The social calendar organised by the Entertainment Committee is not for fundraising, but is designed to encourage fellowship and social interaction among members, their partners and guests.
Some of the events and activities are described below:-
1. Jazz Night - Dinner, entertainment by a local jazz band and dancing.
2. Theatre Visits - Visit to a show with a pre-theatre meal at The Byre / Dundee Rep / Pitlochry Theatre.
3. Christmas Lunch - Local international students not returning home for Christmas, Honorary members, partners of deceased members and friends of Rotary are invited to join us for a Christmas lunch.
4. Garden Party - In conjunction with Inner Wheel Club a Garden Party with barbeque and music organised in a local garden.
5. Visits - A visit to a place of interest. e.g. Forth Crossing, Mossmoran Petrochemical Works, V & A Dundee, Verdant Works, Fife Recycling Centre etc.
6. Festive Dinner - A Ceilidh Night and Christmas Dinner at a local restaurant.
more St Andrews Rotary Club in conjunction with St Andrews-Loches Alliance.
more Queen Mary's Library Garden at St Leonards School
more Bowling for fun no matter how young. Putting as well, with tea and cakes for all.
more More than 40 members and guests enjoyed a sail up the Tay from Newburgh to Perth on Sunday, September 2nd. This enjoyable club event was organised by Bill Sutherland.
more A fun evening at the Scores Hotel with a meal followed by dancing to Billy Anderson.
more Garden Party in the sunny Scores gardens with friends, family, food, wine, lawn sports and musical entertainment. A most enjoyable afternoon had by all who attended.
more An enjoyable lunch with friends in the sun.
more Family and Friends gathered in the lovely surroundings of Queen Mary's Garden
more St Leonards School grounds in the Queen Mary's Library Garden
more Joining Kilrymont for a 3 course dinner and ceilidh made for a fun night.
more Queen Mary's Library at St Leonards School was the inside venue for barbecue, strawberries & ice cream plus musical entertainment, due to rain.
more Sally Mapstone, Principal if St. Andrews University, was guest speaker at this Fellowship Dinner attended by almost 100 people including members, family and friends at Rufflets Hotel
more A Day at the horse races on Perth Racecourse
more 29 members and friends enjoyed a theatre vistit to Dundee with meal before the performance
more East Coast Jazz Men provided gentle music to dance to after a tasty meal at Rufflets Hotel.
more Visit organised to see the up to date construction of the New Forth Crossing
more Ann Baird is organising a Club visit to this most interesting museum of the Black Watch Regiment in Perth
more "Three Men in a Boat" at Dundee Rep --- ticket £19/16(concession)
more Joint Ball in the Scores Hotel organised by Kilrymont with a new band.
more "Woman in Mind" by Alan Ayckbourn at the Dundee Rep
more An evening visit to the refurbished Kirkcaldy Museum. Contact Ann Baird
more Dundee Repertory Theatre "Time and the Conways" Thursday 14th
more A fun evening with wonderful food and hospitality in members houses. The challenge is not to get lost between courses and houses.
more Annual Ball in Scores Hotel dancing to Billy Anderson was enjoyed by all who attended including 6 Rotaract members and 2 Foundation students.
more Visit to Falkland Palace followed by a scrumptious tea in member Marta's "Hayloft Tearoom" was enjoyed by 15 Rotarians and a Rotaract member.
more Scores Hotel with Billy Anderson A fun evening enjoyed by all
more Joint Ball with Kilrymont -- dancing to Billy Anderson in the Scores Hotel. Good food, good company and dancing enjoyed by all including students.
more 46 members and partners had a most enjoyable evening exploring members houses around St Andrews starting at President Kathleen's house
more President Kathleen welcomed guests to lunch at the Scores Hotel. Entertainment by Dr Jazz
more Supper and Show Evening
more About 20 members and guests visited the Scottish Colourists at the McManus Gallery in Dundee with supper afterwards at Drumoig Hotel
more Members and Guests enjoyed a relaxed lunch followed by talented musical entertainment.
more Guest Lunch for family and friends including special invited guests
more Move to a different house for each course to enjoy a wonderful meal and fellowship