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Harlem River Community Rowing is a volunteer-driven rowing program in New York City. We are committed to providing quality, affordable, accessible rowing opportunities for all New Yorkers and to helping to expand and enhance access to the Harlem River for on-water physical fitness and recreation, in particular for the communities of Northern Manhattan and the West and South Bronx. We hope to see you on the water soon!
HRCR welcomes you to In Your Neighborhood as part of City of Water Day 2019
UPDATE: All spots now reserved!
We are offering 2 sessions of our "Get on the Water" program on Sunday July 14, where our coaches will teach you how to row an 8-seat training barge in the Harlem River. Here are the details:
- Date: Sunday, July 14
Note that this is a day later than other City of Water events.
- Session 1: 9:30-10:30 - Session 2: 11:00-12:00
- Each session accommodates 8 people (+1 extra)
- No prior rowing experience necessary - Open to anyone age 14 and up
- This is FREE!
- Location: Muscota Marsh Dock in Inwood Hill Park (near 575 West 218th St.)
SPACES WILL BE HELD ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVE BASIS BY RESPONDING TO email@example.com WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
- Preferred Session (PLEASE SPECIFY 9:30-10:30, 11:00-12:00, or EITHER)
We will email you by Saturday at noon if you are confirmed to have a space in one of the sessions.
Get on the Water
An hour-long introduction to rowing, held in our stable eight-seat training barge.
Learn to Row
A multi-session coached program offered to those who've done our Get on the Water session.
Sculling sessions in a double or quad. For experienced rowers and graduates of our Learn to Row.
As a volunteer-based organization, we rely on the generosity of our friends, supporters and fellow rowers to provide excellent rowing instruction and help us revitalize the Harlem River. Get involved or donate! HRCR is an incorporated 501(c)(3) non-profit. Purchase HRCR gear to show your support. Or shop at Amazon Smile.