Contact: Casey Blair
San Francisco
Hotel Nikko
222 Mason Street
Carmel Room (3rd Floor)
San Francisco, CA 94102
United States of America


Mark your calendars to join us at the Hotel Nikko for this year’s Holiday Party and Annual Meeting. This is always the most festive and fun-filled luncheon of the year, so bring your family, friends, and business associates to celebrate with us!

In addition to fun and fellowship, the Club will also elect new Board members for 2022-2023 and confirm Christopher Wiseman as our next Club President. 

Attendees are encouraged to bring an unwrapped toy for the SF Firefighters Toy Program for children (infant to age 13) and books for those ages 13 to 18. 

The fun will start at 11:00 AM (11:45 AM for Zoom participants), and program begins at 12:00 Noon.

Registration for in-person: In-person registration is now closed. Also, no walk-ins will be accepted. If you still wish to attend, the Zoom option remains open.

Remote attendance via Zoom is available at no charge. Register here for Zoom attendance only. After you register, you will receive a confirmation email containing information needed to join the meeting.

Proof of Vaccination and Masks Required

To maximize the health and safety of Rotarians, guests, speakers, staff at the Hotel Nikko (where we meet), and those who may potentially be in a high-risk category for complications due to COVID-19, the Rotary Club of San Francisco REQUIRES all members and guests, regardless of vaccination status, to wear a face covering mask during the meeting except while eating.

On August 12, 2021, the City and County of San Francisco placed proof of COVID-19 vaccination on patrons entering establishments where food/beverages are served. Acceptable proofs of vaccination include the CDC vaccination card, a physical or digital copy of that card, documentation from a healthcare provider, or a personal digital COVID-19 vaccination record issued by the State of California. Businesses subject to this new requirement must cross check proof of full vaccination against each patron’s photo identification. 

The Club believes that these policies are consistent with Rotary's Four-Way Test as well as with the current guidelines of the CDC and the San Francisco Department of Public Health. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.