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Rediscover Downtown Events!
As we begin to safely resume gathering and rediscovering all the great things downtown has to offer, we’re especially excited to get back to all the fun events we’ve missed so much!
There’s always something fun going on downtown! Below you’ll find a list of events scheduled for today. Use the filters at the top to find events by date, keyword, and more. You can also view the calendar by month or as a list of 20 events at a time.
Have an event to submit to our calendar? If it is located downtown (within our service area) and open to the public, it’s likely we’ll include it. Send us your event info using our event submission form.
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Dayton Metro Library will host a series of free legal clinics at the Main Library on Fridays throughout the year, with the first clinic, Driver’s License Reinstatement, being held on Friday, January 28, from 1-5 pm. The clinics are for community members who have questions about record sealing and driver’s license reinstatement, and volunteers will be on hand to answer questions.
According to Jacqueline Gazda, Information Services Librarian at the Main Library, “Such clinics at the Library can be useful because the court system can be confusing. The Library offers a comfortable and familiar space for patrons to get help with pressing questions they have.”
The Driver’s License Reinstatement Clinic will then be held again on May 20 and September 30, 2022, with Record Sealing Legal Help Clinics being held on March 25, July 29, and November 18, 2022.
To attend the Driver’s License Reinstatement session on January 28, visit picktime.com/DMLLegalClinics to register and a select a time slot. Those interested in attending future sessions will be able to register via the Library’s online program calendar, DaytonMetroLibrary.org/Programs, at the beginning of each session’s designated month.
Volunteers from various outlets will be on hand at each clinic to offer assistance and answer questions. Those outlets include: the Dayton Municipal Court, the Montgomery County Office of Reentry, the Montgomery County Law Office of the Public Defender, the Kettering Municipal Court, the Montgomery Clerk of Courts, the Child Support Enforcement Agency, the Miami Valley Community Action Partnership, and the Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyer Project.
The Dayton Metro Library is currently requiring that patrons over the age of two wear a mask while attending indoor, in-person Library-sponsored programs. Masks will be available for patron use at the Ask Me Desk.
For additional information about the clinics or to register, please visit DaytonMetroLibrary.org/Programs or call the Ask Me Line at 937.463.2665.