Sept. 1 - Labor Day, the last holiday of the summer. Enjoy the day! Be safe.
The Greenville High School (GHS) class of 1953 will not meet this month for their monthly luncheon.
Sept. 5 – First Friday will again have free Theater on Third. (Movie begins at dusk.) Bring your chair or blanket, and enjoy the movie. Stores are open from 6-9 p.m. Enjoy meeting friends for shopping, coffee, snacks, etc.
Sept. 6 – The annual “50’s” Classic Car show Downtown Greenville from 6-9 p.m. Always a fun event. Entry fee is $10. Contact Dave Niley at 937-548-4517 or Kenny Erwin, 937-337-6701 for more information. There will be a live DJ with ’50s – ’60s music. There will be no parking on Broadway after 2 p.m. This event sponsors charities. such as The Shriner’s Children’s Hospital, The Cancer Association of Darke County and various other organizations. Have a fun evening.
Sept. 6 – Also today the St. Paul United Church of Christ, 129 W. Third St., off Broadway will be having a spaghetti supper from 4-7 p.m. during the Rolling 50’s Cruise-In. The menu consists of spaghetti, salad, bread-stick, drink, and homemade desserts are available. Adults $7 and $3 for Children under 12. Carry-out also available.
Sept. 10 – The Greenville High School (GHS) Class of 1950 will hold its monthly breakfast in the private dining room at the Brethren Retirement Community. All classmates and/or spouses are invited. Always a great breakfast. Please join us!
Sept. 11 – Today is Patriots Day. Fly your flag and honor those who serve. The GHS class of 1951 will meet for lunch at noon at the Asian Buffet, 521 Wagner Ave., Greenville.
Sept. 13 – The Darke County Center for the Arts (DCCA) Artists Series presents “The Annie Moses Band” at 8 p.m. These brothers and sisters have a sound of their own. They are also joined by their parents on vocals and piano. Their sounds will include a blend of classical, jazz, pop and country. A truly enjoyable evening of music, family style. Tickets are $25. Contact DCCA at 547-0908 for tickets and more information.
Sept. 19 – Runway and Rhythm Uniting for Charity from 7-10 p.m. at the Montage Cafe’. A fun evening including delicious hors d’oeurves, beer and wine selections, and fashions by Youniques. Also auction raffle items and live music by the Green De Villes. Tickets are $25. Tickets are pre-sale only. This event is limited, so call 547-1272 today. Proceeds from this event will assist the Darke County United Way for Darke County residents in their time of need. Presented by The Bootery, Century, Montage Cafe, Brumbaugh Construction, Youniques and Second National Bank. Also please bring non-perishable items for food pantry.
The Senior Scribes Scholarship Committee will meet At the Brethren Retirement Community. Contact a member for meeting time.
Also remembering today, our POW–MIA (Prisoners of War, Missing In Action.)
Sept. 21 – The Illumination Committee members are pleased to announce Britt, Nicole and Plumb will be joining Tenth Avenue North at the Darke County Fairgrounds for their eighth annual Illumination Festival. Tickets are available at Bread of Life Christian Book Store and Darke County Fairgrounds.
Sept. 22 – The first say of autumn.
Sept. 25 – The GHS Class of 1955 will hold its monthly luncheon at noon at the Eagles Lodge on Third Street in Greenville. For more information contact Georgianna at 548-2456.
Sept. 27 -A Day of Harvest sponsored by Main Street Greenville.
Lots of activities to “end out” September: The Farmers Market from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the Courthouse.
KitchenAid free cooking classes at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
Bill Booker’s Walking Tours: Broadway and Historic homes Sept. 3, 10, 17 and 24. The Greenville Union Cemetery, Sept. 5,12, 19, and 26. Tours begin at the Municipal Building at 5 p.m. There is no charge for the tours; however tips would be appreciated.
Deanna York of the Darke County Visitors Bureau will be opening at its new location, next to KitchenAid soon. A sneak peek at their new location will be in September and grand opening Oct. 3. This is much needed on Broadway as there are many visitors to our great city. Stop in and visit Deanna; the location is beautifully remodeled.
Have a great September, lots to do. Don’t forget kids going back to school. be careful and safe!