Adult Learn to Row
Adult Learn to Row is open to everyone age 14 and over. Middle school and high school students may also be interested in our MS/HS LTR program.
After completing the class, rowers are invited to join adult Novice practices through August 31st at no additional charge!
No prior experience is necessary.
Please check out our swim test requirement before signing up. We appreciate it if you can complete the swim test before class begins. If you can't, please tell your instructor and they can make sure you have a life jacket handy when you row.
class schedule 2021
Evening classes: Evening classes meet twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, for two weeks.
Weekend classes: Weekend classes meet on Saturday and Sunday, for one weekend. We also reserve the following weekend in case the first weekend gets rained out.
Private lessons: If these dates don't work for you, or you're interested in private lessons for any other reason, please contact the Learn to Row Coordinator for help getting set up with a coach.
Get updates: If you're interested in learning to row but aren't ready to sign up for a class yet, please register below to get Learn to Row updates!
Covid-19 safety precautions
Fully vaccinated individuals do not need to follow any safety precautions. If you are not fully vaccinated, we ask that you wear a mask whenever you're inside the boathouse. You're also welcome to wear a mask whenever you wish, if it makes you feel more comfortable.
Q: I want to learn to row in a single. Do you teach sculling?
Q: Sculling? Sweep? What?
Sweep rowing is when you have just one oar, and you row in a bigger boat with other people.
Q: Where can I park for class?
Q: What happens to class when it is raining?
Q: What should I wear to class?
Please wear or bring:
Please note you'll need two pairs of shoes--a pair of sandals and a pair of gym shoes.
Q: What else should I bring to class?