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First-ever Historic Happy Hour is May 18

WORTHINGTON -- The Historic Dayton House will host its first-ever Historic Happy Hour from 5 to 6:30 p.m. May 18. Mike Woll Investments is sponsoring the evening.

WORTHINGTON - The Historic Dayton House will host its first-ever Historic Happy Hour from 5 to 6:30 p.m. May 18. Mike Woll Investments is sponsoring the evening.

 

“We are honored to play almost any role at the Historic Dayton House, especially when it’s an event that allows people to come together to celebrate everyday life and our community,” Mike Woll Investments Owner Mike Woll said. “We hope people will stop in after their busy work week

to relax, enjoy the historic surrounds, play the yard game Kubb and to help kick off this first Historic Happy Hour event. Our office looks forward to greeting everyone that attends.”

 

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Historic Happy Hours were a vision of the Historic Dayton House Event Committee and House Director, Gretchen Scheidt.

 

“We wanted to present an opportunity in which House members and their guests could utilize the House in a fun and relaxed way,” Scheidt said. “It was our vision to open up the House so that people could enjoy the local landmark and socialize with friends and other community members. We hope that through these Historic Happy Hours that we will get members more active in House happenings, and that they will bring guests who will then be exposed to the House and all that it has to offer.”

 

Historic Happy Hours will take place on a quarterly basis and are available to be sponsored by local businesses and/or community members. Included in the sponsorship fee are appetizers from The Beach House, promotion via social media and newsletters, distribution of posters throughout town, promotion via various media outlets as well as company branding at the event. Historic Happy Hours are free events for House members and their bona fide guests.

 

For more information, visit www.daytonhouse.org .

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