8days until
2014 Spring Festival

Member Sign In

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Westborough

Spring is coming!

Spring Festival logo

Now that it's April, it's time to Think Spring - Spring Festival, that is! Registration is now open for the 12th Annual Westborough Spring Festival 5K Road Race and the Kids Dash. Keep an eye on our Spring Festival page for more information as the event gets closer. 


Join us for "Dos" de Mayo!

Dos de Mayo logo
Kick off our Spring Festival weekend with a "Taste of Mexico." Enjoy a selection of fine Mexican wines, beers, tequila - and appetizers - all with a Mexican flair! Join us at Julio's Liquors Metro Station, 140 Turnpike Road, Westborough on May 2 - Dos de Mayo - from 7-9 pm. Tickets are $15 per person and only 150 tickets will be sold, so don't wait! You can buy tickets online at Julio's Liquors website. 21 and over only. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Westborough Food Pantry. 


Westborough Sprint Triathlon registration now open

Finish Line at the 2013 Triathlon
The Westborough Sprint Triathlon will be on
Sunday, August 17, 2014 on the grounds of the Westborough State Hospital. The race will feature off-road or on-road bike courses, a swim in Lake Chauncy, and a scenic run on off-road trails around the lake. There's also a Splash and Dash option, back by popular demand. Find out more, and register, with our partner Sun Multisports.


Our latest news

Shelby Marshall's inductionApril 9 was a busy day for the club. We took a
field trip to The Grille at Westborough Country Club, where we inducted new Rotarian Shelby Marshall, heard a presentation about change, and did some work on Spring Festival. Read all the news in this week's newsletter.

The Rotary Club of Westborough meets weekly:
Wednesdays from 12:00-1:30 pm
Chateau Restaurant, Routes 9 & 30
Westborough, MA.
Our lunch charge is $20.  

Photo of the Chateau Restaurant


See what we've been doing


Rotary in the news

purple pinky
The World Health Organization has declared India to be polio-free through the worldwide efforts of Rotary International.  Our Club has conducted “Purple Pinky Day” fundraisers to help fight the disease.  ("Purple Pinky" comes from the practice of people dipping their pinky finger in purple dye to indicate that they have been vaccinated.) The New York Times ran a story recently about the efforts to eradicate polio. (Photo 
© Rotary International/Alyce Henson)

What is Rotary? Give us one minute!

Ever wondered what Rotary is? Take a quick minute and watch this short video. Click around our site and see what our Club is doing locally and internationally, or contact us and join us for our weekly lunch meeting!