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Upcoming Events:

Please join us on October 30th for a FREE Drive-in screening of Hocus Pocus! Show starts at 7:30 PM in the lot behind Stage Door (enter from 2nd Street).

To ensure a safe and healthy event, please stay in your car. We cannot let folks visit with friends or hang out in groups outside of vehicles. If you must use the restroom or grab some food, please limit the time you spend outside your car and note that masks must be worn at all times outside of your vehicle. If you get out of your car, remember to maintain a minimum distance of 6 ft between you and other attendees.

The owners of the lot are kind enough to let us use the parking lot, but we need to leave it like we find it – please do not throw any items (movie props, littler, etc.) outside your vehicle.

Here’s a few more points about the show:

  • Sound for the movie will be broadcast using an FM transmitter. Tune to 99.3 FM on your radio for the movie sound.
  • Spaces will be set out so that there will be a minimum of 6ft between cars, so please follow the volunteer instructions for parking.
  • There will be no concessions so please bring your own or visit Stage Door, M.J.’s, Right Corner, or other local establishments for food or beverages.
  • There are no public restrooms on the premises.

We hope to see you there!

Black Lives Matter

Update – The Board of the Greater Dayton LGBT Center is unwavering in our support of BLM. The continued negative treatment of people of color shows us just how far we have yet to go. Therefore, we stand resolved that it goes without saying that America is in a state of chaos – we are broken and angry. There are injustices and inequalities everywhere, but the slow, painful, suffocating death of an unarmed, restrained, black male at the hands of a white police officer is unconscionable. We, the Board of Directors of The Greater Dayton LGBT Center, stand in unity with our brothers and sisters of color. We stand with Black Lives Matter against the overbearing oppression of police abuse and unnecessary use of force against people of color all across our nation.
Folks in the LGBTQIA+ community have fought for rights for many years, but our movement is relatively young compared with the long history of racism and oppression in America. Systematic racism and mistreatment of black and brown citizens continues around our country, and we say ‘Enough is enough’. Living the intersection of the black community and the LGBTQIA+ is especially challenging as discrimination and oppression is felt from multiple angles.
George Floyd, John Crawford III, Eric Garner, Michael Brown and the thousands of other citizens of color who have lost their lives to police brutality should never be forgotten. Again, we stand with Black Lives Matter and all our brothers and sisters of color in this time of national crisis. In the words of Dr. Martin Luther King “True peace is not merely the absence of tension; it is the presence of justice.” – Stride Toward Freedom, 1958. We stand ready and willing to help bring about the systemic change that will someday eradicate these killings from everyday life and bring about real justice for not just our community, but for all minorities everywhere.
-The Board of The Greater Dayton LGBT Center

COVID-19 Update –

The Greater Dayton LGBT Center is always looking to protect our members and keep our community safe. As part of the CDC recommendations and State of Ohio’s efforts to minimize the spread of COVID-19, The Greater Dayton LGBT Center is discontinuing any non-essential programs until further notice.

We WILL continue essential support groups including our weekly Alcoholics Anonymous, SOAR- Survivors Overcoming Assault and Rape, Pozitive Attitudes HIV+, and The Gatlyn-Dame Transgender Group. We have made arrangements for these groups to meet remotely.   For information on how to join the online meetings, please contact us at

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