If you have questions about any of the events listed on this page, please call the League Office at 228-4041, unless another point of contact is specified.
6:00 p.m., Talbott Tower.
Dine & Dish with Daniel Baker: Blood in the Streets
6:00 pm, Bier Hall at Carillon Brewing Company, 1000 Carillon Blvd, Dayton. Enjoy a German Buffet with guest speaker Daniel Baker, co-author with Beth Nalls of Blood in the Streets. Baker, a former Dayton homicide detective, gives the historical account of how blacks and whites worked together in Dayton during America's most violent decade, including coming face-to-face with Dayton's serial killer at the scene of his last murder. Cost is $35.00. A cash bar will also be available. The author will sign books and books will be available for purchase. Reserve your place by contacting the League Office at 937-228-4041 or email@example.com; or use the PayPal button below.
Women for Common Ground
6:00 pm, Talbott Tower 10th floor conference room, 127 N. Ludlow St., Dayton. Interested in a different kind of conversation? Women only will gather from the community to have an evening of dialogue, working to bridge gaps and find commonalities we can celebrate. Only one rule: You must bring another woman, whose heart and voice you respect from the opposite political party. If you are an independent, then you may bring another independent. Choose one date only: July 17, July 18, July 19 or July 20. Limit 20 people per group, so RSVP to the League Office (937) 228-4041 to reserve your spot.
Quarterly Social Meeting
6:00 pm, Coco's Bistro, 250 Warren Street, Dayton. If you are a new member, please join us. We’d like to share exciting ways you can be involved with League! Meet with other League members, hear about upcoming Programs and activities, and learn how you can get involved in the Fair Districts campaign this fall. Existing members, please bring your enthusiasm and experience to share with new members. RSVP to the League Office by 17 July, either by phone (937-228-4041), by email ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) or using our convenient web form. We really need a head count to make sure we have enough space reserved.