Category - Things to Do

Enjoy the Outdoors in Dayton

Tuesday, June 11, 2024 8:00 AM by DaytonCVB

With the start of summer coming up on June 21, that means it's time to get outdoors! Dayton is known as the “Outdoor Adventure Capitol of the Midwest” for good reason. Whether your outdoor happy place

Celebrate Juneteenth in Dayton

Monday, June 3, 2024 6:00 PM by DaytonCVB

This month, Dayton will join cities around the country in celebrating Juneteenth with a wide range of community events. America's second independence day and the nation's newest federal holiday,
Welcome to Dayton, a city where every flavor tells a story! Join one of JAM Foodie Tours as we guide you through an unforgettable culinary exploration of this vibrant destination. From iconic eateries
As the temperatures rise and the days grow longer, it's time to make the most of the season in Destination Dayton, Ohio's Gem City. Whether you're a local looking for new adventures or an out-of-town

5 Fun Facts about the Dayton Dragons

Thursday, April 25, 2024 4:00 PM by DaytonCVB

PLAY BALL! The Cincinnati Reds just opened their season, and our own Dayton Dragons, a High-A affiliate of the Reds, followed on Friday, April 5 with their 24th season of baseball in the Midwest

How to Celebrate Mother's Day in Dayton

Monday, April 15, 2024 2:00 PM by DaytonCVB

Mom. Mama. Madre. Mommy. Mother. However you might say it - she is worth celebrating! Mother's Day is just around the corner, and Dayton offers plenty of fun and memorable ways to celebrate with your
Dayton and all of Montgomery County wouldn’t be the destination it is without the women-owned, independent businesses that offer goods and services locals and visitors alike depend on. Get just about
(Photo: Bill Franz) WGI Sport of the Arts (Winter Guard International) returns in a big way in April, when Dayton hosts the Color Guard Championships on April 11-13, Percussion Championships on April
Dayton and Montgomery County are preparing for a once-in-a-lifetime event on Monday, April 8, as a Total Solar Eclipse will plunge the region into darkness for 2 minutes and 43 seconds, beginning at
Throughout Dayton and Montgomery County, women-owned restaurants delight hungry customers with exciting cuisine and dining options from a variety of cultural influences. Take a tour of these tasty