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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Kingston

Members of the Rotary Club of Kingston are dynamic volunteers and local community leaders. We join 35,000+ Rotary Clubs with 1.2-million members worldwide that make up Rotary International, the largest service organization in the world. We are non-political, non-religious, and welcome people of diverse backgrounds. If you want to make positive changes in our community and the world with dedicated people who share a passion for community service and fellowship, we hope you will consider joining our club.

The Rotary Club of Kingston

Meets THURSDAYS, 12:15 pm. In-person at Kingsbridge  (lunch at 11:45 am) or join with  Zoom.

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President: Elsabé Falkson (email)
Secretary: Allan Dunlop (email)
Mailing Address
Rotary Club of Kingston
P.O. Box 484
Kingston, ON
K7L 4W5
District 7040 - Club #4576
Charter 872 - April 1st 1921
Charitable No. BN11912 4931 RR0001
Club Promotion
Club News
June 30th, 2022 was the final day of the National Indigenous Month in Canada. It was also the final meeting of the 2021-22 Rotary year. To close out our tribute to honouring our Indigenous heritage, our fines master put together these questions on recognizing just a few ways Indigenous North Americans have influenced our culture and the arts. We thought others in the community might like to try their hand at answering the questions.

How the KFLA Maltby Centre helped such children in the Kingston area.

Founded in 1996 as Pathways for Children and Youth, for the Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington (KFL&A) area, The Maltby Centre employees 130 staff spread over five communities in the region: Kingston, Napanee, Sydenham, Sharbot Lake and Northbrook.


Rotarians are constantly finding ways to support others and to build the community. We have many service partners.


Join local and international projects to Support the Environment; Build Peace; Combat Disease; Provide Clean Water; Enhance Sanitation and Hygiene; Improve Maternal and Child Health; Boost Literacy and Economic Development.


Rotarians help each other and help others. Rotary members consist of a cross-section of the community. Rotarians are well connected in our community and beyond.