Our club meets on Mondays, at 18.30 at the Palace Hotel.
All Rotarians are naturally welcome to all our club meetings. As the traditional meal is part of our club meetings, previous notification to club secretary about your visit (and dietary requirements, if any) is recommended for practical purposes. However, this is in no way a requirement, just feel free to show up at the beginning of the next meeting and be very welcome. The hotel will do the best to serve your selection from the restaurant menu.
14.09.20 First official meeting of the season. Guest speaker: GERT ANTSU.
21.09.20 Guest speaker PRIIT RAID: Intercultural Management with focus on Asia. Priit has has spent most of his career across Asia managing full P&L of European companies while reporting to group CEOs headquartered in France. He has been working for multinational companies like Comeca and Idealec (Mersen), majors spin-offs from large industrial groups like Alstom, Areva (Framatome) and Westinghouse. He started his career in Europe working for Schneider Electric and its partner Harju Elekter.
19.10.20 Guest speaker KAAREL PIIRIMÄE, historian, PhD. 2009 (Cambridge University) “Estonia, the Baltic Question and the ‘Big Three’ Allies in World War Two”. The title of his presentation is the same as the title of his recent book in Estonian: “… Baltic States are as good as Russian”. Some of his articles in English can be found here.
26.10.20 Charter Member MARTIN HIRVOJA, Attorney, Of Counsel at Magnusson Law Office: Criminal procedure in Estonia – a selection of controversial topics from the viewpoint of a defense attorney.
31.10.20 15.30-17.30 Junimperium distillery tour: History of Gin, history and story of Junimperium Distillery, introduction and botanicals of all 6 Junimperium gins, tasting of 4 Junimperium gins, visit the distillery area and of course, the signature Junimperium Blended Dry gin Gin & Tonic. Pre-registration required (contact club treasurer Jaanus Pikani).
2.11.2020 Guest speaker KALMAR KURS, the head of Foreign Relations at the Ministry of Culture: How is Estonian culture promoted abroad today and what should we do in order to make Estonian culture more international?” Kalmar Kurs will speak about how Estonian culture is promoted internationally today, who are the main counterparts and which resources are available at the moment. And how should we proceed, update and startup it in the years to come.