Check out our family-friendly Top 5 Things To Do in Dayton this Weekend!
Location: Dayton International Airport
Date: Saturday, June 22 and Sunday, June 23
Location: 4953 Bunnell Hill Rd. in Lebanon, Ohio
Date: June 22-23
A popular, seasonal, outdoor vintage market in Northern Cincinnati is back with several new elements for 2019. Charm at the Farm Vintage Market is set upon a 56-acre, formerly award-winning, Clydesdale horse farm in quaint, Lebanon, Ohio. The farm has been repurposed and transformed into an enchanting vintage and rustic market full of eclectic and one-of-a-kind treasures.
Location: Carillon Park
Date: Saturday, June 22-23
Held each June, Rail Festival at Carillon Park is a two-day family fun event featuring FREE miniature train rides, live steam engines, model train displays, historical displays, train merchandise, rail vendors, and much more.
Location: Kings Island
Date: Now through July 7
Discover how the world kicks up its heels at Grand Carnivale, a larger-than-life festival celebrating the rich traditions of China, Italy, France, India and Germany. Savor authentic tastes and sips, play lively games, make unique crafts, be mesmerized by the extravagant parade and top off the night at the party of all parties filled with international music, magic and merrymaking.
Location: Dayton Mall
Date: Sunday, June 22, 4:00 – 8:00 pm
Dayton Mall will host their first Cruise & Brews event on Saturday, June 22nd outside in the parking lot by 741!
The event will include:
• Car Show, from 2-8pm, in partnership with Shift Heads Car Club ($15 admission fee to enter car in car show, to be donated to local military non-profit)
• Beer Garden
• Live music performed by Spungewurthy
• Family-friendly activities like bounce houses and face painters
• Food trucks
• And more!
Event admission is FREE, but 100% of all beer sales will be donated directly to the local military non-profit, Fisher-Nightingale House.
*Fisher-Nightingale House is a non-profit organization that supports active duty military personnel and veterans seeking medical treatment at the VA and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.