South Niagara Rowing Club Welcomes You This Fall

Posted Sep 4th, 2014

South Niagara Rowing Club Welcomes You This Fall

The South Niagara Rowing Club (SNRC) offers you a fall of fun and competition; all ages and experience levels are welcome to join them this Saturday, September 6th for a fall rowing registration information session and barbeque from 9 am – 1 pm.  Find out more about the following fall programs: youth learn to row, high school men, high school women, train to train, adult learn to row, and Masters Men and Women rowing. 

Established in 1975, the South Niagara Rowing Club has the privilege to host many regattas every year. The course is consistently the site for many Canadian National Rowing Teams Training Camps and Trials, in addition to National Team Training for teams overseas. Not only has the course itself been sought out nationally and internationally, the athletes of the South Niagara Rowing Club have experienced international success, medalling in various prestigious regattas – including South Niagara Rowing Club alumni having recent success at the 2014 World Rowing Championships!

Their Open House this Saturday strengthens the club’s mission of bringing, “new participation into the sport of rowing, to develop their fitness, athleticism, and rowing skills, and to further their interest, involvement and achievement in rowing.”

Come tour the club, enjoy a barbeque, and learn more about the many possibilities the South Niagara Rowing Club offers!

Join us:

Saturday, September 6th, 2014

9 am – 1 pm

South Niagara Rowing Club Portable / Pavilion

270 Colborne St

Welland, ON


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