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What's Great In Dayton - Social Distancing Edition: March 27 - April 2, 2020

Most of you are like me, stuck at home. So all I can tell you are some things you can still do:

If you are going to be outside you can find a walking tour. Some examples are in Oakwood there’s a .

There is this GPS My City and it connects to tours around the world including Dayton. The web site is:  

If you go to they also have a self-guided-tours. I found others in Kettering, Xenia, and Wapakoneta so I think you can search all around and find a self-guided tour. 

If you have access to a library, you can download all kind of books, magazines, and other digital materials. People who do not already have a Dayton Metro Library card and PIN and have instant access to everything. 

On YouTube, search for Dayton Philharmonic. You will find Neal Gittleman playing a Bach sonata.

The Dayton Society of Artists’ 2020 annual spring juried exhibition highlights the regional talents of the greater Miami Valley and you can see it online. It’s called AMPLIFY. Go to Youtube and search for Dayton Society of Artists.

There is this website called DECODING DAYTON. It has videos showing and talking about various city streets and buildings. It explores the essential coding of Dayton and how it has reshaped over time. 

Ricky Nye of Cincinnati is one of the world’s preeminent practitioners of boogie-woogie piano. His next live performance is Saturday at 7pm on Facebook.

Gotta go….

Charlie, It’s Great In Dayton Campbell 

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Charlie Campbell wants to spread the news of so many wonderful aspects in the greater Dayton area. He is a cheerleader and a real believer that our area is the place to be. He has been active in this area for almost 40 years and you can hear him weekly at WYSO.