It’s a busy week in Historic South Park! The air is filled with the sounds of hammers and saws. Paint brushes are flying and electrical cords are being run….but this is not the typical home renovation activities in South Park. No this is the flurry of activity surrounding the production of Romeo & Juliet that [...]
“Shakespeare in South Park” is back for its third season! This year we present “Romeo and Juliet” in the fair South Park Green, 8:00 p.m., September 17-19, directed again by the wonderful Daniel Wilson and produced by neighbors Phyllis and Galen. The tale of star-crossed lovers is set around the time of the U.S. Civil War. Many South Park [...]
South Parkers like food, fun and getting together. Let’s mark our calendars for:
Saturday, July 3, 9PM – Fireworks Viewing on South Park Green
After you’ve enjoyed the CityFolk Festival, bring a blanket and enjoy the simple open-air pleasure of watching fireworks. It’s free, it’s fun and it’s perfect for families.
Saturday, July 24, 6-10PM – Porch & Patio Party. Bring a Friend!
Two neighbors host this moving party. We bring food, South Park provides the beverages. Watch your email for the address. And reach out to a neighbor you don’t know very well and bring them along.
Saturday afternoon, August 7 – Block Part by the Gazebo
Save the date! We’ll get more information out to you about this family event.
- Saturday, August 21 and September 11, 6-10PM – Porch & Patio Parties.
Think who you’d like to bring!
Thank you, South Park Social Events Committee!
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.