Online Registration
Diman Lebanese Centre
345 Kearney Lake Road
Halifax , NS B3M 1H4

REMINDER: Thank-you to those 85 who have already registered but we would love to have 100 attendees!!  Please chat about this awesome event within your clubs, make plans to car pool and spend the day meeting other Rotarians and participating in an awesome program.  Deadline is March 1st.  

It’s TLC Time around the Province.  More Information will be coming soon for TLC trainings in Cape Breton and Prince Edward Island but we wanted you to know about this one in case you happen to be in the Area.

More sharing.  More learning.  More fun.

Featuring Special Guest Facilitators, RI Director Jeffry Cadorette and Rotary Foundation’s Carolyn Ferguson

Come and experience our RED talks - that's Rotary - Engagement - Diversity.  A couple of the dynamic speakers you will hear are being revealed this week...

Dr. Sean Myles: Grew up in Fredericton, New Brunswick and spent a year in a small town in Switzerland 25 years ago as a Rotary Exchange student. It was during his Rotary exchange year that he developed a love of European food and culture. His passion for food and agriculture eventually led him back to Nova Scotia where he is now a Professor in the Faculty of Agriculture at Dalhousie University.  He leads a research team in the Annapolis valley that is figuring out how to breed new apple varieties that are tasty and require less chemical input to grow. He is also the co-founder of the Annapolis Cider Company.

Dr. Noni MacDonald, Order of Canada and Order of Nova Scotia, former Dean of Medicine and currently professor of Pediatrics at Dalhousie University.  

Rotary and Micro-Research - it may be small, but the impact is huge!  

Prof. David Divine, Footprints Life Coaching, Social Worker and former Chair in Black Canadian Studies at Dalhousie University.

Vision, Risk, Uplift and the Role of Rotary

When:  Saturday, March 7, 2020 from 9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.  Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. for a prompt start at 9:30 a.m.

Where:  Diman Lebanese Centre, 345 Kearney Lake Road (just off the Bi-Hi at the Kearney Lake Road exit) – easy to find, convenient to the highways and with lots of great parking!

Who should attend:   Incoming Presidents and Secretaries for sure!  Other incoming club leaders, including committee chairs, board members and aspiring leaders are strongly encouraged to attend. Don’t forget to invite your Rotaract students!!! (Special Price for Students at $15/person)

All club members will benefit from the learning and sharing!  New members and prospective members are very welcome too!

Why?  What will you learn?

  • Be inspired about the future of Rotary
  • Get fired up by some motivating RED Talks (they’re like TED talks but these are about Rotary – Engagement – Diversity) from people who are making an impact in Nova Scotia
  • Get excited about Foundation and Youth programs at breakout sessions
  • Enhance your skills to lead your club, your committee, your projects (or to apply to your life outside of Rotary) – for next year or in the future! 
  • Learn about how the Business Model Canvas has been adapted to help Rotary Clubs thrive

Some training will be relevant to your non-Rotary work and so 3 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be awarded upon request.

Cost:  This is a combined mini-conference and TLC event, supported by your District.

  • Rotaract Students - $15/per person
  • For any Rotarians from Cape Breton & Prince Edward Island areas - $25/person
  • FREE for potential members

Please register on-line by accepting or declining this invite.  If you would like to register by e-mail please send to or call 902-670-1698.

Any food sensitivities, please let us know asap by writing in the comment section when you accept or by e-mailing as above. 

We will collect the registration fee the day of the training.  Any questions, please feel free to contact us.   

Registrar:  Holly Thompson, or 902-670-1698