The Waterbury, Vermont Rotary Club

We're a group of community members dedicated to making Waterbury and the world a better place while having a good time.

Our weekly meetings include tons of laughter, friendly faces, delicious breakfast provided by the Waterbury Area Senior Center, and interesting presentations by different organizations, businesses, and individuals. Meeting are Tuesdays 7:15 - 8:30am for breakfast (excluding the second Tuesday of the month) at the Waterbury Senior Center.

Want to get more involved with our club? We would love to have you!

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Meeting Fun

We have fun.

Our Programs:

Community Events

See our Facebook Page for updated details on all our events!

Pie for Breakfast:

Early February - this event is to raise funds and awareness for the Youth Exchange program. Students find out where they will be sent.

Easter Egg Hunt:

An annual tradition. Free and family fun!

Concerts in the Park:

A community favorite. Join us every Thursday from June - August in Rusty Parker Memorial Park for awesome music and free Ben & Jerry's ice cream (Bring your own bowl for an extra scoop).

Not Quite Independence Day:

Parade, music, bites & brews, fireworks and more. A Waterbury tradition and our largest fund raiser for all our community doings.


Start those sunflowers off early - the search for the tallest sunflower is on!

Santa on Stowe Street:

We've pulled some strings to have Santa visit us at the Senior Center for a couple hours in his busiest season. Free family event full of holiday cheer, horse-drawn carriage rides, games, and much more.

Scholarships & Education

Dictionary Donations

Each year we donate dictionaries to local students.

Macbook Air Laptop

Each year we offer scholarships to graduating Harwood High School students based on:

  1. Community volunteer work/involvement
  2. Grades
  3. Need

This year three students will receive Macbook Air Laptops. Please visit the Harwood High School guidance counselor for the application and to learn more.

Applications due: April 15, 2019 

Tools of the Trade

Two hardworking Central Vermont Career Center students will be awarded tools of their trade valuing $1000 each.

We rely on the CVCC teachers to help us choose the students. Please contact us if you would like to nominate a deserving student.

Youth Exchange

A two-part long-term or short-term program.

Part 1:

We send local students ages 15 - 19 around the world to attend high school learning language, life skills, and how to thrive in different cultures and social situations.

Part 2:

We host international high school students within our community to achieve the same goals as well as learn about their lives and cultures.

Getting Involved:

We need our community's help for this program to succeed. The requirements to host a student is easy to achieve and the benefits are priceless. Please contact us if you're interested in hosting a student for a couple months. All household make-ups are considered. 



The history of the Waterbury, Vermont Rotary Club runs deep. We are currently working on digital records that will soon be accessible on the internet.