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The best events in February are still to come — and a ton are happening this weekend!

Published: Thursday, February 08, 2018 @ 6:00 AM

Comedian Paula Poundstone, who published the new book, “The Totally Unscientific Student of the Search for Human Kindness” in 2016, performs at Victoria Theatre in Dayton on Saturday, Feb. 10. CONTRIBUTED
Comedian Paula Poundstone, who published the new book, “The Totally Unscientific Student of the Search for Human Kindness” in 2016, performs at Victoria Theatre in Dayton on Saturday, Feb. 10. CONTRIBUTED

Love is in the air, but that’s not all. There are tons of events from arts, to boxing, to comedy, food, drink and more.

DCDC will travel to Russie next May. Among the pieces the company will perform is Kiesha Lalama’s “Shed.” SUBMITTED PHOTO BY JEFF SABO(Staff Writer)


Dayton Contemporary Dance Company is celebrating its past, present and future with two different events this weekend. First up is The Gathering: A DCDC Family Reunion at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23. This program, originally booked at the Dayton Woman’s Club, has had a venue change to the DCDC Studios, 840 Germantown St., Dayton. Current dancers and former company members, choreographers, board members, administration and the public will attend. Cost: $25. On Saturday, Feb. 24, DCDC presents the winter concert “Reunited” at Victoria Theatre, 138 N. Main St., Dayton, at 7:30 p.m. Current and past members of the company will perform. Cost: $24.50-$47. Call 937-228-3630 or visit

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Each year, Dayton History hosts Fight Night, which gives area professionals a chance to step into the ring for an amateur boxing exhibition. This annual fundraiser with a 1920s flair is presented at Memorial Hall, 125 E. First St., Dayton, at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 24. Doors open at 7 p.m. Cost: $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Proceeds benefit Dayton History’s education programming and conservation efforts at Carillon Historical Park and other Dayton History Sites. Call 937-293-2841 or visit

Detail of Ruga Swan, a 2014 piece by Jiangmei Wu, is among the work featured in the touring exhibition, Above the Fold: New Expressions in Origami, which is on display at the Dayton Art Institute in Dayton, on February 17 through May 13. CONTRIBUTED(Contributing Writer)


The touring exhibition, “Above the Fold: New Expressions in Origami,” opens at Dayton Art Institute, 456 Belmonte Park North, Dayton, on Saturday, Feb.17. The show was curated by Meher McArthur and the tour is organized by International Arts & Artists in Washington, D.C. Member preview days are Feb. 15 and 16. A member reception will be held on Feb. 22. “Above the Fold” is on display through May 13. Museum hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. Cost: $14 adults, $11 seniors, students, groups and active military, $6 youth 7-17 and free members and children 6 and younger. Call 937-223-5277 or visit

Jordan Romero, a speaker at the Adventure Summit sponsored by Five Rivers MetroParks and Wright State University. CONTRIBUTED(Contributing Writer)


Outdoor enthusiasts are the target of the Adventure Summit, returning to Wright State University, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy., Fairborn, on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 9 and 10. The annual event features everything from skills events and demonstrations to live music, beer tastings and speakers. Featured speakers include Jordan Romero, 21, who presents “No Summit Out of Sight: The Youngest Person to Climb the Seven Summits,” Susan Marie Conrad’s “Inside: One Woman’s Journey Through the Inside Passage” and Dale “Grey Beard” Sanders’ “Dale on the Trail: Hiking the Appalachian Trail at age 82.” Cost: Free. Visit

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The Golden Dragon Acrobats present Cirque D’Or at Victoria Theatre, 138 N. Main St., Dayton, at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 11. More than 30 performers, from acrobats and contortionists to aerial artists, will dazzle the audience that afternoon with centuries-old Chinese tricks. The high energy show also features music and colorful costumes. Cost: $35-$55. Call 937-228-3630 or visit

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Comedian Paula Poundstone, who is currently developing the new podcast, Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone, performs at Victoria Theatre in Dayton on Saturday, Feb. 10. CONTRIBUTED(Contributing Writer)


Paula Poundstone has been doing stand-up comedy since the late 1980s and she never used that as a way to land a sitcom or launch a movie career. She has remained focused on comedy but she has other interests. She has been a regular on NPR’s “Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me!” since 1998 and her book, “The Totally Unscientific Student of the Search for Human Kindness” was published in May 2016. Poundstone performs at Victoria Theatre, 138 N. Main St., Dayton, at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10. Cost: $39-$49. Call 937-228-3630 or visit

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The Salted butter caramels are one of Madame Delluc's best sellers. Customize your box at the counter. (Contributed photo by Alexis Larsen)


Valentine’s Day is the theme of the latest installment of Vine and Canvas. “Love, Wine & Chocolate” is presented at Dayton Art Institute, 456 Belmonte Park North, Dayton, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14. The romantic evening pairs a variety of red wines with specialty chocolates presented by Francoise Labrique Walusis from Madam Delluc Artisan Chocolatier. Cost: $35 in advance for members, $45 nonmembers. All tickets $50 on the night of the event. Call 937-223-5277 or visit

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Hopes are high the 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt, introduced in celebration of the 50th anniversary of iconic movie ‘Bullitt’ and its fan-favorite San Francisco car chase, will appear at the 2018 Dayton Auto Show, Feb. 22-25 at the Dayton Convention Center. Ford photo(Wheels Editor)


The Toyota Drive Center, the Fiat-Chrysler Ride & Drive Experience and the Wild Hearts Mobile Teaching Zoo are among the attractions at the 2018 Dayton Auto Show. And, of course, there will be plenty of cars, from new offerings to specialty models. The Dayton Area Automobile Dealers Association presents the annual show at the Dayton Convention Center, 22 E. Fifth St., Dayton, Thursday through Sunday, Feb. 22 through 25. Show hours are noon to 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. $8 adults, $6 students and seniors, free for children 9 and younger and military with ID. Call 937-333-4072 or visit

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The new exhibition, “Stratum,” opens at Dayton Visual Arts Center, 118 N. Jefferson St., Dayton, with an artist reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22. The REACH Across Dayton collaborative show features new work by Dayton-based artists Amy Kollar Anderson and Kate Huser Santucci. “Stratum” is on display at DVAC through March 24. Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Call 937-224-3822 or visit


Whether you’re looking for a plumber, a landscape architect, an interior decorator or a general contractor, you should be able to find plenty of options at the Miami County Home & Garden Show. The Western Ohio Home Builders Association presents this massive event at Hobart Arena, 255 Adams St., Troy, Friday through Sunday, Feb. 23 through 25. Show hours are 2 to 7 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Cost: $5 adults in advance, $6 at the door, free for children 12 and younger. Call 937-339-2911 or visit

Preacher Lawson, a finalist on the 12th season of America’s Got Talent, performs at the Funny Bone Comedy Club at The Greene in Beavercreek on Thursday, Feb. 15. CONTRIBUTED(Contributing Writer)


While he didn’t take the grand prize during the latest season of “America’s Got Talent,” Preacher Lawson certainly made some new fans with his quick wit and animated on-stage antics. The television exposure has only bolstered the drawing power of the season 12 finalist, who is booked solid with comedy shows into mid-May. Lawson makes a stop in town for one show at the Funny Bone Comedy Club, 88 Plum St., The Greene, Beavercreek, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15. Cost: $25-$57.80. Call 937-429-LAFF (5233) or visit


Attention music enthusiasts: It’s time once again for the Dayton Record Fair. The homegrown expo returns to The Yellow Cab Bldg., 700 E. Fourth St., Dayton, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10. You can find new and used vinyl both 12-inch and 7-inch releases, as well as CD, cassettes, posters, T-shirts and memorabilia. Cost: $5 admission, $10 early bird admission at 10 a.m. Visit

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Sideshow 13: This weekend’s free art and music festival the biggest yet

Published: Wednesday, May 23, 2018 @ 6:00 AM

Novagold (pictured), the New Old-Fashioned, Sharon Lane, Far From Eden and Mandy Jewell are among the acts performing at Sideshow 13 at Yellow Cab Tavern in Dayton on Friday and Sturday, May 25 and 26. CONTRIBUTED
Novagold (pictured), the New Old-Fashioned, Sharon Lane, Far From Eden and Mandy Jewell are among the acts performing at Sideshow 13 at Yellow Cab Tavern in Dayton on Friday and Sturday, May 25 and 26. CONTRIBUTED

Local musicians Ryan Palcic of Thundertaker and Taylor McGuff of McGuff & the Dumpster Fires are staunch supporters of Sideshow, presented at Yellow Cab Tavern in Dayton on Friday and Saturday, May 25 and 26.

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Sideshow is celebrating its 13th anniversary of creating a free show of art and music for all ages. Sideshow is run entirely by volunteers and uses fundraisers and donations to offset the cost of hosting a show featuring more than 100 local artists and musicians.

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This event will be the biggest Sideshow yet with sculpture, painting, music, performers, wrestling, dancers, comedy, food trucks, local brews, photography and more. It will also feature a special Kid’s Sideshow portion.

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Palcic and McGuff, who have both played the festival with their bands, are in charge of the music portion of Sideshow 13. They sat down recently at the Yellow Cab Tavern to discuss their duties for the annual festival, which features work from more than 40 local artists and music from more than 40 area performers.

Palcic: “Both of our bands were able to use Sideshow as a launching pad. We met other bands and got other gigs from it. If you’re a new band and it’s one of your first shows, if you come in here and you’re put in the right spot and you do a good job and you get a good crowd response, it’s easy to get involved out here. It certainly worked for us.”

McGuff: “Just for a show to go see, if you want a sampling of Dayton music, this is it. I can’t think of any other show where you can see this wide a swath of bands and acoustic artists and visual artists and poets as well. I get so excited for Sideshow. It really is my favorite event every year. I have a warm feeling every Sideshow weekend.”

Palcic: “I met so many people through Sideshow 10. That was the first year my band Thundertaker played. We played with Death By Fetish, Evil Eye Gypsy, Dead Tooth and McGuff & the Dumpster Fires. I met Taylor that night. I volunteered that first year and I had such a good time I’ve been doing it ever since.”

McGuff: “We had 110 applications or something like that this year. That’s the most I’ve seen so far, which is a great sign, but we had to cut that down to 42 acts and that made it even more difficult. This is also the first Sideshow we’ve worked where there are less spots than before.”

Palcic: “The hardest thing to do is cut band. “There is so much talent in the city, and we all have different tastes, so you inevitably end up having to make some tough decisions and cut bands you care about.”

Sideshow 13 performers include the New Old-Fashioned, Sharon Lane, Far From Eden, Mandy Jewell, the Repeating Arms and XL427. Exhibiting visual artists include Christine Gaffney, Matthew Reynolds, Tara Moore, Tom Gilliam, Jackie Wagner and Chris Corn.

Sideshow is celebrating its 13th anniversary of creating a free show of Art and Music that all ages can enjoy on May 25-26. CONTRIBUTED(Contributing Writer)


Bradley the Dark

Cherry Fullam

Chris Corn

Christina Lewis

Christine Gaffney

Coco Birdi

David Kenworthy

Elysia Pritchett

Gary Mitchell

Grant Nikanowicz

Hannah Jones

Heather Lea Reid

Jackie Wagner

Jen Dyke

Jenny J. Ink

Jess Fecke

Jess Gilbert

Joe Augustin

Josh Arnold

Kara McCray

Lauren Wantz

Mal Thokey

Marishah Paddock

Matthew Reynolds

Megan Fiely

Melanie Dufresne

Michelle Carr

Mikee Huber

Nashonba Hostina

Phil Preston

Reilly Stasienko

Ron Rollins

Samantha Farkas

Sarah Mackenzie

Seth Ratliff

Summer Rose Fig

Tara Moore

Tiffany Hunter

Tom Gilliam

Travis Waller

Wendy Wagener-Harris

Whitney Marie

Sideshow is celebrating its 13th anniversary of creating a free show of Art and Music that all ages can enjoy on May 25-26. CONTRIBUTED(Contributing Writer)


Friday Main Stage

7-7:40 p.m. John Dubuc and the Guilty Pleasures

7:40-8:20 p.m. NOVAGOLD

8:20-9 p.m. The Repeating Arms

9-9:40 p.m. The Zygotes

9:40-10:20 p.m. Nasty Bingo

10:20-11 p.m. The New Old Fashioned

11-11:40 p.m. Bribing Senators

11:40 p.m. -12:20 a.m. Todd the Fox

12:20-1 a.m. Dip Spit vs. Duderus

Friday Acoustic Stage

7-7:40 p.m. Max B Greene

7:40-8:20 p.m. Mandy Jewell

8:20-9 p.m.Doug Nichols

9-9:40 p.m. Steve Makofka

9:40-10:20 p.m. Sam Stone

10:20-11 p.m. Rich Reuter

11-11:40 p.m. McGuff and the Dumpster Fires

11:40-12:20 a.m. Ryan Jones

12:20-1 a.m. The Typical Johnsons

Sideshow 12, one of Dayton's longest-running music and arts festival, was held at Yellow Cab on Friday, May 12 to Saturday, May 13. PHOTO / Tom Gilliam

Saturday Main Stage

5-5:40 p.m. Evil Eye Gypsy

5:40-6:20 p.m. The Vibe

6:20-7 p.m. Lord Kimbo/Flam Feeva

7-7:40 p.m. Enzo

7:40-8:20 p.m. Thank The Maker

8:20-9 p.m. Neo American Pioneers

9-9:40 p.m. The 1984 Draft

9:40-10 p.m. Scarecrow Sideshow

10:20-11 p.m. Stella’s Demise

11-11:40 p.m. Dark Backward

11:40 p.m.-12:20 a.m. Burn the Dead

12:20-1 a.m. Far From Eden

Saturday Acoustic Stage

5-5:40 p.m. Achilles Tenderloin

5:40-6:20 p.m. Debbie DeCasio

6:20-7 p.m. Moringa Moon

7-7:40 p.m. Chris Ball

7:40-8:20 p.m. Boo Lee Crosser

8:20-9 p.m. Vincent Holiday

9-9:40 p.m. Dan Sebree

9:40-10 p.m. XL247

10:20-11 p.m. Sharon Lane

11-11:40 p.m. Dayton Poetry Slam

11:40 p.m.-12:20 a.m. Dayton Poetry Slam

12:20-1 a.m. Kevin Milner


What: Sideshow 13 with Sharon Lane, Enzo, Dark Backward, Todd the Fox, Scarecrow Sideshow, the 1984 Draft and others

Where: Yellow Cab Tavern, 700 E. Fourth St., Dayton

When: 5 p.m. Friday and 3 p.m. Saturday, May 25 and 26


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COSI announces plans for EPIC new science festival

Published: Tuesday, May 22, 2018 @ 4:21 PM

Hidden writing is revealed with colored lenses. (Source: Contributed by Robb McCormick)
Hidden writing is revealed with colored lenses. (Source: Contributed by Robb McCormick)

Now this is going to be big. 

COSI announced today plans for one of the “largest science events in Ohio history.”
The COSI Science Festival is set for May 1-4 2019.

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The four-day festival will showcase science around central Ohio and will conclude with a hands-on, day-long carnival-style celebration on the Scioto Peninsula outside COSI, according to a news release.

 “The COSI Science Festival will showcase how exciting, interesting, fun and accessible science is to all of us and how relevant it is to our daily lives. In addition, it will shine a light on the fantastic science, technology, and industry innovation in our great central Ohio region,” COSI President and CEO Frederic Bertley said in the release.

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 Battelle, a Columbus based technology company, has  pledged $850,000 over three years to the project. 

 Additional funds are being sought. 

 “This celebration will foster appreciation for innovation and technology in our community, share our enthusiasm for what our employees do every day and spark interest in the next generation of budding scientists, researchers and engineers,”  Battelle President and CEO Lou Von Thaer said. 

According to a Columbus Dispatch article, COSI’s festival will be structured like the Philadelphia Science Festival created by Bertley and others. 

The newspaper reports that it will include about 150 community partners and 60 events, many of which will be free. 

The events will be held in Columbus and surrounding communities.

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7 ways to celebrate Memorial Day in (and around) Dayton

Published: Monday, May 18, 2015 @ 12:00 AM
Updated: Thursday, May 17, 2018 @ 7:41 PM

We show you a few of the many Veterans Memorials across the Miami Valley

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Here are some great ways to celebrate the holiday, honor those who sacrificed all for our country and enjoy an extra-long weekend.


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☀️Memorial Day Weekend at Young’s Dairy 

“Celebrate Memorial Day with us. You show up, we’ll supply the fun,” according to Young’s website. Spend the beautiful Memorial Day Weekend at Young's Jersey Dairy enjoying ice cream, miniature golf, the driving range, batting cages, slides and more. Once you’ve completed your 18 holes at the miniature golf course, head over to the carnival to ride a few rides. 

WHERE: Young’s Jersey Dairy, 6880 Springfield Xenia Road, Yellow Springs 

WHEN: Memorial Day weekend Friday through Monday

INFO: Visit the website for information about hours, directions, food, events and more. 

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Young’s Jersey Dairy in Yellow Springs offers more than 50 flavors of creamy, delicious homemade ice cream. Heaven! CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

☀️Feast of the Flowering Moon Festival 

Celebrate your Memorial Day Weekend at the Feast of the Flowering Moon Festival. Experience Native American culture featuring music, dancing, traders and exhibits, and loads of activities and demonstrations for children and adults alike. The festival is free.

WHERE: Yoctangee Park, Chillicothe 

WHEN: Thursday, May 24 through Sunday, May 27 

INFO: The event is free. For information about parking and hours, visit the website

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The Feast of the Flowering Moon features Native American dancing, bands, art, pageants and more.(Contributed)

☀️Patriot Freedom Festival 

If you’re having trouble trying to figure out what to do for Memorial Day weekend, the Patriot Freedom Festival is something you won’t want to miss. See Civil War Re-enactments and cannon firings, live music and the Four Freedom Equestrian team doing a very moving war drama routine. Honor those who have served the country by attending the Flag Refresh Ceremony and Memorial Day Services for the Gold Star Mothers. In between the fun, enjoy food from various vendors. 

WHERE: Dayton VA Medical Center Campus, 4100 W. 3rd St., Dayton. 

WHEN: 11 a.m.- 6 p.m. Saturday & Sunday, May 26 & 27

INFO: Facebook

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☀️Dayton Heritage Festival 

The Dayton Heritage Festival is a great way to get in touch with your inner Daytonian and celebrate the Memorial Day weekend. Carillon’s collection of buildings and exhibits will be on display as a full day of entertainment is planned. The Dayton Philharmonic will close out the festivities, playing patriotic favorites. There will be costumed interpreters and more.

WHERE: Carillon Historical Park, 1000 Carillon Blvd, Dayton. 

WHEN: 11 a.m.- 8:30 p.m. Sunday, May 27

INFO: Facebook or 937-293-2841 

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The Dayton Philharmonic will cap off a day of historical fun with patriotic music.(Contributed)

☀️Scene 75 BOGO Day

In honor of Memorial Day, Scene 75 will once again be hosting their BOGO day, with buy-one-get-one-free attractions all day long. For every attraction that you purchase, you’ll receive a pass to play the same attraction for FREE. Plus, receive a 10% military discount on any game card purchase with valid military ID. 

WHERE:  6196 Poe Ave., Vandalia

WHEN: 11 a.m.- 9 p.m. Monday, May 28

INFO: or 937-619-3200

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A military ID means a free go-kart ride and game card discounts at Scene75 Entertainment Center.

☀️Rocky’s Run for Freedom 5K 

Honor Miamisburg resident, Marine Cpl. Paul “Rocky” Zanowick II, who was killed in the line of duty in Afghanistan on June 3, 2011 by participating in this 5K run. All proceeds will benefit the City of Miamisburg for a Veterans Memorial Park project, Gold Star Families Memorial Monument at the National Museum of the United States Air Force at WPAFB and The Uriah Edward Zanowick Trust Fund.

WHERE: Library Park, 35 S. Fifth St., Miamisburg 

WHEN: 8 a.m.- 11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 26

INFO: For registration and more details, visit their Facebook or

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☀️Victory Dance and Dinner 

Visit The Legion‘s website for purchasing tickets in advanced. Drop on by The American Legion Post 165 for dinner and dancing. Put your dancing shoes on and get ready to jam with the Tom Benner Band. 

WHERE: The American Legion Post 165, 35 N. Main St, Miamisburg 

WHEN: 5 p.m. Saturday, May 26


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Festival to give away BIG prizes when it sells its 1 millionth famous chicken dinner

Published: Monday, May 21, 2018 @ 6:00 AM

The Versailles Poultry Days Festival has become at West Central Ohio holiday since its beginnings in 1952.
Poultry Days Facebook page
The Versailles Poultry Days Festival has become at West Central Ohio holiday since its beginnings in 1952.(Poultry Days Facebook page)

Winner winner, chicken — winner!

It’s almost time for one of Ohio’s oldest and most beloved festivals. The Versailles Poultry Days Festival — almost a “local holiday” in West Central Ohio since its beginnings in 1952 — will take place June 8-10. This year, the poultry party reaches a monumental milestone. 

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Celebrate chicken with a little chicken, beer and traditional festival fun in Versailles.(Dayton Daily News)

Festival organizers expect to sell about 25,000 of its world famous barbecue chicken dinners at the festival this year. Most years, these dinners sell out. In fact, they expect to hit the 1 million mark this year. The buyer of the 1,000,000 ticket will be glad they came. 

Delicious chicken in all varieties is part of the fun at Versailles Poultry Days. (Contributed photo)

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“The purchaser of this very special dinner will receive gifts including a voucher toward a trip to Las Vegas sponsored by Zechar Bailey and a one-year supply of delicious Mike-Sells potato chips,” according to the event’s Facebook page. “The purchaser of the One Millionth Dinner will be determined by the Poultry Days Chairmen during the festival weekend.”

The festival theme this year is appropriately “Poultry Going Platinum.”

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Dinners will be sold from 3:30 p.m. to 8 p.m Friday, 11:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday. Event coordinators recommend coming early since “chicken can sell out earlier than expected.” 

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WHAT: Versailles Poultry Days

WHEN: Friday- Sunday, June 8th, 9th, and 10th

WHERE: 459 S. Center St., Versailles 


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