The Horace Mann school choir in Dayton Public Schools. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Dayton schools’ Arts Festival is Saturday at RiverScape

Dayton Public Schools will host their 2019 All-City Arts Festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at RiverScape MetroPark downtown.

Students will show off their talent through art, singing and playing musical instruments at this celebration of fine arts and performing arts. Participants will include the district elementary choir, the Belmont High School Steel Band and the Stivers Jazz Ensemble, among others.

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The free event for all ages will have food, an art gallery, face painting and more. Those coming to the festival are encouraged to bring a lawn chair.

Event partners include Yamaha Corporation of America, Music Education Consultants, Inc., Winter Guard International, The University of Dayton and Wright State University.

The festival began in the 1960s, and this is its second year at RiverScape.

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