COVID-19 Temporary Facility Closures & Event Cancellations in Dayton, OH

List of Closures & Cancellations in Dayton, OH Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

By Product Expert | Posted in Community on Monday, March 30th, 2020 at 3:00 PM
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COVID-19 Temporary Facility Closures & Event Cancellations in Dayton, OH

To protect the health and wellbeing of residents in the greater Dayton area during the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), many facilities have been temporarily closed and events delayed or cancelled. We’ve created a list of COVID-19 temporary facility closures and event cancellations in Dayton, OH to help keep the community informed. 


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In addition to the closure of all schools for three weeks (Mar. 16 – Apr. 3), most major events with over 100 attendees have been cancelled or postponed. All bars and restaurants have had their dining rooms closed as of Sunday, March 15th. Many restaurants are offering delivery and carryout options as a result. A list of restaurants with delivery and carryout options can be found here.

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How to Keep Up to Date with Cancellations & Closures in Dayton, OH


Closed until further notice:

  • 2nd Street Market
  • Dayton Art Institute
  • Dayton Rec Centers
  • Dayton Metro Library
  • National Museum of the U.S. Air Force
  • All Dayton Performing Arts Venues

Events Cancelled or Delayed:

  • Dayton Heart Ball at Sinclair Community College
  • Taste of Greene County
  • Spring Into Health 5K & Fair
  • Southern Ohio Indoor Music Festival
  • Wright State University International Festival
  • YWCA Women of Influence Luncheon

Because of the ongoing nature of the COVID-19 situation, plans may change quickly. If possible, community members are encouraged to contact venue owners over the phone or via email to confirm operating hours and event status.

Due to the large number of cancellations, delays and closures at this time, this list is not definitive. More information about event cancellations and closures in and around Dayton, OH can be found at the Dayton Local website. Venue owners and event hosts are asked to report any cancellations, closures or delays to the Dayton Local website by using this contact form.

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