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Waterdown's Oh Canada Ribfest
Join us for the 9th annual Waterdown Oh Canada Ribfest, June 29 thru July 2nd 2018 in Memorial Park in Waterdown, Ontario.  Great family fun, exciting entertainment and a wide variety of food and drinks makes this event the premier event in the Waterdown community each year.  Don't miss it!
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Flamborough AM

A growing club for a growing community

We meet Wednesdays at 7:15 AM
Tea at the Whitehouse
35 Main Street North
Waterdown, ON  L0R2H0
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The Rotary Club of Flamborough AM is a service club serving the community of Waterdown, Ontario and the surrounding area.  As one of almost 34,000 Rotary Clubs globally, we support local and international service projects that support youth, seniors, health and education around the world or just next door.  We follow the Rotary motto of ‘Service Above Self’ in our volunteer work and in our support of community and global organizations doing good in the world.

Each year, The Rotary Club of Flamborough AM, in partnership with The Rotary Club of Waterdown, organizes the Oh Canada Rotary Ribfest in Memorial Park in Waterdown over the Canada Day weekend.  This wonderful community event pulls together volunteers, families and friends for great food, great entertainment for an overall fantastic community event.  In addition, The Flamborough AM Rotary Club also puts on an Oktoberfest community celebration each October to raise funds for Rotary projects.

Our Club is relatively small but we have great members from various professions and industries that bring something extra to each project we work on.  Please join us for breakfast to learn more about The Flamborough AM Rotary Club or Rotary International in general.  We meet every Wednesday at Tea at the Whitehouse, 35 Main Street North, Waterdown at 7:15 AM for breakfast, speakers and a lot of fun. 

We hope you will join us for breakfast or LIKE us on FaceBook. 


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