Speaker Date Topic
Graham Peden - Rotary District Governor Aug 23, 2019 5:30 PM
District Strategy
District Strategy

Support our very own District Governor, Graham Peden as he outlines the strategy for our Rotary District.

Our sundowner meeting gives an ideal opportunity to continue the conversation after the event and network with members before the weekend. 

 

PERTH ROTARY - Family Style Buffet -  Evening Event 

When: On Friday 23rd August 2019

Location: Parmelia Hilton Hotel 14 Mill Street, Perth, WA

Time: 5:15pm for 5:30pm  - 7:00pm 

Cost: $45.00 (Adult) Children 17 and Under $15.00 each

 Bookings essential to: info@rotaryperth.org.au

Perth Rotary now sends out invites to all our weekly meetings and events by paperless post, and we don’t want you to miss out!
 
To ensure you get your Perth Rotary Meeting and Event Invites, send your full name and email address to:
Info@rotaryperth.org.au  and we will put you on the
Perth Rotary Invite List
Michael Kerrigan - Hay Shed Hill Wines Aug 30, 2019 5:30 PM
Meet the Winemaker - Networking Event
Meet the Winemaker - Networking Event

Perth Rotary invites you to our inaugural

“Meet the Wine Maker” - Michael Kerrigan, Hay Shed Hill Wines

Friday, 30 August 2019 - 5.30pm – 7.00pm
Venue: Adelphi Grill Bar, Parmelia Hilton Hotel Mill Street PERTH WA 6000

On behalf of President Vangelis and the ROP Board,

We invite you to the Adelphi Grill Bar for Wine Tasting and Canapes 6.00-7.00pm

Situated on a picturesque property that was established as a group settlement farm for returned soldiers from WW1.  Vines were first planted in the early 1970’s.  Michael Kerrigan and partners bought back the farm in late 2006 and returned the vineyard to the original concept of producing wine with integrity that expresses the quality of the site.

Rotary Connects the World

Booking Essential via – www.trybooking.com/BEART                           Cost:  $35/pp – wine tasting

Various speakers Sep 06, 2019 12:30 PM
Four Way Test Speaking Contest
Four Way Test Speaking Contest

The Rotary Four Way Test speaking contest is part of the School Link Program, originated by PDG Fred Marsh in his year as Governor [1988-89] This public speaking competition was first held at the District Conference, in March 1989.

The Rotary Four Way Test encourages teachers and students from each club’s link school to take part in this opportunity for public speaking, confidence building and ethics consideration. The Rotary Four Way Test is a state-wide competition with a State final being conducted in conjunction with fellow Western Australian District 9465.

The aims of the competition are to:

  1. bring the concepts of the Rotary Four-Way Test to the attention of students. 
  2. provide students with an opportunity to compete in a public speaking competition
  3. provide Rotary and the Rotary Four-Way Test with valuable exposure in the community. 
  4. develop relationships between Rotary and schools.
Rev John Shepherd Sep 26, 2019 5:30 PM
My time in Rome at the Vatican
My time in Rome at the Vatican

The Very Rev. John Shepherd was appointed interim director of the Anglican Centre in Rome and the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Representative to the Holy See for a period of six months commencing March 2019. 

Dr John Shepherd has been a member of the Perth Rotary Club for 28 years and is the former Dean of St George’s Cathedral, Perth from 1990 – 2014.  Dr John Shepherd is well known for his love and knowledge of music and completed his BA at the University of Melbourne, Master of Sacred Music Degree from Union Seminary, New York and a PhD, St Catherine’s College, Cambridge, focusing on changes in the doctrine of sacrifice in sacred music during the English Reformation.

Sometimes described as a controversial leader of the Anglican Church, Dr Shepherd has always been at the forefront of theological thinking and practice.   He will be speaking about his time in Rome this year, meeting the Holy Father, Pope Francis and life in general at the Vatican.

 

PERTH ROTARY - Family Style Buffet / Networking

When: On THURSDAY 26th September 2019

Location: Parmelia Hilton Hotel 14 Mill Street, Perth, WA

Time: 5:15pm for 5:30pm start - 7:00pm - Family Style Buffet

Cost: $45.00 per person - (Children 4 - 17years $15.00 each)

Bookings essential to: info@rotaryperth.org.au by COB Tuesday 24th September 2019

Alan Linney Oct 18, 2019 5:30 PM
Linneys success story
Linneys success story

Founded in the early 1970’s Linneys is a jeweller without peer. Alan Linney’s unwavering respect for our state’s precious resources, sparkling Kalgoorlie gold, mesmerising Argyle diamonds and lustrous Australian South Sea pearls is expressed through the meticulous attention to detail in each and every Linneys design.

Linneys creative team, led by Alan’s son Justin Linney, harnesses the time-honoured traditions of fine jewellery making to forge Linneys bold, contemporary style. Alan still enjoys designing and creating jewellery and is often seen at his bench in the Subiaco workshop studio.

Walter & Meg McGuire - Go Cultural Nov 08, 2019 7:30 AM
Perth CBD's Whadjuk Heritage
Perth CBD's Whadjuk Heritage
Everyone should understand Perth's Whadjuk cultural heritage and how the modern city reflects the traditional owners gathering place.
Walter & Meg McGuire are National Tourism Award winners in Aboriginal experiences and dedicated to sharing and preserving Perth’s Aboriginal cultural heritage.

Walter McGuire is a well-respected Nyungar man around Perth. As a descendent of several Aboriginal tribal clans of the South West of Western Australia, Walter is a traditional owner of Nyungar Boodja, including the Whadjuk lands on which Perth city now stands. Walter conducts most of his Aboriginal cultural awareness activities including Aboriginal tours around iconic city locations.From childhood, Walter was schooled in Nyungar culture, language and customs by his parents and recognised Elders, including those of related tribal groups. In this respect, he shares his culture with deep reverence for his Ancestors, fellow Nyungar and First Peoples of Australia and the world over.

Meg McGuire is a Kungarakan woman whose traditional lands lie in the Northern Territory. Hers is a familiar face in the Nyungar community. Meg's work involvement include Aboriginal community engagement roles in employment, education, health and policy in urban, rural and remote areas of Western Australia and the Northern Territory of Australia. Meg's Aboriginality, university education and expertise combine to make her an invaluable member of this dynamic team. Meg is a firm advocate for Aboriginal self-determination, management and governance.

PERTH ROTARY Breakfast Meeting @ the Hilton 8th November 2019

When: On Friday 8th November 2019

Location: Parmelia Hilton Hotel 14 Mill Street, Perth, WA

Time: 07.15 for 7.30am start - 9:00am with cooked breakfast

Cost: $35.00 per person

Bookings essential to: info@rotaryperth.org.au

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