“I define connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship.”
- Brene Brown

If you are looking to connect with a network of distinguished Denver-area professionals and to share and grow ideas, Club 31 is the place for you. We offer a wide range of opportunities for members to connect professionally, personally and in service to the community.

Lunch Meetings

Each week, Rotary Club of Denver hosts some of Denver’s most innovative thought and business leaders who share their insights and experiences in areas such as education, healthcare, politics, technology, civic engagement, energy and the economy.  Club members engage in meaningful and memorable dialogue with guest speakers on topics of personal and professional interest. Past speakers include: Michael Hancock, Mayor of Denver; Tom Boasberg, superintendent of Denver Public Schools; Ambassador Chris Hill; and Jennifer Miskimins, hydraulic fracking expert from the Colorado School of Mines, among others.  Click here for a full list of upcoming meeting topics and speakers.

Fellowship Meetings

Each quarter, individual club members host fellowship meetings at their homes, offices, or other venues. These meetings are designed for small groups of members to get to know each other better and on a more personal level. Fellowship meetings are fun, educational, and a great chance to get to know fellow Rotarians, learn about interesting topics and establish friendships. Click here to review our meeting calendar.

Social Events

Rotary Club of Denver also offers opportunities for members to get together to on an informal, social basis.  These include a variety of activities, such as our annual summer picnic and holiday party; Club 31’s annual golf and ski fellowship, brewery tours and wine tasting events, the Rotary Friends book club, supper club, hiking and theater outings and family events at the NWSS & Colorado Rockies.  

Service Opportunities

There’s no better way to connect with others than by working together on a shared purpose and goal. A great way to connect with fellow club members is by service on a committee or participating in a community outreach project. Click here to learn more.

District 5450 Events

Rotary Districts help clubs connect with each other, provide resources, train club leaders, qualify for Rotary grants, and conduct Rotary Youth Leadership Awards events and Youth Exchanges.  Each year, District hold a conference for club members so they can learn about what's happening in Rotary and their district and meet other Rotarians in the area. Click here to learn more about our Rotary District 5450.

Rotary International Events

Solving real problems takes real commitment and vision. For more than 110 years, Rotary members have used their passion, energy, and intelligence to take action on sustainable projects. From literacy and peace to water and health, we are always working to better our world, and we stay committed to the end. Click here to learn more about Rotary International events.