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Published: Thursday, April 22, 2004 @ 1:21 PM
Updated: Monday, September 17, 2007 @ 11:03 AM

MDA Cruise-In Kroger on Alex Bell Road in Miami Twp.

Date: Sept. 1, 2007 Description: Miami Twp. firefighters are hosting their 3rd Annual MDA Cruise-In to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Car night is Sept. 1 from 5 p.m. to dark. There will be live music on Saturday night starting at 5 p.m. All proceeds benefit MDA. For More Information: Contact Zack Ruschau at 672-1675 for more info or Skip Brooks at 681-4620.

Ohio State Horseshoe Pitching Tournament Greenville, Ohio

Dates: Aug. 31- Sept. 3, 2007 Description:Visit scenic Greenville City Park to watch men and women from across the United States as they compete for the title of 2007 State Horseshoe Pitching Champion. For More Info: Call Jerry Williams at 548-4586

CedarFest Cedarville, Ohio

Dates: Sept. 1-3 2007 Description: Please come join us for food, fun, games, rides, crafts, flea markets, and a whole lot more. Visit us in Cedarville, Ohio, the birthplace of James H. Kyle. Mr. Kyle was a U.S. Senator who introduced the idea of Labor Day to the U.S. Congress to make it a national holiday. Also, on Monday, a fabulous fireworks display will take place at dusk. For More Info: Call April Sparks at 937-766-4171.

TOM'S MAZE & PUMPKIN FARM 4677 Germantown Liberty Rd, Germantown, OH

Date: Sept. 1 - Nov. 4, 2007 Description:Tenth year of family fun on the farm featuring Tom's unique 8 acre corn maze puzzle game. Solve the puzzle to cross Victory Bridge and escape the maze! Punkin' Chunkin' Cannon demonstrations, Farm Animal Corral, a No Left Turn straw bale maze, Flower Labyrinth, Photo opportunities with picture boards and scarecrows;homegrown pumpkins and more. Time: Friday & Saturday 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Labor Day)& Sunday 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Admission:$7.00 Free for ages 5 and younger with a paid adult. Children 12 and younger must be with an adult in the maze. Bring a flashlight at night. Website: www.tomsmaze.com

Young's Jersey Dairy Cowvin's Corney Maze Young's Dairy Farm, Yellow Springs, Ohio

Date: Sept. 1 - Oct. 28, 2007 Time: Noon to 6 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday in September and October. For More Info: Call Cathy at 937-325-0629 Website: www.youngsdairy.com

Holiday At Home Festival Kettering, Ohio

Dates: Sept. 2-3, 2007 Description: The Annual Holiday At Home Festival features a new theme this year with "Dancing Through the Decades" The festival celebrates the end of Summer and the beginning of the Fall season with arts and crafts, food, Queen Pageant, Dog Show, Coronation Ball, Auto Show and children's activities. Also, don't miss the parade on Monday at 9:55 a.m. Admission: No Cost Web Site: www.holidayathome.org

Ohio Renaissance Festival Harveysburg, Ohio

Date: September 1-October 21, 2007 (Plus Labor Day) Description: Visit 16th Century England and be immersed in the sights, sounds and tastes of the Renaissance in this authentic 30-acre English village. Tour over 130 unique craft shops and witness master artisan demonstration. Mingle with Queen Elizabeth and over 100 customed historical characters. See nearly 100 shows each day on 12 stages, and cheer for noble knights in shining armor in the tournament jousts. Enjoy period music, dance and food and drink fit for kings! Admission: Adults -- $16.99;Children -- $9.99;Children under 5 FREE Time: 10:00 a.m. - 6 p.m. (on Weekends only) For More Info: 513-897-7000 Website: renfestival

Fair At New Boston George Rogers Clark Park, State Route 4 near Springfield

Date: Sept. 1 & 2, 2007 Description: Everything about this event creates the illusion of time travel to 1700-1850. The entertainment, merchandise booths, clothing, methods of cooking, foods served and equipment used by the artisans are juried (or judged) to assure authenticity to the period. The fair is held in historic George Rogers Clark Park, six miles east of Fairborn on State Route 4 near Springfield. Gates will open at 10 a.m. - and close at 6 p.m., rain or shine. Cost: $8 for adults, $3 for children For More Info: 937-882-9216 or check out the website!

Piqua Heritage Festival Johnston Farm, Piqua, Ohio

Date: Sept. 1-3, 2007 Description: The festival is a celebration of pioneer life, which draws over 100,000 visitors each year. The festival offers you a chance to step back into the 1800s when the wilderness of the Ohio frontier challenged the pioneers. You can visit a Native American village, mountainmen and French encampments. Over 100 artisans showcase and trade their wares. The on-going entertainment includes a tug of war, square dancing, fire muster, costume contest and antique car display. Hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Labor Day 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Donation: $2.00 For More Info: 937-778-8544

Troy Civic Band "A Farewell to Summer." Prouty Plaza in downtown Troy, Ohio

Date: Sept. 2 & 3, 2007 Time: 7:00 p.m. Description: Sunday, September 2nd concert will feature the Airforce Band of Flight and Monday, September 3rd the Troy Civic Band.

The band will be performing: Overture, a medley of Classical and Romantic Era themes; 76 Trombones from The Music Man; The Sound of Music; The Free Lance March by John Philip Sousa; A Leroy Anderson Portrait (Serenata, Syncopated Clock, Blue Tango and Bugler's Holiday); College Fight Songs; Big Band Classics (Tuxedo Junction, Serenade In Blue, In the Mood); Themes Like Old Times (favorites from the early 1900's) and The Sousa Scramble.

Co-Conductor Katherine A. McIntosh will be conducting this concert of audience favorites. Admission is free. Audience members are asked to bring lawn chairs to the concert.

16th Annual Holiday At Home Pancake Breakfast Good Shepard Lutheran Church, East Stroop Road, Kettering

Date: September 3, 2007 Time: 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Description: Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for children 12 and under for all you can eat pancakes, sausages, orange juice, milk & coffee. Park at Good Shepherd and walk to the parade. All proceeds benefit The Lutheran School of the Miami Valley.

Ansonia Labor Day Celebration Ansonia, Ohio

Date: Sept. 3, 2007 Description: A Parade starts the day plus a chicken BBQ, Auction and Raffle at 11:00 a.m. For More Info: Patty Rodeheffer at 937-337-7811.

AACW Blues/Jazz Music Fest '07 Antioch College Amphitheater, Yellow Springs, Ohio

Dates: Sept. 5-9, 2007 Enjoy concerts, workshops, local and name artists, bazaar, food and more. For More Information: Call 767-9114.

Dayton Greek Festival The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, Dayton, Ohio

Date: Sept. 7-9, 2007 Description: Festival guests will enjoy traditional ethnic specialities such as moussaka, pastitsio, dolmades and the great gyro sandwich. The festival will feature LIVE Greek folk music and costumed dance groups and guests are invited to join in the dancing following a demonstration. There will also be brief tours of the church for those who are interested. Admission: Free and free shuttle bus service beginning at 5 p.m. Friday from the corner of First and Wilkinson streets in Downtown Dayton with shuttles running continuously throughout Festival hours. Festival Hours: Fri. and Sat. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m; Sun. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Web Site: www.daytongreekfestival.com

31th Annual South Vienna "A-Maize-Ing" Corn Festival South Vienna, Ohio

Dates: Sept. 7-9, 2007 Description:The South Vienna Corn Festival is a community wide event that is held annually on the weekend after Labor Day to celebrate the beautiful autumn season. There is something for everyone at the Corn Festival. There is a Queen Pageant, Craft Market, Rides and Games, A Parade, Free Entertainment, and of course, plenty of food! So come out and join the fun! For More Info: Rhonda Sagraves (937) 568-8065 Web Site: www.southvienna.org

Italian Fall Festa Bella Villa Hall, 2625 County Line Rd., Kettering

Date: Sept. 7-9, 2007 Description: The event starts at 6 p.m. Friday, Noon Saturday & Sundayand will feature food, games, continuous LIVE Italian music, and kids games. There will also be free parking at Reynolds and Reynolds. Come and enjoy Spaghetti and meatballs, stuffed shells, meatball sandwich, sausage and peppers sandwich. Admission: Free Web Site: www.johnpirelliosa.org/festa

Autumn Fest Brumbaugh Fruit Farm, Arcanum, Ohio

Brumbaugh Fruit Farm 6420 Hollansburg-Arcanum Rd. Arcanum, OH 45304 Date: Sept. 9-Oct. 28, 2007 Description: Family friendly entertainment at its best including hayrides to the Kinda Kooky Korn maze, a petting zoo, a playground for the children, pumpkin patch, craft shows, apple delights, live entertainment and many different types of food can be found at Brumbaugh's Fruit Farm. Admission: $5.00 Hours: Sunday: 12-7 p.m.; Friday/Saturday:11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Fall Fest Mercer Co. Fairgrounds, Celina, Ohio

Dates: Sept. 7-9, 2007 Desciption: Come frolic in the autumn air. View crafters, good food and the Ohio High School Rodeo. For More Info: 419-586-3239

23rd Annual Fall Cruise-In Downtown Greenville, Ohio

Date: Sept. 8, 2007 Description: The show will feature hundreds of restored and classic cars in the streets and around the circle. Time: 6-10 p.m. For More Info: Ken Erwin at 937-459-8392

Beavercreek Popcorn Festival North Fairfield Road and Dayton-Xenia Road in Beavercreek

Dates: Sept. 8-9, 2007 Description: The festival will offer arts and crafts, 5K run/walk, 25K VolksBike, a car show, and popcorn in every way imaginable. Admission: Free For More Info: Nancy Hadley at 937-427-5514

Fall Garden Primer Series Cox Arboretum, Dayton, Ohio

Date: Sept. 5,12,19,26; Oct. 3,10,17,24 2007 Description:It is not too late to gain the knowledge you need for creating the garden you have always wanted. Classes can be taken individually or as a series. This will also be a prerequisite for other more advance programs. Complete all 7 classes and receive a certificate. All classes are on Wednesday, start at 6:30 pm and last 2 1/2 hours. Reservations required for each class. For More Info: Yvonne Dunphe, 937-277-4147

Greater Dayton Heart Walk Island Metro Park, Dayton, Ohio

Date: Sept. 8, 2007 Description: The Heart Walk is the premiere fundraising event of the American Heart Association. Participants raise lifesaving funds by asking for sponsorships from family, friends, and coworkers. All proceeds benefit the local research, educational and advocacy programs of the American Heart Association.

The non-competitive walk winds 3.1 miles from Island MetroPark to the National City Second Street Public Market and back. Other attractions include a free health fair, information on heart-healthy lifestyles, refreshments, a Kids Zone area for younger walkers, and a VIP area for survivors of heart disease and stroke. Cost: No fee to participate. The suggested walker fundraising goal is $100. Major Sponsors: CompuNet Clinical Laboratories, Kettering Medical Center Network, General Motors Moraine Assembly,Dayton Heart Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, Miami Valley Hospital, National City Mortgage, Lastar, Dayton Rehabilitation Institute and Target. Our national presenting sponsor is Subway, Healthy Choice and AstraZeneca. For More Info: The American Heart Association, Miami Valley Division, (937) 853-3107 or visit www.americanheart.org.

24th Annual Toll Road Festival Union, Ohio

Date: Sept. 14-15, 2007 Description: The Toll Road festival offers games for children including kiddie tractor pulls, an egg drop contest and sand art. There is also a popular competition and display of decorated bikes with trophies awarded. For adults, there will be music by the local band, Cotton, performing Friday and Saturday evening. There is also dancing, Bingo and other games, and beer sales are available. Proceeds from various activities go to support the City of Union’s parks.

The Toll Road Festival also offers different and unusual crafts, located under a shady tent across Martindale Road. There will be handmade sweaters, handbags, and embroidered blouses. The kids can check out the stuffed toys, dolls, and educational children’s books, cd’s and games. For More Info: 836-8624.

Women's Wellness Night at the Arboretum Cox Arboretum, Dayton, Ohio

Date: Sept. 14, 2007 Description:You are invited to this information-packed evening focusing on women's wellness. Take this opportunity to network with other women, enjoy programs related to your overall well-being, and discover there is more to wellness than meets the eye. The keynote will be "Culinary Herbs that heal the Body & the Soul" featuring Rita Heikenfeld, CCP and Herbalist. Time: 6:00 to 9 p.m. For More Info: Yvonne Dunphe, 937-277-4147 Admission: Free

Gardener's Plant Exchange Cox Arboretum, Dayton, Ohio

Date: Sept. 18, 2007 Description:Gardening enthusiasts are invited to join us at the Arboretum for a fun evening of learning, sharing and swapping. Whether you are gathering some of your favorite seeds, dividing your perennials, digging out some of the plants that have outgrown their space, or just downsizing your gardening items, bring them in to trade with other gardeners! This is a great way to find new varieties, acquire plants that thrive in this area, and an economical way to make some changes to your garden. Guidelines for the Exchange will be available at the Garden Gate Desk. Time: 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. For More Info: Yvonne Dunphe, 937-277-4147 Admission: Free

Lunch & Learn: Alternatives for the Ash Tree in the Home Landscape Cox Arboretum, Dayton, Ohio

Date: Friday, Sept. 21, 2007 Description:The Emerald Ash Borer has made a huge impact on the landscape in the Midwest. In this brown bag series program we will discuss alternative trees, and their merits,to use in your landscape. Time: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. For More Info: Yvonne Dunphe, 937-277-4147 Admission: Free

Xenia Old Fashioned Days Festival Downtown Xenia, Ohio

Dates: Sept. 14-16, 2007 Description: Spend the day, or a weekend enjoying small town charm filled with crafts, food, entertainment, a parade, balloon glow, and children's rides. Also, WHIO-TV, Channel 7 will be airing the Xenia Old Fashioned Days Parade on Saturday morning, Sept. 15, 2007 at 10 a.m. Admission: Free Hours: Fri.: 4-10 p.m.; Sat.: 9:30 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Sun.: Noon-6 p.m. Website: Xenia Old Fashioned Days

Taste Of The Miami Valley RiverScape, downtown Dayton 111 E. Monument Avenue

Dates: Sept. 14 & 15, 2007 Time: Friday, 5-11 pm; Saturday, 2-11 pm Description: Presented in partnership with the Miami Valley Restaurant Association. More than 25 local restaurants will be on-site, providing reasonably priced food samples, representing the best of the culinary arts in the Miami Valley from Thai and seafood to cabbage rolls barbeque and more;ensuring that there is something for everyone. Sample and purchase specialty wines or import beers by the glass and enjoy live music. Admission: Free More Info: 937-274-0126

St. Peter Oktoberfest St. Peter Church, 6161 Chambersburg Road, Huber Heights, Ohio

Dates: Sept. 21-22, 2007 Description:Friday, music By Hank Haller 5:00 - 11:00 pm Saturday, Frank Moravick, Joey Tomsick and the Orchestra 3:00-11:00pm. More Info: 233-1503

12th Annual Wool Gathering Show Young's Dairy Farm, Yellow Springs, Ohio

Date: Sept. 15-16, 2007 Description: One of the largest natural fiber shows in the state. Saturday, classes in rug hooking, punch needle, and needle felting are being offered. Admission: Free Times: Sat: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sun: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

6th Annual Ohio Fish & Shrimp Festival Freshwater Farms of Ohio, 2624 North US Highway 68, Urbana

Date: Sept. 15 - 16, 2007 Time: 10 am - 10 pm and 10 am - 4 pm Description: Come enjoy freshly harvested shrimp, fish, decorative garden pond displays, children's games, the famous sturgeon pool, live music and more. Admission: Free For more info: www.fwfarms.com.

Wine and Jazz Fest Winery at Versailles, Versailles, Ohio

Date: Sept. 22, 2007 Description:We have combined two events into one fun filled festival and it is PACKED with music, vendors, grape stomping;demonstrations and GREAT WINE! Amateur Wine Making Contest. Tickets are $10 per person and includes wine glass. The first 500 customers will receive a Fest Logo glass. Rain or Shine Admission: $10 adults Hours: 2-9 p.m. For more info: 937-526-3232 Web Site: www.WineatVersailles.com

Dream Acres Farm Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch Dream Acres Farm, Camden, Ohio

Dates: September 22 thru Oct. 28, 2007 Description: We offer an 8-acre Corn Maze, hay rides, pumpkins and other fall decorations for sale, along with arts and crafts, food and games! We also have a Kid's play zone that offers the inflatable, pedal tractors, farm animals and a kid's size corn maze-this area is designed just for little ones age 6 and under. We are a family owned agricultural entertainment business and are working very hard to have affordable family activities. Dream Acres Farm is also available during the week for group outings and school trips! There is a charge of $3.00 for the Kid's Play Zone Hours: Hours of operation are Saturday 1 pm - 8 pm and Sunday 1 pm - 6 pm. Cost: $5 for adults; ages 6-11 $3; and children 5 and under are Free Website: www.dreamacresonline.com

St. Benedict The Moor Fall Festival Liscum Drive, Dayton, Ohio

Dates: Sept. 15-16, 2007 For More Info: 268-6697

Preble County Pork Festival Preble County Fairgrounds, Eaton, Ohio

Dates: Sept. 15-16, 2007 Description: The festival will feature an all-you-can-eat sausage and pancake breakfast, a barbequed pork chop smorgasbord, pulled pork sandwiches, a short-order restaurant, and a country store with frest pork products. The festival will also feature around 500 arts and crafts vendors, commercial vendors, racing pigs and a huge parade on Saturday. Admission: Free Hours: Sat.: 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sun.: 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The MAIZE Meadow View Garden Center, New Carlisle

Date: Sept. 14-Oct. 27, 2007 Description:The 8-acre MAiZE has been designed this year in the shape of the Seal of the great state of Ohio. Twists and turns confuse and delight as you seek the end. At night, bring your flashlights to light the way. Finding you way can be great family fun, working together to solve the clues located throughout. During the week by reservation for groups. The MAiZE will not be haunted. For More Info: 845-0093 Hours: Fri.: 7:00 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Sat.: 3:00 p.m. to 11 p.m. meadowview.com

Beavercreek Heritage Days and Herb Days Wartinger Park, Beavercreek, Ohio

Dates: Sept. 15-16, 2007 Description: Visit the Beavercreek Heritage Days, sponsored by the Beavercreek Historical Society, and Herb Days, sponsored by the Flower Trail Garden Club. There is free admission to Wartinger Park, 3080 Kemp Road, and parking is in the Board of Education parking lot. To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Beavercreek Historical Society, a barn dance is planned in the 1858 Tobias...Zimmer Barn. There will be old fashioned activities for children including shelling corn, making a rag doll, using a washboard, and a petting zoo.

The houses of Wartinger Park will be open to the public. They are the 1803 Harshman House, 1805 Jarusiewic Cabin (replica), 1811 Nicodemus House, and 1828 Ankeney House. The Flower Trail Garden Club will hold their annual herb sale in the 1811 Nicodemus House featuring dried herbal creations made from the herb gardens at Wartinger Park. Old fashion crafts will be displayed and sold throughout the grounds, as well. As always, hot pioneer food will be sold as well as a large assortment of pies and cookies. Admission: Free Hours: Sat. 10-4 and Sunday 11-4

2007 ArtsFest and Urban Nights "Walk on the Creative Side" Downtown Dayton, Ohio Downtown region

Date: Sept. 14, 2007 Description:The Downtown Dayton Partnership is teaming up with the Dayton arts community for the best Urban Nights yet! The public is invited to explore downtown during this free event, which will showcase art galleries, downtown housing, restaurants and retailers, plus performances by professional and community art groups. Courthouse Square will be performance central, and there will also be smaller themed stages throughout downtown as well as roving street performers and musicians of all kinds. Most of the participating locations are within walking distance, and there will be free trolleys to help patrons access participating districts like Wright Dunbar and the Oregon District.

Come and meet your local arts community! Culture Works invites you to join in the fun as we present 2007 Arts Fest. In partnership with the Arts Center Foundation, Culture Works invites everyone to come out and see what your arts community has to offer. Bring your families, friends and co-workers and take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to interact and experience up-close and free of charge the excitement and beauty of the arts.

The event will include short performances on stage at Courthouse Square. Enjoy performances by the Dayton Philharmonic, Dayton Ballet, Dayton Opera, Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, the Human Race Theatre Company, The Muse Machine Members and others. Let your children participate in interactive opportunities including getting their picture taken with local professional artists and characters from some of your favorite productions. Members of the local arts community will be on hand at Courthouse Square to answer your questions and tell you about their upcoming seasons. Light refreshments will be served. Time: 5-10 p.m. Admission: Free and open to the public For More info: 222-2767

14th Annual Germanfest St. Paul Lutheran Church, 239 Wayne Avenue, Dayton, Ohio

Date: Sept. 20, 2006 Description: Enjoy our famous cabbage rolls, with german potato salad, fried apples, & drink for a "German Dinner"; cabbage rolls, brats & hot dogs, popcorn, soft drinks & coffee and Ritters ice cream. The Sauerkraut German Band will entertain you 5:30-8:00 pm. We also will have a bake sale and a Market Platz with unique artisan items. Time: 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. For More info: (937)224-8879

Peace One Day Festival Courthouse Square, Third & Main Streets, Dayton, Ohio

Dates: Sept. 21, 2007 Description:Enjoy live entertainment,children activities, food, vendors and more. Sponsored by the Dayton International Peace Museum. Time: 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. For More Info: (937)227-3223

49th Annual Tipp City Mum Festival Tipp-Elizabeth Road in Tipp City

Dates: Sept. 21-23, 2007 Description: At one time Tipp City was once known for growing a variety of mums. Today, the Mum Festival celebrates this heritage and the community. A parade will stroll down historic Main Street and into the city park. The park will feature arts, crafts, games and entertainment. A variety of LIVE entertainment acts will highlight the stages with plenty of areas for kids to play in. Admission: Free Hours: Fri: 5:30-10 p.m.; Sat: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sun: 11 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. For More Info: (937)667-8631 Website: www.tippcitymumfestival.org

Hispanic Heritage Festival Riverscape Metro Park, 111 E. Monument, Dayton, Ohio

Date: September 22, 2007 Times: Noon until 11 p.m. Description: Celebrate Hispanic culture featuring live entertainment, Latin food, cultural dancing and lots more. Price:FREE For More Info: (937)274-0126

"Spirit of The Country Fair" Fall Festival 1461 E. Spring Valley Road, Centrville, Ohio

Date: September 23, 2007 Times: 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Description: Something for the entire family: Crafts, games, vendors, kids activities, health screenings, food and more. Price:FREE For More Info: (937)433-0790

Country Applefest Dowtown Lebanon, Ohio

Date: September 22, 2007 Description: This is a non-carnival fall harvest celebration with local area crafters, farmers market and great food. The Country Applefest is now a "pet-free" event. Admission: Free Hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Website: www.countryapplefest.com For More Info: (513) 932-6585

Clocktoberfest Brunings Clock Shop, N. Fairfield Road, Beavercreek, Ohio

Date: Sept. 22, 2007 Time: 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. For More Info: 426-4950

Germantown Pretzel Festival Veterans Memorial Park, 75 N. Walnut St., Germantown, Ohio

Dates: Sept. 22-23, 2007 Description: This FREE event features plenty of crafts, food and live entertainment. Admission: Free Hours: Sat. (9 a.m. - 9 p.m.); Sun. (Noon- 6 p.m.) For More Info: Call 937-859-8331

Old Clifton Days Festival Clifton, Ohio

Dates: Sept. 21-23, 2007 Description:In the quaint little village of Clifton. A fall festival that features many crafts, exhibits, and antique dealers. The air is filled with the smell of several wonderful festival foods, like old fashion ham and beans and sausage sandwiches. Many things to see and do for the whole family. Parade (Sat. 9/22 at Noon). Large flea market and community yard sale, live music, and dancing are just a part of what you will see. Admission: Free Hours: Fri. Ohio Corn Daddies ( 6 p.m.);Sat. (9 a.m. - 10 p.m.); Sun. (10 a.m. - 5 p.m.) Website: www.cliftonmill.com For More Info: (937)767-1767

The 6th Annual Wapak Wing Fest American Legion Post 330, Wapakoneta, Ohio

Date: Sept. 29, 2007 Description: This year's event includes Co-ed Volleyball Tournament. POW/MIA vigil, live music and college football on big screen televisions. All proceeds from the event benefit the Dayton Veterans Administration Medical Center. Admission: Free (Tickets required) Hours: 9am-8pm For More Info: (419)230-8858 Website: www.wingfest.org

Aullwood's Apple Fest Aullwood Farm, 9101 Frederick Pike, Dayton, Ohio

Dates: Sept. 29-30, 2007 Description: Celebrate the harvest season and all things apple. Ken Ullery's antique Gaar-Scott stem engine provides the power to simmer apple butter in huger copper kettles. Apple dumplings, Dutch oven baked apple pies, freshly pressed cider, roaster almonds and kettle korn fill the farmyard with wonderful aromas. Make a floppy paper hat or other crafts in the children's activity area. There will also be draft horse or tractor pulled wagon rides through the south pasture, rope spinning and wood turning demonstrations are scheduled throughout the day. Admission: $4 adults;$3 children and free for children 3 and younger Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For More Info: (937)890-7360 or www.aullwood.center.audubon.org

Fall Farm Pumpkin Festival Young's Jersey Dairy, Yellow Springs.

Date: September 29-30, 2007 Times: 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Description: Farm animals, pony rides, food, pumpkins and carnival rides. For More Info: (937)325-0629

Minster Oktober Minster, Ohio

Dates: Oct. 5 -Oct. 7, 2007 Description: Want to experience the true German heritage? Three day celebration features samplings of German food, an outstanding arts and craft show, polka music, games, rides and the Giant Oktoberfest Parade on Sunday. For More Info:419-628-7500

Oktoberfest Dayton Liederkranz-Turner 1400 E. Fifth Street, Dayton

Dates: Oct. 12-13, 2007 Time: 6 - 11:30 pm For More Info: 223-9013

Orson Welles mysterious unfinished masterpiece to be completed by Netflix

Published: Wednesday, March 15, 2017 @ 5:03 PM
Updated: Wednesday, March 15, 2017 @ 5:03 PM


            Netflix announced it is restoring, completing and releasing the last film ever made by legendary 'Citizen Kane' filmmaker Orson Welles. Welles started making 'The Other Side of the Wind
Netflix announced it is restoring, completing and releasing the last film ever made by legendary 'Citizen Kane' filmmaker Orson Welles. Welles started making 'The Other Side of the Wind" in 1970, but it was still unfinished when he died in 1985. (Associated Press)

One of the most famous unfinished films in cinema history is about to get an ending, a restoration and “wide release” by Netflix when it’s completed

The movie, “The Other Side of the Wind,” starring John Huston, Peter Bogdanovich, and Dennis Hopper among others, was the last film by legendary producer, director and actor Orson Welles, but he died of a heart attack in 1985 before he could finish it.

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It was supposed to be Welles’ comeback movie when he returned to Hollywood after spending years in Europe, Vanity Fair reported.

Although the movie is about a director who returns to Hollywood after years away to make a comeback movie, Welles said the movie was not about himself.  

Netflix announced this week it had acquired the global rights to the film.

“Like so many others who grew up worshiping the craft and vision of Orson Welles, this is a dream come true,” Netflix Chief Content Officer, Ted Sarandos said in a statement about the company’s plans for the film.

“The promise of being able to bring to the world this unfinished work of Welles with his true artistic intention intact, is a point of pride for me and for Netflix,” Sarandos said. 

Netflix has acquired global rights to Orson Welles' unfinished final film.

Posted by Variety on Wednesday, March 15, 2017

The original production manager on “The Other Side of the Wind” in 1970 was Frank Marshall. Marshall has led the effort to finish the film for the past four decades and will now act as producer in overseeing its completion.

“I can’t quite believe it, but after 40 years of trying, I am so very grateful for the passion and perseverance from Netflix that has enabled us to, at long last, finally get into the cutting room to finish Orson’s last picture,” Marshall said.

No word, yet, on when the film will be completed.

Production on “The Other Side of the Wind” -- which would have been Welles’ 28th feature film -- began in 1970 and continued sporadically until 1976, after funding had run out.

Posted by CBS News on Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Honey Boo Boo has a new niece

Published: Wednesday, December 09, 2015 @ 11:06 PM
Updated: Wednesday, December 09, 2015 @ 11:06 PM

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Honey Boo Boo's family expanded as they welcomed a new niece Wednesday.

Alana Thompson and her family – Mama June, sisters Pumpkin and Jessica and dad Sugar Bear – introduced Kylee Madison Cardwell, daughter of sister Anna (Chickadee) and husband Michael in a Facebook post.

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Here’s the announcement she posted:

“Anna aka chickadee and michaels new baby born kylee Madison cardwell today 1206pm 19 long 7lbs 2 Oz looks just like Kaitlyn when she was born besides the red tint to the hair she is beautiful mama and baby r doing fine and we r getting to spend time with Kaitlyn.”

Anna aka chickadee and michaels new baby born kylee Madison cardwell today 1206pm 19 long 7lbs 2 Oz looks just like...

Posted by Alana Thompson (Honey Boo Boo) on Wednesday, December 9, 2015

2014 4th of July fireworks, parades, events

Published: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 @ 5:48 PM
Updated: Wednesday, July 03, 2013 @ 10:34 AM

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Your guide to the area's firework displays, parades and other 4th of July events.

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Excitement for all at 2014 Air Show

Published: Thursday, June 26, 2014 @ 2:50 PM
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            The Blues are back in Dayton! Get a sneak peek of their high speed, high precision performace.
The Blues are back in Dayton! Get a sneak peek of their high speed, high precision performace.

The 2014 Vectren Dayton Air Show presented by Kroger offers excitement, history, and fascinating displays for all ages and interests. Among the featured performers at this year’s event on June 28 and 29 are: 

U.S. Navy Blue AngelsThe U.S. Navy Blue Angels is one of the world’s most sought-after air show teams and is back in Dayton for the 2014 air show. 

U.S. Marine Corps C-130 “Fat Albert”One airplane in the Blue Angels fleet gets its own billing, and it isn’t one of the supersonic Hornet jets. It’s “Fat Albert,” a U.S. Marine Corps C-130 Hercules airlifter. Fat Albert is the team’s support plane, but it flies its own solo performance at air shows, demonstrating the surprising nimbleness of the four-turboprop transport. 

U.S. Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier — The U.S. Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier will show off its gravity-defying vertical flight at this year’s show. The ability of a combat jet to take off and land vertically was a major breakthrough in aircraft technology. The Harrier was the first VSTOL (vertical/short takeoff and landing) jet in the Marine inventory. 

F-86 Sabre — Air show visitors will enjoy watching this North American combat fighter zip through the skies showcasing it’s amazing maneuverability! The North American F-86 Sabre was America’s first swept-wing fighter jet and a match for the MiG-15, the Soviet adversary it encountered in the skies over Korea. The Sabre was designed in the 1940s as a subsonic fighter aircraft. It entered service with the Air Force in 1949 to become the primary U.S. air combat fighter in the Korean War. By the end of hostilities, F-86 pilots had shot down 792 MiGs at a loss of only 76 Sabres, a victory ratio of 10 to 1, according to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.

U.S. Air Force Wings of Blue — This precision parachuting demonstration by Air Force’s official skydiving team will include a local element: Cadet Cameron Potts, a 2011 Carroll High School graduate will be jumping with the team. Cameron said he was inspired to serve, in part, by his grandfathers and by his visits to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force and the air show.

Team AeroShell — A crowd favorite for over 25 years, Team AeroShell is a loud and proud flying formation team that was formed to inspire the masses with thrilling aerobatic formation flying. Rumbling over the skies of Dayton with their four powerful Pratt & Whitney engines with 600 horsepower, this award-winning team based in Birmingham, Alabama, will remind us of yesteryear when the colorful AT-6G Texan aircraft complete with a big smoke system take to the air. National Aviation Hall of Fame enshrinees -— Two will thrill the audience with daring areobatic manuevers: Patti Wagstaff and Sean D. Tucker.

Wagstaff’s breathtaking performances give airshow spectators a front-row seat view of the precision and complexity of modern, unlimited hard-core aerobatics. Having trained with the Russian Aerobatic Team, Wagstaff has won the gold, silver and bronze medals in Olympic-level international aerobatic competition and is the first woman to win the title of US National Aerobatic champion and one of the few people to win it three times. 

 Tucker isn’t satisfied unless he is learning, refining a skill or conquering a fear. He has been flying air shows worldwide since the mid-1970s. In that time, he’s won numerous aerobatic competitions and flown more than 1,200 performances at more than 450 air shows before more than 100 million fans. Shockwave Jet Truck — The world famous Shockwave Jet Truck will create a spectacle of smoke, fire, noise and speed as it shoots fireballs, billows smoke and hurtles down the runway speeds of more than 300 miles per hour. The popular truck is returning to Dayton as part of its 30th anniversary tour. Shockwave is a Peterbilt tractor radically modified with three J34-48 jet engines that produce 36,000 horsepower. Shockwave holds the Guiness world record for the fastest jet truck at 376 miles per hour.
Join in the flying

Those who want to be a part of the excitement will have the opportunity to climb aboard and purchase a flight in a real Vietnam era UH-1H “Huey” helicopter or an actual AH-1F Cobra Attack Helicopter.And, of course, there will be a number of static displays for those who enjoy wandering and asking questions in between the feats of aerial daring.

The air show starts at noon both days and is at the Dayton International Airport, 3800 Wright Drive in Vandalia. For up-to-the-minute air show news, please visit: www.daytonairshow.com