Check out our family-friendly Top 5 Things To Do in Dayton this Weekend!
Location: Town Hall Theatre
Date: February 15-17, Friday at 7 pm, Saturday and Sunday at 3 pm
All the fun of just about every TV-show genre you can imagine is jam-packed into this wild and fast-paced comedy! The seven dwarves tell the story of Snow White as the Fairytale Players bring it to life. As each new dwarf takes a turn telling part of Snow White’s famous story in his or her own unique voice, the players’ re-enactment shifts to match the style and personality of that particular dwarf. At any given moment, the story can be anything! It all culminates in a mad-dash ending of fast-changing genres that sets the record straight on Snow White’s happily-ever-after
Location: Learning Tree Farm
Date: Saturday, February 16, 10:00 am
Love is in the air this week! We’ll tour the farm and talk about the male and female of each species and make guesses about any young animals coming for the spring. In this family program suitable for young children, we’ll make some valentines for our favorite farm animals and even show the local wild birds some love by making simple bird feeders. Cost is $10 per family.
Location: Sinclair Community College
Date: February 16-17
TechFestTM is free family fun with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Participate in approximately 70 hands-on experiences with STEM exhibits, demonstrations and games. Stage and theatre speakers, such as an NASA astronaut or an Air Force flight test pilot, an outstanding college professor, a classical guitar player and others deliver entertaining and informative talks on STEM topics.
Location: National Museum of US Air Force
Dates: Saturday, February 16, 9:00 am- 3:00 pm
The Education Division at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force hosts Family Days one Saturday a month. These programs are designed for children and adults of all ages and offers several hands-on opportunities for all to enjoy. Each month features a new theme such as engineering, meteorology, gravity, and space. In February learn about the fascinating world of satellites – both natural and man-made as we take a close look at how GPS works through fun demonstrations and hands-on activities!
Location: Boonshoft Museum of Discovery
Date: Sunday, February 17, 9:00 am – Noon
The Boonshoft Museum of Discovery’s Sensory Sunday program offers extended hours for local families with a member who has a sensory disorder, such as being on the autism spectrum. During these special hours, the Museum will adjust lighting and sound, have trained volunteers and additional staff, and offer programs that appeal to families who could benefit from a less stimulating atmosphere.