There are many occasions where our members get together to enjoy some social and networking time as well as to do the work needed for service to the community.  In overview these include:
Family, friends and others are included as often as possible.
Please note that for the period July to September 2023 the meeting venues will change due to rennovations at the Remuera Golf Club.  Go to HERE and click on a meeting date for details.
We get together for some social-networking time and to further the purpose of Rotary on
Thursdays at 7am for breakfast except first Thursday of month which is 6pm for dinner
Remuera Golf Club
120 Abbotts Way, Remuera
Auckland,  1702, New Zealand
Post: PO Box 87175, Meadowbank, Auckland 1742
Meetings usually cost (2023):
Breakfast $22.50
Dinner $36 (+ cash bar for drinks)
Guests of members are charged via member account.
Other guests are cash at the door please.
Non-Rotarian visitors are very welcome, but asked to contact the club before coming so that we can welcome you properly.
Visiting Rotarians are asked to also contact the club first if this is practical, otherwise we look forward to seeing you at the meeting.
Your partner/family are welcome to come with you (often the case with Rotarians visiting from overseas).

St Johns Rotary is predominantly a breakfast club but we have an evening meeting on the first week of each month.  The evening meeting makes it easier for family and friends to also come along and to provide extra social time not possible at breakfast which start and finish on time as most members need to get away to work or other commitments.
Breakfast meetings start with some social/network time that extends over the meal time.  There is then a short period of club business including catch-up about current projects and other opportunities of interest within Rotary at large.  Then we have a guest speaker for the final half hour which provides members with different perspectives on topics of general interest or in the community, local or international.  Note that one meeting a month tends to be dedicated to project review and planning.

Evening meetings have a similar format although the end time is more relaxed as we try for a special speaker that often generates a longer question time plus all are able to linger after socialising.  Dining tables are circular and there is no "head table" or allocated seating (generally) so all can feel free to sit wherever they wish and meet some new people. Meals are served buffet style.
Our meetings are friendly and relaxed.  Dress is smart casual. No guest will ever find themselves standing alone as you will be greeted and hosted as a friend of the club.
Below is a list of Upcoming Guest Speakers followed by Tasks (Duties) allocated to members to assist the efficient running of the get togthers.