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Category: GeneralMontgomery County Fair

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August 31, 2014N/A

Family Fun! Tractor pulls, 4-H animals, a demolition derby, harness racing and food! All the Fair fun you'd expect! The fair last through Monday.

Montgomery County Fair

Category: GeneralCedarFest

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August 31, 2014N/A

Date(s):
Saturday, August 30, 2014
Sunday, August 31, 2014
Monday, September 01, 2014
Price: Free Event
Come see a bit of hometown Americana at its best! Cedarfest is an annual festival in Cedarville, Ohio; the “Home of Labor Day”.

Highlights of this family-friendly festival in Downtown Cedarville include the Fireman’s Pancake Breakfast, Inflatable Bouncers, Cornhole Tournaments, Fireman’s Bingo, Parade, and a Careflight Demonstration

Fireworks will be Sunday night and Rising Country Star Wyatt McCubbin will be appearing at the ball field at 08:15pm.
Each year Cedarfest closes on Sunday evening with one of THE BEST FIREWORKS DISPLAY IN THE AREA!

Visit http://www.cedarvillechamber.com/ for more .
Courtesy of DaytonLocal.com

Category: GeneralThe Fair At New Boston

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August 31, 2014

Step 200 years back in time at the 32th Annual Fair at New Boston! Everything about this quality event creates the illusion of time travel to 1790 - 1814.

Your full day of historical adventure will begin with cheering and huzzahs, as the 15 star flag is raised over the Fair ground, at opening ceremonies. Visitors won’t want to miss this entertaining introduction to the Fair. Stay around to hear food vendors brag about the quality of their delicacies and merchants urging the Fairmasters to stop by their booths.

Fairgoers will have a hard time deciding where to turn next. There is so much to do!

Grand Camera Obscura
Fair attendees can be among a relatively fortunate few who can enjoy this historical scientific attraction, which is just like the one seen in Paris more than 200 years ago. Step into the round tent and be prepared to be amazed.

Artisans, and Merchants
Explore the unique shops that surround the public square. Discover pottery, herbs, dried flowers, handmade chairs, silhouettes, soaps, jewelry and more. The tinsmith, blacksmith, spinners and linen makers will be busy at their crafts.
Don’t miss the HOT AIR BALLOON LAUNCH, frontier STORYTELLERS , the COMEDY Tartuffe, PUPPETS, MAGICIANS and BALLADEERS!

FOOD AND BEVERAGES! Come hungry to the Fair! Enjoy frontier foods prepared as they were back then. Pork chops, turkey legs, sausages, buffalo meat, chicken and noodles, bean soup, corn, peaches and pound cake, raspberries and cream, creampuffs, bread and butter, pies, green beans and potatoes, cheese bits, and much more will delight even the pickiest eaters.

Why is the Fair at New Boston recognized as a premiere living history event? All the music, entertainment, clothing, methods of cooking, foods served, merchandise booths, and equipment used by the artisans are juried (or judged) to assure authenticity to the period. It is also special because it is held on an actual historic site. The site of the Battle of Peckuwe and the Shawnee villages of Peckuwe and Kispoko and later the town of New Boston. All are now gone and are replaced by George Rogers Clark Park.
Directions, Admission, and Contact Information
You will find the Fair at New Boston just west of Springfield on State Route 4 in George Rogers Clark Park.
Gates will open at 10 a.m. - and close at 6 p.m., Rain or Shine. (See “Directions” on this website for detailed directions.)
Admission is $8 for adults, $3 for children aged 6-11, and ages 5 and under are admitted free. Admission for military active duty is $5 with ID. Presale tickets are available here. No pets please.
Parking is free and plentiful. For further information call937-882-9216 or email info@grcha.org.

The Fair At New Boston

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Category: GeneralMontgomery County Fair

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September 1, 2014N/A

Family Fun! Tractor pulls, 4-H animals, a demolition derby, harness racing and food! All the Fair fun you'd expect! The fair last through Monday.

Montgomery County Fair

Category: GeneralCedarFest

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September 1, 2014N/A

Date(s):
Saturday, August 30, 2014
Sunday, August 31, 2014
Monday, September 01, 2014
Price: Free Event
Come see a bit of hometown Americana at its best! Cedarfest is an annual festival in Cedarville, Ohio; the “Home of Labor Day”.

Highlights of this family-friendly festival in Downtown Cedarville include the Fireman’s Pancake Breakfast, Inflatable Bouncers, Cornhole Tournaments, Fireman’s Bingo, Parade, and a Careflight Demonstration

Fireworks will be Sunday night and Rising Country Star Wyatt McCubbin will be appearing at the ball field at 08:15pm.
Each year Cedarfest closes on Sunday evening with one of THE BEST FIREWORKS DISPLAY IN THE AREA!

Visit http://www.cedarvillechamber.com/ for more .
Courtesy of DaytonLocal.com

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Category: GeneralNewSong in Concert with Lilli Rose Bucher

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September 5, 2014

A Night of Worship & Praise!
Springdale Nazarene Church
The event will start at: September 05, 2014 - 7:00 pm

Proceeds from this concert will benefit The Gathering, a mission church dedicated to sharing the love of Jesus Christ while eliminating homelessness, poverty, and substance abuse.
Visit http://www.umcgathering.com/

The concert will be held at:
Springdale Church of the Nazarene
11177 Springfield Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45246

NewSong in Concert with Lilli Rose Bucher

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Category: GeneralThe Gala of Royal Horses

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September 7, 2014

The Gala of the Royal Horses gives audiences the chance to experience the excitement, splendor, and majesty of the most beautiful horses in the world like never before.

This spectacular show combines stunning horses from around the world with live performers creating a breathtaking event for the entire family and horse lovers alike.

2014 is the first time the show has performed in the United States.

The performance will be at 3:00 PM at the Wright State University Nutter Center.
Follow the link for ticket information.

The Gala of Royal Horses

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Category: GeneralNotes From Home Concert by local Christian musicians

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September 14, 2014

Come and join Robin Walton, host of Notes From Home, The Source's weekly program featuring local and regional Christian musicians on Sunday afternoon, September 14th.

The concert will feature:
Aaron Clark and Ministry
Cassandra Joy
Eureka Park
John W. Harden
Nick Cardilino
Shawanda Smith

Category: GeneralTake 6 Concert

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September 14, 2014

Good Neighbor House presents their 20th Annual Concert with national gospel and jazz a cappella recording artists Take 6!

Opening for Take 6 will be Vega, Chaminade Julienne High School a cappella group!

Join Good Neighbor House as they celebrate 20 years of “Empowering Healthier Communities” through a harmony filled evening of soul stirring music from national gospel and jazz a cappella recording artists “Take 6.” These amazing and talented voices of faith, deliver a phenomenal performance of melodious praise. Proceeds from the 20th Anniversary Benefit Concert support the programs and services of Good Neighbor House that provides for the healthcare and human services needs of uninsured and underserved families throughout the Dayton community.

Venue: Victoria Theatre

Performances:
- Sunday, September 14, 2014 at 5:00pm

Prices:
- Adult: $43.00 / $37.00
- Senior (60+): $43.00 / $37.00
- Student: $43.00 / $37.00
- Child: $43.00 / $37.00
- Groups of 10 or more get $2.00 off the $43.00 seats (Available by phone at
937-224-3003, x107 & walk up only)

Take 6 Concert

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Category: GeneralWalk a Mile in Her Shoes®

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September 20, 2014

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® is a national event designed to help raise awareness about sexual violence. Each year, men, women and their families join Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® to benefit Gracehaven. The Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® Event is a fun and quirky, but meaningful opportunity to raise awareness in the community about child sex trafficking.
Gracehaven realized there was a demand for services for victims of commercial sexual exploitation. We began our organization to provide a residential group home for girls under the age of 18 who are survivors, to raise awareness, to train social service providers, and to provide outreach and comprehensive case management to victims.

Gracehaven is a proud member of the Central Ohio Rescue and Restore Coalition, The Ohio Attorney General’s Study Commission on Human Trafficking and the Ohio Network of Anti Human Trafficking Coalitions.

Gracehaven will have three Walk A Mile in Her Shoes walks this year in the Columbus area - for Mother's Day, for Father's Day and a Back-to-School Walk.
First You Walk the Walk

There is an old saying: "You can't really understand another person's experience until you've walked a mile in their shoes." Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® asks men and women to literally walk one mile in women's high-heeled shoes (encouraged, but optional!) It is a unique opportunity to open the door on the discussion of child sex trafficking that happens right here in Central Ohio.
Then You Talk the Talk

It is critical to bring child sex trafficking into the light, but not very easy to do. People unfamiliar with child sex trafficking don't want to believe it exists. This is an ugly topic. How do you get people talking about this issue, so they can identify and prevent it from happening? And if it's already happened, how do you help guide them to recovery?

This year, Gracehaven will expand our 6th Annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® by coordinating three walks to a total of 1,700 people throughout Central Ohio.

Mother's Day Walk - Register Now Saturday, May 10 (Mother’s Day weekend) at Grace Polaris Church. Registration at 8 AM; walk begins at 9 AM

Father's Day Walk - Register Now Saturday, June 14 (Father’s Day weekend) at Glacier Ridge Metro Park. Registration at 8 AM; walk begins at 9 AM

Back-to-School Walk - Coming Soon Saturday, September 20 at Wolfe Park in Bexley. Registration at 8 AM; walk begins at 9 AM

Want to mail in your payment and registration? Download this form

Interested in sponsorship opportunities? Email us at walkamile@gracehaven.me or read about opportunities.

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes®

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Category: GeneralGlobal Week of Student Prayer

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September 21, 2014N/A

The GLOBAL WEEK OF STUDENT PRAYER encourages students to find new and unique ways, places, and times to pray throughout the week. Whether you attend PUBLIC SCHOOL, PRIVATE SCHOOL, or HOME SCHOOL, gather your friends wherever and whenever and pray! The GLOBAL WEEK OF STUDENT PRAYER is dedicated to prayer and launching your on-campus Bible clubs, prayer strategies, and student ministries.

On Wednesday of the Global Week of Student Pray students gather at the flagpole for prayer.

Sunday, September 21 through Saturday, September 27, 2014

Global Week of Student Prayer

Category: GeneralCanine Carnival

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September 21, 2014

The 9th annual Canine Carnival will be Sunday, September 21st from 10 AM to 3 PM at Riverfront Park in Miamisburg, Ohio. This "Day for the Dogs" will be jammed packed with activities! Featured activities include a 5K Walk with dogs and the people they own at 10 AM and the popular Parde of Dogs that begins at noon. The parade is led by adoptable dogs from the Humane Society of Greater Dayton.
All day activities include an obstacle course and an Off-Leash Play Zone.
Special contests continue throughout the day and include:
a Wiener Dog Race, Silliest Pet Tricks, Best Groomed, Best Costume and a Dog/Owner Look-Alike Contest as well as Best Howler.
The Canine Carnival is sponsored by the City of Miamisburg and Twin Maples Veterinary Hospital and is additionally supported by Invisible Fence and Paws and Remember.

Canine Carnival

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Category: GeneralSee You At The Pole 2014

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September 24, 2014N/A

NEVER STOP PRAYING, ESPECIALLY FOR OTHERS.
EPHESIANS 6:18a CEV
#Never Stop Praying
See You at The Pole 2014! Gathering the 4th Wednesday of September annually for SYATP - the Global WEEK of Student Prayer. This year, SYATP DAY is 9.24.
The 2014 theme verse follows Paul’s famous passage on the armor of God, challenging and encouraging Christ followers to stand strong in the Lord and be His representatives to share the Good News of the Gospel.
From that very first year in 1990, See You at the Pole has been about one simple act—prayer. Today, SYATP is still about students humbling themselves, turning to God, and interceding for their generation.
There are two opportunities to prioritize prayer with your friends:
DAY: SEE YOU AT THE POLE day is on Wednesday morning, September 24. All around the globe, in every time zone, students will be gathering at their flagpoles, praying for their school, friends, families, churches, and communities. SEE YOU AT THE POLE is a day committed to global unity in Christ and prayer for your generation.
WEEK: The GLOBAL WEEK OF STUDENT PRAYER (Sunday, September 21 through Saturday, September 27) encourages students to find new and unique ways, places, and times to pray throughout the week. Whether you attend PUBLIC SCHOOL, PRIVATE SCHOOL, or HOME SCHOOL, gather your friends wherever and whenever and pray! The GLOBAL WEEK OF STUDENT PRAYER is dedicated to prayer and launching your on-campus Bible clubs, prayer strategies, and student ministries.

If there isn't one planned YOU CAN ORGANIZE A SEE YOU AT THE POLE time for prayer at your own school - check out the website!

See You At The Pole 2014

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Category: GeneralGlobal Week of Student Prayer

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September 27, 2014N/A

The GLOBAL WEEK OF STUDENT PRAYER encourages students to find new and unique ways, places, and times to pray throughout the week. Whether you attend PUBLIC SCHOOL, PRIVATE SCHOOL, or HOME SCHOOL, gather your friends wherever and whenever and pray! The GLOBAL WEEK OF STUDENT PRAYER is dedicated to prayer and launching your on-campus Bible clubs, prayer strategies, and student ministries.

On Wednesday of the Global Week of Student Pray students gather at the flagpole for prayer.

Sunday, September 21 through Saturday, September 27, 2014

Global Week of Student Prayer

Category: GeneralChild Evangelism's Children's Ministry Conference

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September 27, 2014

The Miami Valley Chapter of Child Evangelism Fellowship is hosting its annual Children’s Ministry Conference. This year’s theme is “Until Every Child Knows”. This one-day, power-packed conference will be filled with creative, fresh ideas for working with children to make your class hour fun, effective, and rewarding.

The conference is for all children’s ministry workers including teachers, church staff, pastors, parents and helpers.

It will be held on Saturday, September 27, 2014, 8:30-4:30PM at Washington Heights Baptist Church, 5650 Far Hills Ave., Dayton, Ohio 45429.

Conference fee is only $40. $10 is due with registration, balance of $30 due at check in.

Discounts: Group rate - get $10 off each for group of 5 or more. Early bird - prepay by Sept. 23 and get $10 off each. Includes lunch and snacks and conference materials.

For more details and info, please call Child Evangelism Fellowship of the Miami Valley at 937-274-9781 or email info@cefmv.org

Child Evangelism's Children's Ministry Conference

Category: GeneralThe Talleys In Concert

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September 27, 2014

The Talleys
With Special Guests : “Zack Shelton & 64 to Grayson”
~ IN CONCERT ~

Saturday, September 27, 2014
6:00 p.m.
Piqua Christian Church
3969 W. State Route 185

Piqua, OH 45356

Tickets: $20 in advance / $25 at the door
Sold at: Grace Christian Bookstore in Piqua
Online at: iTickets.com
For tickets and more information call 937-773-5364 or 937-773-9704

Special Guests: “Zack Shelton & 64 to Grayson”

The Talleys In Concert

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Category: GeneralInvesting in Eternity - Share 2014

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September 30, 2014

Where is your heart? Whew! That's a question for each of us - what is important to me?

As it is time for The Source's annual fundraiser, please start thinking and meditating about the theme, Investing in Eternity, and the theme verse, Matthew 6:19-21, quoted here in the NKJV, “19 “Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal; 20 but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal.21 For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.”
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