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RTA Shuttles Available for Dayton Art Institute's Oktoberfest
DAYTON -- The Dayton Art Institutes annual Oktoberfest takes place this weekend, Sept. 2729 on the museum grounds.
A variety of parking and shuttle services are available throughout the weekend. The Dayton Art Institute encourages guests to use those services and only park in approved locations. There is no parking on the levy across from the museum or in McKinley Park during Oktoberfest.
FRIDAY BUSINESS LUNCH
RTA will provide free shuttles from downtown Dayton to the Business Lunch on Friday. Shuttles run from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Look for shuttle stop locations along Main Street, Fifth Street and Second Street. Street parking is also available in the neighborhood surrounding The DAI.
Street parking is available in the neighborhood surrounding The Dayton Art Institute for the Preview Party on Friday. No shuttle services are offered for the Preview Party. There is no parking on the levy across from the museum or in McKinley Park during the Preview Party.
New Shuttle Location! Getting to and from Oktoberfest is a snap, with free shuttle services offered on Saturday and Sunday. Park for free at the University of Dayton parking lot on River Park Drive, between the Dayton Marriott and Dayton Daily News building. River Park Drive may be accessed from either Main Street or Patterson Boulevard. From there, take the free shuttle directly to and from Oktoberfest. On Saturday, there will be three shuttles running continuously from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and four shuttles running from 5 p.m. to midnight. On Sunday, three shuttles will run continuously from 11:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
RTA Shuttles: You may also park downtown and catch a free RTA shuttle to and from Oktoberfest on Saturday and Sunday. RTA shuttles will run directly to the event from stops along Fifth Street, Main Street and Second Street. Look for the RTA shuttles with Oktoberfest destination signs and board at any stop along this route. There is no charge for the RTA shuttle ride. RTA shuttles will run from a half hour before opening until a half hour after close each day. Limited street parking is available in the neighborhoods surrounding The DAI on Saturday and Sunday, but The DAI encourages attendees to use the free shuttles.
For more about Oktoberfest, go to www.daytonartinstitute.org/oktoberfest or call 937-223-4ART (4278). The community is also encouraged to join the Oktoberfest celebration on The Dayton Art Institutes Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages, and tag posts with the hashtag #OktroberfestDayton.
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