Memorial Day is about remembering those who have passed before us, which is what you’re invited to Monday, 10AM, May 31st. Come assemble with us inside the gates of Woodland Cemetery for our annual history walk, led by neighborhood historian, Betsy Wilson.
It’s an exciting time for the City of Dayton. Like so many cities, it’s been challenged to move from the industrial to the digital age. With heartfelt effort, the community is transforming itself into a vibrant place that’s begining to reveal its own 21st century personality. And it’s bubbling up from individuals like yourself who thrive on involvement. South Park is [...]
There’s always something new to discover at Urban Nights in Downtown Dayton. The Friday, May 14th event showcased the talents of many of our musician and artist neighbors. Since the weather was gorgeous, lots of us biked or walked downtown to revel in the variety of eating and entertainment options. It was impossible to see everything.
It’s amazing to see how creative your neighbors are and fun to see your friends having such a good time! South Park even had a booth to encourage creative sidewalk chalking, which attracted a good deal of participation, while we promoted our neighborhood as a great place to live.
It’s always sad to see a once-proud home lost to neglect and greed. You’ve probably noticed the demolition in the 300 block of Wyoming Avenue. The two-story turreted house was purchased by The Home Group three years ago in hope of renovation, but in the end was unsalvageable. Like many fine old homes during hard economic [...]
South Park residents often walk in the peace and loveliness of the Woodland Cemetary and Arboretum. If you’d enjoy this as your morning constitutional, check with neighbor David Esrati at 100 Bonner (email@example.com). He was given 6 keys to the gate on Wyoming, thanks to the Woodland people, and he’s happy to share if you’d [...]