Events
 

RCM Scholarship Committee
02/28/17 11:00 AM

Committee

Room 413

Global Milwaukee Committee
02/28/17 11:00 AM

Committee

Room 411

Joe Kirgues, Co-Founder of gener8tor
02/28/17 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

As a co-founder of Gener8tor, a Milwaukee startup accelerator program, Joe Kirgues has helped dozens of new businesses refine their strategies, raise capital and connect with customers. Through his leadership in Wisconsin's entrepreneurial community, Gener8tor has become a nationally recognized program. Kirgues' personal involvement and advice to help startups succeed expresses his passion for growing businesses, as does his ability to educate investors and angel groups to consider supporting new startups in a new way.

Maritime
02/28/17 1:15 PM

Committee

Rotary Office

Milwaukee Magazine and WUWM Segregation Panel discussion
03/06/17 7:00 PM

Member Sponsored

Colectivo Coffee on Milwaukee

Join Milwaukee Magazine WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio on Monday, March 6th as they explore the issue of segregation in the Milwaukee area, and ways to break down the barriers between communities.

 

The discussion will take place at the Colectivo Coffee on Milwaukee's east side at 7:00 p.m.

 

The event is free; however, we strongly suggest that you reserve your ticket(s), because of space limitations.

 

The forum will be part of WUWM's upcoming series, Project Milwaukee: Segregation Matters.

 

Here's a link to all of the info on the forum (including how to RSVP).

Bob Cancalosi, GE Healthcare
03/07/17 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

Bob Cancalosi, GE’s Director of Customer Leadership Education, is a dynamic speaker who has experience in leading companywide initiatives in cultural, coaching & leadership transformations including 8 years as the Chief Learning Officer for GE Healthcare.  At Rotary he will tell us why executive storytelling is an important skill for leaders to connect, inspire and develop their employees. His presentation contains 10 photographs which contain a very specific skill that leaders need to embody in order to empower their teams to achieve higher impact outcomes.

Danube River Cruise Informational Presentation
03/07/17 6:00 PM

Social and Tyrotarian Register

Wisconsin Club

Interested in learning more about the Danube River Cruise in September 2017? Join us on March 7th at 6 pm at the Wisconsin Club for a presentation by the cruise line. Cocktails and appetizers will be provided by host, Rotarian Scott Haag. Learn more about the cruise here.

Almost Sunrise Movie Screening
03/09/17 5:30 PM

Member Sponsored

War Memorial Center, Memorial Hall

Please join the War Memorial Center in the screening of "Almost Sunrise". Debuting at the 2016 Milwaukee Film Festival; the film's encore Milwaukee presentation will be March 9, 2017, in Memorial Hall. Space is limited and tickets are free, so reserve your spot today at this link.

 

Almost Sunrise is a story of veteran resilience and recovery. The film follows two Iraq veterans, Tom Voss and Anthony Anderson, who struggle with depression upon returning home from service. Fearful of succumbing to the epidemic of veteran suicide, they seek a lifeline and embark on a 2,700-mile walk from Wisconsin to California as a way to confront their inner pain.

 

The film captures an intimate portrait of two friends suffering from the unseen wounds of war as they discover an unlikely treatment: the restorative power of silence and meditation.

 

Tom Voss and Anthony Anderson will be in attendance and will be part of the talkback session following the film.

 

To learn more about the film please watch the trailer or visit the film's offical website

Governor Scott Walker
03/14/17 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

More information coming soon!

Networking Hour at City Lights Brewing
03/15/17 5:00 PM

Social and Tyrotarian Register

2210 W Mt Vernon Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53233

Join us at our upcoming networking hour City Lights Brewing on Wednesday, March 15th from 5:00 to 7:30 pm. Appetizers will be provided a cash bar for locally crafted beer. Bring your spouse, a friend, a prospective member, or just yourself! 

2020 Project Presentations
03/21/17 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

More information coming soon!

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. 

 

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

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

More information coming soon!

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. 

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.

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!