It is really starting to feel like Christmas with the temps lately and the light snow fall. I know one puppy who couldn’t be happier about the snow (unless it actually accumulated). Are you ready for the big day? It’s early December, so I’m not, but I am a little more each day. We still have yet to get our tree, finish decorating, and head over to A Carillon Christmas. What event(s) are you looking forward to?
This holiday concert will be held both Friday and Saturday nights starting at 8 pm at the Schuster Center in downtown Dayton. Prices vary depending on seating.
If you’re still working on your Christmas shopping, stop by the Dayton Liederkranz Turner German Club Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm or Sunday from noon to 4 pm. There will be local vendors with unique items. There is no admission cost.
For those with little ones, bring them to brunch on Saturday at 11 am at Polen Farms in Kettering, Give them one more chance to appeal to Santa to be on this year’s nice list. Registration for the event is required, and admission is just $7 for residents, and $10 for non-residents..
This week’s holiday film showing at the Neon is The Man Who Invented Christmas, a story about Charles Dickens. The movie starts at noon on Saturday with admission of $2.
There’s lots of festivities going on down at Riverfront Park on Saturday, culminating in the lighting of the city tree (6 pm) by Miamisburg’s longest-running mayor. Following the tree lighting will be a holiday concert featuring Alexis Gomez! Click the link to see the full list of activities.
As mentioned in previous posts, these events are still running: A Carillon Christmas, the Dayton Holiday Festival Family Weekends, and light displays all over! If you have tickets to the Oakwood Holiday Home Tour or the Victorian Christmas Tea, don’t forget these SOLD OUT events are also scheduled this weekend. If either of these sound interesting to you, be sure to keep an eye out next year.