Ohio’s largest Mud Volleyball event, attracting over 260 co-ed teams of up to ten players each. Play in the competitive or non-competitive tournament. Any skill level can participate in the fun. If you can’t play, you are still invited to come and watch – $5 donations will be accepted at the gate.
Free One Mile Fun Walk starts at 6pm. 5k Run starts at 6:30pm. This is an accurate 5K flat course along the scenic Great Miami River Recreation Trail. Awards presented to the top three places in each 5k Run age division, and top three overall in each category.
Enjoy a 1 hour slow-flow yoga practice immersed in halo therapy. For centuries, monks used naturally-occurring salt caverns to treat respiratory ailments. Today, manmade Saltrooms recreate salt caverns, with one huge improvement over nature: in a Halotherapy room, a salt vaporizer pumps dry aerosol salt vapor into the air, so you can breathe it deep into your lungs. This unique practice will leave you feeling refreshed. Bring your own mat and props or feel the salt beneath your feet and practice without. It is truly a one-of-a-kind experience.
Join the physicians and staff of Dayton Gastroenterology for the Eighth Annual “No Buts About It 5K Run/Walk and Wellness Fair for Colon Cancer Awareness” on Saturday, March 21, 2015. This fun family-friendly Run/Walk begins and ends at The Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek, 2727 Fairfield Commons. The event has exceeded 1,000 participants in the past and this year will be bigger and better than ever!
Four Person Scramble - Kick off the golf season with green grass and green beer! 1:00 p.m. - Shotgun Start - 18-Holes - Golf Car - Practice Balls - Reuben Sandwich Platter Awards - Registration Deadline – Monday - March 9th
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.
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.
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!
“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.”
This movement celebrates the energy, passion, & power women have to band together & wipe out heart disease.