The DPC organizes many regular monthly events: some social, some workshops. We also host some larger quarterly and yearly events. Our events are meant to be as open as possible, are located in public spaces, and are free to attend. One need not be pagan to stop by!
Partner organizations also host some of their own events and rituals in their spaces: see our Calendar page for the larger google calendar of local and nearby events.
Pagans Night Out (PNO)
This event is always on the 13th of the month, 7pm to 9pm, in the Party Room at Donatos Pizza, 5600 Airway Rd, Dayton, OH.
PNO is primarily a social meetup with the occasional speaker.
Panera Pagan Meetup
Another social meetup, this one is always the Second Wednesday of the month, 7pm to 9pm, at Panera Bread, 2751 Fairfield Commons Blvd, Beavercreek, OH
Tarot / Divination Meetup
This open meetup focuses on divination, with a spotlight on tarot. Each month includes a new layout to try. Many attendees bring multiple decks. Come to try giving a reading, getting a reading, or just learn from others.
This event is always the Third Thursday of the month, 7pm to 9pm at Panera Bread, 2751 Fairfield Commons Blvd, Beavercreek, OH
This workshop focuses on studying Runes and their magickal uses, and is typically on hte 24th of the month, 7pm to 9pm at Donatos Pizza, 5600 Airway Rd, Dayton, OH.
This social event is on the Fourth Wednesday of the month, 7pm to 9pm, at Panera Bread, 6550 Miller Ln, Dayton, OH
Look for a copy of Starhawk’s “Spiral Dance” to identify the group.
Our quarterly Psychic Fairs partner with multiple local readers to provide a range of reading types; previous fairs have included a runes reader, clairvoyant, palm reader, and crystal healer! Vendors are present to sell their wares.
These fairs also serve as some of the major fundraisers for DPC.
Other fundraising events run throughout the year – see our Fundraisers page for more info!
Dayton Pagan Pride Day
This yearly festival is in autumn, typically within a month or so of Mabon. It is outdoors (rain or shine) and includes rituals, speakers and presentations, vendors, and much more!
The event is free to attend, yet please consider bringing non-perishable foods for the event’s Food Drive as we celebrate the harvest by sharing with our Dayton community.
See more at the Dayton PPD Site!