Rotary Brockville's Lobsterfest
Lobsterfest is one of Rotary Brockville’s longest continually-running fundraisers. It was Originally started in 1988 in support of Rotary International’s polio eradication project. That project named Polio Plus pledged to raise US$120 million to eradicate polio world wide, polio is currently 99.99% eradicated and on the verge of being declared the second human disease to be completely eradicated. Local Rotarians answered the call to financially support this major Rotary International commitment through a unique local fundraiser; and consequently, Lobsterfest was born.
Working in partnership with the Thousand Islands Secondary School students and staff ever since, Rotary Brockville continues the highly successful annual Lobsterfest fundraiser more than two decades later. The funds raised through Lobsterfest support many organizations and community-improvement projects.
Please join us for an evening of good food, fun and live entertainment!
Where: Thousand Island Secondary School
(2510 Parkedale Avenue, Brockville)
2018 Date To Be Determined
Time: 2 Sittings
5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
7:15 pm to 9:00 pm
Price: $60 per person
Please be aware that the deadline for buying tickets is May 8th.
This is so we can finalize the quantity of lobsters to order.
2 Fresh Snapping Maritime lobsters
tea and coffee
(A $30 charitable tax receipt will be issued)
All Proceeds Support Rotary Charitable Projects, including Canadian Aid for Chernobyl, Easter Seals, Camp Merrywood, 6 Secondary School Scholarships, YMCA Summer Camp, Shelter Box, Brockville Public Library - Children's Library Renovation, Polio Eradication and many others.