Upcoming Speakers
Mayor John Taylor
Oct 28, 2019
Samantha Le
Dec 02, 2019
360 Kids - Nightstop Program
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Shirin Ganji
Oct 07, 2019
Global Intersections
Richard Mewhinney
Sep 16, 2019
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October is Economic and Community Development Month
Dinner Meetings on Mondays until further notice
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World Polio Day

October 24, 2019


In 1985, Rotary decided to make Polio Eradication, our Number One Priority.

When Rotary and its partners launched the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, polio paralyzed 1,000 children every day. We’ve made great progress against the disease since then. Polio cases have dropped by 99.9 percent, from 350,000 cases in 1988 in 125 countries to 33 cases of wild poliovirus in 2018 in just two countries: Afghanistan and Pakistan. And we remain committed to the end.

Since 1985, Rotary has contributed US$1.9 billion, and its members have logged countless volunteer hours to help immunize more than 2.5 billion children. If polio isn’t stopped now, the disease could stage a comeback, affecting an estimated 200,000 children every year.

Please Note the Sir William Mulock Harvest Picnic has been rescheduled to Sunday, October 20, 2019

Rotary Club of Newmarket awards a

Paul Harris Fellow

Estelle-Louise Westerhoek receives her award presented by PP Richard (grandfather) and President Christine in recognition of her outstanding effort in fundraising for our Ongutoi sustainable Orange Grove Project


September 16, 2019

Photos by: @aminamohamedphotography


Our newest member Nestor Satumba


Inn From the Cold - Dinner

August 2/19

It was a beautiful evening last Friday and the Rotary club prepared and served a delicious meal.
60 guests enjoyed rigatoni with meat sauce, caesar salad, garlic bread and strawberry rhubarb pie with ice cream for dessert.
Their team was led by Laura and other members included: Amina, Richard, Vita, Ramzi, Patricia, Janis and Peter.  Thanks for the terrific meal.

Also thanks to the Community Meal team: Chris S., Vicki, Gaye, Marlene O, Sandy, Kerry E., Mike, Kerry B., Jenny and Vlad.


Mark Cullen's talk leaves Newmarket feeling green


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.....and that's a good thing

Click here to see what 'Newmarket Today' wrote about Mark Cullen




We are an active host at the Newmarket Gaming Centre




Latest News on Polio Eradication


Rotary supports the Highway of Heroes Living Tribute Tree Campaign
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Club Satellite Meeting
Tuesdays 7:30AM-8:30AM
The Buttery @ 17565 Yonge St

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The Rotary Club of Newmarket is a member of Rotary International. We are a local group of highly motivated individuals from varied backgrounds, who have come together for fellowship and to make our local and international communities better places for everyone.

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Service Above Self

Monday Evenings (6:15PM)
Cachet Restaurant & Bar
500 Water Street at Main
Newmarket, ON  L3Y 1M5
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Free Reading Program
Rotary Free Reading Program is a customized web based reading program specifically designed to engage, encourage and develop reading skills for our children. It is a self paced, safe, age and content appropriate tool for children from Kindergarten to Grade 6.
It is provided to all individuals absolutely free.
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287 Prospect Street
Newmarket, ON, L3Y 3V3