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Events Around the Club

Wednesday 24 September - Breakfast by the Bay - Raising Funds in a Volatile Environment

Friday 3 October - First Friday Jazz Club

Friday 9 October - Quiz Night

Wednesday 15 October - Food of the Southern Forests Book Launch

Tuesday 4 November - Melbourne Cup Express Lunch

Tuesday 4 November - Melbourne Cup in the Banquet Hall 

Friday 21 NovemberFree The Bears Luncheon


Breakfast by the Bay: Raising Funds in a Volatile Environment
Date: Wednesday 24 September
Time: 7.00am - 9.00am
Venue: Banquet Hall
Price: Members $49 / Guests $59 / Table of 10 $550

Price includes a two-course sit-down breakfast and a panel discussion.  

Today, resources companies are operating in a time of unprecedented volatility – in both commodity prices and currencies. So how can companies navigate the new challenges involved in sourcing efficient funding for new resources development projects?

As market conditions change, new ideas and innovations are needed.

This panel discussion will review attitudes of the traditional equity and project finance markets, outline how companies are reacting to these challenges and evaluate some of the new pools of alternative financing options available.

Questions will be addressed by a discussion panel with special guests:

  • Dr Mark Bennett – CEO of Sirius Resources
  • Mr Andrew Thorburn - CEO, National Australia Bank
  • Mr David Paradice – Founder and Portfolio Manager of Paradice Investment Management
  • Mr Guy Fowler – Chairman of UBS Investment Bank – Australia
  • Tim Day – Executive Director and Head of UBS Perth Office (Moderator)

Download the event flier here

Book your place today!


First Friday Jazz Club
Date: Fridays 3 October, 7 November, 5 December
Time: 7.00pm - late
Venue: Club Restaurant
Price: $59.50

Price includes a glass of sparkling wine on arrival, three-course menu and an evening of live jazz by the Cathrine Summers Trio.

Join us in the Club Restaurant on the first Friday of each month for what has fast become the Club's regular hot ticket event. The First Friday Jazz Club offers an unforgettable evening of fine food and live jazz by one of Perth's most popular outfits, the Cathrine Summers Trio.

Winning audiences with her undeniable on-stage charisma, melodic versatility and playful banter, Cathrine Summers' reputation as a jazz and soul performer of choice continues to grow. Cathrine's sultry, husky and inviting Alicia Keys-meets-Amy Winehouse voice full of timbre and soul has earned her regular spots at many well-known venues.

For bookings please contact Club Reception on (08) 6488 8770.


Quiz Night
Date: Thursday 9 October
Time: 6.30pm - 9.30pm
Venue: Club Cafe and Bar
Price: $25.00 per person (tables of 6)

Price includes a drink on arrival and snack platters to share.

Get a group of friends together for a night of brain-bending fun with Quizmaster Craig McAllister who will put your general and popular culture knowledge to the test.

There will be lots of fun prizes up for grabs and a cash bar available on the night.

This event is part of our Club Connect series.

For bookings please click here.


Food of the Southern Forests: Book Launch
Date: Wednesday 15 October
Time: 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Venue: Formal Dining Room
Price: $49.00 

Price includes a canape and drinks reception hosted by author Sophie Zalokar. 

Anyone interested in eating fresh, local and sustainable produce, as well as creative, forward-thinking cooks looking for inspiration will not want to miss this event where you will get to meet chef Sophie Zalokar and hear her talk about her passion for fresh seasonal produce grown in the stunning Southern Forest region.

You may not have heard much about the Southern Forests, but you’ve probably been eating fresh food grown in this region your whole life. Well-known Western Australian chef Sophie Zalokar (from the popular Foragers Field Kitchen & Cooking School in Pemberton) has brought together 40 producers and gatherers from the land, freshwater and sea, and created Food of the Southern Forests which is filled with recipes that show her love of authentic and exciting regional food, alongside the stories of the down-to-earth people who grow it.

Zalokar sources seasonal produce from this diverse and abundant region to offer surprising creations. Kale and ricotta wraps are served beside a wattle seed za’atar. Mulled blueberries join elderflower fritters and sweet labna. Wild mushrooms are foraged. Finger limes garnish marron and avocado. Salted caramel butter is spread on a macadamia and dried pear loaf.

Download the event brochure here

For bookings please call Club Reception on (08) 6488 8770 or click here.


Melbourne Cup Express Lunch 
Date: Tuesday 4 November
Time: 11.00am - 1.00pm
Venue: Club Cafe and Bar
Price: $25.00

Price includes a glass of sparkling wine on arrival, selected main course and a live screening of the 2014 Melbourne Cup.

Do you love the excitement of the Melbourne Cup but don’t have a lot of time to spare? Then look no further than the Club Café and Bar’s Express Melbourne Cup lunch.

Pop in for a glass of bubbles, have a flutter on the Club sweepstakes and enjoy a delicious meal while watching the race that stops the nation.

For bookings please click here. 


Melbourne Cup  
Date: Tuesday 4 November
Time: 11.00am - 3.00pm
Venue: Banquet Hall
Price: $75.00
(Limited reserved parking available for $15.00 per bay  - Booking essential)

Price includes a three-course lunch, selected beverages, live entertainment by the Cathrine Summers Trio and a telecast of the 2014 Melbourne Cup.

Celebrate the Melbourne Cup in true style at the Club’s annual lunch in the Banquet Hall.

Delight in a sumptuous three-course menu with free-flowing beverages while the stunning Cathrine Summers Trio makes this Melbourne Cup one to remember with an afternoon of sultry jazz.

As always, come dressed to impress (some great prizes are on offer) and be sure to bring some spare change to have a flutter on the Club’s Melbourne Cup Sweepstakes

For bookings please click here


FREE THE BEARS:
Welcome Luncheon for new Patron Dr. Harry Copper

Date: Friday 21st November 
Venue: The University Club 
Time: Drinks 11.30am - 12.00pm / Lunch 12.00pm - 4.00pm
Price: $150.00 per person 
Price includes a four course meal with wine & beer. Vegan/Vegetarian options available upon request. Live auction. Seating tables of 8/10. Parking available upon request. 

Come along and join Mary Hutton in welcoming Dr. Harry Cooper in his new role as patron for Free the Bears Fund. This welcome luncheon includes a four course lunch and a live auction.

Photographer Alex Cearns will share her experiences with our bears and have copies of her book "JOY - a celebration of the animal kingdom" available for purchase. 

About Free The Bears Fund
Free the bears is a non-profit organisation dedicated to protecting, preserving and enriching the lives of bears as well as creating positive change and employment within the local communities of the countries we work in. The fund was founded by Mary Hutton in 1995, with the office based in Perth. We are currently working in Cambodia, India, Laos and Vietnam.

We have great challenges ahead as we strive to protect wild bears from the many threats around them. Each country faces a unique set of issues to overcome, including bear bile farming, poaching and the restaurant trade. We employ a range of strategies including environmental education, conservation research and strengthened law enforcement to ensure that we achieve our mission to protect, preserve and enrich the lives of bears throughout the world. Every cent donated to Free the Bears is sent directly to our overseas projects as part of our 100% guarantee.  

Bookings
For more information or to make a booking please contact (08) 9244 1096 or download the booking form here.

The Club Gives Back
This event is proudly supported by the University Club as part of the University Club ‘The Club Gives Back’ campaign. For more information on 'The Club Gives Back' please click here.



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