The Entrepreneurs’ Center lands record-breaking grant to support Dayton’s technology startups

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July 20, 2022 – A Dayton economic development organization has been awarded a record-breaking grant to fund a nearly $30 million project supporting the city’s technology startups. The Ohio Third Frontier Commission awarded a $15 million Entrepreneurial Services Provider (ESP) Program grant to the Entrepreneurs’ Center (EC). This record amount of funding is a 60% increase over the 2019 allocation …

The Contemporary Dayton receives prestigious Andy Warhol Foundation grant

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July 14, 2022 – The Contemporary Dayton (The Co) is a recipient of the prestigious Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Spring 2022 grant. The Co was selected as one of 50 organizations – and one of only 19 first-time recipients – awarded a part of the $3.9 million grant. According to a release, the Andy Warhol foundation for …

GET ACTIVE: Fitness Full Circle offers fun, free classes at Dayton Arcade

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June 29, 2022 – Yoga, Pilates, barre, high intensity interval training (HIIT) or Swerk – or, better yet, all of the above. The Rotunda Summer Fitness Program “Fitness Full Circle” will offer a wide variety of fitness classes free of charge on Wednesdays in July and August in the Dayton Arcade’s Rotunda. Fitness Full Circle – sponsored by Friends of …

Summer Market Day to thrive on nostalgia at Dayton Arcade

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June 14, 2022 – Organizers at the Dayton Arcade are feeling nostalgic as they continue their seasonal Market Day series in the Arcade’s Rotunda. The series kicked off in March with a Spring Market Day and will continue Wednesday, June 22 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Summer Market Day will feature over 35 vendors, live performances curated by …

$7.6M of Dayton ARPA funds targeting minority-owned business aid: Who’s being helped?

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May 22, 2022 – Arcade tenant 6888 Kitchen named as one of the allocatees for Dayton’s American Rescue Plan aid. Dayton city leaders allocated $7.6 million of the $138 million in federal funds the city is receiving through the American Rescue Plan to support minority-owned businesses. The non-profit OH Taste was awarded $750,000 to help establish a “shared kitchen incubator” …