Come kick off the new Rotary year with the Rotary Club of Wall Street New York and meet Katherine Davies of Iguacu, who will mingle with us at Trading Post NYC, 170 John St in the Financial District, on July 1st, 6-8pm, and talk about “Breaking the Mold: What effective action looks like in the era of information overload.”
We will have a table in the bar area. Happy Hour is until 7pm with $5 Select Drafts, $7 Select Wines by the Glass, $8 French Martinis and Cosmopolitans.
Registration is free and strongly recommended for seating availability.
Donations made via this event will go to our RCWS Foundation for our service projects listed at http://www.wallstreetrotary.org/. You will be able to make donations on site by using a credit card, cash, or check made out to the Rotary Club of Wall Street Foundation.
Thank you to everyone who joined our inauguration event last week! We had a great crowd to celebrate Past President Eric & welcome our new President Sven. Thank you to Eric for everything you did to make the 2014-15 Rotary year fabulous!
BK Style Foundation Announces Fashion Week Brooklyn 2015
Events Scheduled from June 25 through 28
City Point and the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership Welcome FWBK to Albee Square
BK Style Foundation will present Fashion Week Brooklyn’s Fall and Winter Collections at Albee Square on June 26 & 27, in partnership with Downtown Brooklyn Partnership and City Point Brooklyn. Each day show will feature several designers on the runway at the plaza. The event will be attended by VIP guests and press, and are open to the public.
The official opening event will be held on June 25th at Brooklyn Borough Hall, at 10am, under the sponsorship of Borough President Eric Adams. At this event, all partners and participants will be recognized, and there will be a fashion presentation by Caribbean designer Sonia Noel.
On Friday, June 26, the first evening will showcase Eco-Friendly and Ready to Wear designers, with runway shows beginning at 7:30 Albee Square in Downtown Brooklyn (Dekalb & Fulton Street).
On Saturday, June 27, the runway will showcase national and international men’s and women’s wear designers, also at Albee Square.
On June 28th, closing event will be held at The Pacific BK, located at 1065 Pacific Street in Brooklyn, beginning at 4:30pm.
Please join us for the inauguration of the next president of the Rotary Club of Wall Street New York, Sven Dietrich, on June 17, 2015, 7-9pm in Hell’s Kitchen at the Cantina Rooftop (rain or shine).
Besides looking forward to a fantastic new year for our club, we will have a fundraiser for good causes that our club supports (Nepal earthquake relief and Gift of Life Foundation), award ceremonies, and good fellowship.
Tickets are $50 and include two drink tickets (house wine, beer, soda, and well liquor), a first round of shared appetizers, and a tax-deductible $25 donation to the causes mentioned above via our Rotary Club of Wall Street Foundation, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization.
About Cantina Rooftop
Cantina Rooftop, located atop Stage 48, features an innovative Modern Mexican dinner menu and expertly crafted cocktails, with a focus on Margaritas. The year-round rooftop opened on Cinco de Mayo. The restaurant and bar have a fully retractable rooftop that handles up to 80 people.
We will be in a separate section of the rooftop with our own bar, DJ booth, and seating.
Clear your calendar – It’s going down! Rotary Club of Wall Street Bowling kicks off on April 21st, and you’re invited to take part in the festivities. Frames Bowling Lounge (550 9th Avenue) is our meeting spot for a night of fun and excitement. Come one, come all, bring a guest, and hang loose. This is going to be epic!
Please join The Rotary Club of Wall Street, The Brooklyn Bridge Rotary Club and Rotoract Club of Pace University for an evening of (somewhat) competitive Bowling and Fundraiser Social
FRAMES Bowling Lounge generously offers us a package deal for $33 per bowler which includes Bowling from 7pm to 9pm along with:
-A DJ will surround you with the music and accompanying videos
-A pair of bowling shoes
-A first round of shared Party Food Platters (e.g. Angus, Mahi Mahi, & Veggie Sliders; Spring Rolls; Stuffed Mushrooms)
-An first round of huge towers of specialty beer shared with teammates
-Additional drinks and food may be ordered from cocktail waitresses in the reserved adjacent lounge and Pool Table Game Room.
This event was lots of fun last year and again we will mingle, battle and bowl. We are forming teams of 7 Bowlers (or more if necessary) comprised of Rotarians and their friends as “Ringers”. We invite those who do not want to bowl to socialize and cheer on their friends as they compete for trophies awarded to the Highest Score (and for some of us Lowest Score). Bring as many friends as you would like. Deposits are now being accepted to reserve a lane for each team.
All proceeds from a raffle will be donated to support Doctors Without Borders.