Join us at the boathouse on Saturday, June 6, for the 14th annual National Learn To Row Day, sponsored by USRowing and Concept2! Spend three and a half hours with the EBRC men, women, and coaches to find out more about the sport and our team.
Participants can expect to:
– Tour the boathouse and get acquainted with rowing terms.
– Learn the basics of the rowing stroke on an erg (indoor rowing machine).
– Understand basic boat handling.
– Apply new skills on the water with a short row in our (very stable) barge.
– Learn about opportunities to join our men’s and women’s teams.
Class size is limited and participants are encouraged to register by sending an email with contact information to email@example.com. Drop-ins and all fitness levels are welcome. This event is designed for adults; however, if youth are interested in this program, please contact us for special arrangements.
Jack London Aquatic Center, 115 Embarcadero Ave, Oakland
(South of Jack London Square — please note that some GPS units do not route to the correct address)
Saturday, June 6, 10am-1pm
What to wear and bring:
Comfortable but fitted clothing, hat, socks, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a bottle of water.
Get ready in advance — fill out your Registration packet, including the waiver.
Our National Learn To Row Day event is free!
Learn To Row participants are eligible for a $100 2-week trial (5 practices) to continue learning with Coach Sara Nevin and get a better sense of what EBRC life is like. The practice schedule for the 2-week trial will be:
Wed / Fri 5:30am – 7:30am (June 10, 12, 17, 19)
Sat 10am – 12:30pm (June 13, 20)
For more information or to reserve your spot, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.