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Community Work Day at Garden Station


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Join us for Community Work Day at Garden Station every Saturday morning from 9 – noon, we may be there earlier as it gets warmer outside…

m_b480bc00142b2e08aca6fd3efeafb1f7Garden StationLocated at the corner of Wayne Ave. & E. Fourth St. in Downtown Dayton, Ohio. This corner had been ignored for decades, within the embrace of the Dayton Circus Creative Collective it now brims with new life and possibility. We welcome all Daytonians to visit the garden, show it some love and watch it grow. Bring the best of yourself to this place and plant the seeds of growth and change.

You must be the change you want to see in the world‘(Gandhi)!

You may want to bring gloves and drinking water and dress to get dirty! Help is needed for a wide variety of tasks that varies from week to week. Some examples may include watering, weeding, mulching, painting, picking up trash, sweeping the sidewalk, planting plants, building things, mowing, mudding the shed…

Garden Station is totally a volunteer effort and all our projects are accomplished entirely through donated materials or funds! We do this because we believe that this revitalization improves the quality of life for all our neighbors and creates an exciting and unique destination in downtown Dayton!

See you in the garden! :)

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  1. I was in the Oregon District last night and on my way home from Wiley’s, I pulled out onto Wayne Avenue via the street that comes out next to the Lutheran Church. I looked left and saw the sidewalk along the Garden Station all lit up with lights. It looked great. The upDayton Wayne Avenue Corridor team is doing a great job of making that stretch between 3rd & 5th Streets much more inviting. I can’t wait to see the murals!