Thrive Dayton to showcase local Art at Scopes Summer Nights

Share your ideas for Dayton's future with Thrive Dayton this Friday, July 12.

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L-R, Jamie Ridley and Allison Berndt, key members of Thrive Dayton's Leadership Team, will be looking for ideas from the community during the event. (contributed)

Thrive Dayton will be at the Scopes Summer Nights, this Friday, July 12th, from 5:30-7:30.

As part of the greater Thrive Regional Partnership’s 2019 program, Thrive Dayton is working to improve Rhea County’s economic opportunities though enhanced arts and cultural experiences.

Art from the local Bright Beginnings Academy students will be on display and community members are encouraged to stop by and share their own vision for our community.

“We hope to come away with a better understanding of community priorities through these events by engaging as many individuals as we can and seeing where interest lie,” Explained Allison Berndt, Thrive Dayton volunteer.

“We have so much talent in Rhea County and we want to provide an outlet and opportunities for the expression of that talent, whether it’s painting, sculpting, poetry, or something else.”

Thriving Communities program is a community accelerator program designed to enhance leadership and community development throughout the region through creative placemaking.

SONS OF BLAKE, a revival of the group DYLAN BLAKE from the Sequatchie Valley, will bring their mix of classic rock, blues, outlaw country, folk, and some clever original tunes to Summer Nights. They will take the stage at 6 p.m.

For more information, please contact the Rhea Economic and Tourism Council – 423-775-6171.

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