The Engineers Club of Dayton


Venue for Weddings & Events Elegant, Intimate Destination for Your Special Event The Engineers Club of Dayton offers the perfect location for weddings or reception! Overlooking RiverScape, the Club provides a variety of rooms that exude turn-of-the-century elegance and can accommodate just about any size event. Let us take the guess work out of your

Business Meetings

Business Meetings Off-site, Corporate Gathering Spot The Engineers Club of Dayton provides spacious, yet functional, accommodations for a wide range of business meetings, seminars and workshops. Whether your event is large or small, draw on the inspiration and historical significance that lives within our walls to make your next gathering something beyond the ordinary. In

Privacy Policy

Engineers Club of Dayton Privacy Policy — as of September 12, 2019 How Will We Collect Personal Information? You are under no obligation to disclose any personal information to us at any time. We collect information you provide in a secure and confidential manner. For example, whenever you participate in any interactive features of the

1918 Capital Campaign

1918 Capital Campaign Pledging to Ensure the ECD’s Future We rely upon the generosity and contributions from our members to ensure the Club receives the proper maintenance and renovations. This 1918 Capital Campaign is the main vehicle in collecting the necessary financial resources for such work. All tax-deductible contributions to the Engineers Club of Dayton

Committees Signup

Committees, Be Part of the Engineers Club We greatly appreciate your interest in the Engineers Club of Dayton and the member committees we have available. It is only through the outstanding participation of our members that we can continue to make such a difference in the Dayton community, schools and local organizations. If you are

About Us

The Engineers Club of Dayton Over 100 Years of History & Tradition The Engineers’ Club of Dayton was founded in 1914 by Charles F. Kettering and Colonel Edward A. Deeds as an association for the area’s leading engineers and technicians. The sharing of ideas and camaraderie certainly helped Dayton to become one of the country’s