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Eat at Milano’s at special event this week and support a good (and muddy) cause

Epilepsy Foundation is going to get down and dirty — in a Mudpocolypse. 

>> Local craft beer festival returns after 5-year hiatus 

Before things get messy, the foundation is taking over Milano’s in the greater Dayton region to raise funds.

>> Strap on your lederhosen and get ready to polka at this free festival

On Wednesday, June 20, present the official 2018 Mudpocolypse event flyer at any Milano’s restaurant, and Milano’s will donate 20% of the amount of your order to Epilepsy Foundation.

>> Celebrate Taco Tuesday with tacos and Latin Jazz at Fraze Pavilion 

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See the Facebook event page for more details (and to access the flyer).

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You can also register to participate in the epic volleyball for epilepsy event, Mudpocalypse, online. There will be 265 teams competing on 35 courts in one day. Prices to register increase July 1. 

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Milano’s are located at: 

• University of Dayton, 1834 Brown Street, Dayton, 45409 

• Miami Township, 9572 Springboro Pike Miami Township 45342 

• Beavercreek, 2260 N. Fairfield Rd, Beavercreek 45431

>> Special-release bourbon coming to a select few local liquor stores

Michael Jordan, Jerry West, Scottie Pippen among celebrities coming to Dayton for new event 

The organizer of a new charity event say a who’s who of sports figures and entertainers will descend on Dayton in a matter of a few weeks. 

Ron Edwards, the organizer of the Jim Cleamons Celebrity Golf Classic and Charity Event, told us that Michael Jordan, Jerry West, Phil Jackson and Scottie Pippen are among the celebrities slated to be in Dayton for the new event set for Aug. 19 and 20 at the NCR Country Club, 4435 Dogwood Trail in Kettering. 

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Cleamons is a former NBA player and coach. 


The event will benefit Hoopology Camp, Cleamons’ Columbus charity for student athlete development.

The Pink Ribbon Girls, a locally based nonprofit that helps women battling cancer, will also benefit. 


A marketing professional by trade, Edwards says he and his wife, Arnika Edwards — University of Dayton’s director of  basketball operations — are longtime friends of Cleamons. And so are the celebrities expected to play in the golf event.

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Several were coached by Cleamons or coached with him. 

“All these people want to come and make it happen for Jim,” Edwards said. 

He said he would release a full list of celebrities Monday. 

“We’ve got a great list of celebrities and athletes that will be here,” he said. “It is going to do a big deal. Our plan is to have this for a long time.”


Raised in Columbus, Cleamons played basketball at Ohio State University before entering the NBA. 

He played for the Los Angeles Lakers, Cleveland Cavaliers, New York Knicks and Washington Bullets. 

He was an assistant basketball coach for the Chicago Bulls from 1989 until 1996 — during the “Jordan years” — and was the head coach of the Dallas Mavericks a year after that.

Cleamons was also an assistant coach for the Lakers during their 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009 and 2010 championship seasons.

The Bulls won championships in 1991, 1992, 1993 and 1996.

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Edwards said Dayton was selected as the city of the golf event that will include an auction because he and his wife are based here, the Dayton area has quality golf courses and because Cleamons — now a resident of California — remains passionate about helping Ohio youth improve their lives and have bright futures.  

“Everything we are doing is for Jim and his 501(c)(3) and helping the kids in Ohio,” he said.  

Links to register for the event can be found at


Insider’s guide to the Dayton Air Show: 7 things to know before you go

All eyes will be on the soaring action in the sky this weekend during the Vectren Dayton Air Show.

Military jet demonstrations, aerobatic champions and historic aircraft are a sampling of the entertainment to be found at the premier air show that marks its 44th consecutive year of operation.

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Shiela Wallace, media relations coordinator for the air show, said the event has been so successful because the region is the birthplace of aviation and the show has strong ties to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and the National Museum of the United States Air Force. 

“These are all things that scream this place loves aviation,” said Wallace.

This year’s event takes place June 23-24 from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. at the Dayton International Airport, 3600 Terminal Dr.

Here’s what you should know to have a great time:

»» Blue Angels set to perform in Dayton: Five things to know

»»F-22 Raptor, Golden Knights to perform at 2018 Vectren Dayton Air Show

1. CAN’T MISS AERIAL SHOWS United States Navy Blue Angels

The Blue Angels, who have thrilled audiences for more than 70 years, will headline the Vectren Dayton Air Show this year. 

The Blue Angels, who last appeared in Dayton in 2014, fly six F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets in formations that bring them as close as 18 inches apart. 

The fastest speed during the performance is close to 700 MPH.

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Fastest woman racer

Vicky Benzing, a pilot, aerobatic performer, skydiver and air racer will perform for the first time at the show.

She set the record as the “fastest woman racer” ever in the history of the Reno Air Races in Nevada and has made more than 1,200 parachute jumps.

Benzing will fly an action packed routine in a high-performance Extra 300S.

Sean D. Tucker’s farewell show

Sean D. Tucker and his 400 hp Oracle Challenger will return to the Vectren Dayton Air Show in 2018 for the last time. Tucker is retiring from solo flying but planning to form a formation aerobatic team for future performances. 


A living history lesson returns to the show this year. TORA! TORA! TORA! Will re-enact the Dec. 7, 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor. Eight Japanese replica fighter/bomber aircraft and a display of fire, smoke and noise, simulate bombing runs. 

Sky aerobatics

The Redline Aerobatics Team will be a thrill to watch. Cincinnati pilots Ken Rieder and Jon Thocker built the planes, which fly inverted and formation maneuvers, in their garages. 


Though planes will be soaring over head don’t forget much of the show is on the ground. Visitors will be able to view more than 50 aircraft on display ranging from WWII warbirds to modern military aircraft. 

Among the ground displays will be the U.S. Air Force 5-52 Stratofortress, the C-17 Globemaster III, a U.S. Navy F-18 Super Hornet, the B-17 movie Memphis Belle and a Tuskegee Airman P-51 Mustang. 

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The sprawling Boeing B-52 Stratofortress will span the tarmac among the ground displays. The B-52 heavy bomber is one of the longest serving aircraft in the Air Force. 

Commonly referred to as BUFF, which stands for “Big, Ugly Fat Fellow,” the bomber was last at the air show in 2010. 

The Orbis International MD-10 Flying Eye Hospital — a state-of-the-art teaching facility with an operating room, classroom and recovery room — will be on the ground. 

Spectators will be able to board the Flying Eye Hospital which travels the globe training people to fight blindness. 

The DC-8 Samaritan’s Purse will make its first air show appearance ever this weekend.

The Samaritan’s Purse organization — led by Franklin Graham, the son of the late Billy Graham — takes the Douglas DC-8-72CF jetliner around the world to provide spiritual and physical aid.

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Need a respite for the kids? The Vectren Kid’s Hangar has a backyard gym for climbing, a sandbox, face painting and crafts. The getaway is free and occasionally Air Show performers drop by to sign autographs. 

The hangar will be open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day with food, beverage and restroom facilities nearby. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 

>> 6 impressive airplanes at the Air Force Museum


A variety of food concessions will be available as well as plenty of Coke and Budweiser products.

ATM’s are located on the show grounds.

>> Where to eat and drink before and after the Dayton Air Show


Being on the hot tarmac all day means spectators need to come prepared. 

Bring sunglasses, hats and sunscreen, and remember to protect children’s skin as well. Consider wearing light-weight, light-colored long-sleeve tops and comfortable shoes. It’s smart to bring unopened bottled water, which is allowed. 

»»How the Dayton Air Show has changed in more than 40 years

General admission ticket holders can bring their own lawn chairs and blankets. Those with Blue Sky Chalet/Pavilion tickets don’t need to bring their own lawn chairs. To enjoy the aerial performances, pack a pair of binoculars. 

Other items allowed inside the gate: regular-size umbrellas (but not the large, backyard kind), strollers and wagons, cameras (your camera bags will be checked at the gate), mobility scooters for the disabled (rentals are available, call 567-674-6185 to reserve), wheelchairs and service animals. 


Coolers are not permitted on the grounds. Neither are pets, bicycles, roller blades or scooters. 


There’s plenty of onsite parking. Keep in mind it’s $10 per car and $20 for RVs, buses and large-size vehicles. Overnight parking is prohibited. 

From I-75, use Exit 64 toward Northwoods Blvd. and follow signs for ticket type. 

From I-70 use Exit 32, the Airport Access Road and follow signs for ticket type. 

Drivers should follow signs posted along the show route as well as the directions conveyed by the police officers. 

Visitors are encouraged to arrive early to avoid heavy traffic. 

An alternate parking plan will be implemented if rain prior to the show prevents use of grass parking lots. If implemented, check the show website, social media and local newspaper, television and radio outlets for alternate parking plans. 

If you’d like someone else to do the driving, a continuous express shuttle service will be provided by the Greater Dayton RTA. The shuttle is available from the U.S. Air Force Museum to the main gate of the air show for $3 per round trip. Hourly shuttle service will also be available in downtown Dayton from the Wright Stop Plaza. Regular RTA fare will apply.


WHAT: Vectren Dayton Air Show 

WHERE: Dayton International Airport, Vandalia 

HOURS: 9 a.m.-6 p.m. June 23-24, 2018

TICKETS: General admission tickets are available at area Kroger stores and at the National Museum of the United States Air Force. Advance online sales are available through Sunday, June 24, at 12 p.m. ET. All ticket sales are final, no refunds, no rain checks. Click here to view the assortment of ticket options, or call 888-695-0888. Tickets available at the gate are cash only.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:  Vectren Dayton Air Show

>> 3 things you didn’t know about the Dayton Air Show

Strap on your lederhosen and get ready to polka at this free festival

It’s time to break out the lederhosen, and get ready for Spass Nacht (″fun night”) at Fraze Pavilion, celebrating Austrian food, entertainment and more.

>> Special-release bourbon coming to select few local liquor stores

In honor of Kettering’s sister city Steyr, Austria, Fraze Pavilion has a night of Eastern European fun planned for families at Lincoln Park. The free festival will feature authentic Austrian food, beverages, polka music and live entertainment. 

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The Chardon Polka Band will hit the stage at 6 p.m. with their energetic take on polka. The group has an extensive catalog of traditional polkas, and aren’t afraid to bring their own tunes into the mix along with polka-pop covers of artists like Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga.

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Please note, pets, backpacks and coolers are prohibited.

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Want to go?

WHAT: Spass Nacht 2018

WHERE: Fraze Pavilion, 695 Lincoln Park Blvd., Kettering

WHEN: Wednesday, June 20 at 5:30 p.m.

INFO: website

 THIS WEEKEND: Local craft beer festival returns after 5-year hiatus 

A Dayton-based craft beer festival is poised to return June 23 after a five-year hiatus to spotlight specialty beers provided by more than a dozen local and regional craft breweries.

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The Cask AleFest, which celebrates a more traditional method of storing and dispensing draught beer, will be held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 23 on East Second Street between Jefferson and St. Clair Streets in front of Mudlick Tap House in downtown Dayton.

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Joe Waizmann, founder and co-organizer of the event, said the festival’s lengthy hiatus was caused primarily by his stint as a co-founder and co-owner of Warped Wing Brewing Co., from which he departed in late 2017. This  year’s event will mark the seventh AleFest devoted to cask ales.

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“Since my earliest visits to the U.K. more than 20 years ago, I’ve been a huge fan of cask or real ale, and this passion is the basis of my desire to educate and share with others,” Waizmann said. “It’s quite gratifying.”

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Tickets are $40  and will be limited  to 300; they are available at Mudlick Tap House or online at

Waizmann said 17 cask ales will be featured:  

  • 50 West Brewing Company Punch You in the EyePA DIPA with Orange Peel 
  • Braxton Brewing Company BlackBerry Smoothie Haven Hefeweizen with Blackberries, Blueberries, Banana, & Apple  
  • Crooked Handle Brewing Company The Farm Saison with Lemon and Basil 

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  • Dayton Beer Company The Java Man Cometh Stout with Mint & Cocoa Nibs  
  • Fat Heads Brewery Unnamed Dry Hopped Strong Ale  
  • Great Lakes Brewing Company Eliot Ness Vienna Lager with Cinnamon & Apple  
  • Great Lakes Brewing Company Burning River Pale Ale with Lavender  
  • Hairless Hare Brewery Blackberry Honey Kickback Kölsch 
  • MadTree Brewing  Brown with Bourbon-and-Peach-Soaked Oak Chips 
  • Maumee Bay Brewing Company Total Eclipse Breakfast Stout with Tiramisu 
  • North High Brewing Cherry Life Golden Sparkling Ale 

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  • Nowhere in Particular Promiscuous Ale Project Strawberry Banana Berliner Weiss 
  • Platform Beer Company Orange Blossom Kettle Sour with Bourbon Soaked Oak Chips and Tart Sour Cherries  
  • Toxic Brew Company Abby's Cure Tripel with Hibiscus & Press Cold Brewed Coffee 
  • Warped Wing Brewing Company Gamma Bomb IPA with Passionfruit 
  • Warped Wing Brewing Company Golden Glow with Lime Peel and Tequila-Soaked Wooden Spiral  
  • Yellow Springs Brewery Boat Show IPA with Raspberries, a special tri-package feature with Boat Show IPA in cask, draught and can.

Taco lasagna!?! New event taking Taco Tuesday over the top

These aren’t your padre’s tacos. 🌮🌮 

Organizers say the idea of “Taco Tuesday” is about to go over-the-top during a new event starting at 5:30 p.m. this Tuesday, June 19 at the Fraze , 695 Lincoln Park  Blvd., Kettering 

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Amy Zahora, executive director of the Miami Valley Restaurant Association, said eateries were asked to put their own spin on one of the world’s most popular handheld foods for the Fraze’s Taco Tuesday. 

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“We have traditional tacos from El Meson — fish, chicken and beef — as well as Reuben tacos from Amber Rose and Spaghetti tacos from Giovanni’s,” she said. 

“We also have Taco lasagna and traditional Latin American emapanadas, arepas and more.”

See menus below. 

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At 5:30 p.m., the gates will open at the venue’s park where local restaurants and taco fanatics will come together for a night of music, food and fun. 

>> 13 of the best Mexican restaurants in Dayton


A half dozen local restaurants will offer up grub. Options include: 

🌮Amber Rose Restaurant and Catering, 1400 Valley St., Dayton

Reuben Taco, $4 

Tequila Lime Carnitas Taco, $4 

Queso Nachos, $4 

Carnitas Nachos, $8 

🌮 Archer's Tavern, 2030 E. Dorothy Lane, Kettering

Asada Steak Tacos served with pickled onions and pico de gallo, $3 

🌮 Basil’s, locations in downtown Dayton and downtown Troy   

Basils taco stuffed with chili lime kale slaw mix, pepper jack cheese, Basil’s sour cream and fried wontons, $4 each. Tacos come with choice of roasted mushrooms, pulled or sautéed shrimp and are served with a side of chips.

🌮 Buckin Donkey, 2866 S Dixie Dr., Kettering

Cajun Tacos 

BBQ Pulled Pork Tacos 

$4 each or 2 for $7 or 3 for $10   

🌮 El Meson, 903 E. Dixie Drive in West Carrollton

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Veggie Nachos,  $4 add meat $2 

Maduros,  $3 

Churro, $4 

Arepas,  $5 

Totachos,  (Tater tots with Chorizo)$4 

 🌮 Giovanni's Pizzeria é Ristorante Italiano , 215 W Main St., Fairborn

Taco Lasagna, $4 

Taco Spaghetti Bowl, $5 

Spaghetti Tacos, $3 

Italian Sausage,  Taco $4 

Strawberry Cannoli Cone,  $4 

Margarita Cannoli,  $3

>> 6 places to eat near Fraze Pavilion

While you eat, you’ll be able to enjoy enjoy some “spicy and smooth” Latin Jazz on the Lincoln Park stage with music group Yumbambe.

>> PHOTOS: best concerts coming to Fraze Pavilion this summer

Please note, pets, backpacks and coolers are prohibited.

>> Popular Hamilton BBQ restaurant cooking up to-go location

Want to go?

WHAT: Taco Tuesday at Fraze Pavilion 

WHERE: 695 Lincoln Park Blvd., Kettering

WHEN: Tuesday, June 19 at 5:30 p.m.

INFO: website

Downtown bar having a hot dog bar TONIGHT

The wieners will be on the wheel tonight at one downtown bar. 

Canal Street Arcade and Deli, 308 E. First St. in Dayton, 

will hold its recently launched Wednesday night hot dog bar tonight starting at 6 p.m. 

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Rob Strong, the restaurant’s owner, said the bar includes mustard, relish, ketchup, cheese chili and similar fixings.We are not going over-the-top, not trying to compete with those who go way out there,” he said. 

The veggie and all-beef hot dogs are  $2 each and the chili cheese is 50 cents extra.

Strong said the hot dog bar idea came to fruition for a simple reason. 

“We found a hot dog ferris wheel in the basement,” he said.  

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Rhinegeist & Dragons: Your kinda people, your kinda brew for special game night this weekend

Many would-be role-players in the Miami Valley have longed to grab their weapons (dice) for a rousing game of Dungeons & Dragons. Unfortunately, D&D requires a table full of besties who also share an interest in the game. Not to mention the 320-page rulebook, which scares some people off.  

D20, Kettering’s tabletop gaming bar, wants to make D&D easy for everybody. This Friday, they’re throwing their first ever Rhinegeist & Dragons event, where people looking for a gaming group can meet, have drinks, and throw down on some orcs. 

Andrew Sparks, who co-owns D20 with his wife, Chrissy, says Rhinegeist & Dragons is part of D20’s mission to give gamers a space to play tabletop role-playing games (RPGs). 

“From the beginning, we have tried to put an emphasis on D&D and other RPGs,” says Sparks.  

Dungeons & Dragons is an interactive storytelling game where players immerse themselves in a fantasy universe. One player, known as the Dungeon Master (DM) has the job of setting the scene and controlling the events of the game. The players then decide where the story takes them. Battles and challenges are resolved with dice rolls. 

“We feel D&D is a major cornerstone in communication through gaming,” says Sparks. “It is hard to accomplish anything on your own in D&D; you need your team to help. Also, D&D holds a very special place in my heart. I have been playing for over 18 years on and off. To help others find the same experiences I have had over the years with RPGs seems only natural.”  

Sparks tells that both seasoned and novice players come into D20 looking to play D&D.  

“We have quite a few groups that come to play their weekly or biweekly game,” he says. “But it also seems like every single day we get people who want to get into RPGs and don’t know how to start.” 

Though D20 is billing Rhinegeist and Dragons as a DM-Player mixer, Sparks says the event goes beyond that. It’s more like a chill D&D meeting of the minds. 

 “We are running it as a laid-back get-together of like-minded individuals. This isn't just players and DMs to find each other, but also for experienced players to find new play groups or DMs to find other DMs to share their experiences,” says Sparks.  

For those curious individuals who’ve always wanted to try the game, Sparks says you should just put yourself out there.  

“D&D is a very social game and the best way to find a play group is to find people who share that interest. That should be easy at this event and we want to see that happen. I think this event will have an impact on players of all levels for that reason.”  

Everything’s better with beer, and a Rhinegeist or two might be just what you need to make your barbarian brave enough to swing her axe at that gelatinous cube. D20 will have several Rhinegeist beers on tap at Rhinegeist and Dragons, including Bubbles, Cheetah, Mastodon, Brittlebrain, and Stryker. For those who prefer mixed drinks, Sparks says they will be unveiling a couple new, D&D-themed cocktails. Non-alcoholic beverages will also be available.  



WHAT: Rhinegeist and Dragons 

WHEN: Friday, June 15, 7 p.m. 

WHERE: D20, 2144 E Whipp Road, Kettering 

MORE INFO: Facebook | (937) 221-9873 

New Father’s Day Beer, Bourbon and Brunch event targets Dayton dads who like to eat AND drink

How  does a little BBB sound to celebrate your padre?

Justin White, the executive chef of The Wright Place and the Holiday Inn at 2800 Presidential Drive in Fairborn, is hosting a brand new Father’s Day Beer, Bourbon and Brunch at the hotel Sunday, June 17. 

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There will be seatings at noon and 2 p.m. 

“We’re honoring dad with a special celebration highlighted by a few of his favorite things,” White said in a release. “Featuring bourbon-infused foods and drinks, local craft beer, live music and baseball, we have something for everyone in the family — but especially for dads.”


The brunch is $31 per adult. The cost is $24 for seniors and military personnel and $13 for children. 

Children age 5 and younger will be admitted free of charge. 

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Adults will receive a pint of Yuengling as part of the brunch. Brew from Warped Wing and Lock 27 will be available for purchase.

There will also be several hand-crafted cocktails using Stillwrights Bourbon, produced from the nearby Bath Twp. distillery Flat Rock Spirits. 

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The meal includes bourbon-glazed ribs, mac and beer cheese, assorted smoked sausages and brats cooked in beer, Lemon Shandy-grilled bone-in chicken, bourbon baked beans, brisket sliders, salmon patties with cornbread stuffing and jalapenos, grilled corn on the cob with lime-Parmesan butter, and pecan bourbon pie.

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The hotel will raffle off Cincinnati Reds and Dragons baseball tickets during the day. Each adult will be entered to win. 


Call (937) 431-4631.

>> St. Anne’s Hill Historic District to host HUGE community yard sale this weekend

Here’s where you can see SANDMAZING sand sculptures near Dayton

Austin Landing has something on display that’s not just amazing ... it’s SANDMAZING.

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Now through Saturday, the fourth annual SANDMAZING event takes place at Austin Landing in The Park, featuring sand sculptures crafted by internationally known sand artists.

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The works will include multiple 10-ton sand sculptures and one MEGA 30-ton sculpture, which you can see come to life during dinner hours.

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Saturday, June 16, from noon to 8 p.m. is also a free kids day, which will include free rides and entertainment. The event lineup includes: 

Austin Landing zip line 

Giant sandbox 

Bounce houses 

Traveling playground crew 

Face painting 

Photo booth 

Hair painting 

Character visits from Tarzan & Jane 

Giveaways and prizes 

Live sand demos 

Free popcorn and samples of new menu items from Cinépolis 

Firebirds will be selling Lemonade for Alex's Lemonade Stand 

Free movie night at sunset, featuring Jumanji

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There is a tentative rain date of June 17. 

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>> PHOTOS: Summer concerts we can’t wait for at Fraze Pavilion 

Want to go?


WHERE: Austin Landing in The Park, 3601 Rigby Road, Dayton

WHEN: June 11-16

INFO: Website

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