Calendar 2018

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.



8 October
Board Meeting

5:45 p.m., League Office.

9 October
Voter registration deadline

Register to vote by this date to be eligible to vote in the November election.

Candidates Forum: Greene County

7:00 p.m., Beavercreeek Fire Station 2195 Dayton-Xenia Road. This forum will include candidates for Greene County Commissioner, Greene County Clerk of Courts, and Ohio House Districts 73 and 74. The event is free and open to the public.

10 October
Early Voting Begins

Early voting begins on this date, either in person at your County Board of Elections, or by mail (absentee ballot). See our Voter FAQ page for links to instructions.

Candidates Forum: Montgomery County

6:30 - 9:00 p.m., Boonshoft Center for Jewish Culture and Education, 525 Versailles Dr, Centerville. The Dayton Area League, the Washington-Centerville Public Library and the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Dayton will jointly present this forum moderated by the Honorable Judge Walter Rice. All candidates in contested county and state-wide offices whose names will appear on the Montgomery County ballot have been invited. Each candidate will have up to two minutes on microphone followed by Q&A. Refreshments will be served. For more information or if you need any special accommodations, contact the League office at (937) 228-4041 or The event is free and open to the public.

18 October
No Small Matter

7: 00 p.m., THE NEON, 130 E. Fifth Street Dayton (free parking at 5th & Sinclair, or in the Transportation Center Garage. Validate your parking ticket at the Box Office.) Join us for this FREE one-time screening of the compelling new documentary about the lack of affordable childcare and how this crisis is overwhelming families and hurting our kids. We'll have a provocative post-screening discussion about the film and what needs to change to ensure children are getting the care they need when their brains are being hard-wired for life. FREE tickets are available at the door, or reserve your spot by registering online. Reservations will be taken until noon on 18 Oct and will be held until 20 minutes before the film starts.

23 October
Patterson, Politics, and Petticoats

Carillon Park Brewery, 1000 Carillon Blvd. Dayton. Enjoy historical beer and European Comfort food as we listen to tales by Dayton historian Jim Charters who will talk about John Patterson, his historic role in Dayton and how he helped lead the way for women's right to vote. Event cost is $35. RSVP to the League office by 13 October at 228-4041, email, or by using the PayPal link below to pay online. This event supports the League’s educational projects, including our Voters Guide.

6 November
General Election