OPEN* – RETAIL & SERVICES
CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE – SUPPORTING OUR BUSINESSES
- Coronavirus – Businesses Open’ Downtown
- Events Calendar
- Festivals & Signature Events
- 2020 Virtual Art in the City
- Summer in the City
- First Friday
- The Square Is Where
- Dayton Holiday Festival
- Arts & Culture
- Active Lifestyles
- Shopping & Services
- Accommodations & Meeting Venues
- Self-Guided Tours
OPEN* DOWNTOWN – Retail & Services
Businesses around our community, the state and the nation are creatively adapting to changes necessary for the health and safety of their workers and patrons. But, business is still OPEN* in downtown Dayton. Small businesses are the heart of our community, and we can all contribute to their success, as well as the livelihoods of employees in the service industry.
There are many ways our community can support local businesses. We’ve put together a list of downtown retail and service businesses that remain open in some way (see below).
You can also support your favorite shop by buying a gift card online today, and make future plans to visit. Several businesses have also started GoFundMe pages or other ways to donate, so please visit their websites and social media pages for info and consider helping if you are able.
Downtown businesses — and the thousands of workers who run them behind the scenes each day — depend on all of us. They have been hit hard over the past year, and new precautionary measures, while necessary, will be an enormous further strain. You can do your part by continuing to support them while they are OPEN*.
**Things are changing rapidly, and as such, the information presented here is subject to change. The list below represents our best understanding of the services downtown businesses currently are offering, and we will make every effort to keep up with changes, but we recommend confirming with each business directly.
If you own or operate a downtown business, please contact us with any changes to offerings or any incorrect information you see here. You can also visit our page of resources for businesses and employees for help getting through this crisis.
*Click on any business name to see details of offerings and other info.
Five Rivers MetroParks’ 2nd Street Market will reopen outdoors on a much smaller scale, so the public can buy fresh produce, meat and dairy from local farmers. The Market is located at 600 E. Second St. in downtown Dayton.
Until further notice, the Market will be open only on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., rain or shine. Shopping from 10 to 10:30 a.m. is reserved for vulnerable populations — those who have compromised immune systems and/or are age 65 and older.
Shoppers will need to plan ahead, as a number of precautions will be in place to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The outdoor-only Market can accommodate a limited number of vendors. Most vendors will be set up outdoors on the south side of the Market building. One dairy and one meat vendor will be set up outdoors on the northwest side of the building. The Market’s prepared food and artisan vendors have not yet reopened.
All shoppers must enter at the east end of the Market’s south parking lot and exit at the west end. A limited number of people will be allowed inside the shopping area at a time, so visitors may have to wait in line — while maintaining social distancing and wearing face coverings — before they can shop. Signage and volunteers will help guide shoppers.
The limited hours and other changes have been made to protect the health and safety of Market shoppers, vendors, staff and volunteers during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
Shoppers are asked to review an online Shoppers’ Oath before visiting the Market, which asks them to do such things as stay home if they’re sick or have been in contact with someone who’s sick. Other precautions and changes mean visitors should expect a shopping experience that’s very different from that of previous summers at the Market:
- Social distancing of at least six feet must be maintained at all times.
- Shoppers are asked to purchase their items and move along so that others may do the same, as well as to prepare a list to expedite shopping.
- Shoppers are asked to designate one person per household to visit the Market.
- Shoppers will not be allowed to touch products, but instead must ask vendors for what they’d like to buy.
- Shoppers cannot use their own bags.
- Dogs are not permitted other than service animals.
- Restrooms and water fountains are not available, and shoppers will not have access to the interior of the Market building.
In addition, all shoppers will be required to wear face coverings that cover their mouth and nose to protect the health and safety of the Market’s staff, vendors and volunteers, as well as their own health and safety. A vendor will be located at the entrance selling face coverings. Exceptions will be made only for those who cannot wear a face covering due to health conditions.
Those who would like to shop from local farmers but would prefer to do so online can access links to Market vendors’ websites and social media pages at metroparks.org/localfood.
Even with the necessary precautions, Five Rivers MetroParks felt it was important to reopen the Market in the largest capacity possible at this time to give the community access to fresh, local food — especially as more people are protecting their health in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“While MetroParks is asking visitors to change how they shop, what hasn’t changed is the ever-growing need to provide equitable access to fresh, local produce,” 2nd Street Market Manager Lynda Suda said. “The Market is one of only a few locations where people can shop for fresh food in the downtown area. With areas identified as food deserts just a short distance away, we have to take food equity and accessibility very seriously.”
Many 2nd Street Market vendors offer EBT/SNAP benefits and Produce Perks matching benefits — which still will be available to customers. Tokens are available from Homefull’s EBT/SNAP Exchange, temporarily located near the entrance of the outdoor market, to shop at participating Market vendors. These benefits are offered thanks to a partnership between Five Rivers MetroParks and Homefull.
The reopening also is important because 2nd Street Market helps Five Rivers MetroParks meet its conservation mission and serve as the region’s conservation leader by providing the community with access to local food, which is less taxing on the environment and often healthier.
In early May, Five Rivers MetroParks and Homefull were recognized with an Outstanding Support Organization award from the National Association of County Park and Recreation Professionals for their partnership allowing more equitable access to fresh food. The Ohio Parks and Recreation Association also awarded the partnership an Award of Excellence in early 2020.
2nd Street Market shoppers and Five Rivers MetroParks visitors should always follow the CDC’s recommendations, particularly for social distancing and wearing face coverings, while spending time outdoors. For the most current information on MetroParks’ COVID-19 response and related closures, visit metroparks.org/covid-19 and follow Five Rivers MetroParks on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
At AAA, we are doing our part to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Our primary concern is the safety and well-being of our members and employees, so we are temporarily suspending walk-in service. However, Tire & Auto services only are available inside. Please call us at (937) 228-2144 and the staff in the store will be happy to assist you by phone. Many services are also available online at AAA.com. Thank you for your patience and understanding. More info
CODE Credit Union: Lobby closed, ATM and drive-thru open
Fifth Third: lobby open by appointment only.
Others (KeyBank, Wright-Patt Credit Union, US Bank, Huntington, PNC, Bridge Credit Union, Chase):
ATM and online banking, or locate a drive-thru online
Open Tues-Sat 12-6 p.m.
Employees AND Customers MUST wear masks.
One customer in the store at a time.
Enter by front door, exit by back door.
Curbside pickup in rear. Call 222-4795 for pickup. Curbside is card only - no cash.
Heart & beck + call will remain closed until July 16th to allow for the appropriate amount of time to quarantine, test all of our employees, and to disinfect everything a million times per the CDC guidelines.
We will continue to delay online orders and shipping requests until we are back at the shop.
If you have any questions or concerns, you’re welcome to email us at email@example.com
Stay healthy and we'll see you on the other side!
Bonnett's Book Store is now closed. If you want to purchase something, send a message and Kevin will work out the details privately. More info
Boonshoft at Home is an online learning experience for all ages! It includes DIY science activities with easy to get materials, step by step instructions, and a basic science explanation for families to download as well as two virtual programs daily. The Science Education programs discuss a variety of topics in physics, chemistry and biology featuring our Science Theater and Do Lab. The virtual museum programs take you behind the scenes with an Animal Ambassador from the Discovery Zoo or a rarely seen item from our Collection Vaults. Cabin Fever Astronomy covers everything from current topics in astronomy to notable items in the night sky, as well as offering an "Ask the Astronomer" segment. There is something for everyone! More info
As of May 12th, we are open and back to business!
With that being said, the next couple of months we're squeezing 4 months of photo shoots into two.
Our response times may be delayed.
We appreciate your patience and we're stoked to get back to you as soon as we can!
City of Dayton updates at www.daytonohio.gov/Update2020
All City of Dayton buildings are closed; all public meetings are canceled.
City parking garages (123 W. Third and 200 S. Jefferson): Open as usual.
Convention Center: No events until further notice.
Dayton International Airport: Updates at www.flydayton.com. Parking open as usual. Questions: 937-454-8200.
City jobs: Apply at jobs.daytonohio.gov. Info at 937-333-2300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Police: Emergency, call 911. General info., call 937-333-2677.
Customer service requests: Call 937-333-4800 or use the Dayton Delivers app.
Water/Waste Collection bills: Info., call 937-333-3550 or email email@example.com. To pay: paydaytonwater.com or 937-333-3550. Cash payments at Family Dollar and CVS stores. No payment-related disconnections until further notice.
City of Dayton parks are open. Playground equipment is not to be used, according to Ohio Dept. of Health order. Recreation centers and golf centers are closed until further notice.
We are doing online shopping, curbside pickup, and will start shopping by appointment only as of May 9.
The Collaboratory will be physically closed while the stay-at-home order is in place. We can reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or by calling 937.732.5123
Open, beginning Friday, July 10
Gallery Hours: 11-4 p.m. Tuesday–Saturday
Thursdays ‘til 7 p.m.
Closed Sunday & Monday
The Dayton Art Institute (DAI), closed since March 13 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has announced it will reopen to members on Friday, July 10 and to the general public on Friday, July 17.
The museum will reopen with limited hours of 11 a.m.–5 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, noon–5 p.m. on Sundays.
“After nearly fourth months apart, we are thrilled to finally welcome our members and the community back to the museum,” said DAI Director and CEO Michael R. Roediger. “The safety of both our staff and guests has been of the utmost importance, and the public will see a number of measures in place to ensure that everyone has a safe and positive experience at the museum.”
The museum also announced that, due to ongoing uncertainties related to COVID-19 and large gatherings, it will cancel all three of its 2020 Signature Events–Art Ball, Bourbon & Bubbles and Oktoberfest. Art Ball and Bourbon & Bubbles had previously been postponed, and Oktoberfest was scheduled to take place September 25–27.
“The decision to cancel our Signature Events, especially Oktoberfest, was a tremendously difficult one to make,” Roediger said. “Not only do they bring together so many people from throughout the region, but they are also our biggest fundraisers and contribute significant income to our operating budget each year.”
The DAI is asking those who purchased Bourbon & Bubbles tickets to consider donating the value of the tickets to the museum; the financial impact of COVID-19 on the museum is expected to exceed one million dollars this year. Ticket holders who would like to receive a refund should send requests via email to GSD_Requests@daytonart.org.
Roediger added, “Rest assured that Oktoberfest, as well as Art Ball and Bourbon & Bubbles, will be back, bigger and better than ever, in 2021. Oktoberfest, which was established in 1971, will be celebrating its 50th anniversary next year. Through all of this, our event sponsors have continued to show tremendous support for the museum, and we will not let this setback diminish these community traditions.”
The cancellation of the museum’s Signature Events does not affect wedding and event rentals at the museum.
The museum will launch a special “Virtual Oktoberfest” fundraiser in August, offering a limited-edition 2020 Oktoberfest package that includes an exclusive t-shirt and mug, as well as other unique items. More details will be announced in July, with updates and additional information posted at daytonartinstitute.org/oktoberfest. The DAI extends a special thanks to Bonbright Distributors, which will continue as Presenting Sponsor of the Virtual Oktoberfest.
When the museum reopens on July 10, new policies and safety measures will be in place to protect staff and guests, as recommended by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Ohio Department of Health. These include:
- Physical distancing measures to ensure guests remain six feet from others not in their group
- All staff and guests will be required to wear face coverings while visiting the museum
- Enhanced cleaning procedures in place throughout the museum
- Protective shields installed at the museum’s Guest Services Desk
All museum tours will be self-guided, in-person programs and interactive activities will not be available at this time, and The Lange Family Experiencenter will remain closed.
More information about museum policies and procedures, as well as planning a visit, will be available at daytonartinstitute.org/visit and posted to the museum’s social media pages.
The DAI’s Museum Store will also reopen on July 10, and the Special Exhibition Samurai, Ghosts and Lovers: Yoshitoshi’s Complete 100 Aspects of the Moon has been extended through September 13. The Focus Exhibitions Photographs from the Collection, Swashbuckling Samurai and In the Company of Friends: The Kettering and Patterson Legacy will also be on view when the DAI reopens.
“We’re especially excited to be able to extend the Samurai, Ghosts and Lovers exhibition, which had been on view for less than three weeks when the museum closed,” said DAI Chief Curator Jerry Smith. “Many expressed disappointment about not having gotten a chance to see it, and we look forward to welcoming the community back to explore this amazing collection.”
Advance tickets are not required to visit the museum, but capacity may be limited in some collection galleries and the Special Exhibition. Museum general admission, which includes the collection galleries and all exhibitions, is $15 adults, $10 seniors (60+), active military and groups (10 or more), $5 students (18+ w/ID) and youth (ages 7-17), free for children (ages 6 & younger) and museum members.
Season start postponed until further notice, however...
We’ve been hard at work creating a digital version of the Dragons PlayBall! game program! It’s got some fun baseball content that should help pass the time until we can get together again for a Dragons game.
Each issue will be located at www.daytondragons.com and have clickable technology. There are some fun posters you can download and print! In addition, there is a contest for fans to enter to win an autographed Hunter Greene jersey and $50 to the Dragons Den team store (HINT: Be sure to look for the link to enter at the bottom of the webpage and on a page of the digital playball).
To go direct to the digital Dragons PlayBall program – Issue 1, please visit this link: https://www.milb.com/dayton/team/playball.
We can’t wait to host everyone again and celebrate a return to Dragons baseball at Day Air Ballpark!
Please visit the Dragons Den, our team store by clicking here: https://dragons.milbstore.com/. There are lots of new items available now: women’s, toddlers, hats, jerseys, outerwear, men’s. As a bonus, please take 20% off your online purchase and use the code SPRING2020 at the checkout.
Reopening Your Library
Starting Tuesday, July 7, all Dayton Metro Library locations will reopen for new, limited hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm. We invite you to browse the shelves; use the computers, printers and copiers; and check out your materials. Curbside Service will continue for those who prefer to request items in advance and schedule a time for pickup.
Here are some of the changes you'll see at your Library:
- Staff will wear masks; disposable masks will be available for any patron who needs one.
- The first hour each day, 10 - 11 am, is designated for elderly and medically-compromised populations.
- Building capacities will be limited.
- Hand sanitizer stations have been installed.
- Plexiglas dividers have been installed at all public service desks.
- Computer stations have been safely distanced from each other.
- Staff will disinfect public equipment and work stations between uses.
- Social distancing and other safety protocols will be maintained.
Our plans and procedures will remain flexible as circumstances change in the coming days and weeks. We look forward to seeing you at your Library!
Read more about what you can expect at your next Library visit, and what we ask of you.
Curbside Pickup: Faster & Easier
The DML App on your phone or device makes Curbside Pickup even more convenient. A new Curbside Pickup feature lets you arrange your pickup time without having to call the Library.
If you already have the DML App, the Curbside feature automatically activates when you have requested items ready for for you to borrow. Need to install the app? Search for “Dayton Library” in your App Store or Google Play.
ThinkTV and CET are excited to host our first-ever virtual summer camp in partnership with the Dayton Metro Library called “Imagine Your Story.” The camp runs today through July 17 and our videos will premiere on Facebook at 10am - and then be available on our website at thinktv.org/camp - each day!
Our “Imagine Your Story” summer camp will feature virtual field trips to the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, the Dayton Art Institute, Carillon Park, Five Rivers MetroParks and the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance along with a daily trip to the Dayton Metro Library! Along with the virtual fieldtrips, kids will get to read books with Ms. Winnie, do crafts, have singalongs and much more.
DON'S PAWN SHOP
107 E. Third St
Dayton, OH 45402
We are open to the public for making Cash Collateral Loans on anything of value and have been for 71 years.
We have opened our Retail Showroom with Social Distancing Limits.
Monday - Friday
9:00 - 5:30
9:00 - 4:00
We are currently open for business. Same hours and days. With the ever changing nature of this pandemic please call and make sure things haven’t changed. So far we are considered an essential part of the infrastructure. That can change at any time. If you have glasses here come in and pick them up as soon as possible. If you need glasses order them and I will do my best to finish them as quickly as possible. If you need repairs come down and I’ll get them done. Above all else stay safe and healthy. More info
Scroll through the various artists, and purchase an affordable piece of original art. There are no fees for artists at least through May 30, 2020.
All art purchased through Essential Artists Dayton will be available for pickup at The Collaboratory, Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., or by appointment. The exchange will be made while practicing appropriate social distancing. The Collaboratory is located at 114 West First Street, Suite B, in Talbott Tower.
Aall worship services and meetings are suspended until further notice, but video recordings of current worship services are being posted on our website weekly at http://www.fbcdayton.org/
2nd Street Market is closed. MetroParks outdoor parks and trails remain open (indoor facilities and park restrooms are closed). To continue to keep parks and trails open, we are reminding park and trail users to follow requirements for social distancing and gatherings. More info
The ARTery at Front Street is OPEN for business!
We CANNOT WAIT to get back to business. But we've taken our time to ensure we're following all the guidelines for safely re-opening. We'll have hand sanitizer, sneeze-guards for our register, and we're doing extra cleaning. We'll also make sure there are a limited number of people in the gallery at one time.
Open 11-4pm Tuesday-Saturday or call the store to inquire about a personal shopping experience 937-903-2729
H. Gerstner & Sons’ Dayton Factory Showroom is now open to visitors by appointment. To schedule a visit, or for curbside pick-up, please call customer service during normal business hours at 937-228-1662. Customers can always shop online at https://gerstnerusa.com/ and we will ship any item.
Open Mon, Tues, Thur, & Friday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Closed Wednesday and Sunday
Open daily 11am-8pm
St. Joseph and Holy Trinity churches will have Mass suspended through May 3; livestream Masses available through the diocese link. https://www.daytondailynews.com/news/local/public-masses-ohio-suspended-through-easter/cv7DZ0enIBcHK659pLLoWM/
Offering ‘temporary’ highly visible paper signs with custom information that each client/business owner is needing. These grocery or butcher style paper signs are great at displaying important information at a low cost. More info.
Open regular hours, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
All patrons required to wear a mask at all times inside the store.
Maximum of 5 patrons allowed in the store at one time, regardless of group size.
Arrows on the floor will mark a one-way traffic flow.
Repotting services only available for pots purchased same day in the store.
Practice social distancing, keep touching of products to a minimum, and be patient with staff.
We are offering pickups Monday Wednesday & Friday’s from 11-3pm and Saturday’s from 12-5pm. Please come to the front door, we will see you and get the name for your order. We would appreciate anyone picking up orders to wear a mask.
Mikes Bike Park is open for bicycle sales and service! We are open from 12-6pm Monday through Saturday and 12-4pm on Sunday.
We are open every day for bicycle sales and service. If you are looking for a new bike or need to get your bike ready to ride we can help!
Visit www.MikesBikePark.com to make purchases, order services, and see all of the amazing things Mikes Bike Park can do for you!
As a friendly reminder, Mike's Bike Park is open as a full-service bicycle shop, but we are not allowed to have riders on our ramps until the governor lifts the ban on gyms and indoor recreation facilities. Riding outside is allowed, and we encourage you to get on a bike as often as possible. It is great for your mind and your body!
Now open Wednesday-Sunday 12-5 p.m. Masks recommended, not required.
County Corp, HomeStart, County Corp Development and the HomeOwnership Center of Greater Dayton will be closed to walk-ins as we will be operating on a virtual basis.
Staff will remain reachable during regular business hours (8 am – 5 pm ET) via phone, email, and Zoom meeting app (or similar apps) and will continue to manage its programs.
If you wish to reach us, please call us at 937-225-6328 OR email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Neon movie theater is closed, but they will still continue to offer the latest in award-winning independent cinema. For the price of a "virtual ticket," you'll get to screen a movie at home that isn't available on any other streaming platform. More info.
Open 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
For a limited time, our gift cards are now 20% off AND we're donating 10% to the Dayton Foodbank
Offering Paint Parties online as well as in the studio. "We decided to offer a fun & relaxing Party on Line with Painting!" See website for updates. More info.
Store temporarily closed. All tuxedo rentals and suit alterations will be available as promised. Please use our Facebook page and text messages to contact us regarding picking up orders or with any other questions. More info.
PrintPoint's regular hours remain. Not currently accepting walk in customers but we continue to serve our customers through email orders etc. More info.
The office is closed to in person visits until further notice, and the majority of Project READ partners are currently closed. Project READ will take the students information and make direct connections once the service providers are back open for business.
Please refer students to the helpline.
Project READ helpline (937) 461-7323
Point of Contact: Kevin Sorice (937)461-7323, email@example.com
Until further notice, there will be no in person tutoring for adults or youth.
We are open our normal business hours, Monday - Friday, 7 am - 5 pm, and Saturday 7 am - 2 pm. Currently our kitchen showroom is only open by appointment. To set up an appointment call Jill Rubey at 937-535-6404.
Consistent with additional guidelines from the governor, we are implementing several new measures.
· No more than 4 customers in the store at one time.
· No one under the age of 16 is permitted in the building.
· No pets are permitted in the building excluding service dogs.
If possible, call your order in and we will run your paperwork to your vehicle. (937) 224-1141
When in our store, use social distancing. Please stay 6’ away from the counter and any person in the store.
During the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home order, the Kitchen Showroom will be open by appointment only. To set an
appointment, call Jill Rubey at 937-535-6404 or visit us at requarth.com
Sherwood Florist is taking flower orders for “contactless front porch deliveries” for $50 per arrangement in the Dayton area and $60 per arrangement south of springboro. Deliveries are going out every Friday, Saturday and Sunday while we are ordered to “Shelter in Place”. Email, Facebook message, Instagram message the following: recipient name, address and card message (if applicable)and we will send you a pay link. We love and appreciate your support for our small family business during this difficult time. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Store closed, but fresh produce from Hydro-Growers now available. Call ahead to place order, and it will be available for lobby pick-up, or shipped to your home.
We are offering Aveda curbside pick up this coming Sunday April 5th from 12-3 at our 506 East Third St location. Just send your product request to email@example.com and we will reply with a time that we will call to process your order. Please include the following in your email: 1. Your full name and phone number 2. The item name(s) and amount of that item that you'd like to purchase 3. The name of your service provider(s) This is a way you can directly help us sustain square one while we all do our part by social distancing to prevent the spread of the Corona virus. For those who prefer AVEDA delivered directly to your home, please order at https://www.aveda.com. Please recognize square one as your preferred salon along with the name(s) of your service provider(s). This is another way of helping square one and our employees during the crisis. Gift certificates are always a great idea and never better than right now. You can purchase gift certificates through the following link https://www.squareonesalon.com/booknow.php. There are no restrictions on when and how they can be used. Just like the ones you purchase at the salon. .
St. Joseph and Holy Trinity churches will have Mass suspended through May 3; livestream Masses available through the diocese link. https://www.daytondailynews.com/news/local/public-masses-ohio-suspended-through-easter/cv7DZ0enIBcHK659pLLoWM/.
Open regular hours.
Bar is closed, but Tender Mercy has launched the pop-up bodega Mercy Mart -- you can order pantry staples, beer, wine, pre-made pastas and bread from Grist, and other goodies. ORDER ONLINE & schedule your pick-up TUE-FRI 3-7p and SAT 12-4. Please consider supporting Team Tender Mercy by purchasing eGift Cards “boosted” with a 19% bonus value added when redeemed upon our re-opening. Order here.
Tuffy Brooks Sporting Goods
101 S Keowee St
Open Monday – Friday 10-4
Visit www.tuffybrooks.com or call us at 937-461-5570
To Our Loyal Wiley’s Customers and Wonderful Comics, Wiley’s is back and we have MISSED you! We will resume our first night back Friday June 12th. We have a great line up of our very own Dayton Comedians to kick off our come back weekend! Just a few tidbits of info we need to let you all know. We have been working very hard and have deep cleaned and sanitized the entire club. We will be following the Responsible RestartOhio for Restaurants, Bars, and Banquet & Catering Facilities/Services. All our employees will be required to wear masks while working, and it’s up to our customers discretion on wearing one for themselves. We will be practicing social distancing while seating and entering the building, as will have sanitizer throughout the building. We are HIGHLY recommending that our guests pre purchase their tickets ONLINE @www.wileyscomedy.com to keep down on the interaction and wait times at the door. You may also call and buy your tickets over the phone at this time(937)224-5653. We will accommodate up to groups of 10 as long as we are given notice ahead of time. We are committed to keeping our customers and staff as safe as we possibly can. As for everyone these past three months have been a challenging time but we are excited to be back! We cannot say how much we have appreciated the love and support from all and can’t wait to see all the familiar and new faces 🙂
Yellow Cab Food Hub features food trucks Wed/Thurs: 4-10pm Friday: 4pm-Midnight Saturday: Noon-Midnight Sunday: Noon-9pm
How You Can Help Remotely
- Send Motivational Messages - We would love for you to send us motivational messages, words of wisdom, inspirational cards, or a drawing.
- Shop Our COVID-19 Wish List Online - Your gifts can help alleviate stress and uncertainty, decrease the effects of isolation, and ensure safe spaces for our clients, residents, and frontline staff. Shop this list on Amazon.com.
- Participate in Giving Tuesday Now - On Tuesday, May 5, 2020, we’ll celebrate #GivingTuesdayNow, a special day of generosity organized as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.
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