Another week, another list of highlights from Charlie Campbell:
|Richard V. Reeves’s talk is titled, “Dream Hoarders: Tackling Inequality and Class in America.” This is on Monday, 7pm in Kennedy Union Ballroom and is free and open to the public. Parking is available in B and C lots only.
Concert For a Cure. This Annual Acoustic Concert is to raise money and awareness in the month of October which is Breast Cancer Awareness month. This show is for all ages. Funds raised will stay in the community to provide support in transportation, meals, comfort and to let them know they are not alone in this battle. Dayton Convention Center, Wednesday, 7pm.
Westminster Presbyterian Church has free organ recitals from 12:10-12:35pm each Thursday in October. Lunch following at a nominal cost.
Bottle of rose and a bowl of ramen! Downtown Dayton restaurant hosting special ‘popup’ nights on Thursday.
The Annual Harvest Home event features cocktails (cash bar) and hors d’oeuvres, enjoying light music and viewing one of the area’s best silent auctions. There are buffet dinner offering entrees for meat lovers and vegetarians and followed by the guest speaker. This is Friday, 6-9pm at Sinclair Building 12.
The Yellow Cab Tavern and the Co-op Dayton,are doing the incubator CO-OP Fest, a celebration of all things worker-owned, on Friday, 5pm-12:30am, alongside the monthly Food Truck Rally and with live music from Dayton Salsa Project, Lord Kimbo, and Frequency.
The 2018 Fall Parade of Homes, have a FREE HOME TOUR! Tour 20 amazing homes in the Dayton area! From Clayton to Franklin, there’s a home near you, and in a price point for you! Saturday and Sunday from 1-5pm
The Plaza Theatre in Miamisburgare having a party on Saturday, 6 to 9:30pm.
Lace up your running shoes, grab some friends, and register for the first 5K supporting the Greater Dayton Charitable Pharmacy. You’re invited to run/walk this 5K around Lincoln Park. All proceeds from Miles for Medicine will support the Greater Dayton Charitable Pharmacy that will provide services at no cost to qualified Montgomery County residents. Sunday, registration will open at noon at Christ Church, 3440 Shroyer Rd. Race begins at 2 pm.
The fifth annual Dayton Out of the Darkness Community Walkis Sunday at Oakwood High School. Registration is 1pm with walk starting at 2pm. Last year there were more than 1,100 walkers and more than $180,000 was raised in the last four years to fight suicide. Almost 45,000 people die by suicide per year in the U.S. with close to 1,700 people in Ohio losing their lives to suicide each year. There is no cost to walk but registration is required which can be done online at www.outofthedarkness.org, or day of walk.
Songs of Hope and Freedom.Embrace the Passion that gives us hope in the pursuit of freedom. The Bach Society with the renowned Central State University Chorus are providing spirituals and songs that embody hope and freedom. Friday, 7:30 to 9:30pm, Central State University, Paul Robeson Cultural and Performing Arts Center; Sunday, 4 to 6pm, Kettering Adventist Church.