It all began with a picture postcard entitled “Piece of the Palace” that brought back special memories.
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How to Go:
What: “An Anniversary for Peace,” a public celebration.
When: Noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 28
Where: Steps of the Old Courthouse, Downtown Dayton
Other related events:
- Peace Bike Ride, at 6 p.m. Riders are asked to meet at the Peace on Fifth shop, 508 E. Fifth, in Dayton’s Oregon District. Those who would like to participate in a short ride should contact London Coe, (937) 367-7215.
- Movie screening and reception, 6-8:30 p.m. at the Missing Peace Art Space, 234 Dutoit, Dayton. The film is “Pray the Devil Back to Hell,” billed as a “powerful film about of peace, hope and determination.”
Admission: All events are free and open to the public.
For more information: Email firstname.lastname@example.org and search Facebook: CELEBRATE PEACE
Sponsors: Piece of the Palace, MLK- Dayton, Inc., Missing Peace Art Space, Peace on Fifth, Jes McMillian Mosaics, Welker Studio, Classical 88.1 WDPR, 91.3 WYSO Public Radio, Linda Phillips Photography, Jon Wohlfert Videography
To see and hear Mojgan Samardar talking about the peace event, see mydaytondailynews.com
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