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 Battle of Amiens Commemoration at the Shrine - 104th Anniversary

104th Anniversary of 0808 - The Battle of Amiens. Gather at the Shrine of Remembrance at 07:45 am. All welcome, no registration required.


Date From : Mon Aug 8, 2022 : 07:45
Date To : Mon Aug 8, 2022 : 09:00


 2022 Monash Melbourne Commemorative Service

The Spirit of Australia Foundation 2022 Monash Commemorative Service will be held Friday 12 August in the Legislative Assembly of the Victorian Parliament.


Date From : Fri Aug 12, 2022 : 10:00
Date To : Fri Aug 12, 2022 : 11:45


 2022 Spirit of Australia Foundation Melbourne Luncheon

Join us after the General Sir John Monash Service for luncheon and a speaker at No. 35 Sofitel Hotel, Melbourne.


Date From : Fri Aug 12, 2022 : 12:30
Date To : Fri Aug 12, 2022 : 14:45


Players Wanted

We have a team called the RACV Warriors that play on Tuesday nights in the Club Circuit.  4 player teams, 2 playing snooker and 2 playing billiards, with handicaps, playing against the Melbourne, Australian, Athenaeum, Savage, Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club and Royal South Yarra Clubs.

Led by Mike Kurts we have had a great record in this competition over many years.  We would love new players of any standard who are still RACV members to join us for play and great fraternity with the other clubs.


 ‘Courage And Compassion: A Stretcher-Bearer’s Journey From No-Man’s Land And Beyond’

Nelson Ferguson, from Ballarat, was a stretcher-bearer on the Western Front in France in World War I. He survived the dangers of stretcher-bearing in some of Australia’s most horrific battles: the Somme, Bullecourt, Ypres and Villers-Bretonneux.

But in April 1918, at Villers-Bretonneux, he was severely gassed. His eyes were traumatised, his lungs damaged.

Ferguson returned to Australia and despite the damage to his eyes, took-up a position as a disabled art teacher at the Working Men’s College, Melbourne (now RMIT).

This story will stir your soul.


Date From : Wed Jun 22, 2022 : 19:00
Date To : Wed Jun 22, 2022 : 20:00


The Pipeclay Club

The Pipeclay Club was formed on the 16th May 1881.

Today, after a fascinating history and many incarnations, the Club is a 'Virtual Club' run by volunteers without premises.

The Club runs a range of annual functions, the majority of which are at the RACV City Club.