The Rotary Club of Kaua’i meetings are open to the public, and anyone who wants to listen to the speakers may do so by visiting us at our luncheons on Fridays at noon. Check here or on our Facebook Page for information on speakers and projects.  We meet upstairs at Duke’s Canoe Club, 3610 Rice St, Līhuʻe, HI 96766 at noon on Fridays.  Lunch is available, and we are a casual and informal bunch.

Who we are

Rotary is a leadership organization. We’re made up of local business, professional and civil leaders. We meet regularly, get to know each other, form friendships; and through that we’re able to get things done in the community. Rotary International admitted The Rotary Club of Kaua’i on August 23, 1937 as club number 4378. John Caldwell, Secretary of the Rotary Club of Honolulu, along with fellow members, Wayne Stewart and Charles Loomis teamed up in the organization of this Club. The Charter president was W.P. Alexander. This was the fourth Rotary Club to be formed in the State of Hawaii. Today, it is the oldest of the five Rotary Clubs on Kaua’i. It has been given credit for chartering the other clubs on this very lush and beautiful island – the Garden Isle, Kaua’i.

What we do