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Conference Nato & the Transatlantic Relations in the Trump Era Monday March 19th 8 pm

Rotary Club Rome International is honored to host the conference in English “Transatlantic Relations in the Trump Era: State of play and perspectives” with our key note speakers:
Ambassador Gabriele Checchia Italian Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Council (NATO) & Professor Fabrizio Luciolli President of the Italian Atlantic Committee.

The event is open to members, prospect members,friends of RCRI & guests.

Registration is required limited availability. Cost of 40 Euro includes conference and seated dinner. Dress code: Cocktail
Please RSVP to events@rotaryromeinternational.com  Upon reservation & confirmation of participants details will be provided regarding venue.

Trekking in the Treja Valley Sunday March 25th 9 AM

An English speaking guide will take us on a hike from the medieval town of Calcata, through the woods along the Treja River and valley We will have the opportunity to visit archaeological sites and local fauna. The hike is about 6 KM, difficulty is low. Duration is 3-4 hours ½ day.
It is recommend to have comfortable hiking shoes or trainers, a light weight water proof jacket, comfortable clothing, hat, sunscreen and water bottle with a small snack.

The event is open to members, Friends of RCRI, families, prospective members and guests.
Reservation is required. Cost for guided hike Adults 10 Euro and kids 5 Euro. Bistrot lunch is planned after 18 Euro for adults and 15 Euro for kids. Please confirm name and number of participants, upon reservation details will be provided  for meet up point and car pool. events@rotaryromeinternational.com

 

 

Richard III – Shakespeare  5-7 PM Sunday April 8th

Director: Douglas Dean.  The play is a faithful representation of the text of Shakespeare’s Richard III done with all female cast from Richard 3rd down to the two young princes. The Producer is Gaby Ford of the English Theatre of Rome.

Set during The War of The Roses between Lancaster and York War, Richard III is perhaps Shakespeare’s most popular historical play. Richard, a deformed, diabolical, blood-thirsty character, wields immense power over his piers as well as the audience. Both intriguing and repugnant, Richard III is one of Shakespeare’s most unforgettable characters.

The event is exclusive to Rotary and its guests. Open to members, spouses, families, Interact, Friends of RCRI and friends.

€15 for adults and €10 for Interactors (12-18 years), free if younger than 12

Dress code: business casual

RSVP:  events@rotaryromeinternational.com  please specify event, names and number of participants and age