District 7080 Annual Conference 2023, Saturday - May 6th
Royal Botanical Gardens, Burlington
 The tongue can paint what the eyes can’t see.
Chinese Proverb 



Join us on Saturday May 6th at the beautiful Royal Botanical Gardens as we celebrate our year together and share stories of our success.  This year’s conference will be a one day event that is interactive and gets you involved.  There will be lots of time for fellowship, inspiration from dynamic speakers from across our district and of course lots of fun as we learn about we can use the power of our voices to share our Rotary stories and the power of Rotary.

We’ll start and end the day with two amazing presenters from our very own District.  In the morning, Fareen "Far" Samji will kickoff the day with a keynote presentation followed by an interactive activity on storytelling.  Fareen “Far” Samji is an entrepreneur, speaker, author, athlete, mentor and community leader in Burlington.  She’s sure to leave you pumped and proud to be a Rotarian! We’ll end the day with a vibrant presentation by Farzana Chohan, a distinguished Toastmaster and thought leader who will share with us how we can create a sense of belonging and optimize human excellence in our clubs and our communities.

In between we’ll be having three interactive breakout sessions – all on topics you asked for including our very first District Conference Living Library, and a fantastic lunch with great food and fellowship.  The event will also feature a House of Friendship where members can learn more about what’s happening across our district and connect with friends – hopefully some new and some old! 

 Great Food
Ready to have some fun and share your story?  Join us on May 6th! 
The Registration Fee for this year's conference is $155 for Rotarians and $100 for Rotaractors.  Watch out for promo codes throughout the next few weeks for discounts!  Click to Register Now. 
Your registration also includes admission to the Royal Botanical Gardens (a $20 value!).  This means that you can attend the conference AND explore Canada’s largest Botanical Gardens with over 2,400 acres of gardens and nature sanctuary at no extra cost.