Kettering Ohio Events
For several years, the Miamisburg River Blast in downtown Miamiisberg has been celebrated as a Labor Day celebration with live music, food trucks, live entertainment and more. The season is coming to an end, and this year the Labor Day Fest will feature a full day of food and drink, fireworks, outdoor fireworks, free beer and wine, and great Ohio River views and live music.
Organizers will also look back on the history of the Ohio River and its role in the US Civil War, while welcoming history buffs and telling stories about the battle.
Those interested in attending the event are encouraged to search the Downtown Dayton Partnership website for notices of participating businesses and restaurants. Tickets are $20 per person and are available at 937-339-5455 Troy Main Street. There are two seats and participants are encouraged to buy tickets early as seats are limited. Participants will register in advance on the website and then arrange a time for collecting their tickets.
The Ketting Ohio event is open to the public on Saturday, March 11, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Troy Main Street Library.
Tickets for the event cost $85 for two people and can be purchased on the restaurant's website. Bracelets are available for $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12.
With the wristband, guests can visit the putter putters driving range, golf course, driving range and golf courses, as well as a variety of other attractions and activities.
This afternoon at the Carillon Historical Park in Dayton offers plenty to do and see for guests of all ages. Spend the afternoon playing the chimes, marvel at the new Brethener Tower and capture the fun with a miniature train ride. The ride costs $1 per person with museum admission and supports the Carillon Park Rail and Steam Society. Children and adults can take the train, which runs from 1: 30 to 3 p.m. or 2: 15 to 4: 45 p.m. for $5.00.
The 38th annual New Boston fair was canceled after organizers determined they could not meet health guidelines created by the ongoing pandemic. The historic festival was originally scheduled to take place from September 5-7 at the New England Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Unfortunately, the organizers of the festival cancelled the popular Labor Day celebration planned for 6 and 7 September at the end of May. River Blast is back for the first time since its cancellation, and organizers have promised a return to their original schedule for September 7-9.
During the show, the Carillon will host a special exhibition of antique fireworks, live music, food trucks and other special events.
Retailers will offer goods for sale in their shop windows, and the restaurant will offer takeaway food and drinks for guests to enjoy as they wander from shop to shop. Head to Lily's Bistro for a special dinner for two on the terrace, with live music and food trucks. Chef Don Warfe grills Porterhouse steaks, part of a four-course menu that can be enjoyed on Lily's terrace.
Every weekend in September and October, starting with the holiday weekends, Fifth Street is closed to traffic and turned into a pedestrian area with an expanded outdoor dining area, which begins at 5 p.m. on Saturday, September 30 and ends at 6 p.m., beginning at Fifth Street, and blocks off traffic. The city of Troy is holding its second annual Chocolate Festival, which features a variety of chocolate items - themes that are on sale in its retail stores and restaurants. More than 100 local restaurants, bars and shops will participate in the Downtown Dayton Sidewalk Sale, which will take place Friday night and Saturday afternoon.
Where to park: Thousands of parking spaces are available around the District, including parking lots, multi-story garages and many free parking spaces in the parking lot behind the Downtown Dayton Convention Center.
This state-wide program allows customers to purchase certain cups from participating companies and to consume alcoholic beverages outside the business boundaries of DORA. If you're in the Oregon District, read our guide to the best restaurants, bars, shops and restaurants in the Downtown District of Dayton.
The Ohio Renaissance Festival celebrates the Renaissance era with entertainment, food and shopping, and is usually held in Waynesville on weekends in September and October. The annual festival, the largest of its kind in the state, offers unlimited family fun for all ages, from children to adults, with a variety of events and activities.