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free downtown event - Downtown Dayton Partnership
start at the info table on courthouse square, then explore the 110+ places and spaces participating
throughout downtown, the oregon arts district and the wright-dunbar business village
additional
sponsors:
Urban Nights
presented by:
FACEBOOK.COM/URBANNIGHTSDAYTON • DOWNTOWNDAYTON.ORG
100+ VENUES • START AT COURTHOUSE SQUARE
FREE DOWNTOWN EVENT
FRIDAY MAY 13 5-10p
ARTS / DINING / MUSIC / HOUSING / INTERACTIVE
FREE: Oregon Arts
District Lot
(On East Fifth Street, next to
Omega Music and Thai 9)
Parking Specials
MAY 2011 event Program & map
Follow urban nights on facebook
facebook.com/urbannightsdayton
$3.00: Westminster
$3.00: City Hall Garage And remember, parking
Presbyterian Church Lot, 123 W. Third St.,
meters are free after
Parking is available in the
$3 Parking after 5 p.m.
6 p.m.!
lot directly across from the
Thanks to all our parking partners for offering
front doors of the church on
these special rates!
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Noah’s Ark Lutheran Preschool
239 Wayne Avenue
(937) 224-1939
5-5:20 p.m. - Schuster Children’s Choir
5:25-5:50 p.m. - Schuster Celebrations Choir
5:55-6:25 p.m. - Steve Langemo & Joni Williamson (jazz duo)
6:30-7 p.m. - Jasper the Colossal (local indie rock band)
7-7:25 p.m. - Easycreek (Southern rock)
7:30-7:55 p.m. - Circle Nerdz (break dancers)
8-10 p.m. - This Side Up (local cover band)
Satellite Stages
B Spotlight on Sinclair
Second and Jefferson by the Kettering Tower
Sponsored by
5:30-5:50 p.m. - Sinclair Chamber Choir
6-6:20 p.m. - Sinclair Singer Show Ensemble
6:30-6:50 p.m. - Sinclair “Classical Cafe”
7-7:30 p.m. - Men’s & Women’s Ensembles
7:30-8 p.m. - Sinclair Chorale
8-8:30 p.m. - Sinclair Gospel Ensemble
8:30-9 p.m. - Sinclair Singers
9-10 p.m. - Sinclair Gospel Ensemble
C Live on Five
In the Oregon Arts District, next to
The Trolley Stop
7-8 p.m. - Ryan Judy
8-9 p.m. - Chapter III
9-10 p.m. - Encore Theater Company
Summer Season Launch Party
D The Community Stage
Corner of Third and Jefferson Streets
Special thanks to Harvey Lehrner,
owner of Don’s Pawn Shop
5-7 p.m. - 10-minute performances of all
kinds by Dayton Originals
7-10 p.m. - Karaoke
Centrally located in downtown Dayton.
For a visit or for more info. call 224-1939
E Wright-Dunbar Stage
Southwest corner of Third and Williams
6-7 p.m. - Doug Toles & Witnesses for Christ
Chorale
7-8 p.m. - Big Gil’s Blues & The Funky All
Stars Band
8-9 p.m. - D Funk R&B Band
F MetroParks Pavilion at
RiverScape MetroPark
5-5:15 p.m. - Neverquit Dance Crew and
Studio 4
5:20-5:40 p.m. - Fusion Dance Crew
5:45-6:15 p.m. - 4 Universal Elementz
6:30-8 p.m. - Deron Bell Band
8:30-10 p.m. - Son del Caribe
G Community Church Stage
Wilkinson Street between First and Second
Special thanks to Westminster
Presbyterian Church
6-6:30 p.m. - Emmanuel Catholic Church
Instrumental Ensemble
6:40-7 p.m. - Alvin Brooks
7:10-7:30 p.m. - TBA
8-10 p.m. - Keith Yoder (nationally known
multi-instrumentalist)
enjoy
Eclectic Art
1 5th st. clayworx 521 E. Fifth St., 222-2680 Offering a wide variety of functional pottery, beads and such
paper art as hanging cranes.
2 Atta Girl Art and Gardens Complex 811-905 E. Third St., 672-0704 See what the buzz is about at this
multi-unit arts complex, where artists’ studios will be open and demos will take place. Tour the facility and see the
new home of renowned local artisans Hamilton Dixon, Shon Walters and the Zoot Theatre Co. 15% off Hamilton
Dixon’s available work.
3 Blue Sky Project [former Roly Poly space and KeyBank Tower] Courthouse Square, 732-5123
Kick-off for the 2011 Blue Sky Project, including “Reflections of Blue Sky,” work from past resident artists and youth
participants.
4 Cachet G! International Boutique and Gallery 133 E. Third St., 461-2665 Paula J. Scott will exhibit
work from a variety of her favorite mediums, including painting, chalk and pencil drawings, and scratch board.
5 Cannery Art & Design Center 434 E. Third St., 313-9883 More than 800 pieces of art, including pottery,
jewelry, painting, photography, furniture and sculpture, along with live music, poetry readings, food and drink. 15%
off work by all participating artists.
6 Color 2 Gallery 519 E. Fifth St., 266-3491 Featuring new works by the Confluence art group.
7 Color of Energy Gallery 16 Brown St., 266-3491 Displaying the acrylic steel paintings of Mike Elsass and
the work of artists from the Confluence group.
8 Community Art Gallery 1139 W. Third St., 443-0249 Fine art juried exhibition.
9 Dayton Art Institute 456 Belmonte Park North, 223-5277 Free admission to the special exhibition
“Creating the New Century,” free eye makeovers by Sephora, a hip-hop dance demo by the Neverquit Dance Crew
(6:15 p.m.), live music, poetry readings, button making, guided tours and a cash bar.
10 Dayton Cultural and RTA Transit Center 40 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd., 333-2489 “Fridays after 5ive”
event, including an art exhibit (5-6 p.m.), live jazz and vocalists, poetry, light refreshments, and more. Art exhibit is
free. $6 admission for show.
11 Dayton Visual Arts Center 118 N. Jefferson St., 224-3822 Gallery art exhibits “Domestic Mediations 1:
Maura Schaffer” and “Domestic Mediations 2: Deborah Barr.”
12 Elaine Balsley Fine Art 523 E. Fifth St., 222-2680 Original art, notecards, framed prints and “Pandora” style
old-fashioned costume jewelry. 10% off artwork (jewelry excluded).
13 Gallery 510 Fine Art 510 E. Fifth St., 672-6717 An exhibit of new work by gallery owner Loretta Puncer
titled “Woven Paint.”
14 Gallery at Fifth Third Center 1 S. Main St., 228-2224 Photography exhibit, “West Africa,” by Gary Phillips.
15 Greater Dayton’s Favorite Architecture Photography Competition 8 N. Main St., 291-1913
Gallery exhibition of photo competition entries. Winners announced around 7 p.m. See all entries and vote for the
People’s Choice award. Sponsored by AIA Dayton.
16 H. David Clay Studio & Gallery 33 S. St. Clair St., 424-5452 Hand-crafted stoneware and Raku pottery by
proprietor H. David Kirchner, including both decorative and functional pieces.
17 Jimmy Modern 605 E. Fifth St., 520-3782 An exhibit of work by 30 local artists.
71 De’Lish 139 N. Main St., 461-2233 Live food demonstrations from celebrity chef Mark Brown and free face
painting for kids. $5 specialty Urban Nights drinks, 20% off all entrees, plus other food and drink specials.
72 The Deli and Top of the Market 32 Webster St., 228-8646 Great music, cocktails and meals. Free nonalcoholic beverage with purchase of dinner and free parking.
73 The Dublin Pub 300 Wayne Ave., 224-7822 This traditional Irish pub will feature live music by Blind Karma
with no cover charge, plus 20% off food.
74 Feathers Vintage Clothing 440 E. Fifth St. , 228-2940 Vintage clothing and accessories, antiques, jewelry,
records, furniture and other vintage items from the 1930s through the 1980s. Free gift with purchase.
75 The Flying Pizza 223 N. Main St., 222-8031 New York-style pizza by the slice or whole pie, calzones and
more. 10% off.
76 Franco’s Ristorante & La Taverna 824 E. Fifth St., 222-0204 Enjoy a taste of Italy with cuisine made
from owner Franco’s family recipes.
77 George Newcom’s Tavern 418 E. Fifth St., 223-2470 A full-service bar with a DJ and dance floor.
78 Gilly’s 132 S. Jefferson St., 228-8414 8 p.m. performance by Captains of Industry. Tickets are $5.
79 Glenn Scott’s Tattoo Team 452 E. Fifth St., 586-0227 Stop in for a piercing or tattoo work of any style.
80 Goodwill 501 E. Fifth St., 228-4737 Receive $5 off purchases of $15 or more (some items excluded). Discount
is good all day on May 13.
81 International Food Court 44 W. Third St., 222-2177 Enjoy authentic international and local cuisine. 10%
off. Free dessert with entrée purchase.
82 J-Alan’s 121 N. Ludlow St., 222-4811 A wide variety of cocktails and beers. Live music by Magic Jackson. $1
off all drinks until 10 p.m. No cover charge until 9 p.m.
83 Jay’s Seafood Restaurant 225 E. Sixth St., 222-2892 Fresh seafood and fine wines. Live music by Puzzle
of Light from 9 p.m. til midnight. No cover charge. Mention Urban Nights for 15% off food.
84 Las Americas Caribbean Cuisine 524 E. Fifth St., 266-3086 Authentic Puerto Rican and traditional
American cuisine. Live music from Herb Beck, who plays easy listening and Jimmy Buffett tunes. Free dessert with
entrée purchase.
84 Lucky’s Taproom & Eatery 520 E. Fifth St., 222-6800 Tapping a firkin of Heavy Seas Über Abbey Belgian
Ale and offering a steak dinner special with steak and vegan kabobs.
85 Marilyn’s Bar & Grill 130 W. Second St., 674-8186 Drill team demonstration by the Dayton Enon Cadets,
live jazz ensembles, door prizes and raffles, food samples and more. 35% off entrees and appetizers.
86 Mind Body & Soul Center 1141 W. Third Street, 443-0249 Browse health, art and travel tables, enter
raffles, and view exhibits.
87 Ned Pepper’s 419 E. Fifth St., 223-8397 Enjoy pool tables, dart machines, cornhole and a DJ at 9 p.m.
88 The Ohio Coffee Co. 46 W. Fifth St., 228-5282 This cozy and eclectic coffee house serves organic teas, coffee
from a variety of roasters and fresh soups and sandwiches. $3 Big Lebowski Mocha during Urban Nights.
89 Omega Music 318 E. Fifth St., 275-9949 Shop for records and more while enjoying live music starting at
5 p.m. by Matt Hobbs, The Legend of Flannel Bear, Wes Tirey and Henrique Couto.
90 Oregon Express 336 E. Fifth St., 223-9205 Live music from Linda Prevo & the South Side Slackers (5-8 p.m.)
and The Eric Jerardi Band (9:30 p.m.). Half off gourmet pizzas from 4-8 p.m.
91 Pantorium Cleaners 120 W. Second St., 222-5322 Urban Nights party with special entertainment. Pick up
coupons for 25% off dry cleaning and laundry services.
18 K12 Gallery for Young People and TEJAS 510 E. Third St., 461-5149 Paintings by Rebecca Sargent in
K12’s TEJAS studio, artwork by student Ryan Mescher and students from St. Christopher School in Vandalia and Dixie
Elementary in K12’s elementary studio, and the exhibit “Batiks of the Bible,” featuring work created as part of K12’s
artist in residence program in Dayton’s urban Catholic schools.
19 Lincoln Society of Dayton Main St. between Courthouse Square & Second, 297-9993 Have your
picture taken with Abraham Lincoln ($1) and learn about President Lincoln’s historical ties to downtown Dayton.
20 Miami Valley Lampwork Bead Artists Corner of Second and Jefferson, Kettering Tower Lobby,
470-6895 Shop an artisan jewelry trunk show from 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
21 Press 257 Wayne Ave., 231-7107 Enjoy a fresh cup of coffee, tea or an espresso beverage while viewing a solo
show of pottery by Kevin Tunstall.
22 Sinclair Community College Art Galleries West Fifth Street at Perry, fourth floor, Building 13,
512-2253 Annual Juried Fine Art Student Exhibition, featuring more than 100 paintings, drawings, prints, photos,
sculptures and other works by Sinclair Community College Fine Art students.
23 The Southern Belle 134 N. Patterson Blvd., 461-4536 Urban Nights Art Show, featuring the work of 13
artists, plus craft vendors selling handmade goods.
24 W.B. Davis Studio & EbonNia Art Gallery 1135 W. Third St., 223-2290 Art exhibit and studio sale.
imagine
Stylish
Urban Living
Tours
sponsored by
25 The Cannery Lofts 500 E. Third St., 222-3060 Tour a loft apartment at this luxury urban living option
above downtown retail space.
26 First Place 330 W. First St., 226-1630 View all building amenities, including the pool, sundeck, fitness
room, and a 10th floor model unit. Light snacks served. Application fee waived during Urban Nights.
27 Kamela & Company Realty presents Art & Architecture 139 Jackson St., 974-2494
Showcasing art by Stivers School for the Arts students and other local artists in a completely renovated historic
Oregon Arts District mansion recently offered for sale.
28 The Landing 115 W. Monument Ave., 228-0062 Two luxury apartment floorplans will be available for
tours.
29 Litehouse Canal Block Development 131 N. Patterson Blvd., 223-8234 Tour this green urban
living option, the first of its kind in the Dayton area, from 5-9 p.m. 124 Canal Boat Ct. will also be open from
5-9 p.m. (entrance on back side of facility).
30 Patterson Square Townhouses NW corner of First and Patterson, 604-3383 Learn more about
downtown’s newest housing development at the site where it soon will be built.
31 St. Clair Lofts 355 St. Clair St., 222-9750 Units will be open for self-guided tours and light snacks will be
offered.
Budweiser Select on
Courthouse Square
92 Pulse Nite Club 613 E. Fifth St., 222-7721 Check out downtown’s newest dance club, featuring spectacular
visual effects, a large bar, dance floor, lounge area and more, playing Top 40 hits and dance music.
93 ReCreate 438 E. Fifth St., 938-8181 Live music and painting outside this instrument store with artwork from
local painters, photographers and sculptors. Sale on all stringed instruments, plus sale prices on most store items.
94 SideBar 410 E. Fifth St., 723-9415 Hand-crafted cocktails and small plate tapas with a Mediterranean and
South American influence. Mention Urban Nights for 15% off food.
95 Smokin’ Bar-B-Que 200 E. Fifth St., 586-9790 Authentic Texas barbeque and homemade sides in the
historic 1941 White Tower diner. Show Urban Nights program when placing order for 10% off.
96 Smokin’ Joes Restaurant Located in Wright-Dunbar Serving soul food and more.
97 Spaghetti Warehouse 36 W. Fifth St., 461-3913 Hearty, made-from-scratch Italian food in a casual
atmosphere.
Square One Salon and Spa 506 E. Third St., 461-2222 While the salon will not be open for Urban Nights,
be on the lookout for Square One employees handing out reusable bags filled with gift certificates and goodies from
the salon.
98 The Stage Door 44 N. Jefferson St., 304-7412 Live music from The Reverend Blues Band. No cover charge
from 5-10 p.m.
99 Take a Break 4 S. Main St., Suite J, 586-0460 The convenience/concession store at Wright Stop Plaza will be
open until 11 p.m., serving ice cream and Slushie products. Buy one, get one half off.
100 Thai 9 11 Brown St., 222-3227 Thai restaurant with Japanese-style sushi and a full bar. 15% off food.
101 Therapy Café 452 E. Third St., 461-4000 Art exhibit, Zumba at 7 p.m., live music by Premium Blend at 9 p.m.,
$5 Artisans Café pizzas and $5 hookahs.
102 Tiffiny’s Wine & Karaoke Star Search Bar 1120 W. Third St., 443-0249 Enjoy star search competitions,
wine and more.
103 The Trolley Stop 530 E. Fifth St., 461-1101 Casual neighborhood tavern with fresh homemade food and
craft beer selection. Urban Nights party with live music by Funky G. 10% off food.
104 Tumbleweed Connection 454 E. Fifth St., 228-5500 Laid-back Oregon Arts District saloon. 10% off cover
charge.
105 Uno Chicago Grill 126 N. Main St., 910-8000 Chicago-style eatery and bar with a broad menu, casual
atmosphere and patio. 10% off food.
106 Valeria’s Beauty Center and Day Spa / Bonito 21 W. First St., 222-8551 Full-service hair salon and
spa with retail hair and beauty products, massages, manicures and more. Special prices on services. 10% off hair
products. Free designer haircut with selected service. Explore Bonito, the new lobby shop at Valeria’s, featuring
necklace sets, rings, bracelets, watches, purses, earrings, scarves, shawls, pashminas, hats, T-shirts, books and more.
10-50% off selected merchandise.
107 White Lotus 327 E. Third St., 222-7030 Café and diner offering Thai and American food, all-day breakfast and
Yummy Burger. 10% off.
108 Wiley’s Comedy Niteclub 101 Pine St., 224-5653 See comedian “Uncle Dow”Thomas at 9 p.m. $10.
109 The Wine Gallery 5 W. Monument Ave., 224-9463 Live music and local art display, plus pouring 50 wines
by the glass with 10 house wines for $4 each. 15% off appetizers.
110 Wright Dunbar Inc.’s Grillin’ & Chillin’ Tent West Third Street, 443-0249 Music, dancing, spirits, and
lots of grillin’ and chillin’.
111 Ziks Family Pharmacy 1120 W. Third St., 278-9457 Visit the pharmacy table in the Mind Body & Soul
Center.
explore
Creative Spaces
32 The Arcade W. Third St. (Main to Ludlow block) Purchase Arcade-themed bookbags, notecards and more, plus
tickets ($15) for tours of the Arcade, the Engineers Club and the Dayton Woman’s Club as part of the “Jewels of the Gem
City” on June 4 (Arcade not open for tours during Urban Nights).
33 Celebrations Room 1116 W. Third St., 443-0249 Check out Wright-Dunbar Inc.’s 10th Anniversary Celebration.
34 Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park 16 S. Williams St., 225-7705 Visit free exhibits in
the Wright-Dunbar Interpretive Center and Wright Brothers Cycle Shop. Learn about the new Junior Ranger program for
children ages 6-12.
35 Dayton International Peace Museum 208 W. Monument St., 224-2713 Enjoy free outdoor
entertainment, the opening reception for an exhibit of Chinese brush painting and current museum exhibits.
36 Dayton Metro Library 215 E. Third St., 463-2665 Hands-on arts and crafts programs for all ages, including
adults. Main library’s first floor will be open.
37 Derailed: A Hair Salon 506 1/2 E. Fifth St., 222-3910 Co-owner Austin Burkhart tries to break his Urban
Nights record for giving free mohawks.
38 Drake’s Downtown Gym: Home of Jab City Boxing 207 E. Fourth St., 223-6193 See demonstrations
of boxing exercise classes, including Hits and Mitts, Kids and Mitts, and at 9 p.m., the new Boom Box class. Play a giant
ring-toss game to win gym memberships.
39 en-Masse 42 W. Fifth St., 369-8841 Participate in a live runway photo shoot, watch faux celebrity models,
register to win prizes and more.
40 Graffiti’s Hair Salon 40 S. Main St., 610-4247 Get an inside look at this downtown salon.
41 Levin Porter Architects 24 N. Jefferson St., fifth floor, 224-1931 Stop by an open house celebrating Levin
Porter’s 50th anniversary downtown, featuring exhibits from its extensive projects portfolio.
42 The Little Hearts School House & Learning Center 24 N. Jefferson St., 226-1276 Tour the facility, view
a multimedia presentation, and enjoy free face painting, snacks and more. Receive a coupon for 20% off summer camp
fees.
43 My Father’s House Childcare and Learning Center 35 S. Jefferson St., 297-0477 Enjoy free food,
music, a petting zoo and more. Tour the facility and register for the summer program - registrations taken during Urban
Nights receive one week free.
44 The Neon 130 E. Fifth St, 222-7469 Downtown’s independent movie theater will feature a free sneak peek
screening in the lobby, showcasing movies that will be shown during the FilmDayton Festival.
45 Noah’s Ark Lutheran Preschool 239 Wayne Ave., 224-1939 Take a guided tour of the facility, enjoy face
painting and goody bags for kids, and receive a gift certificate for $25 off registration fees for the 2011-2012 school year.
46 The Old Courthouse 7 N. Main St., 293-2841 Enjoy a tour of the Old Courthouse, completed in 1850, and learn
about its rich history.
47 Paradise Lounge & Stage 1100 W. Third St., 443-0249 Enjoy live entertainment, spirits and more.
48 Practice Yoga 504 E. Fifth St., 321-7676 Live Vinyasa Flow class from 5:45-7 p.m. with acoustic soundtrack by
yogi and resident musician BJSR (Ben Rivet). All levels welcome. First-time visitors receive a free single class pass ($12
value).
49 Real Art Design Group 520 E. First St., 223-9955 Tour the Real Art offices and participate in other fun
activities.
experience
Live Arts Performances
and Special Events
Courthouse Square
A Main Stage on Courthouse Square sponsored by DP&L
Enjoy live performances by the Schuster adult and children’s choirs, Steve Langemo and Joni Williamson,
Jasper the Colossal, Easycreek, CircleNerdz and This Side Up. This stage is programmed from 5-10 p.m.
Satellite Stages
Found throughout downtown, the satellite stages feature entertainment throughout the night. Schedules
with performance times are available on the back of this program and at each stage.
B Spotlight on Sinclair • Second & Jefferson Featuring performances by Sinclair
students. Programmed from 6-9 p.m.
C Live on Five • East Fifth Street in the Oregon Arts District, next to the Trolley Stop Check out
performances by local acts, such as Ryan Judy, Chapter III and Encore Theater Company’s summer season launch
party. This stage is programmed from 7-10 p.m.
D Community Stage • Third & Jefferson Enjoy performances by “Dayton Originals” as they share their
talents with the community from 5-7 p.m. Starting at 7 p.m., open call karaoke to anyone who would like to
perform at Urban Nights. Special thanks to Don’s Pawn Shop for use of its parking lot. This stage is programmed
from 5-10 p.m.
E Wright-Dunbar Stage • West Third Street in the Wright-Dunbar Business Village Check out
performances by local musicians Doug Toles and Witnesses for Christ Chorale, Big Gil’s Blues and the Funky AllStars Band, and D-Funk R&B. This stage is programmed from 6-9 p.m.
F RiverScape MetroPark Stage • 111 E. Monument Ave. Enjoy live performances in the new
MetroParks Pavilion by Neverquit Dance Crew, Fusion Dance Crew, 4 Universal Elementz, Deron Bell Band and
Son del Caribe. This stage is programmed from 5-10 p.m.
G NEW! Community Church Stage • Wilkinson between First and Second streets. Performances by
our downtown church choirs with a special performance by nationally known multi-instrumentalist Keith Yoder.
Special Events
Activated Spaces: Street Level Art Competition Check out 17 local artists’ displays “Celebrating
Dayton” in windows throughout downtown. Vote for your favorite by scanning QR codes or filling out a ballot you can
pick up at Courthouse Square. The Urban Nights People’s Choice winner will receive gallery space at Cannery Art and
Design Center.
H1 The Biltmore - Dayton Creative Syndicate.
H2 Main Street Garage - Amanda Allen, Carol
Stoops.
H3 124 N. Jefferson - Jason Eckley, Jacqui Theobald.
H4 100 E. Third St. - Charles Stough, Suki Kwon,
Dayton Regional STEM School.
H5 113 E. Third St. - Cindi & Bob Remm.
H6 146 E. Third St. - Focus Photo Club.
H7 110 W. Fifth St. - Lea Richards.
H8 Talbot Tower - Robin Dakin, Warren Buckler and
project judges’ art.
H9 St. Clair Lofts - Shulamit Adler, Terrianne Swift,
K12 Gallery.
H10 401 E. Fifth St. - Tracy Kraft.
J Urban Bikes @ Urban Nights - Bring your own bike! Tour departs from Don Crawford
Plaza in front of Fifth Third Field at 5:30 p.m. – Join cyclists from across the Miami Valley as
they cruise throughout the action in our downtown!
50 Schuster Performing Arts Center Second & Main streets, 228-3630 The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra
presents “Bernstein’s Mass” at 8 p.m. Tickets range from $9 to $59.
51 St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church 239 Wayne Ave., 224-0589 View photographs and historical
information about the St. Paul congregation. Friendly people will be on hand to greet you and answer questions.
52 Urban Krag Climbing Center 125 Clay St., 224-5724 Try your hand (and feet) at indoor rock climbing - $3
for one climb during Urban Nights. View artwork from Jean Koeller.
53 Victoria Theatre 138 N. Main St., 228-7091 Get an insider’s tour of the historic Victoria Theatre.
54 The Victory Project 16 W. Fifth St., 224-0880 Stop by an open house and learn more about what The
Victory Project does to help disadvantaged youth in the region.
55 Westminster Presbyterian Church 125 N. Wilkinson St., 223-7285 Enjoy food and entertainment, plus
a concert from Keith Yoder at 8 p.m., during the first night of a three-day May Festival event at Westminster.
The church will be open to view the sanctuary and use the restrooms.
56 The Wright Brothers Bicycle Shop 16 S. Williams St. View historical exhibits at this center featuring the
history of Orville and Wilbur Wright.
57 Wright-Dunbar Inc. Information Tent NW corner of Third & Williams streets, 443-0249 Stop by the
Wright-Dunbar tent for information, volunteer sign-in, raffles and more.
58 YMCA 316 N. Wilkinson St., 228-9622 Stop in to learn about YMCA programs offered at this downtown location.
discover
Dining, Nightlife & Retail
59 5th Street Wine & Deli 416 E. Fifth St., 220-9333 Craft beer tasting ($1) and wine tasting ($2), plus a
great selection of sandwiches at this neighborhood deli.
60 The 88 Club 219 N. Patterson Blvd., 266-2622 Enjoy complimentary appetizers from 5-10 p.m. at this
downtown nightclub.
61 All Tune & Lube 400 E. Third St., 222-7772 Vintage and race cars will be on display.
62 Bingers Bar 142 E. Third St., 224-8609 South of the border night featuring $3 tequila shots and $5 for a
tequila shot and a Corona.
63 Blind Bob’s 430 E. Fifth St., 938-6405 Live music from The Avery Set beginning at 10 p.m.
64 Bonnett’s Book Store 502 E. Fifth St., 228-1222 Check out illustrated books and magazines recording
the progression of pop culture, and learn how comic book art and writing evolved into modern masterpieces of
storytelling. 10% off purchases and 25% discount for Foursquare users. Check in at 10 p.m. for a Swarm Badge.
65 Boston Stoker 34 W. Second St., 223-1224 Enjoy coffee, tea, smoothies and live music. 10% off drinks and
baked goods, excluding bottled drinks.
66 Boulevard Haus 328 E. Fifth St., 824-2722 15% off food (alcohol excluded).
67 Citilites 1 W. Second St., 222-0623 Special Urban Nights drink deals will be offered at this bar and restaurant
in the Schuster Center Wintergarden.
68 Coco’s Bistro 515 Wayne Ave., 228-2626 Check out the new spring/summer menu and enjoy live music. The
patio will be open (weather permitting). $5 glasses of wine and martinis. Free dessert with dinner purchase.
69 Cold Beer and Cheeseburgers 33 S. Jefferson St., 222-2337 Featuring jazz, along with a full bar, 50 beer
choices, appetizers, burgers, salads, wraps and dinners.
70 The Dayton Woman’s Club 225 N. Ludlow St., 228-1124 Tour this private club in an elegant Victorian
mansion and enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres, beverages and a cash bar.
Special Events, continued
CS SCANvenger Hunt throughout downtown - Don’t miss Comtactics’
SCANvenger Hunt! Several downtown businesses will have QR codes on display at
the
their establishments. Smartphone users are encouraged to go to participating businesses and scan
QR code on
search for special 2d SCANvenger Hunt codes. Scan the QR codes, answer a question and you the next page
to start the hunt!
will automatically be entered into drawings for giveaways throughout the evening!
K Sideshow VI at Garden Station and nearby Yellow Cab Co. Building – The Sideshow is an annual event
presented by the Dayton Circus Creative Collective. For two nights, The Sideshow will connect many genres of
art, from music to installation to performance, showcasing many artists, both new and established, from many
diverse backgrounds. This is a community event put together by participating artists, as well as the public, in an
effort to connect with an already varied art scene.
L FilmDayton Projected onto the southwest side of the Dayton Convention
Center; view the projection from the Jefferson and Fifth street area –
Multidisciplinary artist and owner of Seattle-based The New Device, Rod Hatfield, a
Springfield native, has custom mixed a montage of silent films starring Lillian Gish, also a Springfield native.
Recording artist The Show will provide a live soundtrack to the projection, which also will include a sneak peek of
movies that will be shown during the FilmDayton Festival May 20-21.
CS Yellow Bikes Program Launch – The nonprofit Life Enrichment Center rolls out its new Yellow Bike
program during Urban Nights. Stop by Courthouse Square to grab one of 50 brightly painted yellow bikes, which
will be available for free public use throughout downtown starting May 13. Ride to your destination and leave the
yellow bike for the next person to use.
Artistic Additions & Roving Entertainment
Throughout Downtown – A bit surprising, but a lot of fun! Tipping is encouraged. Some of the participating
artists include jugglers, break dancers, strolling musicians and many more!
Check out the Wright-Dunbar Business Village!
Celebrate Dayton’s rich cultural legacy at multiple locations in historic Wright-Dunbar along West Third Street,
between Broadway and Williams streets.
• Don’t miss the Grillin’ and Chillin’ Café Tent for music, dancing, spirits and more.
• Stop in the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, the Wright Bros. Bicycle Shop or Paradise Lounge & Stage,
visit business open houses, experience art, poetry and more!
interact
Interactive Activities
i1 Paint the Street – Help students from Stivers School for the Arts’ painting
i2
i3
D
department transform Second Street in front of the Schuster Performing Arts Center
between Main and Ludlow streets into a giant mural. Students will create a huge paint-by-numbers style template
on the street that the public can help complete, using environmentally friendly liquid chalk, from 5-10 p.m.
Photo Booth – Stop by the FREE open-air photo booth on Second Street between Main & Ludlow to have
your photo taken for a lasting memory of the excitement of Urban Nights. 5:30-9:30 p.m.
Jelly Bean Art – Everyone is invited to Second Street between Main & Ludlow to help create a piece of
whimsical art using jelly beans!
Karaoke – From 7-10 p.m., the Community Stage at the corner of Third and Jefferson streets will host open-air,
open call karaoke! Sign up to sing your favorite song to the crowd, or just watch others do their thing!
The Dropbacks – Toss and catch with The Dropbacks, a professional comedic juggling duo born and raised in
Beavercreek. The duo will be roaming throughout Urban Nights locations from 5-10 p.m.
explore
Creative Spaces
32 The Arcade W. Third St. (Main to Ludlow block) Purchase Arcade-themed bookbags, notecards and more, plus
tickets ($15) for tours of the Arcade, the Engineers Club and the Dayton Woman’s Club as part of the “Jewels of the Gem
City” on June 4 (Arcade not open for tours during Urban Nights).
33 Celebrations Room 1116 W. Third St., 443-0249 Check out Wright-Dunbar Inc.’s 10th Anniversary Celebration.
34 Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park 16 S. Williams St., 225-7705 Visit free exhibits in
the Wright-Dunbar Interpretive Center and Wright Brothers Cycle Shop. Learn about the new Junior Ranger program for
children ages 6-12.
35 Dayton International Peace Museum 208 W. Monument St., 224-2713 Enjoy free outdoor
entertainment, the opening reception for an exhibit of Chinese brush painting and current museum exhibits.
36 Dayton Metro Library 215 E. Third St., 463-2665 Hands-on arts and crafts programs for all ages, including
adults. Main library’s first floor will be open.
37 Derailed: A Hair Salon 506 1/2 E. Fifth St., 222-3910 Co-owner Austin Burkhart tries to break his Urban
Nights record for giving free mohawks.
38 Drake’s Downtown Gym: Home of Jab City Boxing 207 E. Fourth St., 223-6193 See demonstrations
of boxing exercise classes, including Hits and Mitts, Kids and Mitts, and at 9 p.m., the new Boom Box class. Play a giant
ring-toss game to win gym memberships.
39 en-Masse 42 W. Fifth St., 369-8841 Participate in a live runway photo shoot, watch faux celebrity models,
register to win prizes and more.
40 Graffiti’s Hair Salon 40 S. Main St., 610-4247 Get an inside look at this downtown salon.
41 Levin Porter Architects 24 N. Jefferson St., fifth floor, 224-1931 Stop by an open house celebrating Levin
Porter’s 50th anniversary downtown, featuring exhibits from its extensive projects portfolio.
42 The Little Hearts School House & Learning Center 24 N. Jefferson St., 226-1276 Tour the facility, view
a multimedia presentation, and enjoy free face painting, snacks and more. Receive a coupon for 20% off summer camp
fees.
43 My Father’s House Childcare and Learning Center 35 S. Jefferson St., 297-0477 Enjoy free food,
music, a petting zoo and more. Tour the facility and register for the summer program - registrations taken during Urban
Nights receive one week free.
44 The Neon 130 E. Fifth St, 222-7469 Downtown’s independent movie theater will feature a free sneak peek
screening in the lobby, showcasing movies that will be shown during the FilmDayton Festival.
45 Noah’s Ark Lutheran Preschool 239 Wayne Ave., 224-1939 Take a guided tour of the facility, enjoy face
painting and goody bags for kids, and receive a gift certificate for $25 off registration fees for the 2011-2012 school year.
46 The Old Courthouse 7 N. Main St., 293-2841 Enjoy a tour of the Old Courthouse, completed in 1850, and learn
about its rich history.
47 Paradise Lounge & Stage 1100 W. Third St., 443-0249 Enjoy live entertainment, spirits and more.
48 Practice Yoga 504 E. Fifth St., 321-7676 Live Vinyasa Flow class from 5:45-7 p.m. with acoustic soundtrack by
yogi and resident musician BJSR (Ben Rivet). All levels welcome. First-time visitors receive a free single class pass ($12
value).
49 Real Art Design Group 520 E. First St., 223-9955 Tour the Real Art offices and participate in other fun
activities.
experience
Live Arts Performances
and Special Events
Courthouse Square
A Main Stage on Courthouse Square sponsored by DP&L
Enjoy live performances by the Schuster adult and children’s choirs, Steve Langemo and Joni Williamson,
Jasper the Colossal, Easycreek, CircleNerdz and This Side Up. This stage is programmed from 5-10 p.m.
Satellite Stages
Found throughout downtown, the satellite stages feature entertainment throughout the night. Schedules
with performance times are available on the back of this program and at each stage.
B Spotlight on Sinclair • Second & Jefferson Featuring performances by Sinclair
students. Programmed from 6-9 p.m.
C Live on Five • East Fifth Street in the Oregon Arts District, next to the Trolley Stop Check out
performances by local acts, such as Ryan Judy, Chapter III and Encore Theater Company’s summer season launch
party. This stage is programmed from 7-10 p.m.
D Community Stage • Third & Jefferson Enjoy performances by “Dayton Originals” as they share their
talents with the community from 5-7 p.m. Starting at 7 p.m., open call karaoke to anyone who would like to
perform at Urban Nights. Special thanks to Don’s Pawn Shop for use of its parking lot. This stage is programmed
from 5-10 p.m.
E Wright-Dunbar Stage • West Third Street in the Wright-Dunbar Business Village Check out
performances by local musicians Doug Toles and Witnesses for Christ Chorale, Big Gil’s Blues and the Funky AllStars Band, and D-Funk R&B. This stage is programmed from 6-9 p.m.
F RiverScape MetroPark Stage • 111 E. Monument Ave. Enjoy live performances in the new
MetroParks Pavilion by Neverquit Dance Crew, Fusion Dance Crew, 4 Universal Elementz, Deron Bell Band and
Son del Caribe. This stage is programmed from 5-10 p.m.
G NEW! Community Church Stage • Wilkinson between First and Second streets. Performances by
our downtown church choirs with a special performance by nationally known multi-instrumentalist Keith Yoder.
Special Events
Activated Spaces: Street Level Art Competition Check out 17 local artists’ displays “Celebrating
Dayton” in windows throughout downtown. Vote for your favorite by scanning QR codes or filling out a ballot you can
pick up at Courthouse Square. The Urban Nights People’s Choice winner will receive gallery space at Cannery Art and
Design Center.
H1 The Biltmore - Dayton Creative Syndicate.
H2 Main Street Garage - Amanda Allen, Carol
Stoops.
H3 124 N. Jefferson - Jason Eckley, Jacqui Theobald.
H4 100 E. Third St. - Charles Stough, Suki Kwon,
Dayton Regional STEM School.
H5 113 E. Third St. - Cindi & Bob Remm.
H6 146 E. Third St. - Focus Photo Club.
H7 110 W. Fifth St. - Lea Richards.
H8 Talbot Tower - Robin Dakin, Warren Buckler and
project judges’ art.
H9 St. Clair Lofts - Shulamit Adler, Terrianne Swift,
K12 Gallery.
H10 401 E. Fifth St. - Tracy Kraft.
J Urban Bikes @ Urban Nights - Bring your own bike! Tour departs from Don Crawford
Plaza in front of Fifth Third Field at 5:30 p.m. – Join cyclists from across the Miami Valley as
they cruise throughout the action in our downtown!
50 Schuster Performing Arts Center Second & Main streets, 228-3630 The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra
presents “Bernstein’s Mass” at 8 p.m. Tickets range from $9 to $59.
51 St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church 239 Wayne Ave., 224-0589 View photographs and historical
information about the St. Paul congregation. Friendly people will be on hand to greet you and answer questions.
52 Urban Krag Climbing Center 125 Clay St., 224-5724 Try your hand (and feet) at indoor rock climbing - $3
for one climb during Urban Nights. View artwork from Jean Koeller.
53 Victoria Theatre 138 N. Main St., 228-7091 Get an insider’s tour of the historic Victoria Theatre.
54 The Victory Project 16 W. Fifth St., 224-0880 Stop by an open house and learn more about what The
Victory Project does to help disadvantaged youth in the region.
55 Westminster Presbyterian Church 125 N. Wilkinson St., 223-7285 Enjoy food and entertainment, plus
a concert from Keith Yoder at 8 p.m., during the first night of a three-day May Festival event at Westminster.
The church will be open to view the sanctuary and use the restrooms.
56 The Wright Brothers Bicycle Shop 16 S. Williams St. View historical exhibits at this center featuring the
history of Orville and Wilbur Wright.
57 Wright-Dunbar Inc. Information Tent NW corner of Third & Williams streets, 443-0249 Stop by the
Wright-Dunbar tent for information, volunteer sign-in, raffles and more.
58 YMCA 316 N. Wilkinson St., 228-9622 Stop in to learn about YMCA programs offered at this downtown location.
discover
Dining, Nightlife & Retail
59 5th Street Wine & Deli 416 E. Fifth St., 220-9333 Craft beer tasting ($1) and wine tasting ($2), plus a
great selection of sandwiches at this neighborhood deli.
60 The 88 Club 219 N. Patterson Blvd., 266-2622 Enjoy complimentary appetizers from 5-10 p.m. at this
downtown nightclub.
61 All Tune & Lube 400 E. Third St., 222-7772 Vintage and race cars will be on display.
62 Bingers Bar 142 E. Third St., 224-8609 South of the border night featuring $3 tequila shots and $5 for a
tequila shot and a Corona.
63 Blind Bob’s 430 E. Fifth St., 938-6405 Live music from The Avery Set beginning at 10 p.m.
64 Bonnett’s Book Store 502 E. Fifth St., 228-1222 Check out illustrated books and magazines recording
the progression of pop culture, and learn how comic book art and writing evolved into modern masterpieces of
storytelling. 10% off purchases and 25% discount for Foursquare users. Check in at 10 p.m. for a Swarm Badge.
65 Boston Stoker 34 W. Second St., 223-1224 Enjoy coffee, tea, smoothies and live music. 10% off drinks and
baked goods, excluding bottled drinks.
66 Boulevard Haus 328 E. Fifth St., 824-2722 15% off food (alcohol excluded).
67 Citilites 1 W. Second St., 222-0623 Special Urban Nights drink deals will be offered at this bar and restaurant
in the Schuster Center Wintergarden.
68 Coco’s Bistro 515 Wayne Ave., 228-2626 Check out the new spring/summer menu and enjoy live music. The
patio will be open (weather permitting). $5 glasses of wine and martinis. Free dessert with dinner purchase.
69 Cold Beer and Cheeseburgers 33 S. Jefferson St., 222-2337 Featuring jazz, along with a full bar, 50 beer
choices, appetizers, burgers, salads, wraps and dinners.
70 The Dayton Woman’s Club 225 N. Ludlow St., 228-1124 Tour this private club in an elegant Victorian
mansion and enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres, beverages and a cash bar.
Special Events, continued
CS SCANvenger Hunt throughout downtown - Don’t miss Comtactics’
SCANvenger Hunt! Several downtown businesses will have QR codes on display at
the
their establishments. Smartphone users are encouraged to go to participating businesses and scan
QR code on
search for special 2d SCANvenger Hunt codes. Scan the QR codes, answer a question and you the next page
to start the hunt!
will automatically be entered into drawings for giveaways throughout the evening!
K Sideshow VI at Garden Station and nearby Yellow Cab Co. Building – The Sideshow is an annual event
presented by the Dayton Circus Creative Collective. For two nights, The Sideshow will connect many genres of
art, from music to installation to performance, showcasing many artists, both new and established, from many
diverse backgrounds. This is a community event put together by participating artists, as well as the public, in an
effort to connect with an already varied art scene.
L FilmDayton Projected onto the southwest side of the Dayton Convention
Center; view the projection from the Jefferson and Fifth street area –
Multidisciplinary artist and owner of Seattle-based The New Device, Rod Hatfield, a
Springfield native, has custom mixed a montage of silent films starring Lillian Gish, also a Springfield native.
Recording artist The Show will provide a live soundtrack to the projection, which also will include a sneak peek of
movies that will be shown during the FilmDayton Festival May 20-21.
CS Yellow Bikes Program Launch – The nonprofit Life Enrichment Center rolls out its new Yellow Bike
program during Urban Nights. Stop by Courthouse Square to grab one of 50 brightly painted yellow bikes, which
will be available for free public use throughout downtown starting May 13. Ride to your destination and leave the
yellow bike for the next person to use.
Artistic Additions & Roving Entertainment
Throughout Downtown – A bit surprising, but a lot of fun! Tipping is encouraged. Some of the participating
artists include jugglers, break dancers, strolling musicians and many more!
Check out the Wright-Dunbar Business Village!
Celebrate Dayton’s rich cultural legacy at multiple locations in historic Wright-Dunbar along West Third Street,
between Broadway and Williams streets.
• Don’t miss the Grillin’ and Chillin’ Café Tent for music, dancing, spirits and more.
• Stop in the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, the Wright Bros. Bicycle Shop or Paradise Lounge & Stage,
visit business open houses, experience art, poetry and more!
interact
Interactive Activities
i1 Paint the Street – Help students from Stivers School for the Arts’ painting
i2
i3
D
department transform Second Street in front of the Schuster Performing Arts Center
between Main and Ludlow streets into a giant mural. Students will create a huge paint-by-numbers style template
on the street that the public can help complete, using environmentally friendly liquid chalk, from 5-10 p.m.
Photo Booth – Stop by the FREE open-air photo booth on Second Street between Main & Ludlow to have
your photo taken for a lasting memory of the excitement of Urban Nights. 5:30-9:30 p.m.
Jelly Bean Art – Everyone is invited to Second Street between Main & Ludlow to help create a piece of
whimsical art using jelly beans!
Karaoke – From 7-10 p.m., the Community Stage at the corner of Third and Jefferson streets will host open-air,
open call karaoke! Sign up to sing your favorite song to the crowd, or just watch others do their thing!
The Dropbacks – Toss and catch with The Dropbacks, a professional comedic juggling duo born and raised in
Beavercreek. The duo will be roaming throughout Urban Nights locations from 5-10 p.m.
enjoy
Eclectic Art
1 5th st. clayworx 521 E. Fifth St., 222-2680 Offering a wide variety of functional pottery, beads and such
paper art as hanging cranes.
2 Atta Girl Art and Gardens Complex 811-905 E. Third St., 672-0704 See what the buzz is about at this
multi-unit arts complex, where artists’ studios will be open and demos will take place. Tour the facility and see the
new home of renowned local artisans Hamilton Dixon, Shon Walters and the Zoot Theatre Co. 15% off Hamilton
Dixon’s available work.
3 Blue Sky Project [former Roly Poly space and KeyBank Tower] Courthouse Square, 732-5123
Kick-off for the 2011 Blue Sky Project, including “Reflections of Blue Sky,” work from past resident artists and youth
participants.
4 Cachet G! International Boutique and Gallery 133 E. Third St., 461-2665 Paula J. Scott will exhibit
work from a variety of her favorite mediums, including painting, chalk and pencil drawings, and scratch board.
5 Cannery Art & Design Center 434 E. Third St., 313-9883 More than 800 pieces of art, including pottery,
jewelry, painting, photography, furniture and sculpture, along with live music, poetry readings, food and drink. 15%
off work by all participating artists.
6 Color 2 Gallery 519 E. Fifth St., 266-3491 Featuring new works by the Confluence art group.
7 Color of Energy Gallery 16 Brown St., 266-3491 Displaying the acrylic steel paintings of Mike Elsass and
the work of artists from the Confluence group.
8 Community Art Gallery 1139 W. Third St., 443-0249 Fine art juried exhibition.
9 Dayton Art Institute 456 Belmonte Park North, 223-5277 Free admission to the special exhibition
“Creating the New Century,” free eye makeovers by Sephora, a hip-hop dance demo by the Neverquit Dance Crew
(6:15 p.m.), live music, poetry readings, button making, guided tours and a cash bar.
10 Dayton Cultural and RTA Transit Center 40 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd., 333-2489 “Fridays after 5ive”
event, including an art exhibit (5-6 p.m.), live jazz and vocalists, poetry, light refreshments, and more. Art exhibit is
free. $6 admission for show.
11 Dayton Visual Arts Center 118 N. Jefferson St., 224-3822 Gallery art exhibits “Domestic Mediations 1:
Maura Schaffer” and “Domestic Mediations 2: Deborah Barr.”
12 Elaine Balsley Fine Art 523 E. Fifth St., 222-2680 Original art, notecards, framed prints and “Pandora” style
old-fashioned costume jewelry. 10% off artwork (jewelry excluded).
13 Gallery 510 Fine Art 510 E. Fifth St., 672-6717 An exhibit of new work by gallery owner Loretta Puncer
titled “Woven Paint.”
14 Gallery at Fifth Third Center 1 S. Main St., 228-2224 Photography exhibit, “West Africa,” by Gary Phillips.
15 Greater Dayton’s Favorite Architecture Photography Competition 8 N. Main St., 291-1913
Gallery exhibition of photo competition entries. Winners announced around 7 p.m. See all entries and vote for the
People’s Choice award. Sponsored by AIA Dayton.
16 H. David Clay Studio & Gallery 33 S. St. Clair St., 424-5452 Hand-crafted stoneware and Raku pottery by
proprietor H. David Kirchner, including both decorative and functional pieces.
17 Jimmy Modern 605 E. Fifth St., 520-3782 An exhibit of work by 30 local artists.
71 De’Lish 139 N. Main St., 461-2233 Live food demonstrations from celebrity chef Mark Brown and free face
painting for kids. $5 specialty Urban Nights drinks, 20% off all entrees, plus other food and drink specials.
72 The Deli and Top of the Market 32 Webster St., 228-8646 Great music, cocktails and meals. Free nonalcoholic beverage with purchase of dinner and free parking.
73 The Dublin Pub 300 Wayne Ave., 224-7822 This traditional Irish pub will feature live music by Blind Karma
with no cover charge, plus 20% off food.
74 Feathers Vintage Clothing 440 E. Fifth St. , 228-2940 Vintage clothing and accessories, antiques, jewelry,
records, furniture and other vintage items from the 1930s through the 1980s. Free gift with purchase.
75 The Flying Pizza 223 N. Main St., 222-8031 New York-style pizza by the slice or whole pie, calzones and
more. 10% off.
76 Franco’s Ristorante & La Taverna 824 E. Fifth St., 222-0204 Enjoy a taste of Italy with cuisine made
from owner Franco’s family recipes.
77 George Newcom’s Tavern 418 E. Fifth St., 223-2470 A full-service bar with a DJ and dance floor.
78 Gilly’s 132 S. Jefferson St., 228-8414 8 p.m. performance by Captains of Industry. Tickets are $5.
79 Glenn Scott’s Tattoo Team 452 E. Fifth St., 586-0227 Stop in for a piercing or tattoo work of any style.
80 Goodwill 501 E. Fifth St., 228-4737 Receive $5 off purchases of $15 or more (some items excluded). Discount
is good all day on May 13.
81 International Food Court 44 W. Third St., 222-2177 Enjoy authentic international and local cuisine. 10%
off. Free dessert with entrée purchase.
82 J-Alan’s 121 N. Ludlow St., 222-4811 A wide variety of cocktails and beers. Live music by Magic Jackson. $1
off all drinks until 10 p.m. No cover charge until 9 p.m.
83 Jay’s Seafood Restaurant 225 E. Sixth St., 222-2892 Fresh seafood and fine wines. Live music by Puzzle
of Light from 9 p.m. til midnight. No cover charge. Mention Urban Nights for 15% off food.
84 Las Americas Caribbean Cuisine 524 E. Fifth St., 266-3086 Authentic Puerto Rican and traditional
American cuisine. Live music from Herb Beck, who plays easy listening and Jimmy Buffett tunes. Free dessert with
entrée purchase.
84 Lucky’s Taproom & Eatery 520 E. Fifth St., 222-6800 Tapping a firkin of Heavy Seas Über Abbey Belgian
Ale and offering a steak dinner special with steak and vegan kabobs.
85 Marilyn’s Bar & Grill 130 W. Second St., 674-8186 Drill team demonstration by the Dayton Enon Cadets,
live jazz ensembles, door prizes and raffles, food samples and more. 35% off entrees and appetizers.
86 Mind Body & Soul Center 1141 W. Third Street, 443-0249 Browse health, art and travel tables, enter
raffles, and view exhibits.
87 Ned Pepper’s 419 E. Fifth St., 223-8397 Enjoy pool tables, dart machines, cornhole and a DJ at 9 p.m.
88 The Ohio Coffee Co. 46 W. Fifth St., 228-5282 This cozy and eclectic coffee house serves organic teas, coffee
from a variety of roasters and fresh soups and sandwiches. $3 Big Lebowski Mocha during Urban Nights.
89 Omega Music 318 E. Fifth St., 275-9949 Shop for records and more while enjoying live music starting at
5 p.m. by Matt Hobbs, The Legend of Flannel Bear, Wes Tirey and Henrique Couto.
90 Oregon Express 336 E. Fifth St., 223-9205 Live music from Linda Prevo & the South Side Slackers (5-8 p.m.)
and The Eric Jerardi Band (9:30 p.m.). Half off gourmet pizzas from 4-8 p.m.
91 Pantorium Cleaners 120 W. Second St., 222-5322 Urban Nights party with special entertainment. Pick up
coupons for 25% off dry cleaning and laundry services.
18 K12 Gallery for Young People and TEJAS 510 E. Third St., 461-5149 Paintings by Rebecca Sargent in
K12’s TEJAS studio, artwork by student Ryan Mescher and students from St. Christopher School in Vandalia and Dixie
Elementary in K12’s elementary studio, and the exhibit “Batiks of the Bible,” featuring work created as part of K12’s
artist in residence program in Dayton’s urban Catholic schools.
19 Lincoln Society of Dayton Main St. between Courthouse Square & Second, 297-9993 Have your
picture taken with Abraham Lincoln ($1) and learn about President Lincoln’s historical ties to downtown Dayton.
20 Miami Valley Lampwork Bead Artists Corner of Second and Jefferson, Kettering Tower Lobby,
470-6895 Shop an artisan jewelry trunk show from 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
21 Press 257 Wayne Ave., 231-7107 Enjoy a fresh cup of coffee, tea or an espresso beverage while viewing a solo
show of pottery by Kevin Tunstall.
22 Sinclair Community College Art Galleries West Fifth Street at Perry, fourth floor, Building 13,
512-2253 Annual Juried Fine Art Student Exhibition, featuring more than 100 paintings, drawings, prints, photos,
sculptures and other works by Sinclair Community College Fine Art students.
23 The Southern Belle 134 N. Patterson Blvd., 461-4536 Urban Nights Art Show, featuring the work of 13
artists, plus craft vendors selling handmade goods.
24 W.B. Davis Studio & EbonNia Art Gallery 1135 W. Third St., 223-2290 Art exhibit and studio sale.
imagine
Stylish
Urban Living
Tours
sponsored by
25 The Cannery Lofts 500 E. Third St., 222-3060 Tour a loft apartment at this luxury urban living option
above downtown retail space.
26 First Place 330 W. First St., 226-1630 View all building amenities, including the pool, sundeck, fitness
room, and a 10th floor model unit. Light snacks served. Application fee waived during Urban Nights.
27 Kamela & Company Realty presents Art & Architecture 139 Jackson St., 974-2494
Showcasing art by Stivers School for the Arts students and other local artists in a completely renovated historic
Oregon Arts District mansion recently offered for sale.
28 The Landing 115 W. Monument Ave., 228-0062 Two luxury apartment floorplans will be available for
tours.
29 Litehouse Canal Block Development 131 N. Patterson Blvd., 223-8234 Tour this green urban
living option, the first of its kind in the Dayton area, from 5-9 p.m. 124 Canal Boat Ct. will also be open from
5-9 p.m. (entrance on back side of facility).
30 Patterson Square Townhouses NW corner of First and Patterson, 604-3383 Learn more about
downtown’s newest housing development at the site where it soon will be built.
31 St. Clair Lofts 355 St. Clair St., 222-9750 Units will be open for self-guided tours and light snacks will be
offered.
Budweiser Select on
Courthouse Square
92 Pulse Nite Club 613 E. Fifth St., 222-7721 Check out downtown’s newest dance club, featuring spectacular
visual effects, a large bar, dance floor, lounge area and more, playing Top 40 hits and dance music.
93 ReCreate 438 E. Fifth St., 938-8181 Live music and painting outside this instrument store with artwork from
local painters, photographers and sculptors. Sale on all stringed instruments, plus sale prices on most store items.
94 SideBar 410 E. Fifth St., 723-9415 Hand-crafted cocktails and small plate tapas with a Mediterranean and
South American influence. Mention Urban Nights for 15% off food.
95 Smokin’ Bar-B-Que 200 E. Fifth St., 586-9790 Authentic Texas barbeque and homemade sides in the
historic 1941 White Tower diner. Show Urban Nights program when placing order for 10% off.
96 Smokin’ Joes Restaurant Located in Wright-Dunbar Serving soul food and more.
97 Spaghetti Warehouse 36 W. Fifth St., 461-3913 Hearty, made-from-scratch Italian food in a casual
atmosphere.
Square One Salon and Spa 506 E. Third St., 461-2222 While the salon will not be open for Urban Nights,
be on the lookout for Square One employees handing out reusable bags filled with gift certificates and goodies from
the salon.
98 The Stage Door 44 N. Jefferson St., 304-7412 Live music from The Reverend Blues Band. No cover charge
from 5-10 p.m.
99 Take a Break 4 S. Main St., Suite J, 586-0460 The convenience/concession store at Wright Stop Plaza will be
open until 11 p.m., serving ice cream and Slushie products. Buy one, get one half off.
100 Thai 9 11 Brown St., 222-3227 Thai restaurant with Japanese-style sushi and a full bar. 15% off food.
101 Therapy Café 452 E. Third St., 461-4000 Art exhibit, Zumba at 7 p.m., live music by Premium Blend at 9 p.m.,
$5 Artisans Café pizzas and $5 hookahs.
102 Tiffiny’s Wine & Karaoke Star Search Bar 1120 W. Third St., 443-0249 Enjoy star search competitions,
wine and more.
103 The Trolley Stop 530 E. Fifth St., 461-1101 Casual neighborhood tavern with fresh homemade food and
craft beer selection. Urban Nights party with live music by Funky G. 10% off food.
104 Tumbleweed Connection 454 E. Fifth St., 228-5500 Laid-back Oregon Arts District saloon. 10% off cover
charge.
105 Uno Chicago Grill 126 N. Main St., 910-8000 Chicago-style eatery and bar with a broad menu, casual
atmosphere and patio. 10% off food.
106 Valeria’s Beauty Center and Day Spa / Bonito 21 W. First St., 222-8551 Full-service hair salon and
spa with retail hair and beauty products, massages, manicures and more. Special prices on services. 10% off hair
products. Free designer haircut with selected service. Explore Bonito, the new lobby shop at Valeria’s, featuring
necklace sets, rings, bracelets, watches, purses, earrings, scarves, shawls, pashminas, hats, T-shirts, books and more.
10-50% off selected merchandise.
107 White Lotus 327 E. Third St., 222-7030 Café and diner offering Thai and American food, all-day breakfast and
Yummy Burger. 10% off.
108 Wiley’s Comedy Niteclub 101 Pine St., 224-5653 See comedian “Uncle Dow”Thomas at 9 p.m. $10.
109 The Wine Gallery 5 W. Monument Ave., 224-9463 Live music and local art display, plus pouring 50 wines
by the glass with 10 house wines for $4 each. 15% off appetizers.
110 Wright Dunbar Inc.’s Grillin’ & Chillin’ Tent West Third Street, 443-0249 Music, dancing, spirits, and
lots of grillin’ and chillin’.
111 Ziks Family Pharmacy 1120 W. Third St., 278-9457 Visit the pharmacy table in the Mind Body & Soul
Center.
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Stylish
Urban
Living
Live Arts Courthouse Square
Performances A Main Stage on Courthouse
Square
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Artistic
Satellite Stages
Extras
B Spotlight on Sinclair
25 The Cannery Lofts
26 First Place
27 Kamela & Company Realty
presents Art & Architecture
28 The Landing
29 Litehouse Canal Block
Development
30 Patterson Square Townhouses
31 St. Clair Lofts
Interactive
Activities
Special Events
Activated Spaces: Street Level Art
Competition
H1 The Biltmore
H2 Main Street Garage
H3 124 N. Jefferson
H4 100 E. Third St.
H5 113 E. Third St.
H6 146 E. Third St.
H7 110 W. Fifth St.
H8 Talbot Tower
H9 St. Clair Lofts
H10 401 E. Fifth St.
C Live on Five
D Community Stage
experience
5th st. clayworx
Atta Girl Art and Gardens Complex
Blue Sky Project
Cachet G! International Boutique and Gallery
Cannery Art & Design Center
Color 2 Gallery
Color of Energy Gallery
Community Art Gallery
Dayton Art Institute
Dayton Cultural and RTA Transit Center
Dayton Visual Arts Center
Elaine Balsley Fine Art
Gallery 510 Fine Art
Gallery at Fifth Third Center
Greater Dayton’s Favorite Architecture
Photography Competition
H. David Clay Studio & Gallery
Jimmy Modern
K12 Gallery for Young People and TEJAS
Lincoln Society of Dayton
Miami Valley Lampwork Bead Artists
Press
Sinclair Community College Art Galleries
The Southern Belle
W.B. Davis Studio & EbonNia Art Gallery
imagine
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interact
enjoy
Eclectic
Art
i1 Paint the Street
i2 Photo Booth
i3 Jelly Bean Art
E Wright-Dunbar Stage
F RiverScape MetroPark Stage
G NEW! Community Church Stage
J Urban Bikes @Urban Nights
CS SCANvenger Hunt
D Karaoke
K Sideshow VI
The Dropbacks
L FilmDayton
CS Yellow Bikes Program Launch
downtown dayton
Scan this QR code with your
smartphone, and join the hunt!
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Green St.
Washington
St.& Stage
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Practice Yoga
Real Art Design Group
Schuster Performing Arts Center
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran
Church
Urban Krag Climbing Center
Victoria Theatre
The Victory Project
Westminster Presbyterian Church
The Wright Brothers Bicycle Shop
Wright-Dunbar Inc. Information
Tent
YMCA
Dining,
Nightlife
& Retail
discover
explore
Creative
Spaces
32 The Arcade
33 Celebrations Room
34 Dayton Aviation Heritage
National Historical Park
35 Dayton International Peace
Museum
36 Dayton Metro Library
37 Derailed: A Hair Salon
38 Drake’s Downtown Gym: Home
of Jab City Boxing
39 en-Masse
40 Graffiti’s Hair Salon
41 Levin Porter Architects
42 The Little Hearts School House
& Learning Center
43 My Father’s House Childcare
and Learning Center
44 The Neon
45 Noah’s Ark Lutheran Preschool
46 The Old Courthouse
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5th Street Wine & Deli
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The 88 Club
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All Tune & Lube
81
Bingers Bar
82
Blind Bob’s
83
Bonnett’s Book Store
84
Boston Stoker
84
Boulevard Haus
85
Citilites
86
Coco’s Bistro
Cold Beer and Cheeseburgers 87
88
The Dayton Woman’s Club
89
De’Lish
The Deli and Top of the Market 90
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The Dublin Pub
92
Feathers Vintage Clothing
93
The Flying Pizza
Franco’s Ristorante & La Taverna 94
95
George Newcom’s Tavern
73 76
Jackson St.
Green St.
Downtown/Oregon Arts District Trolley
Franklin St.
with stops
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Tecumseh St.
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Main St.
along Third St., downtown
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with stops
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5-10 p.m., with the last loop starting at 9:30 p.m.
Wright-Dunbar/E. Third St. Trolley
Dayton
Convention
Center
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Brown St.
urban nights trolley service
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Sears St.
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Madison St.
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Come to the
Urban Nights
info tent on
Courthouse
Square!
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Monument Ave.
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Gilly’s
JonesScott’s
St. Tattoo Team
Glenn
Goodwill
International Food Court
J-Alan’s
Jay’s Seafood Restaurant
Las Americas Caribbean Cuisine
Lucky’s Taproom & Eatery
Marilyn’s Bar & Grill
Mind Body & Soul Center
Ned Pepper’s
The Ohio Coffee Co.
Omega Music
Oregon Express
Pantorium Cleaners
Pulse Nite Club
ReCreate
SideBar
Smokin’ Bar-B-Que
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Smokin’ Joes Restaurant
Spaghetti Warehouse
Square One Salon and Spa
The Stage Door
Take a Break
Thai 9
Therapy Café
Tiffiny’s Wine & Karaoke Bar
The Trolley Stop
Tumbleweed Connection
Uno Chicago Grill
Valeria’s Beauty Center
and Day Spa / Bonito
White Lotus
Wiley’s Comedy Niteclub
The Wine Gallery
Wright Dunbar Inc.’s
Grillin’ & Chillin’ Tent
Ziks Family Pharmacy
start at the info table on courthouse square, then explore the 110+ places and spaces participating
throughout downtown, the oregon arts district and the wright-dunbar business village
presented by:
additional
sponsors:
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ARTS / DINING / MUSIC / HOUSING / INTERACTIVE
MAY 2011 event Program & map
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Urban Nights
FREE: Oregon Arts
District Lot
(On East Fifth Street, next to
Omega Music and Thai 9)
Parking Specials
$3.00: Westminster
$3.00: City Hall Garage And remember, parking
Presbyterian Church Lot, 123 W. Third St.,
meters are free after
Parking is available in the
$3 Parking after 5 p.m.
6 p.m.!
lot directly across from the
Thanks to all our parking partners for offering
front doors of the church on
these special rates!
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Entertainment
Schedule
A Main Stage Entertainment
Courthouse Square
Sponsored by
5-5:20 p.m. - Schuster Children’s Choir
5:25-5:50 p.m. - Schuster Celebrations Choir
5:55-6:25 p.m. - Steve Langemo & Joni Williamson (jazz duo)
6:30-7 p.m. - Jasper the Colossal (local indie rock band)
7-7:25 p.m. - Easycreek (Southern rock)
7:30-7:55 p.m. - Circle Nerdz (break dancers)
8-10 p.m. - This Side Up (local cover band)
Satellite Stages
B Spotlight on Sinclair
Second and Jefferson by the Kettering Tower
Sponsored by
5:30-5:50 p.m. - Sinclair Chamber Choir
6-6:20 p.m. - Sinclair Singer Show Ensemble
6:30-6:50 p.m. - Sinclair “Classical Cafe”
7-7:30 p.m. - Men’s & Women’s Ensembles
7:30-8 p.m. - Sinclair Chorale
8-8:30 p.m. - Sinclair Gospel Ensemble
8:30-9 p.m. - Sinclair Singers
9-10 p.m. - Sinclair Gospel Ensemble
C Live on Five
In the Oregon Arts District, next to
T he Trolley Stop
7-8 p.m. - Ryan Judy
8-9 p.m. - Chapter III
9-10 p.m. - Encore Theater Company
Summer Season Launch Party
D The Community Stage
Corner of Third and Jefferson Streets
Special thanks to Harvey Lehrner,
owner of Don’s Pawn Shop
5-7 p.m. - 10-minute performances of all
kinds by Dayton Originals
7-10 p.m. - Karaoke
E Wright-Dunbar Stage
Southwest corner of Third and Williams
6-7 p.m. - Doug Toles & Witnesses for Christ
Chorale
7-8 p.m. - Big Gil’s Blues & The Funky All
Stars Band
8-9 p.m. - D Funk R&B Band
F MetroParks Pavilion at
RiverScape MetroPark
5-5:15 p.m. - Neverquit Dance Crew and
Studio 4
5:20-5:40 p.m. - Fusion Dance Crew
5:45-6:15 p.m. - 4 Universal Elementz
6:30-8 p.m. - Deron Bell Band
8:30-10 p.m. - Son del Caribe
G Community Church Stage
ilkinson Street between First and Second
W
Special thanks to Westminster
Presbyterian Church
6-6:30 p.m. - Emmanuel Catholic Church
Instrumental Ensemble
6:40-7 p.m. - Alvin Brooks
7:10-7:30 p.m. - TBA
8-10 p.m. - Keith Yoder (nationally known
multi-instrumentalist)

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