What's going on at RCRC
Registration is OPEN and classes are ONGOING
Classes for middle school, high school, and adult athletes teach the basics of rowing; technique, teamwork, and commitment. Three programs are offered, to teach the community to row, from ages 10 - 80+.
All class participants are required to wear a protective face mask while on land at RCRC. Once participants are in their boat and leave the dock, they may remove and stow their mask until they are ready to return to the dock.
All classes are taught in single person boats (sculling)
Participants and staff must monitor their health and refrain from visiting RCRC if they meet the county guidelines to stay home.
Hand sanitizer will be used upon arrival and is recommended prior to leaving
All club equipment must be sanitized after each use.
- starting in July
- last Beginning class begins 8/6
- What's next? Team Sessions run through Fall 2020
High School Learn to Row
- starting in June
- last class begins 8/3
- NEW in 2020: Learn to Row Team - sign up in 1 week intervals and progressively build your new rowing skills
- What's next? Competitive team begins early Sept 2020
- starting in June
- last class begins 8/17
- What's next? Join the Novice Masters Team
Registration for summer rowing
Summer rowing program for members of the 2019-2020 RCRC Junior Team. See the RCRC listserv for details and register below.
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April 6, 2020
Dear River City Rowing Club Family,
I am glad to share with you the following profiles of our six graduating seniors from the Junior Rowing Team.
You know how passionate you all are about rowing! So imagine that you were in your final season of high school rowing, having worked so very hard, in many cases all four years of high school, and ready to shine on the homestretch to regional and national championships, then just after kicking off your first sprint races, the season gets put on hold and then cancelled all together. When I think of these six individuals I think of the momentum they were each bringing into their spring races; a result of their never dying passion and commitment. It's not surprising that they are all planning to continue rowing in college and I know that if you knew them as we as coaches and teammates do, you'd be very proud of what they've given RCRC and how they've handled these trying times, and excited for their futures.