2016 Classics on the Lawn!
Classic Cars to Grace Historical Society Grounds
On Sunday, August 21st, The Oakwood Historical Society will host its 6th annual “Classics on the Lawn” Car Show and Open House from noon to 4:00 PM at The Long-Romspert Homestead House Museum, 1947 Far Hills Ave. in Oakwood.
Under the tall trees of “The Homestead”, the grounds will be adorned with many of the Dayton area’s finest and most colorful classic, restored, special interest and exotic automobiles from museums, car clubs, collectors and private owners. Along with the cars, the house will be open for touring. Photography is encouraged and highly recommended!
This event is free and open to the public. A buffet-style lunch by Oakwood’s own Central Perc European Café will be available at a nominal fee.
Due to limited parking, guests are encouraged to park on side streets or enjoy a summer afternoon’s walk or bike ride to “The Homestead”.
Come and enjoy the fabulous cars, great food and one of Oakwood’s oldest and finest historical homes.
2016 Far Hills Speaker Series
Representatives of the Ohio's Great Corridor Association: Leslie King, UD Rivers Institute and Amy Dingle, Five Rivers MetroParks
Sunday, Sep. 11, 2 p.m.
Wright Memorial Public Library
1776 Far Hills Ave.
Come learn about how the Dayton region is turning back to the river, embracing its history and cultural heritage, and looking toward our future as a river city. Communities along the Great Miami River have been activating their downtown riverfronts in a strategic and collaborative. Ohio’s Great Corridor Association was formed as a way to further leverage the river as a tool for economic development, recreational tourism, and quality of life enhancements which attract the talent and creativity of young professionals and businesses. This session will inform and educate participants on some of the more recent successes and ways citizens of all ages can “get their feet wet”.
This program is free and open to the public.
Aug 21 - Classics on the Lawn - Our annual car show, noon to 4 p.m. It's bigger and better every year!
Sep 11 - Far Hills Speaker Series Looking Towards the Future of Dayton as a "River City" - Leslie King and Amy Dingle, Wright Memorial Public Library, 2 p.m.
See a list of blueprints rescued by the historical society. These will be made available at future events.
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1947 Far Hills Avenue | Oakwood, OH | 45419
Many photos throughout this website by Leah Konicki, 2014.