All members are welcome to the GRC annual general meeting. It will be held
March 30, 2016
Zehrs Community Room
1045 Imperial Road South at Paisley
Guelph, ON N1K 1X6
Come on out to see everyone, get a review of our past year, and start thinking about the great season coming up!
There will be a meeting for interested parents and athletes for the Guelph Rowing Club high school winter training program at the Guelph YMCA-YWCA at 7 pm Wednesday, January 11. Parents and students need to bring photo ID. We will discuss the winter training program and the upcoming spring on-the-water program. Please check the program page for further information and requirements.
GRC alumni and current members gathered on Sunday for a celebratory row and social. Thank you to all the former members who came from near and far to rekindle memories and provide updates on their adventures. The group filled two 8s and a quad for a relaxing row on beautiful (if somewhat diminished) water. Thank you to the organizers for putting this great event together and we look forward to the next one.
The Fall Junior learn to row program for high school students begins in September.
Information Meeting: Thursday, September 8, 6:00 PM
Where: Guelph Rowing Club boathouse
Who: Parents and athletes
Lessons: Monday to Friday: September 12–23 (two weeks)
To find out the details, view the program page.
If you are interested in coaching or coach boat driving, contact Pat Weir.
Congratulations to all of the graduates of Guelph Rowing Club’s 2016 Learn to Row and to all the competitors of the Learn to Row Regatta on July 9! See you on the water.
(Many more photos in the “GRC Photos” link to the left and down a little, navigate to the “albums” view.)
Congratulations to all the competitors in this year’s CORA Guelph regatta! And a hearty thanks to all the volunteers, officials, and attending clubs for making this a great event. More photos in the Flickr feed to the left, with more coming.
Julie Horrocks (both images)
The mornings on Guelph Lake for the past two weeks have been ideal for the sport of rowing.
The John F. Ross CVI senior women’s double pauses after a race piece.
The John F. Ross CVI senior men’s quad takes a break between pieces Tuesday morning.
Have you ever thought you’d like to try the sport of rowing? Rowing is a whole body exercise that builds strength and aerobic capacity. It also provides great team experiences, opportunities for competition, and the pleasure of being on the water. Join us to experience this exciting and growing sport!
Guelph Rowing Club has opened registration for adult Learn To Row classes for summer 2016. Classes start at the beginning of June and we have lots of choices for times. You can find out more on the program page, or contact us by email if you have questions.