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DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF) – The Dayton Dragons are hosting the Culture Works Weekend at Day Air Ballpark in the heart of the Water Street District. Dragon’s mascots Heater and Gem are co-chairs of the annual Culture Works campaign. Earlier in March, the Dragons hosted the Kickoff Culture Works Party at Day Air Ballpark. The event featured Heater, Gem, live artists, musicians, and a photo booth. Guests were made up of arts organization leaders, board members, donors, and staff.
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DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF) — On April 8, the Dayton Dragons will step on the field for the first time in 2022. But Dragons staff can’t just wipe off the plate, lay down the chalk, and play ball. Just like the players, they have to practice to perfect the fan experience. They see opening day as their Super Bowl. “We are at full capacity and we’re back to pretty normal operations,” Tom Nichols, Director of Media Relations and Broadcaster for the Dayton Dragons said.
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DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF) — Excitement from some of the bars and restaurants around the ballpark is radiating all around the Water Street District. That’s an understatement given what’s happened in the last two years and the effect it’s taken on locally owned businesses. And that’s why a couple of different bars and restaurants owners said this opening day for the Dayton Dragons just feels different.
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