Includes Events posted by Clubs

April 12 - 14
Best Western North Bay


October 18-20
Deerhurst Resort




Welcome to Rotary District 7010

District 7010, located in Central and Northern-Eastern Ontario and North-Western Quebec, is one of 530 districts of Rotary International - the world’s oldest service organization.
Our ‘Family of Rotary’ is over 1,500 members strong who belong to one of 41 Rotary clubs, 8 Rotaract clubs and 8 Interact clubs – all serving their local communities as well as Rotary’s global projects and initiatives.
Our membership represents a wide cross-section of the communities we call home – young and not so young, male and female and a great range of vocations and interests.
Take time to explore District 7010 - "Rotary in motion". 
Brian Prentice is proud to be the president of the Rotary Club of Peterborough Kawartha. This club of 41 members has been serving the Peterborough and Kawartha Lakes areas for many years. This is a club that has been very involved in the leadership of District 7010. It is the home club to past District Governors Tom Bennett, Dawn Straka and Don Watkins. It is also the home club to our District Governor Nominee Lynne Chant.
In order to do its great work in the local and international communities, the Rotary Club of Peterborough Kawartha Lakes is involved in several fundraisers. The club’s main fundraising activity is the annual Rotary Ribfest which is held in July each year. Club members invite all District 7010 Rotarians to join them at Ribfest this July 12, 13 and 14th at Millenium Park in Peterborough for a fun-filled weekend of lip smackin’ food, great music and entertainment, and loads of family fun! They raise in excess of $40,000 each year to help fund their various projects. 

Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution Month

Of the 60 million people displaced by armed conflict or persecution, 90% are civilians. Half of those civilians are children. That’s millions of reasons why Rotary is so engaged in service projects, fellowships and other Rotary-sponsored campaigns in pursuit of peace in our world.

Applications are now open for Global Grant Scholarship candidates from Rotary District 7010. The scholarship is worth up to $40,000 USD for a year of study outside of Canada. The goal of the selection process is to recruit highly qualified and deserving candidates. This exclusive scholarship will help fund a student, from the Rotary District 7010 area, to pursue graduate studies (at the Master's level) and service dreams that will have an impact in one or more of Rotary's areas of focus. For more info...read here.

The Rotary Foundation Peace Fellowship 2020-22 offers 60 individuals committed to peace and conflict resolution the opportunity to earn a two-year master’s level degree in international studies, peace studies and conflict resolution at one of the Rotary Centre's University partners located in the United States, Japan, England, Australia or Sweden. Rotary has contracted with five institutions worldwide to provide this valuable training. In order for a candidate to be a qualified applicant, the candidate must have the endorsement of our district. For more information...read here