“Friday Nights” Kicks Off on May 23rd in Downtown Dayton, Oregon

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Friday nights in Dayton, Oregon are set to get a lot more exciting this summer, as the Dayton Community Development Association (DCDA) announces the launch of "Friday Nights". Every Friday between Memorial Day and Labor Day, Downtown Dayton will come alive with family-friendly activities in the town's historic square and local businesses will feature dining specials, cruise-ins, and more.


Dayton Friday Nights

Every Friday Night between Memorial Day and Labor Day between 5 pm and 9 pm, downtown Dayton will come alive as businesses and local vendors offer exciting summertime specials, live music and fun activities around the historic town square. Presented by the Dayton Community Development Association (DCDA) and the downtown business community, with support from the City of Dayton, the "Friday Nights" events will kick off on May 23rd with a classic car cruise-in, children’s activities and a family-friendly atmosphere.

Throughout the summer, local businesses will offer special activities to entertain locals and visitors alike. Classic cars and unique vehicles of all kinds will line Dayton's Fourth Street on Friday nights from 5 pm to 9 pm as Archie’s Ice Cream and Eatery hosts a free "cruise-in". Another local business, Dayton Electric & Lighting, will offer a free drop-in art activity and balloons for families with children from 5 pm to 8 pm in the historic town square, close to the playground.

Restaurants and businesses on Dayton's Ferry Street will offer specials and extended opening hours until at least 8 pm. Participating businesses at press time include Seufert Winery, The Barlow Room Restaurant & Bar, The Block House Cafe and Lupita’s Mexican Food.

For more information, visit the DCDA website at http://www.daytonoregon.org.

Performers and vendors interested in participating at Friday Nights in Downtown Dayton should call 971-241-2076 or email info(at)daytonoregon(dot)org for more information.

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Mary Czarnecki
The Barlow Room
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