Dayton Area Festivals – August/September



Fulton Farm’s Sweet Corn Festival
August 23-24 – Troy, OH

Clifton Gorge Music and Arts Festival
August 28-29 – Clifton, OH

AleFest Dayton
August 29 – Dave Hall Plaza, Downtown Dayton, OH

Hidden Valley Fruit Farm – The Grape Escape
August 29-30 – Lebanon, OH


The Fair at New Boston
September 5-6 – George Rogers Clark Park, Springfield, OH

Ohio Renaissance Festival
September 5-October 25 – Harveysburg, OH

Holiday at Home
September 6-7 – Shroyer Rd & Lincoln Park Blvd, Kettering, OH

Taste of Hudson
September 6-7 – Historic Downtown Hudson, OH

Italian Fall Festa
September 11-13 – Bella Villa Hall, Kettering, OH

Vandalia Oktoberfest
September 11-13 – Vandalia Sports Complex on Stonequarry Road, Vandalia, OH

Buttercream Festival
September 12 – 810 E. Dixie Drive, West Carrollton, OH

Cyclops Fest
September 12 – John Byran Center, Downtown Yellow Springs, OH

Beavercreek Popcorn Festival
September 12-13 – Dayton-Xenia Rd, Beavercreek, OH

Xenia Community Festival
September 18-19 – Shawnee Park, Xenia, OH

Taste of Troy
September 19 – Troy Ohio

Hidden Valley Fruit Farm – Apple Daze
September 19-20 – Lebanon, OH

Preble County Pork Festival
September 19-20 – Preble County Fairgrounds, Eaton, OH

The Dayton Art Institute Oktoberfest
September 25-27 – The Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH

Old Timers Days
September 25-27 – Greene County Fairgrounds, Xenia, OH

Tipp City Mum Festival
September 25-27 – Tipp City, OH

Country Applefest
September 26 – Warren County Fairgrounds, Lebanon, OH

Fort Ancient Bluegrass Festival
September 26 – Fort Ancient, Oregonia, OH

Aullwood’s Apple Fest
September 26-27 – Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm, Dayton, OH

Germantown Pretzel Festival
September 26-27 – Veterans Memorial Playground, Germantown, OH

Prairie Days, Greenville
September 26-27 – Shawnee Prairie Preserve, Greenville, OH

Pyramid Hill Art Fair
September 26-27 – Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum, Hamilton, OH

‘This is our next story…’ Hamilton, OH

Hamilton is in the midst of a resurgence and the news keeps getting better. After finishing Phase 1 of RiversEdge in September 2013, the project has just received funding to move forward with Phase 2 in the form of a $3.5 million donation.

RiversEdge currently features an amphitheater, overlook, and a section of the Great Miami River Trail. The next phase looks to add an interactive water feature, playground and additional sitting areas around the park.




ArtSpace Hamilton also recently revealed its renewed facade. The mixed-use artist housing and retail space began accepting lease applications in February and hopes to open its doors to the community some time in April.


The city also recently released the following video that interweaves the stories of Hamilton’s past, present and future.


Sibcy Cline Realtors Supports ArtsWave and Culture Works Arts Campaigns

Sibcy Cline Supports the Arts!

Music, dance, art, theater and museums – all of these various arts make our area a better place to live and keep our community vibrant. With easy access to the performing and visual arts in our area, we are lucky to have these remarkable gems located nearby.

Sibcy Cline Realtors® is committed to serving the real estate industry and every community in which it conducts business. This is paramount to holding a reputation of which it can be proud. We are pleased to be a long-time supporter of our local arts campaigns and recently raised $29,325 from the generous contributions by our agents and employees.

Cincinnati’s ArtsWave (formerly the Fine Arts Find) supports 150+ organizations locally. In Dayton, Culture Works supports many quality art experiences. In fact, the Dayton area has earned the distinction of being #1 in arts and culture among US mid-sized cities and one of the top 20 best cultural bargain cities.

In Cincinnati, $11 million was raised locally to support the arts across the region for 2011. The Dayton area has a goal to raise $1.65 million this year.