Do you not know what to do this weekend? With kids going back to school and summer vacation winding down, you are probably running out of ideas for family fun. Don’t Worry! Dayton Parent has compiled a list of things to do this first weekend in August!
1. ‘CLUB SPLASH’ TEENS NIGHT- THE BEACH WATERPARK
Friday, August 5
Teenagers, are you already getting bored with your endless summer days? Are you and your friends constantly sitting around talking about what there is and isn’t to do around town? Well, this summer, come down to ‘Club Splash’ at The Beach Waterpark and have a blast with people your age! During the months of June and July, The Beach Waterpark is having a party every single Friday night for teens 13-18! ‘Club Splash’ is the perfect way to spend your summer nights for only $10 admission and $5 for parking! For more information, call (513)-398-SWIM or visit their website.
Friday, August 5, and Saturday, August 6
MathAlive! is designed to inspire, to spark the imagination, to reveal not only math at work, but the endless possibilities of math. Designed for families and students the exhibition brings to life the real math behind what kids love most — video games, sports, fashion, music, robotics, and more — and creates interactive and immersive experiences that bring to life the math at work in each, whether in design, application or use.
The museum is open from 9am to 5 pm seven days a week. This exhibit will be open until October 2nd.
Free admission and Free parking!!
3. DAYTON PARENT MAGAZINE’S POP-UP PLAYDATE- STAR CITY MUSIC STUDIOS
Saturday, August 6
Join Dayton Parent at Star City Music Studios for this months Pop- Up Playdate! This event is FREE but you do need to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with number of children and ages. They will have free mini-lessons, instrument demos (including our Musikgarten Program for children birth to 5), and games. Families who register for lessons at the event will get their first lesson free. We hope to see you there!
The event is from 2-4pm
Saturday, August 6
Anyone can come in, choose from a variety of items to mosaic or paint and get creative! They have a huge selection of wood cutouts, ornaments, boxes, frames, house décor, flower pots, mirrors, platters, bird houses and more! ALL AGES WELCOME!
For more information visit their website
Dayton artist Jeremy Long’s paintings display “spatial worlds”, and Kettering artist Stefan Chinov will exhibit dynamically constructed plaster sculptures.
The gallery is open from 9am-6pm
Admission is FREE
For more information, call (937) 296-0294 or visit their website.
For more weekend inspiration, be sure to check out our Online Calendar. Happy August, Dayton!