Check out our family-friendly Top 5 Things To Do in Dayton this Weekend!
Location: Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
Date: September 6-8
A Greek tradition for both the young and old, our festival brings together people of all backgrounds to celebrate all things Greek: the food and pastries, unique Boutique items, cooking demonstrations, imported beer and wine, craft beer, live music, dance performances, and tours of our beautiful church. Be Greek for the day. OPA! (featured image)
Location: Learning Tree Farm
Date: Saturday, September 7, 10 am- Noon
After we visit our animal friends, we’ll take an adventure through the big hike loop and see parts of the farm that aren’t as well traveled. The beginning of the hike will be suitable for smaller legs and there will be a place to peal off if needed. Parents will be more comfortable with a pack as this hike isn’t stroller accessible. It will be an amazing late summer adventure!
Location: Butler High School
Date: Saturday, September 7, 9 am
This sale features gently used items for children of all ages. Clothing (newborn – 16), Shoes, Toys, Games, Strollers, Car Seats, Books Bikes and Ride-Ons, Nursery Items, Furniture, and much more… A portion of each sellers proceeds will be donated to TWIGS Auxiliary to be added to their pledge to Dayton Children’s Hospital.
Location: Aullwood Audubon Farm and Discover Center
Date: September 8, 2:30- 4 pm
Join us for a discovery walk around the farm. Visit the barn and meet the animals, wander through the garden to see what is growing and journey to the spring house to cool off. Members of Friends of Aullwood and National Audubon Society attend this event for free; nonmembers pay regular Aullwood general admission, which is free for children 2 and under, $7.00 for children 3 to 11, and $10.00 for adults 12 and over. Please note that Aullwood walks are weather dependent and are canceled if there is thunder, lightning or heavy rain.
Location: Clinton County Fairgrounds
Date: September 6-8
Come to the 42nd annual Clinton County Corn Festival. Help us celebrate our agricultural heritage as we honor one of the area’s biggest industries with a three-day extravaganza. The festival features antique farm machinery, a parade, games, all types of food made from corn, a quilt show, musical entertainment, antiques and crafts and the Corn Olympics! This is an event not to miss in Clinton County!