FREE FIREWORKS SHOW
See Dayton's
First Ever
Fireworks Show
At Dusk
Sunday May 27th
This was a great success!

MAY 26TH & 27TH, 2001

Dayton Founder's Day
Dayton's 150th Birthday Party
honoring pioneer women.
Those who made it and those who didn't.
1851-2001

Schedule of Events

Click Pictures for details

Youth Pow-Wow Dancers
Grass Dancer
Featured Performers
 
Dave Stamey
Dave Stamey
Featured Performer
Richard Elloyan
Richard Elloyan
Featured Performer
 
Medallion
Medallion

IN DAYTON - ENTHUSIASTS WANTED

Hwy 50 Assoc. Wagon TrainThe Highway 50 Association's Wagon Train will be in Dayton and in our Parade.

Relive Settling The Old West By Visiting The Original Emigrant And Pony Express Trails

 

Events For All Comers

  • Pancake breakfast
  • Parade
  • Silent auction
  • Crafts fair
  • Nevada Native American youth pow-wow
  • Wagon train
  • 1850s dancing and music
  • Woman pioneer historical exhibits
  • Living histories
  • Fireworks Show
  • Cemetery tours
  • VFW beard contest
  • Lucena Parsons Postal Station with a collector's stamp cancellation
  • Carson City minted commemorative medallion with pioneer woman and child the logo
  • Dayton Museum open
  • Dedication of new monument for "Old Virginny" buried in Dayton Cemetery. He's the man for whom Virginia City was named and may very well be Nevada's first resident.

MAY 26TH & 27TH, 2001

FOR INFORMATION - CALL US
General Information: 775-246-3256 or 775-246-9653
Booth Registration: Dan South - Cell Phone 530-5704
Parade Manager: Kevin Piper 883-3525, Cell phone 720-1897
or Email
 
Historical Exhibits Welcomed

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