Brookline, Massachusetts


Speaker Date Topic
John Bach Feb 21, 2019
"Peacemaking and Jail Breaks: Liberation in Captivity.”

The week of 2/17/19 is the anniversary of the founding of Rotary.  In honor of that anniversary, Brookline Rotary is hosting a special Peace Speaker.  John Bach is the Quaker Chaplain at Harvard University.  He spent 3 years in federal prison as a war resister during the American war in Vietnam, and has tried to remain faithful to that trajectory.  If attending, please RSVP to

Join Leaders.. Exchange Ideas..Take Action! Feb 27, 2019
Brookline Rotary Open House - Hops N Scotch
Brookline Rotary Open House - Hops N Scotch

Hops N Scotch Restaurant, 1306 Beacon Street, Coolidge Corner, Brookline.

Concerned with the health and well being of our less fortunate neighbors? Want to develop your connections and leadership skills in our community? Hope to enrich your travel and service around the globe by connecting with others? Learn how to leverage your donation dollar. Please join us in our efforts to enhance our Brookline Community and enrich our larger global society. Connect with local community leaders and see how Brookline Rotary can work for you Light refreshment provided.

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Dr. Cara Tobin Mar 21, 2019
Dealing with water scarcity in the Arab States: Best practices and lessons learned in the field

Dr. Tobin is a water resources engineer who has worked with the United Nations securing millions of dollars in public funds for water projects addressing climate change and water scarcity in Africa, Central Asia and the Caribbean.

26th Annual Pancake Breakfast Mar 30, 2019
Brookline High School Cafeteria

Great fun for the Entire Family


Winiker Brothers Orchestra

First Corp’s Cadet Armory Band

Mass Appeal


Arnie Miller’s MATH & MAGIC

Games, Puzzles sponsored by

Eureka Puzzles, Coolidge Corner

Children’s Entertainment

Face painting

Ballon twisting, Magic

Silent Auction with donations from Brookline businesses

Admission $7.00; Children 5 and under FREE

Tickets available at the door or online at

Proceeds to Rotary projects to benefit Brookline, including a Maker project for the Teen Center and a garden for Women & Girls Thriving in Brookline.