Dayton Free Events | November 12-13

Here are some Free Events and Activities for the entire family to enjoy in the Dayton Area!

Saturday, November 12

Lowe's Build and Grow: Science Lab @ 10am-12pm

Bring the Kids out to build their own science experiment lab with test tubes. It includes experiment cards that you can do at home.  You will need to register your child at your local Lowe's store to ensure their spot.

Each participant will receive goggles, apron, project themed patch and certificate of merit upon completion.

Michael's: Button Ring @10am-11am

Make a button ring with a purchase of a button.  It is while supplies last and recommended for kids ages 14 and up.

Michael's: Wilton Gingerbread House Demonstration @1pm-3pm

Learn techniques to build a successful Gingerbread House.  This is always fun for the family to do together around the holidays.  My loves eating the house on Christmas Day!

Possum Creek MetroPark: Ohio's First [email protected]

Learn from Andy Sawyer from Sunwatch on how the early settlers and American Indians farmed long ago.  You will be able to see and try some of the tools from long ago.  They will get to do a craft, too! This event is recommended for ages 5-13 years old You can register at 937-276-7062 or online.  Walk-ins Welcome.

Sunday, November 13

Twin Creek MetroPark: Exploring Carlisle Fort: A Hopewell Enclosure Site @1pm-3:30pm

Come out and explore Carlisle Fort, which was created about 2000 years ago.  You will have a guided tour and see some archeological finds and walk some difficult trails.  You may want to bring hiking sticks.  This is for all ages.  My kids love adventures and would love to see a real life fort!

Michael's: Clay Pot Event @1pm-2pm

This is a free event but you will need to purchase the clay pot. It looks like the kids will be creating animals with the pot from the pictures. It is while supplies last and recommended for kids ages 3 and up.

For More Free Events, Check out the Dayton Savings Calendar!

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