Date: November 29, 2016
Contact: Carrie A. Dittman, Centerville-Washington Park District,
Subject: Luminary Walk at Bill Yeck Park

CENTERVILLE, OH: Enjoy a one-mile candlelit stroll through a beautiful nature park! The Centerville-Washington Park District is hosting its eighth annual Luminary Walk on Friday, December 9 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. This local holiday tradition takes place at Bill Yeck Park, a 194-acre nature park located on E. Centerville Station Road. Free parking is available at 2100 E. Centerville Station Rd.

Warm up by the bonfire and stop inside the historic house for hot chocolate, live holiday music and a visit with Mrs. Claus! Participants are encouraged to bring travel-sized toiletry items to donate to Helping Hands of Dayton, a local nonprofit that provides basic necessities to families with a child admitted to intensive care at local hospitals. During the event, you may assist Helping Hands of Dayton by making get well cards for the children.

The Luminary Walk is free to attend, but preregistration is requested at You may also call (937) 433-5155 to register. A shorter path is available for those prefer to skip the one-mile walk.


The Centerville-Washington Park District operates eight community parks, nine nature parks, and 33 neighborhood parks encompassing more than 1,000 acres in Centerville and Washington Township. For more information about the Centerville-Washington Park District, please call (937) 433-5155 or visit