2020 Monthly RVR Association Luncheons
Dates: Friday 13th of March, 2020
Note: Mr. John Hanlon OAM will be in town and will be having lunch at the Kelvin Club.
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.
Last minute inclusion can turn up on the day as there are always seats set aside for late
arrivals. RVR Members and friends are welcome.
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 end of the Membership Page.
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 dining, 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 2020
Date: 6th of November, 2020
Venue: Kelvin Club No. 1 Melbourne Place, Melbourne
Time: 7.00pm for 7.30 pm.
Cost: RVRA members TBA - Guests TBA
(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
ANZAC Day Commemorative March
25th April 2020
Whilst physically attending a service on ANZAC Day this year will not be possible, we must remember that ANZAC Day is about so much more than this. We should all embody the spirit and sentiment in those solemn words; Lest We Forget.