Meeting Information

Calgary at Stampede Park

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
Rotary House at Stampede Park
1701 Big Four Trail SE
Calgary, AB  T2G 2W1
Canada

Phone:
(403) 244-9788
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Meeting Parking

Free parking is available on Stampede Park during Rotary meetings.  Please let the parking attendant (at the park gates) know that you're attending Rotary and they'll allow you to enter Stampede Park without payment.

Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Treasurer
Past President
Secretary
Club Service: Membership and Social
Club Service: Operations
Club Service: Ways & Means
Community Service: Int'l & Vocational
Community Service: Local
Community Service: Ways & Means
Community Service: Youth
Rotary Foundation Chair
Administration
Partners President
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Calgary at Stampede Park
Formerly known as the Rotary Club of Calgary South, the Rotary Club of Calgary at Stampede Park is an organization of 150 business and community leaders who work hard to ensure Calgary remains one of the greatest and most vibrant cities in the world.  We donate our time, money and expertise to deserving groups and individuals in Calgary and around the world.
 
Home Page Stories
My Fellow Rotarians and Friends:
 
I hope everyone had a good week in spite of the weather. I am told that it will improve. How much remains to be seen.
 
Further, I pray all of you and your loved ones continue to avoid this invisible villain of COVID that has so rudely disrupted our lives.
 
Today I want to recognize and thank all of you for your efforts and patience with the changes to our Club meetings. While I remain hopeful that restrictions will be lifted sooner than the inane end of August mandate, my faith in the collective intellect of those in position to do it remains tenuous at best.
 
Kathyann Reginato, Lisa Fernandes, Jamie Moorhouse and Steve Mason, readily come to mind in that they have had a large hand in coordinating Zoom meetings we can all enjoy.
 
Thankyou also to Jim Fitzowich and his crew for the stickhandling of the booking of guests over this time period. Not an easy task but they have been infallible. Of course, I include the members who sponsor those speakers for their efforts to bring us interesting guests.
 
Johnny Fitz gets a big nod for initiating the launch of a special business meeting on Wednesdays. There is always a good discussion and veritable plethora of ideas that come out of those “Zoomcasts”
 
Lastly, it is you our membership and your continued interest and participation in these Zoom meetings I want to thank. Your patience with my gaffes has truly been “Job-like” and we maintain a healthy audience every week. I am cognizant it is not me you tune in for but rather the program and “checking up” on colleagues and friends - which is entirely appropriate and the right thing to do!
 
As you could see today, I got my hair cut. While out, I was pleased to see almost every store and venue open and people supporting them! I was even happy to be stuck in the middle of excess traffic! Means we are getting there! Can’t wait!
 
Enjoy your week!
 
Be well, all.
 
E. Chas. Filipski, Jr.
 
Upcoming Meetings and Events
ZOOM MEETING: Bob Brawn: Rotary Profile
Jun 11, 2020
ZOOM MEETING: Bob Brawn: Rotary Profile
ZOOM MEETING: Bob Brawn: Rotary Profile
ZOOM MEETING: Small Grants Charity Day
Jun 18, 2020
ZOOM MEETING: Small Grants Charity Day
ZOOM MEETING: Changing of the Guard and WCS
Jun 25, 2020
ZOOM MEETING: Changing of the Guard and WCS
ZOOM MEETING: Dominion Day Celebration
Jul 02, 2020
ZOOM MEETING: Dominion Day Celebration
ZOOM MEETING: Stampede Spirit: Cowgirl Celebration
Jul 09, 2020
ZOOM MEETING: Stampede Spirit: Cowgirl Celebration
ZOOM MEETING: President's Inaugural Address
Jul 16, 2020
ZOOM MEETING: President's Inaugural Address
ZOOM MEETING: James McAra, CEO
Jul 23, 2020
ZOOM MEETING: Food Bank Update
ZOOM MEETING: Alice Reimer
Jul 30, 2020
ZOOM MEETING: Creative Destruction Lab
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