Rotary Club of Windsor (1918)
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Windsor (1918)

We are so glad you found us. Do you consider yourself a young professional, community leader or someone who wants to give back to their local and global communities? Then our club is the place for you.

When you are invited to be part of the Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) you are joining the largest club in District 6400 (which includes clubs in Michigan) and also the one with the richest history of service. We will be celebrating our 100th anniversary in 2018. More importantly you will joining with approximately 130 community leaders like yourself to provide “Service Above Self.”

Rotary provides you with many options so you can craft the way and the amount you want to be involved to meet your professional and personal needs. Some of the benefits are:
  • Meet and learn from many successful leaders in business and non-profit sectors;
  • Grow your leadership skills;
  • Fully accountable mechanisms to support your local community and global communities such as Ghana, Tanzania, India and Kenya
Many Rotarians have said they wish they had joined sooner! Be part of the Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) and make a difference in our community now and in the future!
Mayor Drew Dilkens presents 2015 budget at Rotary Meeting
Tue, 06 Jan 2015, 10:42
Windsor's new Mayor Drew Dilkens presented details of the city's 2015 budget at a press conference Monday.
Dilkens says the city is "holding line on taxes." In order to do so, the city had to find more than $25 million from different areas. 

In the budget, $268 million will go towards roads and sewers over the next five years, with $41 million invested in those areas in 2015.
Paul Vasey and Peter Hrastovec teamed up to donate their books
Thu, 30 Oct 2014, 10:09
Paul Vasey and Peter Hrastovec teamed up to donate their books to the Windsor Rotary (1918) Little Free Library located in front of the Caboto Club. Paul Vasey addressed the Windsor Rotary Club on Monday October 27, 2014 and spoke about how stories are created and his most recent book “The River”. Hrastovec joined in and donated his book of poems “In Lieu of Flowers”. The Little Free Library is a ‘take a book, return a book’ gathering place where people share their favourite literature and stories.
Apply For Grants
Apply For Grants
The Rotary Foundation offers grants that support a wide variety of projects, scholarships, and training that Rotarians are doing around the world. Explore the grant types and find one that’s right for your project.
Art In The Park
Art In The Park
Every year, during the Art in the Park event you will enjoy viewing over 275 artists and artisans the first weekend in June.
Children’s Fest
Children’s Fest
A weekend filled with live entertainment and an array of exciting hands on activities that are sure to please children 12 and under. Join us on September 20 and 21 from 10 am – 5 pm at Derwent Park behind Place Concorde (7911 Forest Glade Dr.)