The first century of Rotary Service is worth celebrating. And we will do this in grand style on Wednesday 21st April 2021. Save The Date!
You will be invited to a big event in Melbourne along with 1000+ Rotarians across Australia and New Zealand to celebrate and reflect upon a century of achievement, community building and fellowship. International Rotary dignitaries, Vice Regal representatives, business and community leaders plus Friends of Rotary are being invited. Ambitious? Yes, but we only have one chance in a lifetime to celebrate such a grand affair.
25th May, 2018
This year's Brighton Lunch raises awareness for mental health, promoting the importance of early intervention and removing the stigma often associated with mental health conditions. In Australia, it's estimated that 45 per cent of people will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime and we are fortunate to have a number of inspiring and courageous speakers to share their stories.
June 9th to the 11th, 2018
This major art event has developed a considerable following as a much sought after exhibition opportunity and an important fundraising activity for the Bacchus Marsh Rotary Club, enabling considerable support for many local and international projects.
Held every Queen’s Birthday Weekend, the exhibition attracts artists from all over Australia and is enthusiastically supported by local residents and visitors alike. Its popularity and success was manifest once again as it celebrated its 47th consecutive year last Queen’s Birthday weekend.
Tuesday 15 May 2018, 6:30pm for 7:00pm
Ascot House, 50 Fenton St, Ascot Vale : $75 pp 2 Course Meal - drinks included
Key note speaker - Alex Lavelle - Editor The Age
Alex Lavelle was appointed editor of the Age in late 2016. He had previously been news director, news editor and sports editor. He joined the Age in 1999 from the UK, where he had worked as a sports journalist for Mirror Group newspapers.
The Rotary E-club of Melbourne invites you to join them to watch the movie Breathe - starring Claire Doy, Hugh Boneville & Andrew Garfield.
Based on a true story of a Polio survivor, this movie will showcase how far we have come with the vision, started by Rotary of eradicating this disease from the world.
While Polio still exists, the world must continue to vaccinate every child. All proceeds go the ongoing fight to End Polio.
Event Date: Sunday 6th May, 2018
Venue: Sun Theatre
Address: 8 Ballarat Street, Yarraville
Hosted by the Rotary Club of Hoppers Crossing
Sunday 29 April, Encore Events Centre, 80 Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing, 3029
An Expo for those planning a wedding in Melbourne's West is being held on 30 April 2017.
There will be a wide range of industry specialists in attendance including: Marriage Celebrants, Wedding Photographers, Hair and Make-Up, Bonbonnieres, Fireworks, Wedding Invitations and Stationery, Wedding Reception Venues, Wedding Cakes, Wedding Florists, Wedding Dresses, Wedding Gown Cleaning, Mother-of-the-Bride Wear, Male Formal Wear, Wedding Gifts, Decorations, and Wedding Cars and Limousines.
The Rotary Club of Caroline Springs is hosting an afternoon tea on Sunday 6th May where you will hear from western suburbs identity, Les Twentyman.
With many years of experience behind him, Les will be talking about the problems that our youth in the west are facing. Many of the young people he comes in touch with are exposed to poverty, abuse, violence, discrimination and isolation. It's his wish and determination to achieve a positive future that is free from these challenges.
If you would like to attend this function, click here to view the details.
Join Rotary Club of North Balwyn as they celeberate their birthday
Thursday May 10, 2018
Kew Golf Club - 6pm - 6.30pm
The evening includues:
$37 / per person
Bookings via Hogo Goetze (firstname.lastname@example.org)
21st April, 2017 - St Kilda Town Hall.
"A splash of Green"
Rotary Port Melbourne invites you to where 'A splash of Green' for a Gala Night of Fun & Festivities
Live Music from one of Melbourne's top bands
3 courses with Red and White Wine on every table
Online Bookings - RCPM shop at rcpm.org.au
All Funds go to the Belola School
Hosted by Rotary Club of Essendon
WHEN Tues 10 April 2018 6:30pm for 7pm start
WHERE Waterloo Cup Hotel, 252 Maribyrnong Rd, Moonee Ponds
COST $45 pp 3 Course meal, Drinks at bar prices
RSVP Monday 26 March
For further information: Roger Leask 0412 706 566 or Jane Carbone 0417329 005
Lien holds a Bachelor of Optometry from the University of Melbourne and Master of Optometry from the University of NSW. She has experience working in low-income settings internationally as well as throughout Australia. In 2013 she was awarded the inaugural D9800 Global Grant from the Rotary Foundation to study a Master of Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She has since worked at Indigenous Eye Health , and now manages 2 delightful tots as well as our Project EndTrachoma by 2020
The Rotary Club of Carlton is holding a second-hand Book Fair the weekend of 5th and 6th May, 10am-5pm, at the Kathleen Syme Library and Community Centre, 251 Faraday Street, Carlton VIC 3053.
Around 10,000 items will be available priced from $1.
Join Rotary Club of Port Melbourne and help celebrate the work of the Hospital Bed Bank, Banco de Catres Clinicos.
Monday 12th February, 2018, 6pm for 6.30pm
The Water Rat Hotel, 256 Moray St., South Melbourne
Our Guest Speaker P.P. Fernando Meier
10th February, 2018 10am,-3pm
The CHADSTONE CRAFT MARKET draws together people interested in selling and buying predominantly hand craft items across the spectrum of craft from aromatherapy, candles, body care products, to handmade baby and children wares to cards, homewares, jewellery and wood wares.
Saturday 16th June, 6pm
Benefitting "End Trachoma by 2020".
Feb 20, 2018
Mrs Amanda Elliott, Chairman Victoria Racing Club
Amanda Elliott was elected to the VRC Committee in 2002, the second female committee member in 140 years. In 2011 she became Vice Chairman making her the first female executive office holder at the VRC. She has served as VRC representative of the Australian Stud Book and Director of Australian Genetics Testing, and is currently in charge of the Design Group for the proposed new Club Stand, as well as a member of the Masterplan sub-committee, Grounds and Gardens, and Disciplinary committees. Amanda is a Director of a family pastoral company.