Events
 

New Threads of Hope
03/27/17 9:00 AM

Volunteer Opportunities Register

3001 N 112th St, Wauwatosa, WI 53222

New Threads of Hope provides brand new clothes for new opportunities, items to turn a house into a home, and educational materials to foster children's literacy and academic achievement. Help us on March 27th at New Threads of Hope from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm to remove labels from clothes, so they can be donated to those in the city who need them. 

 

Global Milwaukee Committee
03/28/17 11:00 AM

Committee

Room 411

RCM Scholarship Committee
03/28/17 11:00 AM

Committee

Room 413

Chief Judge Maxine White
03/28/17 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

Chief Judge Maxine Aldridge White will address the Rotary Club of Milwaukee on the subject: The First Judicial District, Milwaukee Circuit Courts – Who we are, what we do, why and what difference does it make? Chief Judge White will talk about the function and structure of the courts, its traditional core mission and describe the initiatives and collaborations through which the courts meet modern challenges to public safety, judicial independence, access to justice and the evolving needs of the business and legal communities.

Maritime
03/28/17 1:15 PM

Committee

Rotary Office

Morning Gathering at Stone Creek Coffee Factory Cafe
03/31/17 7:30 AM

Social and Tyrotarian Register

422 N 5th St, Milwaukee, WI 53203

The Member Engagement Committee invites you to join them and fellow Rotarians on Friday, March 31st at Stone Creek Coffee Factory Café! Stop by anytime between 7:30 am – 9:00 am for a cup of coffee as well as to socialize and gather with fellow Rotarians to start you day. 

Partners in Education
04/04/17 11:00 AM

Committee

Room 413

Military Service Support Committee
04/04/17 11:30 AM

Committee

Memorial Hall

Neal Pease, History of Baseball
04/04/17 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

In the early years of the 20th century, before they had a big league team to cheer for, most Milwaukee baseball fans followed their favorite sport in the form of semiprofessional sandlot teams representing schools, workplaces, neighborhoods, or ethnic groups. The Kosciuszko Reds, the pride of the Polish-American South Side, were one of the best known and most successful of these squads. Neal Pease, who teaches a course on baseball in American history at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, recreates the colorful story of the "Koskys" with PowerPoint illustrations.

History & Current Events Special Interest Group
04/04/17 1:15 PM

Committee

Room 411

Recruitment and Admission
04/04/17 1:15 PM

Committee

Room 413

American Red Cross' Milwaukee Smoke Alarm Installation Event
04/08/17 9:00 AM

Member Sponsored

Please contact Janet Protasiewicz if interested in attending.

Toni Griffin, MKE United
04/11/17 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

The MKE United Greater Downtown Action Agenda (MKE United) is a comprehensive planning and civic engagement process that will create a shared and vision and action agenda for Downtown Milwaukee and ten adjacent neighborhoods. Hear from MKE United lead consultant, Toni L. Griffin, as she shares the latest project updates, including our inclusive process to draft key “transformative directions” and imperatives that will be the foundation for creating the Greater Downtown Milwaukee wants and needs to benefit all Milwaukeeans. 

Board of Directors
04/11/17 1:15 PM

Committee

Room 413

History & Current Events Special Interest Group
04/11/17 1:15 PM

Committee

Room 411

Marketing and Communication
04/13/17 8:00 AM

Committee

Rotary Office

Inclusion, Racial Equity & Jobs
04/17/17 3:30 PM

Committee

Room 411

World Community Service
04/18/17 11:00 AM

Committee

Room 411

More information coming soon!
04/18/17 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

History & Current Events Special Interest Group
04/18/17 1:15 PM

Committee

Room 411

Scholarship Golf Classic
04/18/17 1:15 PM

Committee

Room 415

Environment and Ecology
04/18/17 1:15 PM

Committee

Room 413

Home Hosted Dinners
04/21/17 6:00 PM

Social and Tyrotarian Register

The Member Engagement Committee invites you to join them for RCM’s third set of Home Hosted Dinners on Friday, April 21st! You and your guest will get assigned to one party and there is no cost to attend.

RCM Scholarship Committee
04/25/17 11:00 AM

Committee

Room 413

Global Milwaukee Committee
04/25/17 11:00 AM

Committee

Room 411

Rob Henken - The Last Miles Study
04/25/17 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

History & Current Events Special Interest Group
04/25/17 1:15 PM

Committee

Room 411

Maritime
04/25/17 1:15 PM

Committee

Rotary Office

MPL Spring Literacy Luncheon
05/05/17 11:00 AM

Member Sponsored

The Wisconsin Club, 900 W. Wisconsin Ave

The Friends of Milwaukee Public Library, together with Boswell Book Company and the Wisconsin Club, are thrilled to announce Pulitzer Prize winning and #1 New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Strout as the featured author for this year’s Spring Literary Luncheon.  Her bestselling novels include Olive Kitteridge and The Burgess Boys.  Strout will present her new novel Anything is Possible at the event. 

 

Special Rotary Member seat $60

 

Ticket price includes lunch, program, and hard cover copy of the book. Seats are limited. For more information, please call Kristine at 414-286-8720 or email Friends@mpl.org. Online tickets available starting March 1st at mpl.org/litlunch. Contact the Rotary office for the special discount code!