How YOU Can Help Make the Dayton Holiday Festival Happen

Mike Colvin Fast Facts

The Dayton Holiday Festival is quickly approaching and there are several ways you can make this year’s event a success. The Downtown Dayton Partnership is looking for the perfect tree to be the centerpiece of this annual downtown tradition. Appropriate trees should be 25-40 feet tall and easily accessible in a front or side yard. Colorado green spruce or blue spruce trees are preferred, but other grand and stately evergreens will be considered. Nominations can be submitted now through October by calling the Downtown Dayton Partnership at 937-224-1518.

Applications are also now open for the Gingerbread Homes for the Holidays contest. Bakers of all ages and skill levels are encouraged to submit their ideas for consideration. Up to 20 will be selected to bring their gingerbread idea to life and display a finished creation at the Dayton Holiday Festival kickoff event on Friday, November 24. The top two winners of a public vote will receive $400 and $200 respectively.

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