Club Information
You are welcome
We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:15 PM
Various
CBD Club
Auckland,
New Zealand
Speakers
No Meeting Today instead Tuesday 2 March
Mar 01, 2021
Replaced with RC of Newmarket meeting on Tuesday 2 March to hear Peter Lester on America's Cup
Lunch Meeting with RC of Newmarket
Mar 02, 2021
Speaker Peter Lester at Ellerslie Convention Centre
Wayne Brown
Mar 15, 2021
Moving Auckland's Port Up North - venue TBC

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The next two Mondays are public holidays on 1 and 8 February, so our next meeting will be on Monday February 15, when we will have two speakers – the Mayor or Auckland Phil Goff and our own Rotary District Governor Craig Horrocks.  The venue will be the Wintergarden at the Northern Club.   Please confirm your attendance with Jacqui in the office (office@aucklandrotary.org.nz).  You are very welcome to bring visitors.
The Rotary Club of Auckland Harbourside invites you to their Rotary Chinese New Year fundraising Dinner on 27 February 2021, with all profits going to various Rotary projects. The evening includes a 10 course banquet dinner, a bottle of red and white wine on each table as well as juice.  If you would like to attend, then please contact Jacqui in the office office@aucklandrotary.org.nz
When: Saturday 27 February 2021
Where: Grand Harbour Restaurant, 28 Custom Street West, Auckland CBD
Time: 6.30pm start
Cost: $99.90 per person
The Rotary Club of Mt Eden would love to have some paperbacks and jigsaw puzzles for the Mt Eden Corrections Facility, that meet the following guidelines - paperbacks only (no hardcovers) in very good condition – clean, with no loose pages and no yellowed/stained pages – in the following categories:
 
Fiction aimed at a male audience (currently NO general fiction, romance or books aimed at women):
  • Crime
  • Thriller
  • Historical
  • Sci fi & fantasy
  • Classic titles
Non-Fiction written for a general audience (as opposed to academic audience/textbooks):
  • History (NZ, Māori, war/military, ancient & general)
  • Self-help
  • Modern biographies & sport biographies
  • Cars & motorbikes
  • Meditation, yoga & mental wellness
 
Also wanted:
  • Books in a non-English language – especially Te Reo Māori or Portuguese (NO Chinese language books)
  • Dictionaries & thesauri (small or pocket-sized)
  • Colourful atlases (particularly small, slim or soft cover versions)
  • Jigsaw puzzles (with no missing pieces) – great for keeping restless minds busy
If you have any of these items you would like to donate, then to arrange pickup/drop off, please contact:
Or
Frances Loo info@chapter.co.nz 021635027 (c/- Chapter Book and Tea Shop, 442 Mt Eden Rd OR c/- K.C. Loo Fruit Centre, 436 Mt Eden Rd)
Please make a note of this date – Friday 18 June 2021 – as this will be when we hold an evening cocktail party to celebrate our Club’s centenary.  On Monday 13 June 1921 at Prior’s Restaurant in the Strand Arcade, it was proposed that a Rotary Club be established in Auckland and as they say, the rest is history.  Once details for this event have been finalised, an invitation will be distributed.
As this Rotary year’s District Governor Craig Horrocks is a member of our Club, we are organising the D9920 Conference, which will be held on Saturday 19 June 2021 – please make a note of this date in your diary.  Once details for this event have been confirmed they will be made available to everyone.
Experience the energy of Rotary like never before in a city filled with tradition and infused with ingenuity. Join us at the 2021 Rotary International Convention in Taipei, Taiwan, 12-16 June.  Registration is now open and with so much to see and do, the convention is an experience you won’t want to miss.
 
This week the new Rotary ‘Give Every Child A Future’ website was launched  https://everychildafuture.com.  This is the Rotary Australasia centenary project to save lives by vaccinating 100,000 children across nine Pacific Island countries against three diseases and to establish sustainable vaccination programs in each country.