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Happy Halloween!

Hope Everyone Has a Safe Halloween with Delightful Treats and No Tricks!

Aullwood Nature Center and Aullwood Farm

Aullwood Nature Center and Aullwood Farm is a beautiful 200-acre nature sanctuary.  These two locations are connected by six miles of walking trails.  You can start from either site, then enjoy a scenic walk in the Nature Sanctuary along trails leading to the other location or take a quick five-minute car trip there instead.  Payment at either location pays admission to both.

Aullwood Nature Center is located at 1000 Aullwood Road, Dayton, OH 45414. Aullwood Farm is located at 9101 Frederick Pike, Dayton, OH 45414.

Aullwood is open Monday through Saturday from 9 AM to 5 PM and Sunday from 1 PM to 5 PM. They are closed on most school holidays; check out their Upcoming Events Calendar for the latest information.

General admission is free for children 2 and under, $7.00 for children 3 to 11, and $10.00 for adults 12 and over.

Things to Love in Arcanum

We have recently had a client move to Arcanum and some of the things they found that they love about it are the three parks and community swimming pool.  The Arcanum Community Park and Ivester Community Park provide ball diamonds, tennis courts, basketball courts, sand volleyball, playgrounds, family picnic areas with shelters, grills, and public restrooms.  Veterans Memorial Park honors the brave heroes of our community and Arcanum Community Pool provides an up-to-date swimming facility.  The culmination of these parks provides for a variety of outdoor facilities.

Visit A World A Fair

Urban Nights

May 17-19 . A World A’Fair
Dayton Convention Center,
22 E. Fifth St.; Friday 5-11 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-11 p.m.,
Sunday 11 a.m.-6 p.m;

Dayton’s annual international festival returns for 2013 with the cultural theme, “Global Pastimes.” All of the participating countries will show some of the favorite pastimes of their region at their cultural booth. The festival is a celebration of diversity that showcases the food, dancing, music, costumes and cultural exhibits representing the ethnic backgrounds and cultures of Dayton and the greater Miami Valley. It features plenty of featured entertainment this year, including Jorge Wojtas, a flamenco guitarist; a flamenco dancing group from Columbus; Kabluchko, a Russian performing group from Cincinnati; Verea, a Bulgarian group from Chicago; and Burundian drummers and dancers. The very popular Kenya Safari Acrobats and Steve Free, Native American storyteller and musician will return this year. The DIFI Festival Singers will perform on the Informal stage all three days. Stories and activities for kids will be offered in the expanded children’s area and the Asian American Council of Dayton will again be presenting a Health Fair. This year we will again have a photo booth with international costumes to choose from for your photo. Don’t miss your chance to enjoy a trip around the world, all in one location – downtown Dayton! Adults $7, seniors $5, youth (6-18) $4. Visitwww.aworldafair.org for more info.