Have you have always wanted to row?
This is the course for you!
Participants will learn rowing safety, rowing technique and boat handling
No previous experience necessary
When is it?
There are 7 program options (8 lessons in each program):
|Monday & Wednesday|
June 5 – June 28
|Tuesday & Thursday|
June 6 – June 29
|Saturday & Sunday|
June 3 – June 25
|6:00am – 7:15am||4:30pm – 5:45pm||8:00am – 9:15am|
|6:00pm – 7:15pm||6:00pm – 7:15pm|
|7:30pm – 8:45pm||7:30pm – 8:45pm|
Note: the 4:30pm time slot will be reserved for high school aged participants. If a young rower is accompanied by a parent who is also rowing, all other time slots are available for the duo.
What does it cost?
$345.00 (Note: The fee includes membership in Rowing Canada Aviron and Row Ontario as well as the cost of a season pass to Guelph Lake Conservation Area).
How many people can sign up?
Spaces are limited to a maximum of eight people per lesson option and coaching availability. So sign ups are first come, first served.
How fit do I have to be?
We welcome participants 13 years and up, of all abilities and fitness levels. You must be able to swim 30 metres. Some freedom of movement is required for getting into and out of the boat. Crews will also carry their boat to the water.
What do I wear?
Close fitting shorts (spandex bike-type shorts are ideal) or tights, and a t-shirt (with a sweatshirt or fleece if it is cold). Remember to wear/bring socks and a water bottle.
How do I keep rowing after Learn to Row?
In 2023, adult graduates can register for the Novice Program. Details will be discussed at the end of Learn to Row sessions.
Where is it?
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Want to sign up?
If this all sounds interesting to you, please register and come learn to row at the GRC