Come and hear retired Kettering dentist, Charles Dickerson, share his original research about Charles Anderson: From Brown Street to Gettysburg. All are welcome to attend and enjoy light refreshments to conclude the afternoon. Sunday at 2pm.
Beethoven Symphony No. 7, Dvorak Cello Concerto.
The cello was finally propelled to the level of the piano and violin as a prominent solo instrument with Dvorak’s concerto in B minor. The concerto’s focus on virtuosity also yields to tender and lyrical passages and recalls Dvorak’s Bohemian roots through the use of rhythmic folk melodies. Kettering Seventh Day Adventist Church, Sunday, 3pm.