Engineers Club Reservations for Lunch, Dinner & Barn Gang!
Join us in the dining room for Lunch on Tuesdays through Fridays ( 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.)
Barn Gang Luncheons held on Tuesdays as well.
Dinners are available every other Thursday.
Please be sure to make reservations by clicking on the link below. We look forward to seeing you again, and be sure to contact us with any questions or concerns.
More Engineering Club Benefits
The Engineers Club of Dayton provides spacious, yet functional, accommodations for a wide range of business meetings, seminars and workshops. Food and beverage services also available. View more…
Back in 1914, Deeds and Kettering were members of a group known as Barn Gang. The group met in a barn on Deeds’ property to discuss engineering and other scientific issues. These days, we host luncheon presentations with guest speakers discussing current technology on most Tuesdays at 11:15 a.m. Find out more…
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. There are several ways for area engineers to join our esteemed club, with both Corporate and Individual Memberships available. View memberships…
Looking for an elegant and memorable venue for your next event? The Engineers Club of Dayton is the perfect choice for weddings, receptions, banquets, corporate events and more. We provide a variety of rooms and catering options to help fit all your needs. Turn to the ECD for your special events. More on hosting solutions…
Members of the Club Include:
- Business Owners
- Healthcare Professionals
- Financial Planners
- University Faculty & Students
- Patent Holders
- Military Officers
- Active Military
- WPAFB Employees
- Property Managers
- Young Professionals
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DAYTON, Ohio — The Engineers Club of Dayton was formed in 1914 by Colonel Edward Deeds and Charles Kettering, as a hub for industry and technology.
“Initially inspired by automotive, and then gravitated toward aviation, and always followed the aviation heritage of the area,” said Steven Smith, a Dayton area Chief Systems Engineer with the Air Force.
Smith, a former president of The Engineers Club of Dayton, joined the club in the 90s as a young professional in the community working at General Motors, knowing and admiring the building’s rich history.