Dayton NAACP Community Celebration: An Afternoon of Love, Unity, Peace and Diversity
McIntosh Park, Edwin C Moses Blvd. at W. Riverview Ave., Dayton
All are welcome to a family-friendly, block-party style celebration with speakers, music and spoken word. Those attending are asked to bring a chair and their own refreshments.
Partners include: Amer Temple No. 107, Christ Episcopal Church, city of Dayton, David’s United Church of Christ, Dayton Chapter of the Links, Inc., Dayton Women’s Resistance, Dayton Women’s Rights Alliance, District 10 Indivisible for All, Equity Lodge 121, Eternal Joy MCC, First Baptist Church, First Baptist Church of Ridgewood Heights, Ginghamsburg Church, Greater Dayton Christian Connections, Jewish Community Relations Council, Living Beatitudes, Mom’s Demand Action, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Neighborhoods Over Politics, Organizing for Action Montgomery/Greene counties, National Pan-Hellenic Council of Montgomery County, Trotwood Missional Community, Unity of Dayton, U.S. Department of Justice, Wayman Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, West Dayton Caravan of Churches, Inc., Women’s March Ohio and YWCA Dayton.
Love Fest DYT
Oak and Ivy Park
700 Goodrich Ct., Dayton
Family friendly event with live music, food trucks, speakers
2nd Annual Community United Peace Rally
Sponsored by Bags Filled With Hearts of Love
Sunday, May 26
Community peace rally and balloon release for families who has lost a love one to gun violence and drug overdoses. Free and open to the public. Will include food vendors, three-on-three basketball tournament, bouncy house and free food for children.
Love Overcomes Hate Cleansing of the Square
Community will gather at Courthouse Square to “wash away the hate.”
Concerts are BACK in the Miami Valley, are you going? Mask or No Mask?