A spring is defined as water overflowing from an aquifer. In this particular spring, the water underground is clear, but turns yellow when it hits the air. The iron in the water becomes rust when exposed to air, and turns into the well-known yellowish orange color that gave Yellow Springs its name. Experts theorize the water may run through an iron deposit underground (called a vugg) or the geology of the area could just contain excess iron.
To the lady who met Bethany’s mother at the base hospital yesterday: we would love to know who you are, and we thank you for your kind words!
This year was only the second year for Gem City Made, but Beavercreek Nazarene has been holding a Holiday Bazaar every November for over 25 years! We’ll make sure to post details about the Holiday Bazaar before the event in early November.
During the event, we made sure to visit every booth, and we saw a few familiar faces, but met a lot of great new vendors.
May 25-26, 2018
Old Yellow Cab Building
700 East 4th Street
Admission is free, and donations to support the event are accepted.
Come see a variety of art installations, expressions, paintings, sculptures, etc.
Friday, May 18th: 5pm-11pm
Saturday, May 19th: 11am-11pm
Sunday, May 20th 11am-6pm
Dayton Convention Center, 22 E Fifth Street, Dayton 45402
Here are some pictures from previous years!