2020 Monthly RVR Association Luncheons
Due to current Covid-19 restrictions, there will be no milling at the bar, seated table service only, max 6 per table and bookings are essential.
Time: 11:30 for 12:00pm lunch
Venue: The Kelvin Club, 14-30 Melbourne Place, Melbourne - lane opposite the Russell Cinemas
Bookings: To assist The Kelvin Club set up please advise of your attendance by close of business Thursday before the scheduled lunch firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9654.5711.
The Association meets for lunch at the Kelvin Club once a month.
You don’t have to be an RVR Association member or a Kelvin Club member to attend the monthly lunch.
If you are an RVRA member you can become a Kelvin Club member for $30 a year.
Details are at the Kelvin Club website.
The Kelvin Club is a private club tucked away in the middle of Melbourne.
First established in 1865, it has been on this site in Melbourne Place since 1924.
It has a billiards room, fine dinning, extensively stocked bar and a function room upstairs were the Infantry Victoria Dinner is held each year. The feel of the Club is traditional gentlemen's club (women were only allowed to join as of 1997) meets hunting lodge and general's office. Be sure to salute the Queen – naturally her portrait hangs on the wall along with other military photos of interest.
All serving and former Infantrymen, their partners and friends are cordially invited to the
Infantry Victoria Annual Dinner
(Sponsered by the Royal Victoria Regiment Association)
The 16th Infantry Victoria Dinner
Date: 26th of February, 2021
Venue: Kelvin Club No. 1 Melbourne Place, Melbourne
Time: 7.00pm for 7.30 pm.
Cost: RVRA members $90 - Guests $110
(Cheques payable to the RVR Association or
e-transfer with BOOKING button below)
Guest Speaker: TBA
Dress: Mess Dress, Lounge Suit/Jacket & Tie.
Ladies - Evening wear.
Orders, Decorations and Medals.
Enquiries: Martin Catterall 0409856004
R.S.V.P. 12th February, 2021
ANZAC Day Commemorative Ceremony
25th April 2020
This Anzac Day, we call on you to #standto to honour the service of Australia’s defence forces, past and present. From your driveway, balcony, or within your home, let us all 'stand to' in shared reflection at 6am. The meaning of this important day endures as we #lightupthedawn with our Anzac spirit.
As you #standto we will be continuing in our unbroken tradition of laying a wreath to honour the service and sacrifice of so many. Join us virtually on Saturday 25 April as our live stream takes you into the heart of Shrine, the Sanctuary, to bring you the 2020 Dawn Service from 5.50am. This year’s Dawn Service is held behind closed doors but is open to all. Our live streamed service will ensure that all who serve, past and present, will never be forgotten.
Join our live stream event and #standto for our Anzacs.
On ANZAC Morning some radio stations will broadcast the War Memorial service starting at 05:30.
If you fly the Australian flag at your place, make sure you observe flag protocol.
Don’t forget to get an ANZAC day badge or donate to the appeal. Support the 2020 ANZAC Appeal. https://anzacappeal.com.au/.