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Angel Night is back at Calvary Cemetery

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DAYTON — Last year¹s Evening of Song and Celebration is back by popular demand, this time in partnership with Carillon Park, and bigger and better than ever! 

On Nov. 29 from 5:30 to 9:00 p.m., you¹ll have the opportunity to view 15 illuminated Victorian era angels on a tour by horse drawn carriages and Wright Flyer Trolleys. Listen to holiday music from local groups, including the CJ High School Choir and Glee Club, Dr. Ritter Werner and others in historic St Henry¹s Memorial Chapel. Frost Christmas cookies, enjoy hot chocolate and other goodies, and bask in the atmosphere of the beautifully decorated cemetery and Carillon Park. This event is definitely family friendly. Carillon Park will feature local artists with plenty of hand craftedgifts to buy, as well as the Museum Shop full of Dayton history books, toys, games, tee shirts and more.

The event is free to the public. Parking, which is exclusively at the Carillon this year, is $5 per car.For more information, call Rick Meade at 293-1221.

 

 

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