Engineers Club of Dayton

 
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Club Information

Engineers Club of Dayton

Engineer's Club of Dayton

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Club Hours: Monday - Wednesday 9am-5pm, Thursday 9am-6pm, and Friday 9am - 9pm
(937) 228-2148
110 E. Monument Ave.
Dayton, OH  45402
United States
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January 18th 5:30pm - 8:00pm
 
Come join us this Friday for an evening you and your family are sure to enjoy!  We will feature a Triple Entrée Buffet, a Seafood Special, and our Chef’s Featured Special. 
 
Triple Entrée Buffet $25.95
 For our buffet we will be offering Sliced Beef Tenderloin Asada, Four Cheese Baked Zitti, BBQ Salmon with Corn Relish, Creamy Garlic Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes, Roasted Green Beans with Sauteed Mushrooms, Salad, and Dessert.
 
Although reservations are not required they are encouraged so we can guarantee a table for you and your family. 
 
For Reservations please contact Brenda at 228-2148.
 
 
Join us Friday, January 18th after dinner for Special Speaker, Paul Cooper.
  Dinner will start at 5:00pm in the Dining Room followed by Paul Cooper speaking at 7:00pm in the Auditorium.  Paul will be speaking on Veterans in the First Air War.
VETERANS IN THE FIRST AIR WAR
Aircraft had only been manufactured for less than five years when World War One began.  The airplane was considered a novelty with little practical military value.  As the trench warfare dragged on, aircraft developed many uses and soon became indispensable to modern warfare.  Soon American airmen would be instrumental to bringing the war to a conclusion.
 Local historian with Masters Degree from the University of Dayton, Paul Cooper is a retired Air Force Brigadier General and pilot with 35 years of service.  He has combat experience in Vietnam, Desert Storm, and Bosnia and has commanded three different air bases.  He serves on the Board of Trustees at the Foundation of the National Museum of the Air Force.
 
For this event reservations are required.  Please make your reservation by calling
 (937) 228-2148 or by emailing Darbie Kincaid at dkincaid@engineersclub.org
 
 
Barn Gang

The next Barn Gang Luncheon will be on, Tuesday, January 22nd. Suresh Iyer will be speaking on
"Smart Workforce Platform"  Salmon Patties, Mac & Cheese, and California Blend Vegetables will be served for lunch at 11:00am.
 
 
 
  **Future Barn Gang topics can be found on the right-hand side of the Club's website (engineersclub.org) under the "Downloads" column. You can also look ahead to see what the menu will be by accessing the  lunch menus located under the same column; Barn Gang is always served the Group Buffet **
 

 
Join us Friday, January 18th for Dinner and Special Speaker, Paul Cooper.
 
  Dinner will start at 5:00pm in the Dining Room followed by Paul Cooper speaking at 7:00pm in the Auditorium.  Paul will be speaking on Veterans in the First Air War.
 
VETERANS IN THE FIRST AIR WAR
Aircraft had only been manufactured for less than five years when World War One began.  The airplane was considered a novelty with little practical military value.  As the trench warfare dragged on, aircraft developed many uses and soon became indispensable to modern warfare.  Soon American airmen would be instrumental to bringing the war to a conclusion.
 Local historian with Masters Degree from the University of Dayton, Paul Cooper is a retired Air Force Brigadier General and pilot with 35 years of service.  He has combat experience in Vietnam, Desert Storm, and Bosnia and has commanded three different air bases.  He serves on the Board of Trustees at the Foundation of the National Museum of the Air Force.
 
For this event reservations are required.  Please make your reservation by calling (937) 228-2148 or by emailing Darbie Kincaid at dkincaid@engineersclub.org
 
 
 
February 1st 7:00pm in the Auditorium
 
Come join us in the Auditorium to watch Poseidon Adventures featuring Gene Hackman.  Nine people explore a cruise ship at sea in a manner that turns their whole lives upside down.  A passenger ship, on her way to the scrap yard is pushed to her limits by the new owners to save on the dismantling fees. A tidal wave hits her, flipping her over so that all the internal rooms are upside down. A priest takes a mixed band of survivors on a journey through the bowels of the ship in an attempt to survive. 
 
At midnight on New Year's Eve, the SS Poseidon is struck by a 90-foot tidal wave and is capsized. Reverend Frank Scott leads nine survivors; an elderly couple, Manny and Belle Rosen headed to Israel to see their grandson; A New York detective and his ex-prostitute wife, Mike and Linda Rogo on their second honeymoon to Italy; A young brother and sister, Robin and Susan Shelby going to meet their parents in Greece; A haberdasher James Martin; a pop singer Nonnie Parry, and a waiter from the ship Acres. They travel from the grand ballroom struggling through, steam, fire and rising water in the upside-down ship to reach the bottom (the propeller shaft), now the top.
 
March 1st:  War of the Worlds featuring Tom Cruise
 
Is there a movie that you would like to see?  Please email Darbie Kincaid at dkincaid@engineersclub.org with your suggestions.
 
 
 
 
Sunday Brunch
February 3rd   11:00am - 2:00pm
 
The buffet includes an Omelet Station, Country Ham, Bacon, Hash Brown Casserole, Biscuits & Gravy, Seasoned Beef, Seared Salmon, Wild Rice Pilaf, Roasted Vegetables, and salad bar.
 
Please contact Brenda 228-2148 for reservations. Although a reservation is not required, they are appreciated! 
 
We hope to see you all in February!
 
Learn to Play Mag Jongg
 

The Engineer’s Club flourished in the current building starting in 1918 with ever increasing membership and activities during the decades that followed, but most especially during the 1920’s, 1930’s and 1940’s. As it just so happens, that is exactly the same time frame when the game of Mah Jongg was growing in popularity in this country. The evidence for this rapid growth was the opening of Mah Jongg parlors, restaurants, newspaper and magazine articles, songs, music, parties, shops etc., during this same time period. Surely the Wright Family and other prominent members of The Club knew about Mah Jongg (and maybe even played) because it was such a popular leisure activity during these decades, and even into the decades that followed. While these early Dayton Industrialists were constantly thinking, inventing, and doing, they must have had “some” leisure time” for rest, relaxation and companionship. Mah Jongg provides all that and more.

While the game died off quite a bit in popularity during the 1980’s and l990’s; it’s coming back these days with gusto! We have introduced the game of Mah Jongg into The Engineer’s Club on Wednesday’s starting at 11:00 and welcome ALL Club members to come learn this challenging game, enjoy the Club’s delicious lunch buffet service and to have fun. You are on your own for the lunch charge, and there is no charge for the Mah Jongg lessons. You will need to purchase an official National Mah Jongg League playing card that costs either $8 for a small card or $9 for a large version (easier to read text). These cards will be available for purchase. 

If you have any questions you are encouraged to call Gina Papa at 937-429-4380. 

Valentine's Day Wine Tasting
 
at 7:00pm on Friday February 15th!!!  
 
Enjoy a tasting of wines from Romantic Cities of Europe and a variety of homemade dishes!
The manager of wines at the Dorothy Lane Market will give a short informal talk about the wines of Chef Laura’s choice, which have been picked to compliment a variety of her homemade dishes. For this special event, reservations are required; $55 per person inclusive. 
 
Please call 228-2148 to make your reservation by 3:00pm on Tuesday, February 12, 2019.

 

Just A Reminder. . .

Our Dining Room is open for lunch Monday through Friday from 11:30am until 2:00pm.  Come check out our great new menu which included gourmet sandwiches, fresh salads, seafood, and more!  Along with an extensive salad bar and homemade soups that are available Monday through Friday we offer a double entrée buffet on Wednesday and Thursday.

 

Don’t Forget About Our Lunch Punch Cards . . .

Each time you dine at the Engineers Club for lunch, we will punch your card. Once you have accumulated nine punches, you'll receive a free lunch. Punch cards are available at the front desk, or feel free to ask your server for one while you're dining.

Happy Hour

Just a reminder that we are open on Thursday for Happy Hour from 4:00pm – 7:00pm.  Stop in and have a drink with fellow members, or bring a group of co-workers.  We are still offering icy cold draft beer on tap, a large selection of bottled beer, top shelf spirits, and a variety of wines.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Just a reminder that any vehicle parked in our parking lot should have an Engineers Club parking sticker in either their front or back window.  In an effort to keep our parking lot available for members and their guests we will be towing any vehicle that does not have a parking sticker.  If you need a temporary parking pass for a guest you can pick one up at the front desk.  If you have any questions please contact Darbie Kincaid at (937) 228-2148 ext 111 or dkincaid@engineersclub.org