Photo by Heather K.
Stivers School for the Performing Arts
Photo by Alex P.
Attached is a picture Jennifer Mueller Garwood shared with me of her cottage on Dutoit St. Note the lovely porch...the house to the left of it that has recently been redone...and the house to the right of it with one shutter closed. Note also the brick street and cool lamp post on the road (why did we ever let those go?!). The child in the picture is Mr. Herman who lived in the house his whole life as some of you may know.
The brunch is scheduled for Sunday, May 22. It will be held on Fourth St. ( corner of Fourth and Henry). Mimosas will be served at 10:30 and brunch will begin at 11:00. There is no cost for this social, just bring a dish to share with your neighbors. This is a great opportunity to catch up with your neighbors and see whats been going on in the hill.
Flyers will be delivered this week. I hope to see everyone there.
Victorian nightgowns were traditionally long and floating with lots of fabric and lace or ruffles. Up until the Victorian era, there had been no concept of clothes meant only for bedtime. Both men and women slept in the shifts or shirts they wore as underwear during the day. The wealthy might change them more frequently, but they were still dual-purpose garments. In the 19th century, increased prosperity and a new interest in hygiene combined to make nightclothes a necessity for those who could afford it.
You are cordially invited to the opening reception for our exhibition Social Engagement Exile, Poster Art by Marlena Buczek Smith and Dialogue with Cuba: photographs by Ernesto Pichardo, capturing the essence of society and the beauty surrounding us.
When: May 6th (First Friday)
Where: 234 S. Dutoit St Dayton OH 45402
Time: 5 to 9 PM