About Us

Started in 1976, the Poulsbo Rotary Club has over 125 members ranging in age from 21 years old to over 80.
 

Club News

Stay up-to-date on the latest news and meeting highlights from our club.
 

Come to a Meeting

Currently we are hosting our meetings virtually through Zoom. Feel free to join us Friday mornings at 7am.
 

Our Club At-a-Glance

1905 Gear

1905 Gear is a new fundraising effort by the Poulsbo Rotary Club that provides high-quality, affordable and stylish Rotary apparel.
 
1905 Gear is volunteer run by Rotarians and every penny made is donated back to our club’s foundation.
 

Morrow Manor

Championed by the Poulsbo Rotary Club, Morrow Manor is an eight-unit community that provides much needed longer-term supportive housing essential to survivors’ success.
 
With the support services of the YWCA of Kitsap County, residents can find renewal and empowerment, a safe place to achieve goals, and a home in which they can make a healthy transition into better lives for themselves and their children.
 

Poulsbo Rotary Scholarships

The Poulsbo Rotary scholarships program began in 1993 and has awarded hundreds of scholarships to deserving students. Our program serves the needs of new freshmen, students already in college, and students following a professional/technical education path.
 
Photo credit: © Rotary International/Seong Joon Cho

Bike Ride & Beer Fest

The tour starts and finishes in historic Poulsbo, “Little Norway” at 9am, and is held during the iconic VikingFest carnival and festival. The ride has three different lengths for all riding levels: the “Odin”: a 58-mile journey featuring nearly 4,000ft of climbing. The “Thor”: a 30-mile ride with a few less hills for those looking to have a bit of fun with a little less challenge and the "Freyja": a 18-mile relaxing ride where you can enjoy yourself without breaking too much of a sweat.
 

Making Fun Accessible

Play for All at Raab Park is a community effort to build a fully inclusive playground in North Kitsap County.

Imagine the pain felt by a disabled child or adult who sees other children enjoying a playground full of equipment they can’t use. Or a parent or grandparent who can’t play with family members because of their own special needs. Children and adults with disabilities often face limitations—but that shouldn’t happen at a playground.

Visit www.playforallpoulsbo.org