Active Living

Dodgeball Tournament Returns


The Department of Recreation and Youth Services invites adult teams of six to 10 players to compete in its third annual Adult Dodgeball Tournament on Saturday, March 21 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Greater Dayton Recreation Center.

Runners Plus Pub Run


The Runners Plus Pub Run Series is a free, casual group run that meets at a local Dayton brewery or pub once a month. We run for about five miles, though you can do more or less if you'd like, and then we try the local brewery's fare.

Let’s Have an EPIC City-Wide Snowball Fight


Wear red or blue. Park in the parking lot, or along N. Bend Blvd. If you are wearing red, meet left of the stage (if you're facing the stage). If you are wearing blue, meet on the right. If you are epic and cool, show up early and help your team build fortifications and prepare ammo!

Bravo’s Chopped Host Named AIDS Walk Chair


“I am delighted to be named Honorary Chair of AIDS Walk Ohio and look forward to joining the fight against HIV/AIDS in Ohio,” said Mr. Allen. “We need to continue to strive to ensure that people with HIV have access to treatment and services so they can live long, healthy lives. We also need to remain vigilant in working to prevent new HIV infections here in Ohio and across the U.S.”

The Greene Goes Red 2015/ AHA Run


This movement celebrates the energy, passion, & power women have to band together & wipe out heart disease.

Register Now For Hoopla Four Miler


A four-mile course starting and finishing from the University of Dayton’s River Campus. The course provides great views of historic Dayton landmarks.

The Adventure Speaker Series For February


The Adventure Speaker Series is a partnership between Five Rivers MetroParks and Wright State University. There will be thrilling stories of paddling, cycling, climbing, and backpacking that will be sure to inspire your next adventure.

Indoor Tennis Lessons Anyone?


Interested in learning tennis? Well now is a perfect chance to join some other beginners to learn the basics of tennis is a cheap, comfortable environment. Kettering Tennis Center and Quail Run Tennis Center are offering 6 weeks of tennis lessons for a total price of $29. Attendees can expect introductions to various tennis skills such as Serving, Forehand shots, Backhand shots, Net play and Overhead smashes! Maybe you or someone you know might be interested in starting tennis as a hobby? Maybe you are someone that used to play and needs a little nudge to start playing again? For less than $5 per lesson it is a great time to grab some friends and get off the couch, and onto the court!

Bowling For Babies


The Greene Community Health Foundation is “glowing” with excitement over an upcoming annual event for families looking for a little fun in January. The bowling lanes will come alive with glow-in-the-dark effects, exciting lights and music to support Greene County’s youngest residents! Families and local businesses are invited to register a team of up to 6 people of all ages. If registering less than 6 bowlers, participants may be placed on a lane with other bowlers. Registration is now open and families and local businesses are encouraged to take advantage of the Early Bird Rate of just … [Read more...]

Hike Your Way Through Every Dayton MetroPark!


The goal of the Dayton Hikers is to bring together those people who enjoy hiking and backpacking hiking.