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Library, Museums and Historical
1. Fort Ancient

Fort Ancient State Memorial
6123 St Rt. 350
Oregonia, Ohio 45054
513-932-4421      - or - 1-800-283-8904 (toll-free)
Jack Blosser

Fort Ancient features 18,000 feet of earthen walls built 2,000 years ago by American
Indians who used the shoulder blades of deer, split elk antler, clam shell hoes and digging
sticks to dig the dirt. They then carried the soil in baskets holding 35 to 40 pounds.
Portions of these walls were used in conjunction with the sun and moon to provide a
calendar system for these peoples. The site offers beautiful vistas along hiking trails as
well as the remains of the prehistoric mounds for visitors to see. Convenient picnic areas
can be found along the road at the site. The Museum at Fort Ancient, newly built and
containing 9000 sq. ft. of new exhibits opened on 22 March 1998. These new exhibits,
containing many interactive units, focus on 15,000 years of American Indian history in
the Ohio Valley. The Museum also contains a classroom, a research area, and a sales
shop with many fine American Indian items.
                  $7.00 (museum &
                  $3.00 per student, all
     PARK ONLY $7.00 per car
                  $3.00 per student + $1
                  program fee
   SEASON PASS $25.00
      TOUR BUS $70.00


Group tours are available on a year round basis and can be fitted to the tour groups
schedule. A normal bus tour will take approximately 45 minutes. It will start at the north
end of the site and continue south to the south fort. People will have the opportunity to
get out of the bus to walk 200 feet to the North Overlook where the visitor will view
approximately three miles of the Little Miami River Valley.

As the bus is being driven through the site people will listen to a discussion of the site;
who built it, how it was built, why it was built, the first archaeologists who excavated
here, and much more. Of primary interest is the fact that the site features an astronomical
alignment system, and the mounds within the walled enclosure are not burial mounds.
Fort Ancient should be remembered as a place of ceremony, not a place of confrontation.

A 45-minute museum tour will follow the bus tour.

Fort Ancient is seven miles southeast of Lebanon, in Warren County, on State Route 350.
Exit I-71 at Wilmington Road (exit 36) and take Middleboro Road south to State Route
350, turn right to the park.
2. Carillon Historical Park

Carillon Historical Park's mission is to celebrate and preserve the history of the Miami
Valley and illustrate how it leads to the future. The Park is a 65-acre outdoor museum
with 24 exhibit buildings and structures, and is the site of the 57-bell Deeds Carillon,
Ohio's largest. The highlight of the collections is the 1905 Wright Flyer III, the world's
first practical airplane, and a National Historic Landmark. The airplane and the John W.
Berry, Sr. Wright Brothers Aviation Center are components of the Dayton Aviation
Heritage National Historical Park.

Making My Family Special - Tiger Scouts
Go See It! Visit our Park and discover how family life was the same and how it was
different many years ago. Scouts will have the opportunity to visit the oldest family home
in Dayton and participate in hands-on activities that help them experience daily life for a
pioneer child.

Tools for Fixing and Building - Wolf Scouts
This program introduces building methods and materials found on most buildings
associated with the Miami Valley's history. Scouts will compare new and old tools and
will be given the opportunity to construct their own model building.

Tall Tales - Bear Scouts
This program allows scouts to learn some of Ohio's folklore stories from one of our
Park's storytellers. Scouts will visit the buildings associated with these stories, sing a folk
song, and be able to explain folklore in their own words.

Community Group Communicator
Visit the Park's 1930s working print shop, watch a printing demonstration, and compare
how people communicated in the past to communication methods used today. Scouts will
participate in a scavenger hunt to identify other methods of communication exhibited in
the Park's buildings. To schedule a program, please call
(937) 293-2841 ext. 101

The park is open April 1st until October 31st.
Scout programs can be scheduled year-round by special arrangement.
Weekend programs are also available by special arrangement.
After school scout programs can be held Tuesday - Friday.

Cost for scouting programs is $2.00 per scout. A minimum amount of $40 is required to
cover the cost of materials. For groups under 20 scouts, a fee will be charged to make up
this difference.
3. Springboro Underground Railway Museum
Springboro Historical Society Museum
110 S. Main Street
(937) 748-0916
The museum, staffed by volunteers, is open Tuesday, Friday & Saturday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Guided Tours
Guided Underground Railroad tours are available to groups of 10 or more by appointment only.
Costumed interpreters welcome your group to the museum and then guide you through the town.
Please call the Springboro Historical Museum, 937-748-0916, to schedule a tour.

4. Wright Flyer Museum
The hangar/museum, with the aircraft, is open to the public during the normal hours of
operation, free of charge, Tuesday, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM.
No appointment is necessary during normal hours of operations; other times are availible
by appointment. Memorabilia and souvenirs are availible for a nominal donation at the
hangar/museum. The Wright "B" Flyer organization can be contacted at (937) 885-2327
or by E-mail:

Orientation rides are available during our normal hours of operation with the purchase of
an aircraft ride certificate for you or as a gift certificate for $150.00. This certificate
entitles the bearer to an orientation ride that replicates the Wright Brother's original flight

In addition to the Wright "B" Flyer, there is an authentic replica of a Wright Model B
Flyer, the civilian model, which was built by Tom and Nancy Valentine and delivered to
the Wright "B" Flyer Organization on August 24, 2001. The aircraft was purchased
through contributions from various organizations, by Inventing Flight. Other aviation
exhibits, a 1916 Model "T" staff car and a gift shop are also part of the museum. Free
(937) 885-2327

5. Wright Patterson USAF Museum
1100 Spaatz St., Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433
The USAF Museum (USAFM) is one of the nation’s premier education attractions,
portraying the history and traditions of the United States Air Force through specialized
displays and exhibition of historical items.

The United States Air Force Museum near Dayton, Ohio is the oldest and largest military
aviation museum in the world. The Museum uses both chronological and subjective
layouts to tell the exciting story of aviation development from the days of the Wright
brothers at Kitty Hawk to the Space Age. Exhibits include over 300 aircraft and missiles,
plus family oriented and historically interesting aeronautical displays. Over one and a
half million visitors from around the world come to Ohio each year to tour this unique
free attraction.

The U.S. Air Force Museum is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed on
Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day only.
The entrance to the Museum is on Springfield Pike at historic Wright Field (Gate 28-B),
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, six miles northeast of Dayton.

6. Boonshoft Museum of Discovery

The Boonshoft Museum of Discovery is based on the understanding that science is the
process through which we come to understand our world, and that play is the way
children do science. Thus, we are a place where play and learning come together so that
visitors of all ages can explore the wonders of the world. The Museum includes a host of
places for adventure - - That Kid's Playce, the Hall of the Universe, the Caryl D. Philips
Space Theater Oscar Boonshoft Science Central, EcoTrek, the Mead TreeHouse, Bieser
Discovery Center, Charles E. Exley, Jr. Wild Ohio Zoo, and two galleries for temporary
exhibits - - where reality and imagination mix. Adventures are enhanced through real
specimens and artifacts from the museum's collection of 1.4 million items.

Experience the excitement as you work toward a science-related badge. The Museum
offers exciting weekend and afternoon programs that provide some of the requirements
specified for badges. Scouts of all ages can work toward fulfilling the requirements for
the following science badges: astronomy, biology, chemistry, ecology, geology, math,
physics, and zoology. Badges must be purchased from your council.

Fees: $5.50/scout; general admission for adults ($7.50). Some workshops may require
additional fees.
Please call (937) 275-7431, ext. 116, to reserve a group with a minimum of 10 children
(maximum 20.) Workshops held Saturdays 9 - 10:30 a.m.; 12 - 1:30 p.m.

2600 DeWeese Parkway Dayton, OH 45414 (937) 275-7431
Museum Hours: Mon-Fri 9a.m.-5p.m.; Sat 11a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun 12-5p.m.
Museum Admission: $8.50 adults; $6.00 seniors; $6.00 Child 2 - 12; children under 2 and
members are free.
7. Cincinnati Museum Center
at Union Terminal

Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal is home to the Cincinnati History Museum, Cinergy
Children's Museum, the Museum of Natural History & Science, the Robert D. Lindner Family
OMNIMAX® Theater, and the Cincinnati Historical Society Library. It is a nationally recognized
educational and research resource and one of the top cultural attractions in the Midwest. More
than one million people visit annually, reaching out to almost 200,000 young people through
hands-on exhibits and programming. As a center for the entire community, more than 700 events
are held in the building each year. Originally built in 1933 as the Union Terminal train station, the
building is a national historic landmark and was renovated and re-opened as Cincinnati Museum
Center in 1990.

Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal is relevant to our community and our times. We are
a vital resource locally, regionally and nationally. Recent examples include:

       The nationally recognized Civil Unrest display, an exhibit mounted in just 90 days
        following the April 2001 turmoil; the exhibit won an American Association of State & Local
        History award of merit.
       The Day of Remembrance Ceremony on September 11, a community-based tribute to
        the victims, the heroes and the nation.
       Our selection as the site of President Bush's October 2002 national address, a testament
        to the assets of this facility and its place in our region.

Cincinnati Museum Center's pledge, and its mission, is to inspire people of all ages to understand
and appreciate natural history, science and regional history; and to support the development of
children. We collect and preserve; we advance and share knowledge. We stimulate curiosity and
promote enjoyment of learning. In our community. In our region. In our world.

1301 Western Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45203
(513) 287-7000
(800) 733-2077 (toll free)
TTY: (800)-750-0750

Museum Hours:
Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas

Single Attraction Admission Price:
includes any one museum or the Omnimax
$6.75 for adults
$4.75 for children (ages 3-12)
$5.75 for seniors (60+)
Toddler Pass is $3.75 and admits a 1 or 2-year-old to all attractions and to OMNIMAX for free
when sitting in a caregiver's lap. Infants under 1-year-old are free.

We also offer combination discounts when visiting two or more attractions.
Adult Combination prices:
2 attractions: $9.75
3 attractions: $12.75
4 attractions: $15.75
5 attractions: $18.75
Child Combination prices:
2 attractions: $6.75
3 attractions: $8.75
4 attractions: $10.75
5 attractions: $12.75

8. Newport Aquarium
One Aquarium Way, Newport, KY 41071
A state-of-the art facility, the Newport Aquarium brings to the banks of the Ohio River
some of the world's most advanced, creative technology -- not to mention amazing
animals -- all designed to take you around the globe, visiting each continent, every ocean
and hundreds of waterways in between. And what a way to travel: Underwater tunnels.
See-through floors. Walk-around exhibits. And a touch pool
Columbus Childrens Museum

9. America's Packard Museum
420 S. Ludlow St.
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Office 937.226-1710
Fax 937.224.1918
America's Packard Museum is the world's only restored Packard Dealership operating as a museum, and
only full-time museum dedicated exclusively to the Packard Motor Car Company, it's products and


From I-70 take I-75 south to Dayton
From I-75 take Route 35 east to the first exit (Perry St.). Go north on Perry Street for 2
blocks, turn right; go 2 blocks to right onto Franklin. The next intersection is Ludlow

Open Every Day.Monday - Friday 12-5PM Saturday & Sunday 1-5PM


                                            Seniors $5.00
                                            Students $4.00
10. Sun Watch Indian Village

SunWatch Indian Village / Archaeological Park
2301 West River Road
Dayton , Ohio
Phone: (937) 268-8199
Fax: (937) 268-1760

Long before the arrival of Europeans, the Miami Valley was home to native peoples.
Archaeological excavations at a site near the Great Miami River uncovered evidence of
an 800-year-old village built by the Fort Ancient Indians. SunWatch Indian Village, a
National Historic Landmark, is a reconstruction of that settlement of long ago.

Scout and Y Adventure Programs

Scout Days - October 16, 2004, April 16, 2005 and October 15, 2005 -- 9:00 a.m. to
All Girl and Boy Scouts, Campfire Boys and Girls, and members of Y Adventure
Programs are invited to attend a special morning at SunWatch set aside especially for
them. Held twice each year, Scout Days offers a variety of activities with different
stations set up in the village and museum that includes discussion of the "Green Corn
Ceremony" and the center post alignments, playing games, participating in archery
demonstrations, making a craft, using pump drills, and taking part in a museum wide
scavenger hunt. Advanced registration is required for the event. Fees: $6.00 per person.

Scout Badge Programs
Fees are per scout/per program. Fee covers activities, staff, and craft materials but does
not include the actual scout patch/bead/pin, etc. (advancement materials available from
scouts). A minimum of 8 scouts is required to hold a program. Programs times vary from
1.5-2.5 hours depending on topic and number of scouts participating. Program must be
scheduled at least two weeks in advance, and a 50% deposit is required to hold the date.
All programs follow the requirements as described in the scout guides for the GSA and
BSA. (Instructors are registered with the BSA.)

Wolf Cub Electives
Native American Lore (meets all requirements) - $8.00
Outdoor Adventure (meets some requirements) - call for cost and time
Bear Cub Electives
Native American Life (meets all requirements) - $7.00
Webelos Activity Badges
Outdoorsman (meets some requirements) - call for cost and time
11. Springboro Public Library
125 Park Lane Springboro, Ohio 45066
(937) 748-3200
Fax: (937) 748-4831
Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

We maintain a union catalog of the materials available from the Warren County
Libraries. Requests for information and materials not available at our libraries are
referred to other libraries.

The Southeastern Ohio Regional Library serves as our resource library.

  Electronic Resources available in the library through either OPLIN or on

      Alldata Automotive Information
      Value Line
      U. S. Code Annotated
      Ohio Revised Code
      Cincinnati Enquirer
      NoveList
      EBSCO magazine index
      Encyclopaedia Britannica
      SIRS Discoverer & Knowledge Source
      and others

                                  Car Repair Manuals

The library has extensive collections of Chilton and Motor car repair manuals. Some are
reference books which cannot leave the building, while others may be borrowed.

The Franklin Library also has the Mitchell Motor Manual on microfiche. Copies may be
made of these manuals.

Alldata Automotive Information is available in both library buildings.

                                   Patron Computers

Each library has IBM compatible computers and printers available for the personal use of
library patrons.

Two hour reservations for use of the computers can be made by phone.
Software available includes:

             o    Microsoft Word
             o    Microsoft Excel
             o    Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing
             o    and others


Registered borrowers in good standing can reserve 1/2 hour time slots to use a computer
workstation. The library's Internet Access Policy must be signed and on file. Children
under 18 must have a parent sign in person for their access to the Internet.

                           Addresses, Hours and Phone Numbers

Franklin Public Library
44 East Fourth Street Franklin, Ohio 45005
(937) 746-BOOK (2665)
Fax: (937) 746-2847
Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday (Sept. through May only) 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

1. Otterbien Retirement Community
Otterbein Lebanon Retirement Living Community
585 N. State Route 741
Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Telephone: (513) 932-2020 voice
              (877) 933-5471 toll-free
              (513) 932-4722 fax
President/CEO: Robert J. Benson
Marketing Director: Christine Carruthers

As a continuing care retirement community Otterbein Lebanon provides a broad selection of
accommodations and services to meet virtually every need. Facilities range from apartments and patio
homes to Assisted Living, Skilled or Health Care, and special areas for those with memory impairments such
as Alzheimer's.

From the North:
From I 75 take Exit 29. Go east on Route 63 to Route 741.
Turn left and proceed to Otterbein at 585 N. State Route 741.

From I - 71 take Exit 32. Go right on Route 124 until it becomes Route 63.
Go west on Route 63 to Route 741. Turn right to Otterbein at 585 N. State Route 741.
2. HILLSPRING HEALTH CARE & Rehabilitation and Assisted
937- 748-1100

Hillspring of Springboro Health Care, Rehabilitation and Assisted Living opened its doors in mid-1999.
Hillspring of Springboro is a completely state-of-the-art facility.

Featuring amenities ranging from an ice cream parlor to a guest room, Hillspring of Springboro provides the
highest quality of care and the highest quality of life our residents deserve. The Brooke at Hillspring provides
a Medicaid-certified Dementia Unit and Intermediate Care Unit as well as Assisted Living rooms.

Every detail of the facility has been designed for the comfort of our residents. Common lounges, workshops,
and cooking areas allow our residents to socialize and to participate in a large variety of activities. A
Montessori school within the facility surrounds our residents with the laughter of young voices. Residents in
all levels of care are encouraged to take advantage of in-house rehabilitation programs which enhance their
quality of life.

Hillspring of Springboro is conveniently located in Springboro, Ohio.

From Dayton: Take Rt. 741 South to Springboro; left (East) on Central Ave. (Rt. 73), (Approximately 1/4 mile
to Hillspring).

From Dayton or Cincinnati: Take 1-75 to Rt. 73 (Exit 38); East to Springboro, (cross Rt. 741); (Approximately
1/4 mile to Hillspring).

Police Stations and Fire Departments
1. The Springboro Police Communications Center
320 West Central Avenue
Springboro, Ohio 45066
P: 937.748.4343 ∙ F: 937.748.0815

The Springboro Police Communications Center is staffed 24 hours a day, 7
days a week. It is the responsibility of the police dispatcher to quickly and
accurately identify the nature of your call and assist in solving the problem. The
dispatcher is the critical link between the citizen and the Police Officer, as they
screen calls and transfer the information to the police officers.

The Dispatch Center receives a variety of calls, which may vary from a simple
request for information to a report of a life threatening incident, the dispatcher
must ask specific questions to accurately prioritize the call and assign it to a
police officer, or direct your call to the appropraite resource. The amount of time
it takes to obtain this information determines how quickly an officer is able to

When requesting service for non-emergency situations, we ask for your patience
in waiting for the arrival of a police officer, as emergency calls have priority. The
officer will respond to your call as soon as possible

                    Dispatch Center Contact Information

                               Emergency: 911
 For police assistance in emergency situations and crimes that are in progress.
                       Non-Emergency: (937) 748-0611
             For Police assistance in non-life threatening situations
When calling, please have the following information ready:

      Type of incident
      Is the crime still in progress
      Number of suspects, if any; and whether they are armed.
      Suspect description (race, sex, height, weight, clothing) and last known
       direction of travel.
      Vehicle description (color, year, make, model, license plate number) if
       any; and last known direction of travel

The Springboro Police Department employs 6 full-time dispatchers and one
Dispatch Supervisor. Two dispatchers are on duty during the peak hours of
operation and one dispatcher is on duty the remainder of the day.
Our dispatch center is responsible for handling all 911 calls and all emergency
line calls 24 hours a day. We also answer all business lines throughout the
course of the day. Our department utilizes the CAD (Computer Aided Dispatch)
computer software and the 800 MHz radio system.

2. Clearcreek Fire Department

Clearcreek Fire District provides Fire/Rescue services for the City of Springboro and the
Township of Clearcreek, with a population of 24,000 within a 47 square mile area.

Bernie Becker, Chief of Department
Clearcreek Fire District
Voice:(937) 748-2766
Fax:(937) 748-2566
Amateur or professional games or
Sporting events
1. Springboro High School football, soccer and basketball games
  Athletic Department Staff

         Matthew Shomper, Athletic Director
         Cindy Herman, Athletic Secretary
         Dan Fernbacher, Junior High Athletic Director

    Phone                  (937) 748-4110
                                                                      1675 South Main Street
                                                                      Springboro, OH 45066
    Fax                    (937) 748-4112

    JH Phone               (937) 748-3953

2. Cincinnati Reds

Ticket Programs
Special Reds

Registered, non-profit organizations who aid the less fortunate may send a request letter on your
organization's letterhead four weeks in advance for consideration of our Special Reds ticket program
(complementary seats are View Level type).

Briefly share with us the following information in your request letter:

         Who you are and how attending a game benefits your members/clients
         Do you have special seating considerations or any special needs? (wheelchair seating is widely
          available throughout our ballpark) -please specify exact quantity of wheelchair spaces.
         Your desired quantity of tickets
         Specify your first and second choice of game date
         Contact name, address and phone number

Special Reds game dates for the 2004 season are as follows:

Sunday         April 11      vs. Pirates    1:15
Thursday       April 22      vs. Braves     12:35
Thursday       May 6         vs. Brewers    7:10
Sunday        June 6            vs. Expos      1:15
Thursday      July 1            vs. Mets       12:35
Monday        July 19           vs. Brewers    7:10
Tuesday       Aug. 10           vs. Dodgers    7:10
Sunday        Sept. 12          vs. Brewers    1:15
Wednesday     Sept. 15          vs. Phillies   12:35

Due to volume of requests, please limit your request to one game per season. If additional dates become
available, we will contact you. Please mail your request letter to:

Cincinnati Reds
Attn: Special Reds - L. Platt
100 Main Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Player & Manager Ticket programs

Casey's Crew: Sean Casey invites children and their chaperones for every Saturday home game during the
2004 regular season. Through his generosity, underprivileged children will now have an opportunity to watch
a Major League Baseball game!

Non-profit organizations that serve the needs of underprivileged children are invited to submit a request for
consideration at least two weeks in advance to:

Cincinnati Reds
Community Relations/Casey's Crew
Cincinnati Reds
100 Main Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

All confirmed requests will receive a follow up call. Total amount of tickets donated is 24 per game. It is our
recommendation to have 18 children and 6 adult chaperones per group.

LaRue & Hume: Through their generosity, Reds catcher Jason LaRue and bullpen coach Tom Hume invite
20 children and chaperones to enjoy a game at Great American Ball Park. This ticket program is open to all
organizations that serve children who may not be able to come to the ballpark without their assistance.

Those organizations that serve the needs of underprivileged children are invited to submit a request for
consideration at least two weeks in advance to:

Cincinnati Reds
Community Relations/LaRue & Hume ticket program
Cincinnati Reds
100 Main Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

All confirmed requests will receive a follow up call. Total amount of tickets donated is 20 per game -
available games are only home Saturday games. It is our recommendation to have 1 chaperone for every 4

Gravy's Train: Reds closer Danny Graves helps little league teams get a taste of the Big Leagues! Through
his generosity, Danny invites 24 members of little league/baseball teams along with their chaperones to
each Sunday game during the regular season.

If your little league/baseball team serves underprivileged children, we invite you to submit you request for
game tickets at least 2- 4 weeks in advance to:
Cincinnati Reds
Community Relations/Gravy's Train
Cincinnati Reds
100 Main Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

All confirmed requests will receive a follow up call. Total amount of tickets donated is 24 per game. It is our
recommendation to have 18 children and 6 adult chaperones per group.

Miley's Mates: Reds Manager Dave Miley is helping those Reds fans with special needs come to the
ballpark! Through his generosity, Manager Miley invites 15 persons to one Business Day Special game per
month this season. Dates for the games are: PROGRAM IS FULL FOR THE SEASON.

Thursday, June 17 vs the Texas Rangers
Tuesday, July 20 vs the Milwaukee Brewers
Thursday, August 12 vs the Los Angeles Dodgers
Wednesday, September 15 vs the Philadelphia Phillies

If your organization serves special needs individuals, we invite you to submit your request for game tickets
at least three weeks in advance to:

Cincinnati Reds
Community Relations/Miley's Mates
Cincinnati Reds
100 Main Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

All confirmed requests will receive a follow up telephone all. A total of 15 tickets are donated - the Reds will
make accommodation for wheelchair seating as necessary.

Military Ticket Discount Program

The Reds proudly continue our complimentary ticket program for Active duty military members. Any Active
military member with proper identification will receive one complimentary View Level ticket, subject to
availability, on day of game only for games played Monday through Thursday.

Those attending with non-active persons may purchase additional View Level tickets ($11 each) at the ticket
window (your seats will be together).

All ticket acquisitions must be made on the day of the game at the Advance Ticket Windows, located at
Crosley Terrace at Great American Ball Park.

However, groups of 20 or more are requested to call the community relations office at least 21 business
days in advance (513-765-7022) and submit a formal request letter on letterhead. You will be asked to
provide the following information:

        Game choice
        Quantity
        Please share with us the benefits of attending a Reds game
        A first initial and last name of all attendees
        Contact name, phone, address and e-mail if available

This program excludes games on Opening Day, April 21, June 30 or Aug. 11.

Straight A Complementary Ticket Program
Learning happens year-round, and the Cincinnati Reds pioneered the Straight 'A' program in the early '60s.
Reinforcing the efforts of educators, the Reds, The Cincinnati Post, The Kentucky Post along with the
Dayton Daily News, sponsor (remove ed) the program targeting students in the 7th-12th grades who achieve
"A" and "A-" averages over a designated period. During the 2002-'03 school year, over 300 schools from the
Greater Cincinnati, northern Kentucky and Dayton areas participated in the program, allowing more than
13,000 deserving students a trip to Great American Ball Park.

Remember there are many reduced ticket packages available for groups of 25+ through the Reds Group
Sales department. Click here for additional information or call the Reds Group Sales department at (513)

3. Dayton Dragons
You get to turn back the clock in                                 the Dragons Lair. The Dragons Lair is the
only outfield-seating section at                                  FIFTH THIRD FIELD. It has an atmosphere
that is pure Wrigley Field. Ah,                                   what a great experience! Sitting just behind
the left field fence, you're there to cheer people in your group catching home runs. And, of course, to cheer
the Dragons that hit them.

Along with the cheering, each person in your group gets a free gift in the Dragons Lair. We've created a
special Dragons Lair baseball cap that everyone in your group will get FREE when you rent the Dragons

The Lair accommodates 306 people. You'll get a great game, a party atmosphere, and a free cap. That's
what makes everyone in the Dragons Lair young and want to smile all the time.

Seating and availability for the Dragons Lair is limited. Please call (937) 228-BATS (2287) today to
reserve your game in the Dragons Lair.

4. University of Dayton Flyers
University of Dayton Arena Ticket Office
P.O. Box 8806
Dayton, OH 45401-8806
Phone: 937/229-4433
Fax: 937/449-2889
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9:00am-4:30 p.m., Open on weekends at 9:00 a.m. on the days of men's
home basketball games.
If you have questions, you may also e-mail the Ticket Office at:

5. Wright State University

Welcome to Wright State's Athletic Department Contact page. If you can't find the exact
information you need, please email us at

Family Fun Zone
Wright State Raider basketball continues to be more exciting and affordable than other
collegiate programs. The Family Fun Zone section of the Nutter Center is where all
tickets are priced at an amazingly low $6.00 per seat - and that includes parking. So bring
your family to our family room all season long and don't miss a minute of Raider action.

For ticket information, call 937-775-4787.

Group Sales: Call 937-775-3511.

Ervin J. Nutter Center
3640 Col. Glenn Hwy.
Dayton, OH 45435

FAX: 937-775-2368

Television stations, radio stations,
1. Dayton Daily News
Tour the Dayton Daily News Print Technology Center. See how a newspaper gets put together
from start to finish! Tours by reservation Tuesday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Call
1-877-782-8687 or email for more information!

2. ABC22/FOX45
45 Broadcast Plaza
Dayton, Ohio 45408
Phone: 937.263.4500
Fax: 937.268.5265
3. WOTD PBS Channel 16
ThinkTV Network
110 South Jefferson Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402-2415

ThinkTV is the most widely used non-profit educational, cultural and informational
resource in our community. Each week, more than 750,000 viewers watch quality
programming on channels 16 & 14. More than 100 school districts, serving 20,000
teachers and more than 400,000 students, receive our daily educational programming and
services. The ThinkTV viewing audience is as diverse as the community we serve; people
of all ages, financial status and levels of education benefit from the more than 17,000
hours of programming we air each year. But, each school day, more than 400,000
students and 20,000 teachers in K-12 classrooms receive educational and instructional
programming, as well as multi-media curricula and services. We are the community’s

For more information about our educational services, please call (937) 220-1707.

Directions to ThinkTV

Take I-75 to U.S. 35 East. Once on 35 East, work your way to the far LEFT lane and
prepare to take MAIN STREET/JEFFERSON STREET exit (less than one mile from I-
75). As you come off the exit ramp, work your way to the far RIGHT lane and turn
RIGHT at the light onto JEFFERSON STREET. Travel NORTH on JEFFERSON a few
blocks to FOURTH STREET and the ThinkTVNetwork is located in the street/retail level
of the Transportation Center parking garage.

PARKING: Take a RIGHT on FIFTH STREET and pull in the Transportation Center
parking garage or there is limited two-hour metered parking on Jefferson and Fourth
surrounding the ThinkTVNetwork building

1. Bike Riding
The Little Miami Scenic Trail is over 72 miles long. The trail starts at Springfield in
Clark County. From there the trail runs South through Yellow Springs and Xenia in
Greene County. Then the trail travels through Corwin, Oregonia, Morrow and Loveland
in Warren County and finally to and Milford in Clermont County. The trail is expected to
be open to Clear Creek Park in Anderson Township by 2005. The Hamilton County Park
District has not acquired all of the land necessary to get from Clear Creek Park to Lunken
Airport so a scheduled date cannot be forecast. After the trail reaches Lunken Airport the
trail will have to be built South from there to the Ohio River and Cincinnati.

          Route North (From Xenia Station) - The Little Miami Scenic Trail to Yellow
       Springs starts at the Xenia Station and proceeds 9.7 miles North to Yellow
       Springs Ohio . From Yellow Springs the trail is seven miles from Yellow Springs
       to Springfield. The trail extension opened in 1998. The route now ends at I-70 one
       half mile South of John's Street in Springfield. The Yellow Springs Station is
       complete. There are restrooms in the Yellow Springs Station. These restrooms are
       open 24 hours a day.
          Route South - From the Xenia Station it is 11 miles (to the Greene County
       Line). The Southerly route to the county line, generally follows the route of the
       Little Miami River through Spring Valley and the Greene County portion ends at
       the Roxanna-New Burlington Road which is the border between Greene County
       and Warren County. The trail extends South to Corwin, Morrow and currently
       ends at Milford in Clermont County an additional 40 miles or so.

2. Morgan’s Canoes

  The Little Miami River
  (513) 932-7658 or 1-800-WE CANOE

                                Canoe Main | Ft. Ancient | Brookville

                                Designated as a National Scenic River over 20 years ago, the Little Miami is a
                                "protected jewel" in Southwestern Ohio. Our facility is located deep in the Ft.
                                Ancient gorge adjacent to Ft. Ancient State Memorial. This area is the most natural
                                and undisturbed section of the river offering beautiful scenery and seclusion. You
                                will enjoy wooded hillsides, frequent small rapids, great swimming and picnic
                                spots. The Little Miami is great for canoeists of all ages and skill levels.

                                      TRIPS       Approx. Approx.  Departs  1-5 Canoes                 6-15        6-15 Canoes,
                                                  Length Paddling Between        w/                   Canoes,        Advance
                                                  of Trip  Time   the Hours Reservation             Reservation    Reservation
                                                                             or Coupon                 Only           and Full
                                     Ft. Anct.-     3mi.       45min.-    8am-5pm     $25 canoe      $24 canoe      $23 canoe
                                     Riverside     (short)      1.5hr.
                                     Ft. Anct.-     6mi.       1.5hr. -   8am-4pm     $33 canoe      $31 canoe      $30 canoe
                                      Morrow      (1/2 day)      3hr.
                                 Deer Creek         12mi.      2.5hr. -   8am-2pm     $37 canoe     $35.50 canoe   $34.00 canoe
                                                  (3/4 day)      6hr.
                                      South         16mi.       4hr. -    8am-10am    $40 canoe     $38.50 canoe    $37 canoe
                                     Lebanon      (full day)     6hr.
                                 Deercreek-   18mi.             5hr. -    8am-9am    $42.50 canoe    $41 canoe     $39.50 canoe
                                  Morrow    (full day)           7hr.       only
                         For additional information, email

                         Take $6.00 off per canoe with reservations.
                         No coupons with discounted rates or on holiday weekends.

                         Todd's Fork
                         This island-filled fast flowing tributary of the Little Miami, is only runable when the
                         Little Miami is too high.

                         Riverside Picnic & Campground
                         Located two miles down stream from our livery, Riverside offers 40 acres of
                         wooded campsites, picnic areas and easy access to the Little Miami bike trail.
                         Enjoy clean restrooms and hot showers after a fun day on the river. Amenities
                         include; volleyball, bike rentals, horseshoes, and campfire programs. Kings Island,
                         The Beach Water Park, wineries, historic Lebanon and Waynesville are 10
                         minutes away.

3. Little Miami Canoe Rental

                         Little Miami Canoe Rentals
                          219 Mill St. (St. Rte. 123)
                              Morrow, OH 45152


         For a detailed brochure, please call us at 1-800-634-4277.

                         CANOEING SEASON

               April & October - Weekends (Weather Permitting)
               May Thru September - Daily (Weather Permitting)
                                 Rentals open
                       8.00 a.m. Weekends and Holidays
                              9:00 a.m. Weekdays

                     Canoes must be checked in by 7 p.m.
                   Paddling times posted are approximations
                     Trip selections vary with conditions.

                      WHAT A TRIP INCLUDES
Canoe, paddles, life vests, shuttle (when needed), picnic groves, restrooms, showers, and
a National Scenic River.

                                                  MORROW BASE
From Cincinnati - I-71 North to Exit 28 (Lebanon / South Lebanon Exit) TURN LEFT. Follow S.R. 48 to Rt. 22. TURN LEFT.
Follow Rt. 22 into the Village of Morrow. TURN LEFT at Morrow's second traffic light (S.R. 123). Drive one block to rental.

                                                                - OR -

I-71 North to Exit 32 (Morrow Exit). TURN RIGHT onto S.R. 123. Stay on S.R. 123 South five miles. Rental is on right side of S.R.
123 as you cross the Little Miami River.

From Columbus - I-71 South to Exit 32 (Morrow Exit). TURN LEFT. Drive five miles south on S.R. 123 to rental

From Dayton - I-75 South to Exit 29 (Monroe Exit). TURN LEFT. Follow Rt. 63 to Lebanon; S.R. 123 South to Morrow.

                                                   Rates - Discounts
 Note: Outdoor activities such as canoeing, kayaking, tubing and riverside camping are assumed risk sports. Rates quoted herein are
                       based on participants assuming those risks for themselves (and children if applicable).

"A" Discount Rate - Scouts, school, church and youth groups with twelve or more paddlers and a reservation at least one week prior
                       to trip. Others may advance $3 per paddler deposit at least one week in advance.

           "B" Discount Rate - No advance deposit or reservation required. Applies to groups of 6, 8, 10 or 12 paddlers.

               "C" Discount Rate - No advance deposit or reservation required. Offered to groups of 2 to 4 paddlers.

                    "D" Regular Rate - No advance deposit or reservation required. Applies to the solo paddler.

A, B & C discount rates are based on two paddlers per canoe. Rates include: aluminum canoe, paddles and life vests. Children can ride
 free with two paying paddlers.* Third adult in canoe pays 1/2 price. "Plastic" canoe - add $2.50 per paddler. Rates subject to change
 without notice. Transport Private Canoes - $10 per canoe (single shuttle). We accept all canoeing coupons and promotions; only one
                                                         discount per canoe.

                                  * CHILDREN CAN RIDE FREE *
         Children riding in a canoe with 2 paying adults can ride free. Children should not ride with inexperienced canoeists.

4. Cincinnati Zoo
3400 Vine St., Cincinnati, OH 45220

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is consistently ranked as one of the top
zoos in the country. Opened in 1875, it is the nation's second oldest zoo and a national
historic landmark. The Zoo’s 75 acres house more than 500 animal species and 3,000
plant varieties. Click here to view Cincinnati Zoo vacation packages.

Pick-A-Badge scout programs provide scout troops with an in-Zoo adventure that meets
all the needs of a scouting badge/achievement. There are six programs to choose from.

Registration starts in January for 2004 Pick-A-Badge programs.

These programs are offered every Saturday from March–November at either 9-11:30am or 1-3:30 pm, and every Sunday
from 1-3:30 pm, March–May and Sept–Nov (excluding Easter weekend: April 10-11th, and Father’s Day weekend: June
The badges and achievement to choose from are:

Brownie Girl Scouts                                                Eco-Explorer Try-It or Animal Try-It Badge

Junior Girl Scouts                                                 Wildlife Badge or Your Outdoor Surroundings

Cadette/Senior Girl Scouts                                         Wildlife Interest Project

Bear Cub Scouts                                                    Sharing Your World With Wildlife Achievement

Webelo Scouts                                                      Naturalist Badge

There is a 10-paying participant minimum per program
Cost: $10/Scout
$6/non-Zoo Member Adult
For details or to register, call Marcy Avrett at (513) 559-7767.

5. Caesar Creek State Park
Caesar Creek State Park is highlighted by clear blue waters, scattered woodlands,
meadows and steep ravines. The park offers some of the finest outdoor recreation in
southwest Ohio including boating, hiking, camping and fishing.

Forty-three miles of hiking trails lead hikers to the interesting areas of the park with
many scenic views along the way. For horsemen, thirty-one miles of trail and a
horsemen's camp are offered. A five-mile mountain bike trail is located between
Harveysburg Road and Center Road; a 3.5 -mile novice trail circles the Fifty Springs
picnic area.

Picnic areas with tables, grills and drinking water are offered. Two of the park's nine
picnic shelters may be reserved in advance. A day lodge, offering a meeting room and
kitchen with outdoor tables and grills, can be rented for family reunions and club
meetings. The park's nature center houses interesting displays of the cultural and natural
history of the area. Naturalist programs are offered year round. The pioneer village
features 15 historic buildings depicting life in the early 1800s.

From Cincinnati, Ohio:
I-71 North to State Route 73. Turn Left on State Route 73, park entrance is
approximately 6 miles on the right. Campground: Right on State Route 73, left on State
Route 380, left on Center Road.
6. Cox Arboretum and Gardens MetroPark

175 acres of cultivated gardens and mature
woodlands. Fifteen garden areas with
display plant materials including the
nationally recognized Edible Landscape
Garden. Home to Ohio's only native butterfly
house (opens for the season on June 26,

Admission: Admission is Free.
Hours: Grounds open everyday 8am-dusk.
Location: 6733 Springboro Pike.
Phone: 937-434-9005

7. Columbus Zoo
P.O. Box 400
9990 Riverside Drive
Powell, OH 43065
Phone: 614-724-3496
Fax: 614-724-3653

Advanced reservations are required! Call 614-724-3496 for reservations and information
or e-mail

From south of Columbus: Take Interstate 71 North to 270 West. Follow 270 West to Sawmill
Road (Exit 20) and go North to Hard Road. Turn left onto Hard Road. Hard Road dead-ends into
Riverside Drive. Turn right onto Riverside Drive. The Zoo entrance is 2 miles North on the right.

Let the animals and Zoo personnel assist your scouts in earning badges and
achievements. Scout programs are designed to incorporate the Zoo to fulfill scout
requirements. Length and cost of program varies with the specific badge or
achievement. Most scout programs are offered year-round.

Sample Itinerary
Your Cub Scout Den’s two-hour program begins at
9:30 am on Saturday. This is what you can expect.
(Times are approximate)
9:20 am: Meet your instructor at the flagpoles.
9:30 am: Begin working on your requirements in the Education Building. During this
portion of the program, you will experience:
Animal Encounters
Fun, Fun, Fun!
10:45 am: Tour the zoo with your instructor.
11:30 am: Your badge requirements are complete!
You are welcome to stay at the Zoo and explore for the rest of the day. Have fun!
What times are available?
Depending on the time of year, we offer classes on weekends and weekday afternoons.
Below are the times at which programs begin:
Weekdays: 3:30 or 4:00 pm (Tigers, Wolves & Bears)
Weekends: 9:30 am, 12:30 pm, 3:00 pm (Tigers,
Wolves and Bears) and 1:00 (Webelos)
Wednesdays: 6:00 pm (Tigers, Wolves & Webelos)
Fridays: 2:00 pm (Webelos) and 3:00 (Tigers,
Wolves & Bears)
Weekends: 9:30 am, 12:30 pm, 3:00 pm (Tigers,
Wolves & Bears) and 1:00 (Webelos)
 Is there anything else I should know?
1. Siblings are not permitted in the program. They are welcome to tour Zoo grounds with
an adult during the program time. Admission for children 2-11 years old is $5.00.
2. We hike on grounds rain or shine, so come prepared for the weather.
3. Program cost is the same for both Zoo members and non-members.

The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium offers a variety of programs to assist you in planning a
fun and memorable scout trip to the Zoo. Our programs are a fun and easy way for your
troop to earn an achievement or activity pin. These programs range from classes for
Tigers all the way to special, twice a year Merit Badges for Boy Scouts. Our Tiger, Wolf,
Bear, and Webelos programs all include a Zoo hike, animal visitors in the classroom, and
fun-filled activities. Open a whole new world for your scouts and complete a Cub or Boy
Scout program with the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium!

Tiger Twos
Come earn your requirements for Achievement 5D and 5G: Let’s Go Outdoors! With this
program you also complete Electives 30, 31, 34, and 42. This program lasts 2 hours and
costs $15.00 (this includes one Tiger
and his adult partner).

Wolf and Bear Cub Scouts
We offer one achievement program for Wolf Scouts and one achievement program for
Bear Cub Scouts. These programs are 2 hours long and cost $8.00 per scout.
Wolf: Your Living World— This achievement is required in order to earn your “World
Conservation Award.” You will also have the opportunity to choose one elective from the
following categories: Birds, Pets, or Outdoor Adventures.
Bear: Share Your World with Wildlife—During this program you will learn about the
5 major groups of vertebrates, explore endangered & extinct species and investigate
different animal habitats.
We offer two Webelos Activity Pins. These programs are 3 hours long and cost $10.00
per scout. The Webelos will complete all of the requirements for the activity pin during
the program time.
Naturalist (year-round)
Forester (April 15—October 15)

The following information will help you in planning
and scheduling your program:
When can I schedule a program?
Programs are offered year-round, either on weekends or after school on weekdays.
How can I schedule a program?
Programs can be scheduled by calling Jennifer at 614- 724-3496 or email
Three weeks scheduling notice required.
What does the cost include?
With the exception of the Tiger program which includes the cost of an adult friend, the
fee pays for each scouting participant. For groups of 10 scouts or less, two adult
chaperones participate at no charge. For groups of 11-14 , three adult chaperones
participate for free, and groups of 15-24, four adults participate for free. While we greatly
appreciate the support of our programs by additional adults they are not permitted in the
program. They should plan on exploring the Zoo while the boys are working on their
requirements. General adult admission is $9.00. While we do not have a minimum group
size, we do have a minimum cost requirement. Tigers have a minimum of $90.00, Wolf
and Bear Cubs have a minimum of $80.00, and Webelos have a minimum of $100.00.
You are welcome to combine with another group if you do not have the minimum. The
Zoo will not combine groups for you. Tigers, Wolf, and Bear Cubs will receive a
Columbus Zoo patch at the end of their program. Webelos will receive either the
Naturalist or Forester activity pin at the end of the their program. In summary, the cost
includes admission to the Zoo, a Columbus Zoo patch or activity pin, and a memorable
experience for everyone!

1. Pizzarea Uno Chicago Grill
9496 Dayton-Lebanon Rd.
Centerville OH, 45458
Phone: 937-435-8667

Based in Boston, Uno Restaurant Holdings Corporation (URHC) has a system of over
200 full-service company-owned and franchised Uno Chicago Grill restaurants. Formerly
known as Pizzeria Uno, we now serve great steaks, seafood and a variety of other casual
dining favorites, along with the signature Chicago-style Deep Dish Pizza we invented
back in 1943. Our locations can be found in 33 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto
Rico, South Korea and the United Arab Emirates. URHC also operates a consumer foods
division, which supplies airlines, movie theatres, hotels and retail stores with private label
and Uno branded products throughout the world.

2. Donut Haus
305 W.Central Ave.
Springboro, Ohio 45066
Phone: (937) 748-0380

Donut Haus has been owned by the Hemmert Family for over 19 years. We are an icon in
the Springboro Community known as a gathering spot for all ages. Customers commonly
refer to our Shop as " The Cheers " of the morning world...a place where friends meet.

We pride ourselves on a variety of over 60 types of donuts made fresh daily.We are well
known for our Persian Rolls made with homemade carmel icing along with our famous
Apple Fritters.

Another special treat is our Homemade No-Bake Cookies that taste just like Mom's!

3. Friesinger's Fine Chocolates & Confections
See delicious confections as they are created and hand-dipped in Friesinger's gleaming factory.
Then browse the retail store and take home your selection of mouth-watering treats. Call 937-
743-4377 for more information. Chocolates

1. Springboro Coffman YMCA

The Coffman YMCA proudly serves the southern Montgomery and northern Warren Counties
and is committed to providing excellence in both programming and membership. With a
brand new facility that opened in January 2000, the Coffman YMCA is more ready than ever
to provide you and your family a place to belong for life. But the YMCA is more than a facility,
it is a place where kids of all ages can come to have fun, and to grow in spirit, mind and
body. At the Coffman YMCA, we are dedicated to building strong kids, strong families and
strong communities.

Hours of Operation
Sunday 1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Monday–Friday 5:30 a.m.–10:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

The Coffman YMCA features:

       State-of-the-art health & wellness center
       Two full size gymnasiums
       25 yard indoor swimming pool
       Aquatics programs and lessons for all ages
       Warm water therapy pool
       Indoor walking track
       Indoor family playland
       Parent/child programs
       Teen leadership programs
       School age child care programs
       Multi-purpose rooms
       Free aerobic classes and babysitting for members
       Youth and adult sports programs
       Summer day camp programs
       Swim lessons
       Teen Center
       Family Gymnasium
       NEW! 4,300 square foot Aerobics Studio

Youth Sports
The YMCA’s philosophy on Youth Sports is for kids to have fun and learn new skills. The
purpose of the program is to offer youth the opportunity to enjoy playing under conditions
that will foster skillful play, fellowship, team loyalty, and a finer appreciation of the sport. We
focus on cooperation and not competition. There are no tryouts for a team and everyone is
guaranteed playing time. We teach your child the fundamentals of each sport, and just as
important, we focus on the YMCA’s character development traits of Caring, Honesty,
Respect and Responsibility.

The YMCA of Greater Dayton offers the following Youth Sports:

       Youth Basketball
       Youth Floor Hockey or Roller Hockey
       Youth Soccer
       Youth Flag Football
       Youth Flag Football Cheerleading
       Youth Volleyball Youth Baseball
2. Poelking Lanes South

Poelking Lanes South is south Dayton’s premiere bowling center with 52 lanes. This
center is newly remodeled with Brunswick Touchworks Automatic Scoring and Brunswick
Frameworx seating. Each lane has it's own table! Additionally, all 52 lanes are bumper capable;
that’s bumpers on demand! We also provide a full service pro shop, billiards room, snack bar and
lounge. The center has an in-house ATM and full service lottery. Poelking South features a
family setting where the entire family can enjoy bowling just for the fun of it!

Today more than ever, companies of all sizes are learning that employee morale is especially
important for a productive work environment. And bowling parties are fast becoming a very
popular way to achieve this. Contact us today for special rates and let us assist you in obtaining
a new atmosphere in your workplace! Call (937) 435-3855.
    Poelking Lanes South birthday package consists of one game of bowling, shoe rental, a soft
drink, & slice of pizza -- all for just $7.95 per child. Additionally, the birthday child receives a
commemorative bowling pin for each of the kids to autograph. What better way to remember
this great moment in a child's life?! And for a nominal fee, we offer our party room at the
conclusion of bowling for the traditional celebration. Just bring the cake and ice cream!

   Each of Poelking Lanes South's 52 lanes are bumper ready. If we have lanes available --
we've got bumpers!

3. Centerville Lanes
911 S. Main Street
Centerville, Ohio 45459
937.433.7693 - Phone
937.433.7240 - Fax

Party Packages include:

       Two (2) hours of bowling
       Rental shoes (from youth size 9 and up)
       Automatic Scoring
       Bumper Bowling
       Birthday Bowling Pin for children to sign
       Invitations
       Paper plates
       Cups
       Silverware
       Pizza
       Pitcher of soft drinks
       Napkins
       All you need to bring: CAKE and ICE CREAM

Party Package prices:
        Featuring Perky’s Pepperoni Pizza
        Up to 5 guests: $59.99*   One large pizza
        6 to 10 guests: $84.99*   Two large pizzas
        11 to 15 guests: $109.99* Three large pizzas
        16 to 20 guests $134.99* Four large pizzas
        21 & more guests*         Ask for pricing

    $25.00 Deposit required on all parties

                                    All parties are by reservation only.
                                               Call 433-7693
                                   to reserve Your Birthday Party time!

*Additional pizzas are available at a discount price.

*Price for daytime parties. Evening parties available at an additional charge.

                                      Prices are subject to change

4. Perfect North Ski Slopes

Main Phone: (812) 537-3754

Perfect North
19074 Perfect Lane
Lawrenceburg, IN

The only thing more FUN than hitting the slopes is being there with a group of your friends.

Take a group skiing/snowboarding! It’s a fun and exciting activity. Your group will have a great time and
we make it as easy as possible. Simply call, or apply. Your group members get great rates for skiing/riding
and you get your free lift ticket, rental, and lesson for FREE as a bonus, for bringing a group of at least
15. For your non-skier/riders check out our Tubing park.

If bringing non skiers/riders who would like to try snow tubing, call for details.

Group Leader

        A minimum of 15 skiers constitutes a group. Choose an outing date and time. Call (812) 537-3754
         or (513) 381-7517, or apply online at, at least one week in advance.
        Collect everyone’s money and have all your lift, rental and lesson totals ready before you come
         to the group window in the West Lodge. Include all skiers/riders in total, we will deduct your
         bonus from the total. ONLY the group leader should come to the group window. Only one form of
         payment will be accepted for the entire group. Personal checks are not accepted. The group
         leader is responsible for handing out all lift tickets, rental forms and lesson tickets.
        Each member should be aware of Your Responsibility Code.
        Proceed to the rental shop to pick up ski/snowboard equipment (or to the slopes if no rental is
         required). Announcements will be made prior to lessons so the group can assemble in the ski
         school meeting area.
        Skiing/Riding lessons are offered every hour on the hour beginning at 10am. Offered on Saturday
         and Sunday from 10am - 4pm is the Perpetual New Skier Lesson, a no wait, no hassle way to
         begin your on slope experience.
        Children 6 and under receive free lift ticket, with paying adult. These tickets are not counted
         towards the group numbers.
        Ski/Snowboard rental equipment subject to availability.

Lift Ticket valid any day, up to 8 consecutive hours, time starts when you do. New beginner lessons (skiing
or snowboarding) are now included at no additional charge. Upon completing your lesson, you will receive
a coupon for a free drink (coffee, hot chocolate or a fountain drink).

8 Hour Flex Ticket: Sun-Thu Before 5:30 p.m.
Fri-Sat Before 9:30 p.m.
No. in     Bonus     Adult    Child 7- Ski/Board                Beginner
Group                         12       Rental                   Lesson
15-24       1           $32           $27       $13             INCLUDED

25-74       2           $30           $25       $13             INCLUDED

75-135      3           $28           $23       $10             INCLUDED

136 +       4           $26           $21       $10             INCLUDED

Closing Ticket Sunday - Thursday after 5:30PM
Late Night Ticket Friday & Saturday after 9:30PM
No. in     Bonus     Adult     Child 7- Ski/Board               Beginner
Group                          12        Rental                 Lesson
15-24       1           $27           $22       $13             INCLUDED

25-74       2           $25           $20       $13             INCLUDED

75-135      3           $23           $18       $10             INCLUDED

136 +       4           $21           $16       $10             INCLUDED

*Bonus Includes: Lift Ticket, Rental & Group Lesson. Early return bonus and "Learn To Turn" do not apply to
group rates.
$10 Upgrade: Add 4 more hours to an 8 hour ticket: $10 Upgrade to change from ski equipment to snowboard

School Field Trip
(Field Trips must call to register)

                              Students           Students 13 +
                              Ages 7 - 12        & Chaperones
4 Hour Field Trip             $15                $20
Field Trip Available Monday - Friday 9:30AM-1:30PM
Field Trip not available 12/22/03 - 1/02/04, 1/16/04, 1/19/04, 2/13/04, 2/16/04. Upgrades & Early Return
bonus does not apply.

Download Group Waiver
If your group consists of individuals under the age of 18 who will not be accompanied by an adult, click
here to print a copy of the Perfect North Slopes Group Waiver form. The Waiver form is recommended but
not required for individuals skiing/snowboarding at Perfect North Slopes."

Perfect North Slopes is located in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. From I-275 take the US 50 Exit 16, follow ski
area signs north on Indiana Route 1 to ski area entrance.

5. Adventure Golf
(937) 435-0069
615 Miamisburg Centerville Rd
Dayton, OH 45459

1. Incredible Maze of Warren County
Lose yourself this fall in a fantastic corn maze. Hayrides to the Pumpkin Patch, live music by the
campfire, Wagon Train Ride, Straw Maze and Kiddie Tractor Pull.
Open September-October
5971 Bunnell Hill Rd.
Lebanon, OH 45036
(513) 932-6396

In support of agriculture education, the MAiZE has created an elementary education
campaign that includes: Customized ag-in-the-classroom lesson plans and activity sheets
for teachers, discounted field trip opportunities and a "passport" that integrates education
into the MAiZE experience and helps guide children and families along the correct

The MAiZE is the perfect destination for a unique teambuilding experience, catering to
many groups seeking to build team unity...corporations, school groups, scout troops,
church groups, and the list goes on. While working together to find your way out of our
corn maze is a challenge by itself, we've added a few tools to enhance the experience.
Our self-guided Team Building Discussion Guide suggests ways to divide and travel the
maze, which we're sure will help you learn more about your team's dynamics... before,
during, and after the trip through the MAiZE.

Other Activities Include:
      Challenging The Incredible MAiZE
      Hayrides
      Ride through the Pumpkin Patch
      Picnic Area along Willow Pond
      Kiddie Korner including Wagon Train Rides, Peddle tractor pull, and Straw Maze
      Corn Bag Toss
      Live Entertainment Saturday Evenings
      Refreshments Available

From I-75:
Exit Rt 73: Springboro / Franklin Exit. Travel East on Rt 73 for 4 miles to Bunnell Hill
Rd. Travel South on Bunnell Hill Rd. for 1.7 miles.

Admission Prices
      Children 4 years and younger: Free
      5-11 years old: $5.50
      12+ years old: $8.00
      A portion of each admission will donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Hours of Operation

      Sept. 10 - Oct. 31
       Daily school field trips
       Private groups
       Teambuilding and corporate

       Open to public Sept. 24th - Oct. 31st
      Mon-Fri Group Reservations Required
      Fri 6:00 p.m. - Exit by 11:00 p.m.
      Sat 11:00 a.m.- Exit by 11:00 p.m.
      Sun 1:00 p.m. - Exit by 11:00 p.m.
2. Bull Run Farms Haunted Hay Ride

One of the best around - thrills and screams abound!
6070 Springboro Road
Lebanon, OH 45036
(937) 748-2272

Voted 2003 Best Scare and 2003 Grand Champions by Fox 22 Miami Valley Tour of
Terror, you won't want to miss our 16th year of Halloween tradition. Located on over 50
acres of natural woodlands along Bull Run Creek, the thirty minute tractor-drawn
haunted hayride brings a new look and feel this year. Hunker down with your friends and
family as you tour the spooky trails, the unexpected lurking at every turn. Just when you
thought it was safe to go back into the woods...

After the hayride be sure and take in the evening's entertainment featuring story-telling
by the bon fires, the professional stunt bike show showcasing performers from around the
world, enjoy the harvest at our on-site concession stand, pick your own pumpkin and if
you are really brave, dare to enter the new attraction at Bull Run Farms.

3. Windmill Farm Market Hay Ride
Pick Your Own Pumpkin Hayride: Windmill Farm Market, corner of Ohio 48 and 73 in
Springboro. Noon-5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays in October. Groups by appointment
weekdays. Ride through Spook Hollow to choose a pumpkin and return for cider and
popcorn. Cost: $5.95 children (includes pumpkin), $3.95 adults. Information: (937) 885-

4. Tom’s Maze and Pumpkin Farm
Tom Eby Farm
8295 Farmersville-W. Carrollton Rd.
Germantown, OH 45327

Open August 27 through October 31, 2004

Don't settle for a cookie-cutter MAZE that looks good from the air but leaves little to the
imagination on the ground.

Tom's Maze is grown from the ground up and not from the sky down.

During the winter months Tom locks himself in a small room, refusing to come out until he has
created the most challenging and unique MAZE ever imaginable.
2004 is no exception. Tom's Maze beckons newcomers and veterans alike to take the

Friday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
· Saturday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
· Sunday: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
· Labor Day (Sept. 6): 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
· Columbus Day (Oct. 11): 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
· Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday by Group Reservation (25 or
more) — Call 937.866.2777

Bring a flashlight to explore Tom's Maze in the dark!
Admissions accepted right up to closing time.
All guests must be out of the Maze by 11:00 p.m. on Friday & Saturday, 9:00 p.m. on Sundays & Holidays.
Hours subject to change, weather permitting.

General Admission: $6.00
Children 5 and under: Free, with paying adult
Children Under 12 Must Be Accompanied by an Adult.

Make plans early for your groups fall outing to Tom's Maze and be sure to schedule
a raindate so you won't miss out on one of the most unique and fun outdoor
activities in Southwestern Ohio!

Tom's Maze Private Campfire Party Package
By Reservation Only
You supply the food and we'll supply the fun!!! Campfire sites are available for
groups with 20 or more paid admissions at $8 per person.

Party Package includes — Admission to Tom's Maze and your own party
extravaganza including:

                 your own private campfire area (we'll even have the fire roaring by the
                  time you get there)
                 log seating
                 picnic table for your party

Directions From the South:
       Take Interstate 75 North to State Rt. 725 (Dayton Mall) exit. Turn left at the
       bottom of the ramp onto State Rt. 725 and go west. Follow the State Rt. 725
       signs through Miamisburg, but keep your eye out for the signs, it zigs and
       zags once before you go over the river. After you cross the river and go up
       the hill continue until you get to State Route 4. Turn right on State Route 4
       and go approximately ½ mile to Germantown-Liberty Rd. Turn left on
       Germantown-Liberty Rd. and it's approximately 1½ miles to the maze.
1. Patty's Pottery Painting Place
255 B W. Central Avenue
Paint a beautiful piece of craft pottery, or bring a group and have a party! Call 937-748-8707 for
more information.

2. Showcase Cinemas Dayton South
16 Screens
195 Mall Woods Drive
West Carrollton , OH 45449

3. Start Climbing Walls
(937) 434-6968
2700 Miamsbrg Cntrvlle Rd
Dayton, OH 45459

4. Skyborn Skateland

       HOT LINE: (937) 878-5291 (Recorded message)
       Office: (937) 878-4800 or (800) 435-2351 During public sessions or leave
       Operator - David and Carolyn Ripp
       Manager - Dwaine Wheeler

Our rink features a 80' X 170' Rotunda Maple Skating Surface, a great Sound System, 10 by 20
ft. Big Screen Video, the Arcade Area, Skyborn Skatepark and the Snack Bar serving Hot Dogs,
hot -n-tasty Pizza, refreshing Pepsi products, heart healthy Popcorn and a lot more.

Skyborn Skateland is a family owned and operated rink just north of Dayton, Ohio. In a family
atmosphere, reminiscent of the 50's, it's a rink opened in 1956. We are still going strong in
2004! Almost 50 years of skating fun.

       Bring the Mom, Dad, Sissy & Bubby every Tuesday 6:30 - 9 PM for Family Night.
       Afternoon Fun Skates every Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday 1-3 PM (June - August)
       Classic Organ Dance Skating every Wednesday harkens to an era long ago. Great fun
        for everyone.
       Skate to current Christian music on Christian Skate Night every Thursday.
       Bring your friends or make new friends Friday and Saturday nights 7:30 - 11 PM.
       Saturday & Sunday Afternoons 1-4 PM Open Sessions fun for kids and great for birthday
       Join the Skyborn X-Team and skate the Skyborn Skatepark open during all open skating
        session for members.
       Skate for fitness? Did you know 1 lap equals about 424 ft? Sixteen laps equals 1 mile!
      TeamSKYBORN Jam Skating Team Demo and lessons every first and third Saturday of
       the month.
      Join us this summer for healthy air-conditoned fun.

From I-75 south of Downtown Dayton

Take I-75 north to Route 4 North. About 6 mile on Route 4 to the Route 235 /
Chambersburg Rd. exit right, keep going right and you will merge into Route 235.
About 1.3 miles on Route 235 then left on Johnson Rd. (at the Skyborn
Skateland billboard, behind Skyborn Drive-In Theater).

Up to 10 Children for only $75.00
Extra Guests $5.00 each

Included in this Special Price:

      Fun Center Admission
      Party Held in our Snack Bar Party Area (for 35 to 40 Minutes)
      Birthday Child has Choice of Rental
      Guests - Regular Rental Skates
      Parents are Admitted FREE
         Skate Rental is Extra
      Birthday Cake (2 Layer 8”, Serves 10 - 12)
            Vanilla Cake with Vanilla Icing
            Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Icing
      “Roller Roo” Place Settings
      Pitcher of Soft Drink or Punch
      2 Pizza’s (Cut into Squares)
      20 Game Tokens ($5.00 worth)
      Invitations & Maps

5. Skateway
513 422-7213

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