Event Types

Aspenti HealthTM combines compassionate treatment with state-of-the-art clinical drug testing solutions to provide life-changing services that empower our patients and drive the best possible care.

Aimee Marti & Chris Powell
Oct 02, 2017
No Meeting - Columbus Day
Oct 09, 2017

Rock Point is a 130 acre gem in the heart of Burlington, owned and cared for by the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont for over 160 years. Our Vision is to be a welcoming sanctuary of spirituality, creativity, community, education, training, and environmental stewardship. We are currently in the midst of a major fundraising effort to help conserve the land, improve public access to the 2.8 miles of trails on the property, make renovations to our camp and conference center facilities and complete the purchase of the Solar Orchard which produces 100% of our power. ”

Episcopal Bishop Tom Ely
Oct 16, 2017

This great fellowship opportunity will be held at the Isham Barn, Oak Hill Road, Williston, 5:30-7:30.  Appetizers provided, Cash Bar.


Rotarians from Four Clubs
Oct 26, 2017 5:30 PM
Jason Nadeau
Oct 30, 2017
Julie Richards
Nov 06, 2017

PETER KURTH was born in Oklahoma in 1953. He is a graduate of the University of Vermont, where he earned departmental honors in English and Theatre. His first book, Anastasia: The Riddle of Anna Anderson, was an international bestseller and made into an NBC television miniseries. Kurth’s biography of anti-fascist journalist Dorothy Thompson, American Cassandra won the Frank Luther Mott-Kappa Tau Alpha Research Award as the best book about journalism of 1990.

In 1995-96 Kurth was the author of Tsar: The Lost World of Nicholas and Alexandra and co-author (with Eleanor Lanahan) of Zelda: An Intimate Portrait, a pictorial biography of Zelda Fitzgerald. His latest book was a biography of Isadora Duncan, Isadora: A Sensational Life.


In 1989 Kurth was diagnosed with HIV infection, an event that unavoidably changed his life and altered the direction of his writing. His commentary on AIDS issues has been heard on National Public Radio, and he was "Lazarus" columnist for POZ magazine. His work has appeared in a variety of national publications, including "Vanity Fair," "Condé Nast Traveler," "Forbes FYI," "The New York Times Book Review," "The New York Observer," "Cosmopolitan," and "Harper's Bazaar." He is a contributing writer for "Salon" and was “Crank Call” columnist for Vermont’s "Seven Days," for which he won an award for outstanding commentary from the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies.

Peter Kurth - noted author
Nov 13, 2017
Club, Led By President Pete
Nov 20, 2017
District Governor visit
Nov 27, 2017
Club Assembly
Dec 04, 2017
Mike Dabroski
Dec 18, 2017
No Meeting - Christmas
Dec 25, 2017
No Meeting - New Years
Jan 01, 2018
No Meeting
Jan 15, 2018

Daphne Larkin, director of media relations and community affairs, will present on Norwich University as a community resource with an emphasis on cybersecurity. This includes learning opportunities such as Norwich’s Annual Cyber Summit, CISSP certification, drone license exam prep course, and the free GenCyber camp. Daphne will share her experiences of working with students and faculty who – as the only university involved – supported cybersecurity at Super Bowl 50, which was held at the country’s most technically advanced stadium, Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. Entering into its third century of educating tomorrow’s ethical leaders, Norwich today is a national leader in cybersecurity education and research. Norwich offers undergraduate and graduate programs; civic engagement with Vermont businesses; and designs and implements tools to protect federal critical infrastructure. Norwich is a community resource also in the many free lecture series it offers, symposia and other programs. There are opportunities to engage via Norwich’s five centers of excellence in the areas of sustainability, cyber (as noted), leadership and change, civic engagement, and peace and war. Daphne will touch on who Norwich is structurally and how we serve Vermont from prospective students to college students to businesses/government and internationally.

Two Groups Today
Jan 22, 2018
Lyric Theatre Company is a non-profit, volunteer community theatre organization located in beautiful Burlington, Vermont. Over 400 of your relatives, friends and neighbors volunteer their time and talent each year both on stage and off.

The size of our membership together with the size and scope of our bi-annual productions ranks us as one of the largest amateur theater companies in the United States.

Lyric Theatre also has a dedicated facility to continue work on productions as well as to continue our work within the community broadening educational and volunteer oportunities.

Jose Rincon Exec Dir Lyric Theatre Company
Jan 29, 2018

Meeting will be held at the site of the Essex Clubs's weekly meeting:  The Essex Resort, noon.

Joint meeting: Burlington, Essex and Milton Clubs
Feb 07, 2018
Feb 10, 2018 – Feb 17, 2018

Fall 2018 - Burlington High School is launching a new program for interested 10-12 graders which takes students out of the classroom and into the city to study real world issues and take action to improve our community.

Andy Barker
Feb 12, 2018
Feb 17, 2018 – Feb 24, 2018
Presidents Day, No Meeting
Feb 19, 2018
Ayeshah Faftery - Visiting Nurse Association
Feb 26, 2018
Steve Densham - Vermont Small Business Advisor
Mar 05, 2018
Mar 05, 2018
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
Annual Burlington Police Luncheon
Mar 14, 2018
Mar 19, 2018
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
Facilitated meeting designed to help our club determine our goals and interests.
Meeting will be held at City Market South End Community Room.
Mar 21, 2018
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Tim Shea - Executive Director
Mar 26, 2018
TBD - Tim Cope
Apr 02, 2018