Community wellness through rowing

Events

Upcoming events

    • 14 Jan 2015
    • 28 Mar 2015
    • Westside Fitness, 1618 Leonard St. NW, Grand Rapids MI 49504

    Rowing practices start Wednesday, January 14, 2015.

    All junior (high school and 8th grade) athletes can sign up for the winter season of rowing by registering using this link.
     

    Please enter your information and plan to attend the next practice. Practices are Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Check the "Practice Schedule" page for details. Unless otherwise noted, practices take place at Westside Fitness, located at 1618 Leonard Street NW, Grand Rapids 49504.

     

    The class fee for Junior Rowing – Winter 2015 includes a one-year membership at Westside Fitness. The fee is $225 and is required by Saturday, January 17. You can bring a check to give to the coach at practice on Wednesday or Friday, or pay online.
     

    Important: Please download and complete this waiver (Adobe PDF) and bring it to the first practice with you. All athletes are required to complete this waiver once per calendar year.

     

    Also, please make sure to sign up for the GR Crew Shutterfly Group! This is the primary mode of communication for the team.
    • 01 Feb 2015
    • 12:00 AM
    • 22 Feb 2015
    • 11:59 PM
    • Wherever there is an erg

    The Grand Rapids Rowing Association will be offering a virtual rowing competition as part of the 2015 Winter Games.

    In order to compete, follow these five easy steps:

    1. Participants must be registered for the event through this site.

    2. Row your race on a rowing machine any time between 12:00AM EST on 2/1/15 and 11:59PM EST 2/22/15.

    3. Get your verified (IND_V) results immediately after finishing your race.

    4. Enter your results online into your Concept2 Online Logbook and rank your piece (by clicking "rank" in the Logbook). NOTE: Make sure to log and rank your results within the racing window (12:00AM EST on 2/1/15 and 11:59PM EST 2/22/15).

    5. You're done. Good luck with your races!

    REGISTER AT www.stategamesofmichigan.com/WGRowing



     

    • 03 Feb 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • 1014 Lake Michigan Dr. NW Grand Rapids, MI 49504
    The Junior Booster meeting is open to all GRRA members and junior rowing parents. Refreshments/snacks will be served. Hope to see you there!

    Agenda:
    -Junior winter season - meeting Coach Schut and talking about how the season is going
    -Planning for spring season - talking to Landon about dock-in, coaching and regatta schedule
    -Future spending of booster funds - how should we spend booster money in regards to travel, hotel stays and equipment
    -Fundraising ideas - planning for spring can/bottle drive, spring/summer car washes, summer rummage sale, fall craft show, restaurant night(s)

    There will be time at the end of the meeting to bring up additional ideas or issues that you may have.
    • 12 Feb 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Kent District Library - Comstock Park Branch 3943 West River Dr NE Comstock Park, MI 49321

    The GRRA Board of Directors' February board meeting. This is also the Annual Membership Meeting, where board elections take place. All members are welcome.

    • 16 Feb 2015
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • 2055 Oak Industrial Drive NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505
    • 12
    As part of our give back to the community, we are volunteering at Kids' Food Basket. This is open to adult/junior rowers and their family and friends. Kids younger than middle school age will have an opportunity to color sack supper bags during our scheduled time. Please come and hang out with your fellow rowers for a worthwhile cause.
    • 14 Mar 2015
    • Weed Street Boathouse, Chicago IL

    The Chicago Rowing Foundation hosts the St. Pats Sprint as a fundraiser for our friends at Recovery On Water. Their annual regatta is on 3/14/15. Members, contact coach Dave if you are interested in racing at this event.

    Event Page

    • 16 Mar 2015
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • 2055 Oak Industrial Drive NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505
    • 12
    As part of our give back to the community, we are volunteering at Kids' Food Basket. This is open to adult/junior rowers and their family and friends. Kids younger than middle school age will have an opportunity to color sack supper bags during our scheduled time. Please come and hang out with your fellow rowers for a worthwhile cause.
    • 28 Mar 2015
    • 9:00 AM
    • Forest Hills Central
    • 13 Apr 2015
    • 6:00 PM
    • 20 May 2015
    • 8:00 PM
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 32

    Head Instructor: R. Shea
    Assistant Instructor: XXXX

    This program meets twice weekly, on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 - 8 pm at the Grand Rapids boathouse. Additionally, there will be a final mini-regatta and cookout (at which family and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend!) at 6 pm on Friday, May 22 at the boathouse. Please mark that date on your calendar.

    This class is designed for first time beginners as well as advanced adults who have either participated in a previous session or have rowing experience. Beginners will be taught the basics of the rowing stroke, how to handle the equipment and will spend much of the time on the water having fun with their classmates and enjoying the sport.

    Based on feedback from previous years' students, we have extended the class from four to six weeks, and are also departing slightly from the format of previous years classe. This class has much less emphasis on speed and competition, and rather will focus more on student enjoyment, technique, and working well with your crewmates.

    The content of all 100-level sessions is the same; intermediate (200 level) for sweep rowing and sculling (300 level) classes are also available.

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    We recommend bringing bug spray, sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car is also a good idea.

    Please note: As all classes take place outdoors, we have periodically been forced to cancel individual class periods due to flooding or bad weather. We guarantee that we will hold at least 10 of 12 scheduled class periods - and typically are able to "make up" lost classes, as well.

    Attendance is limited so sign up now! At least 8 students are required in order to run the class, and we can only accept up to 32 students. Additionally, if flooding or other unforeseen conditions force us to cancel the class altogether, your registration fee can be refunded in full or transferred to a future class.

    IMPORTANT: All non-member participants will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 14 Apr 2015
    • 6:00 PM
    • 21 May 2015
    • 8:00 PM
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 31

    This program meets twice weekly, on Tuesdays anThursdays from 6 - 8 pm at the Grand Rapids boathouse. Additionally, there will be a final mini-regatta and cookout (at which family and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend!) at 6 pm on Friday, May 22 at the boathouse. Please mark that date on your calendar.

    This class is designed for first time beginners as well as advanced adults who have either participated in a previous session or have rowing experience. Beginners will be taught the basics of the rowing stroke, how to handle the equipment and will spend much of the time on the water having fun with their classmates and enjoying the sport.

    Based on feedback from previous years' students, we have extended the class from four to six weeks, and are also departing slightly from the format of previous years classe. This class has much less emphasis on speed and competition, and rather will focus more on student enjoyment, technique, and working well with your crewmates.

    The content of all 100-level sessions is the same; intermediate (200 level) for sweep rowing and sculling (300 level) classes are also available.

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    We recommend bringing bug spray, sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car is also a good idea.

    Please note: As all classes take place outdoors, we have periodically been forced to cancel individual class periods due to flooding or bad weather. We guarantee that we will hold at least 10 of 12 scheduled class periods - and typically are able to "make up" lost classes, as well.

    Attendance is limited so sign up now! At least 8 students are required in order to run the class, and we can only accept up to 32 students. Additionally, if flooding or other unforeseen conditions force us to cancel the class altogether, your registration fee can be refunded in full or transferred to a future class.

    IMPORTANT: All non-member participants will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 21 Apr 2015
    • 25 Apr 2015
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 5

    Instructor: Donnelly

    This program meets three times for approximately one week: Tuesday evening (6-8 pm) Thursday evening (6-8 pm), and Saturday morning (10-12 am) at the Grand Rapids boathouse.

    The class is designed for beginners as well as advanced adults who have either participated in a previous session or have rowing experience. Beginners will be taught sculling in recreational single shells. Participants will have opportunities for informal racing, but the intensity of all sessions will be based on the ability and desire of the participants.

    Members: This course is designed to prepare you for the blue-level certification exam, which will allow you to take any coxed or recreational-level shell from the boathouse, with other certified rowers or by yourself.

    The content of all 300-level sessions is the same; intermediate (400 level) classes are also available. (There are no 100-level sculling classes, since all participants must have already completed a 100-level Learn to Row class or have other substantial sweep experience prior to taking this course.)

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    Bring some bug spray and sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car would also be a good idea.

    Attendance is limited to 5 participants so sign up now! A minimum of 3 students is needed to run the class. Member rates become available on April 6.

    IMPORTANT: All participants will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 05 May 2015
    • 09 May 2015
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 4
    Registration is closed

    This program meets three times in one week, on Tuesday (6-8p), Thursday evening (6-8p) and Saturday morning (10-12) at the Grand Rapids boathouse.

    This class is open only to GRRA members.

    The course is designed for scullers who have either participated in a previous 200-level sculling class or have other substantial sculling experience. Participants will exclusively use racing shells (and comfortably so), will learn race strategies and advanced techniques with which to maximize their efficiency and power on the water. Participants will have opportunities for informal racing, but the intensity of all sessions will be based on the ability and desire of the participants.

    Members: This course is designed to prepare you for the green-level certification exam, which will allow you to take any racing or non-coxed shell from the boathouse, with other green certified rowers, or by yourself.

    The content of all 400-level courses is the same.

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    Bring some bug spray and sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car would also be a good idea.

    Attendance is limited to just 4 participants so sign up now! 2 students are required to run the class. Member rates become available on April 6.

    IMPORTANT: All participants that have not previously taken a 2015 GRRA class or are not a club member will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 26 May 2015
    • 30 May 2015
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 5

    Instructor: Donnelly

    This program meets three times for approximately one week: Tuesday evening (6-8 pm) Thursday evening (6-8 pm), and Saturday morning (10-12 am) at the Grand Rapids boathouse.

    The class is designed for beginners as well as advanced adults who have either participated in a previous session or have rowing experience. Beginners will be taught sculling in recreational single shells. Participants will have opportunities for informal racing, but the intensity of all sessions will be based on the ability and desire of the participants.

    Members: This course is designed to prepare you for the blue-level certification exam, which will allow you to take any coxed or recreational-level shell from the boathouse, with other certified rowers or by yourself.

    The content of all 300-level sessions is the same; intermediate (400 level) classes are also available. (There are no 100-level sculling classes, since all participants must have already completed a 100-level Learn to Row class or have other substantial sweep experience prior to taking this course.)

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    Bring some bug spray and sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car would also be a good idea.

    Attendance is limited to 5 participants so sign up now! A minimum of 3 students is needed to run the class. Member rates become available on April 6.

    IMPORTANT: All participants will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 01 Jun 2015
    • 6:00 PM
    • 08 Jul 2015
    • 8:00 PM
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 32

    This program meets twice weekly, on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 - 8 pm at the Grand Rapids boathouse. Additionally, there will be a final mini-regatta and cookout (at which family and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend!) at 6 pm on Friday, July 10 at the boathouse. Please mark that date on your calendar.

    This class is designed for first time beginners as well as advanced adults who have either participated in a previous session or have rowing experience. Beginners will be taught the basics of the rowing stroke, how to handle the equipment and will spend much of the time on the water having fun with their classmates and enjoying the sport.

    Based on feedback from previous years' students, we have extended the class from four to six weeks, and are also departing slightly from the format of previous years classe. This class has much less emphasis on speed and competition, and rather will focus more on student enjoyment, technique, and working well with your crewmates.

    The content of all 100-level sessions is the same; intermediate (200 level) for sweep rowing and sculling (300 level) classes are also available.

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    We recommend bringing bug spray, sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car is also a good idea.

    Please note: As all classes take place outdoors, we have periodically been forced to cancel individual class periods due to flooding or bad weather. We guarantee that we will hold at least 10 of 12 scheduled class periods - and typically are able to "make up" lost classes, as well.

    Attendance is limited so sign up now! At least 8 students are required in order to run the class, and we can only accept up to 32 students. Additionally, if flooding or other unforeseen conditions force us to cancel the class altogether, your registration fee can be refunded in full or transferred to a future class.

    IMPORTANT: All non-member participants will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 02 Jun 2015
    • 06 Jun 2015
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 4
    Registration is closed

    This program meets three times in one week, on Tuesday (6-8p), Thursday evening (6-8p) and Saturday morning (10-12) at the Grand Rapids boathouse.

    This class is open only to GRRA members.

    The course is designed for scullers who have either participated in a previous 200-level sculling class or have other substantial sculling experience. Participants will exclusively use racing shells (and comfortably so), will learn race strategies and advanced techniques with which to maximize their efficiency and power on the water. Participants will have opportunities for informal racing, but the intensity of all sessions will be based on the ability and desire of the participants.

    Members: This course is designed to prepare you for the green-level certification exam, which will allow you to take any racing or non-coxed shell from the boathouse, with other green certified rowers, or by yourself.

    The content of all 400-level courses is the same.

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    Bring some bug spray and sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car would also be a good idea.

    Attendance is limited to just 4 participants so sign up now! 2 students are required to run the class. Member rates become available on April 6.

    IMPORTANT: All participants that have not previously taken a 2015 GRRA class or are not a club member will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 02 Jun 2015
    • 6:00 PM
    • 09 Jul 2015
    • 8:00 PM
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 32

    This program meets twice weekly, on Tuesdays anThursdays from 6 - 8 pm at the Grand Rapids boathouse. Additionally, there will be a final mini-regatta and cookout (at which family and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend!) at 6 pm on Friday, July 10 at the boathouse. Please mark that date on your calendar.

    This class is designed for first time beginners as well as advanced adults who have either participated in a previous session or have rowing experience. Beginners will be taught the basics of the rowing stroke, how to handle the equipment and will spend much of the time on the water having fun with their classmates and enjoying the sport.

    Based on feedback from previous years' students, we have extended the class from four to six weeks, and are also departing slightly from the format of previous years classe. This class has much less emphasis on speed and competition, and rather will focus more on student enjoyment, technique, and working well with your crewmates.

    The content of all 100-level sessions is the same; intermediate (200 level) for sweep rowing and sculling (300 level) classes are also available.

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    We recommend bringing bug spray, sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car is also a good idea.

    Please note: As all classes take place outdoors, we have periodically been forced to cancel individual class periods due to flooding or bad weather. We guarantee that we will hold at least 10 of 12 scheduled class periods - and typically are able to "make up" lost classes, as well.

    Attendance is limited so sign up now! At least 8 students are required in order to run the class, and we can only accept up to 32 students. Additionally, if flooding or other unforeseen conditions force us to cancel the class altogether, your registration fee can be refunded in full or transferred to a future class.

    IMPORTANT: All non-member participants will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 09 Jun 2015
    • 6:00 PM
    • 15 Jul 2015
    • 8:00 PM
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 16

    This program meets twice weekly, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 - 8 pm at the Grand Rapids boathouse. Additionally, there will be a final mini-regatta and cookout (at which family and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend!) at 6 pm on Friday, July 17 at the boathouse. Please mark that date on your calendar.

    The class is designed for adult rowers who have either participated in a 100-level learn to row session or have other substantial rowing experience. Participants will focus on learning techniques to build endurance and speed on the water, beginning racing strategy, and a greater overall sweep skill set. The content of all 200-level courses is the same.

    The intensity of all sessions will be based on the ability and desire of the participants.

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    We recommend bringing bug spray, sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car is also a good idea.

    Please note: As all classes take place outdoors, we have periodically been forced to cancel individual class periods due to flooding or bad weather. We guarantee that we will hold at least 10 of 12 scheduled class periods - and typically are able to "make up" lost classes, as well.

    Attendance is limited so sign up now! Member rates become available on April 6, 2015.

    IMPORTANT: Participants that have not previously participated in a 2015 GRRA class and are not members will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 27 Jun 2015
    • Riverside Park, Grand Rapids, Michigan

    This is our flagship regatta! The 28th Annual Grand Regatta will take place on Saturday, June 27, 2015.

    This regatta is the rowing event for the 6th State Games of Michigan. Racing categories will include masters, senior, open, junior, youth, and adult rec.

    Details at www.grandregatta.com.

    • 20 Jul 2015
    • 6:00 PM
    • 26 Aug 2015
    • 8:00 PM
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 32

    This program meets twice weekly, on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 - 8 pm at the Grand Rapids boathouse. Additionally, there will be a final mini-regatta and cookout (at which family and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend!) at 6 pm on Friday, August 28 at the boathouse. Please mark that date on your calendar.

    This class is designed for first time beginners as well as advanced adults who have either participated in a previous session or have rowing experience. Beginners will be taught the basics of the rowing stroke, how to handle the equipment and will spend much of the time on the water having fun with their classmates and enjoying the sport.

    Based on feedback from previous years' students, we have extended the class from four to six weeks, and are also departing slightly from the format of previous years classe. This class has much less emphasis on speed and competition, and rather will focus more on student enjoyment, technique, and working well with your crewmates.

    The content of all 100-level sessions is the same; intermediate (200 level) for sweep rowing and sculling (300 level) classes are also available.

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    We recommend bringing bug spray, sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car is also a good idea.

    Please note: As all classes take place outdoors, we have periodically been forced to cancel individual class periods due to flooding or bad weather. We guarantee that we will hold at least 10 of 12 scheduled class periods - and typically are able to "make up" lost classes, as well.

    Attendance is limited so sign up now! At least 8 students are required in order to run the class, and we can only accept up to 32 students. Additionally, if flooding or other unforeseen conditions force us to cancel the class altogether, your registration fee can be refunded in full or transferred to a future class.

    IMPORTANT: All non-member participants will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 21 Jul 2015
    • 25 Jul 2015
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 5

    Instructor: Donnelly

    This program meets three times for approximately one week: Tuesday evening (6-8 pm) Thursday evening (6-8 pm), and Saturday morning (10-12 am) at the Grand Rapids boathouse.

    The class is designed for beginners as well as advanced adults who have either participated in a previous session or have rowing experience. Beginners will be taught sculling in recreational single shells. Participants will have opportunities for informal racing, but the intensity of all sessions will be based on the ability and desire of the participants.

    Members: This course is designed to prepare you for the blue-level certification exam, which will allow you to take any coxed or recreational-level shell from the boathouse, with other certified rowers or by yourself.

    The content of all 300-level sessions is the same; intermediate (400 level) classes are also available. (There are no 100-level sculling classes, since all participants must have already completed a 100-level Learn to Row class or have other substantial sweep experience prior to taking this course.)

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    Bring some bug spray and sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car would also be a good idea.

    Attendance is limited to 5 participants so sign up now! A minimum of 3 students is needed to run the class. Member rates become available on April 6.

    IMPORTANT: All participants will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 21 Jul 2015
    • 6:00 PM
    • 27 Aug 2015
    • 8:00 PM
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 32

    This program meets twice weekly, on Tuesdays anThursdays from 6 - 8 pm at the Grand Rapids boathouse. Additionally, there will be a final mini-regatta and cookout (at which family and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend!) at 6 pm on Friday, August 28 at the boathouse. Please mark that date on your calendar.

    This class is designed for first time beginners as well as advanced adults who have either participated in a previous session or have rowing experience. Beginners will be taught the basics of the rowing stroke, how to handle the equipment and will spend much of the time on the water having fun with their classmates and enjoying the sport.

    Based on feedback from previous years' students, we have extended the class from four to six weeks, and are also departing slightly from the format of previous years classe. This class has much less emphasis on speed and competition, and rather will focus more on student enjoyment, technique, and working well with your crewmates.

    The content of all 100-level sessions is the same; intermediate (200 level) for sweep rowing and sculling (300 level) classes are also available.

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    We recommend bringing bug spray, sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car is also a good idea.

    Please note: As all classes take place outdoors, we have periodically been forced to cancel individual class periods due to flooding or bad weather. We guarantee that we will hold at least 10 of 12 scheduled class periods - and typically are able to "make up" lost classes, as well.

    Attendance is limited so sign up now! At least 8 students are required in order to run the class, and we can only accept up to 32 students. Additionally, if flooding or other unforeseen conditions force us to cancel the class altogether, your registration fee can be refunded in full or transferred to a future class.

    IMPORTANT: All non-member participants will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 25 Jul 2015
    • Argo Pond, Ann Arbor, MI

    MCI Regatta Logo
    The MCI regatta is a summer sprint race hosted our friends at the Ann Arbor Rowing Club.

    Details available soon at RegattaCentral.

    • 04 Aug 2015
    • 08 Aug 2015
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 4
    Registration is closed

    This program meets three times in one week, on Tuesday (6-8p), Thursday evening (6-8p) and Saturday morning (10-12) at the Grand Rapids boathouse.

    This class is open only to GRRA members.

    The course is designed for scullers who have either participated in a previous 200-level sculling class or have other substantial sculling experience. Participants will exclusively use racing shells (and comfortably so), will learn race strategies and advanced techniques with which to maximize their efficiency and power on the water. Participants will have opportunities for informal racing, but the intensity of all sessions will be based on the ability and desire of the participants.

    Members: This course is designed to prepare you for the green-level certification exam, which will allow you to take any racing or non-coxed shell from the boathouse, with other green certified rowers, or by yourself.

    The content of all 400-level courses is the same.

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    Bring some bug spray and sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car would also be a good idea.

    Attendance is limited to just 4 participants so sign up now! 2 students are required to run the class. Member rates become available on April 6.

    IMPORTANT: All participants that have not previously taken a 2015 GRRA class or are not a club member will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 08 Sep 2015
    • 12 Sep 2015
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 5

    Instructor: Donnelly

    This program meets three times for approximately one week: Tuesday evening (6-8 pm) Thursday evening (6-8 pm), and Saturday morning (10-12 am) at the Grand Rapids boathouse.

    The class is designed for beginners as well as advanced adults who have either participated in a previous session or have rowing experience. Beginners will be taught sculling in recreational single shells. Participants will have opportunities for informal racing, but the intensity of all sessions will be based on the ability and desire of the participants.

    Members: This course is designed to prepare you for the blue-level certification exam, which will allow you to take any coxed or recreational-level shell from the boathouse, with other certified rowers or by yourself.

    The content of all 300-level sessions is the same; intermediate (400 level) classes are also available. (There are no 100-level sculling classes, since all participants must have already completed a 100-level Learn to Row class or have other substantial sweep experience prior to taking this course.)

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    Bring some bug spray and sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car would also be a good idea.

    Attendance is limited to 5 participants so sign up now! A minimum of 3 students is needed to run the class. Member rates become available on April 6.

    IMPORTANT: All participants will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 14 Sep 2015
    • 6:00 PM
    • 21 Oct 2015
    • 8:00 PM
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 32

    This program meets twice weekly, on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 - 8 pm at the Grand Rapids boathouse. Additionally, there will be a final mini-regatta and cookout (at which family and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend!) at 6 pm on Friday, October 23 at the boathouse. Please mark that date on your calendar.

    This class is designed for first time beginners as well as advanced adults who have either participated in a previous session or have rowing experience. Beginners will be taught the basics of the rowing stroke, how to handle the equipment and will spend much of the time on the water having fun with their classmates and enjoying the sport.

    Based on feedback from previous years' students, we have extended the class from four to six weeks, and are also departing slightly from the format of previous years classe. This class has much less emphasis on speed and competition, and rather will focus more on student enjoyment, technique, and working well with your crewmates.

    The content of all 100-level sessions is the same; intermediate (200 level) for sweep rowing and sculling (300 level) classes are also available.

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    We recommend bringing bug spray, sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car is also a good idea.

    Please note: As all classes take place outdoors, we have periodically been forced to cancel individual class periods due to flooding or bad weather. We guarantee that we will hold at least 10 of 12 scheduled class periods - and typically are able to "make up" lost classes, as well.

    Attendance is limited so sign up now! At least 8 students are required in order to run the class, and we can only accept up to 32 students. Additionally, if flooding or other unforeseen conditions force us to cancel the class altogether, your registration fee can be refunded in full or transferred to a future class.

    IMPORTANT: All non-member participants will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 15 Sep 2015
    • 6:00 PM
    • 22 Oct 2015
    • 8:00 PM
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 32

    This program meets twice weekly, on Tuesdays anThursdays from 6 - 8 pm at the Grand Rapids boathouse. Additionally, there will be a final mini-regatta and cookout (at which family and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend!) at 6 pm on Friday, October 23 at the boathouse. Please mark that date on your calendar.

    This class is designed for first time beginners as well as advanced adults who have either participated in a previous session or have rowing experience. Beginners will be taught the basics of the rowing stroke, how to handle the equipment and will spend much of the time on the water having fun with their classmates and enjoying the sport.

    Based on feedback from previous years' students, we have extended the class from four to six weeks, and are also departing slightly from the format of previous years classe. This class has much less emphasis on speed and competition, and rather will focus more on student enjoyment, technique, and working well with your crewmates.

    The content of all 100-level sessions is the same; intermediate (200 level) for sweep rowing and sculling (300 level) classes are also available.

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    We recommend bringing bug spray, sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car is also a good idea.

    Please note: As all classes take place outdoors, we have periodically been forced to cancel individual class periods due to flooding or bad weather. We guarantee that we will hold at least 10 of 12 scheduled class periods - and typically are able to "make up" lost classes, as well.

    Attendance is limited so sign up now! At least 8 students are required in order to run the class, and we can only accept up to 32 students. Additionally, if flooding or other unforeseen conditions force us to cancel the class altogether, your registration fee can be refunded in full or transferred to a future class.

    IMPORTANT: All non-member participants will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 15 Sep 2015
    • 6:00 PM
    • 22 Oct 2015
    • 8:00 PM
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 16

    This program meets twice weekly, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 - 8 pm at the Grand Rapids boathouse. Additionally, there will be a final mini-regatta and cookout (at which family and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend!) at 6 pm on Friday, October 23 at the boathouse. Please mark that date on your calendar.

    The class is designed for adult rowers who have either participated in a 100-level learn to row session or have other substantial rowing experience. Participants will focus on learning techniques to build endurance and speed on the water, beginning racing strategy, and a greater overall sweep skill set. The content of all 200-level courses is the same.

    The intensity of all sessions will be based on the ability and desire of the participants.

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    We recommend bringing bug spray, sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car is also a good idea.

    Please note: As all classes take place outdoors, we have periodically been forced to cancel individual class periods due to flooding or bad weather. We guarantee that we will hold at least 10 of 12 scheduled class periods - and typically are able to "make up" lost classes, as well.

    Attendance is limited so sign up now! Member rates become available on April 6, 2015.

    IMPORTANT: Participants that have not previously participated in a 2015 GRRA class and are not members will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 22 Sep 2015
    • 26 Sep 2015
    • GRRA Boathouse, 291 North Park St NW
    • 4
    Registration is closed

    This program meets three times in one week, on Tuesday (6-8p), Thursday evening (6-8p) and Saturday morning (10-12) at the Grand Rapids boathouse.

    This class is open only to GRRA members.

    The course is designed for scullers who have either participated in a previous 200-level sculling class or have other substantial sculling experience. Participants will exclusively use racing shells (and comfortably so), will learn race strategies and advanced techniques with which to maximize their efficiency and power on the water. Participants will have opportunities for informal racing, but the intensity of all sessions will be based on the ability and desire of the participants.

    Members: This course is designed to prepare you for the green-level certification exam, which will allow you to take any racing or non-coxed shell from the boathouse, with other green certified rowers, or by yourself.

    The content of all 400-level courses is the same.

    What to bring: Rowing is a good workout. Wear workout clothes. Wear tight-fitting shorts (spandex if you dare), as loose-fitting clothes will get caught in the rowing shell's mechanisms. Wear socks that you are not afraid to get dirty - really dirty - and shoes that you can easily slip off.

    Bring some bug spray and sunglasses, and a full water bottle to every practice.

    Rowing is a water sport. We could row in the rain, so a towel and change of clothes in your car would also be a good idea.

    Attendance is limited to just 4 participants so sign up now! 2 students are required to run the class. Member rates become available on April 6.

    IMPORTANT: All participants that have not previously taken a 2015 GRRA class or are not a club member will need to read, print, and bring this (signed) waiver to the first session! We must have a signed waiver from you in order to place you in a boat!

    (Waiver requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the free Reader software here.)

    • 24 Oct 2015
    • 25 Oct 2015
    • Lake Leelanau Rowing Club

    A fall race hosted by our friends at the Lake Leelanau Rowing Club and Fountain Point Resort. Members, please contact a coach if you are interested in racing at this event.

    Information available soon on RegattaCentral.

Past events

14 Jan 2015 GR Forward Planning Meeting for GRRA
11 Jan 2015 Move Ergs - MOVED TO SUNDAY
10 Jan 2015 GRRA Annual Holiday Party
08 Jan 2015 GRRA Board Meeting (CANCELLED)
14 Dec 2014 Westside Fitness open house
06 Dec 2014 GRRA Board Meeting & Planning Session
13 Nov 2014 GRRA Board Meeting
08 Nov 2014 End-of-Season Work Party ("Dock-Out")
25 Oct 2014 The Leelanau Chase
21 Oct 2014 Logan's Roadhouse - Fundraiser Night
19 Oct 2014 Junior Rowing Team Car Wash Fundraiser
16 Oct 2014 GRRA Board Meeting
12 Oct 2014 Head of the Grand
07 Oct 2014 GR Crew Booster Meeting
30 Sep 2014 Rowing 202: Intermediate Sweep Rowing
27 Sep 2014 Frogtown Regatta
26 Sep 2014 Boats, Beer, and Burgers IV
23 Sep 2014 Learn to Scull 207: Sculling for Beginners
20 Sep 2014 11th Annual Grand River Cleanup
11 Sep 2014 GRRA Board Meeting
09 Sep 2014 Sculling 304: Intermediate Sculling
06 Sep 2014 Learn-to-Row Day and Open House for High School Students
05 Sep 2014 Fall Clothing Order
03 Sep 2014 Junior Boosters Fall Planning Meeting
03 Sep 2014 Learn To Row 106: Beginning Sweep Rowing
03 Sep 2014 Adult Competitive Fall Season Meeting
02 Sep 2014 Learn To Row 107: Beginning Sweep Rowing
26 Aug 2014 Learn To Row Day
26 Aug 2014 Learn to Scull 206: Sculling for Beginners (Cancelled)
25 Aug 2014 Masters Rowing - Head Race Season
25 Aug 2014 Junior Rowing - Fall 2014
21 Aug 2014 GRRA Board Meeting (to be rescheduled)
21 Aug 2014 Beers, Burgers and Volunteers!
14 Aug 2014 USRowing Masters National Championship Regatta
09 Aug 2014 Capital City Sprints Regatta
26 Jul 2014 Junior Booster Yard Sale
25 Jul 2014 Boats, Beer, and Burgers III
22 Jul 2014 Learn to Scull 205: Sculling for Beginners
19 Jul 2014 Michigan Club Invitational Regatta
17 Jul 2014 DTE Energy Learn to Row
10 Jul 2014 GRRA Board Meeting
08 Jul 2014 Sculling 303: Intermediate Sculling
01 Jul 2014 Rowing 201: Intermediate Sweep Rowing
30 Jun 2014 Learn To Row 105: Beginning Sweep Rowing
27 Jun 2014 Boats, Beer, and Burgers II
24 Jun 2014 Sculling 302: Intermediate Sculling
21 Jun 2014 The Grand Regatta (State Games of Michigan)
12 Jun 2014 GRRA Board Meeting
10 Jun 2014 Learn to Scull 204: Sculling for Beginners
09 Jun 2014 Junior Rowing - Summer 2014
07 Jun 2014 Midwest Masters Sprints
03 Jun 2014 Learn To Row 104: Beginning Sweep Rowing
02 Jun 2014 Learn To Row 103: Beginning Sweep Rowing
31 May 2014 Grand Rapids High School Rowing Invitational
29 May 2014 Learn To Row Day
25 May 2014 Learn to Scull 203: Sculling for Beginners
23 May 2014 Boats, Beer, and Burgers I
17 May 2014 Midwest Junior Rowing Championship Regatta
13 May 2014 Learn to Scull 202: Sculling for Beginners
08 May 2014 GRRA Board Meeting
29 Apr 2014 Sculling 301: Intermediate Sculling
26 Apr 2014 Ohio Governors Cup
22 Apr 2014 Learn To Row 102: Beginning Sweep Rowing
21 Apr 2014 Learn To Row 101: Beginning Sweep Rowing
17 Apr 2014 GRRA Board Meeting
15 Apr 2014 Learn to Scull 201: Sculling for Beginners
14 Apr 2014 Masters Rowing - Sprint Race Season
12 Apr 2014 Junior Crew Car Wash Fundraiser
07 Apr 2014 Junior Rowing - Spring 2014
05 Apr 2014 Dock In
05 Apr 2014 Adult Masters Competitive Rowers Meeting
22 Mar 2014 Grand Rapids Spring Sprints Junior Ergatta
18 Mar 2014 Indoor Rowing 103: Indoor Rowing Elements
13 Mar 2014 GRRA Board Meeting
08 Mar 2014 Wyandotte Boat Club weekend
04 Mar 2014 Indoor Rowing 202: Power & Technical Competence
20 Feb 2014 GRRA Board Meeting & Annual Membership Meeting
18 Feb 2014 Indoor Rowing 102: Indoor Rowing Elements
04 Feb 2014 Indoor Rowing 201: Power & Technical Competence
21 Jan 2014 Indoor Rowing 101: Indoor Rowing Elements
11 Jan 2014 GRRA Board Meeting & Planning Session II
11 Jan 2014 Junior Rowing - Winter 2014
07 Dec 2013 GRRA Board Meeting & Planning Session
14 Nov 2013 GRRA Board Meeting
26 Oct 2013 The Leelanau Chase
20 Oct 2013 Head of the Grand
10 Oct 2013 GRRA Board Meeting
28 Sep 2013 The Grand River Challenge
23 Sep 2013 Learn To Row 106: Beginning Sweep Rowing
14 Sep 2013 Coxswain Clinic
12 Sep 2013 GRRA Board Meeting
10 Sep 2013 Beginning Sculling for Sweep Rowers, Session 2
09 Sep 2013 Rowing 302: Advanced Sweep - Speed Builder CANCELLED
07 Sep 2013 Fall 2013 Learn To Row Day
27 Aug 2013 Beginning Sculling for Sweep Rowers
17 Aug 2013 Capital City Sprints Regatta
13 Aug 2013 Sculling 301: Advanced Sculling (CANCELLED)
12 Aug 2013 Sculling 202: Intermediate Sculling
08 Aug 2013 GRRA Board Meeting
29 Jul 2013 Rowing 301: Advanced Sweep - Endurance Builder
29 Jul 2013 Rowing 202: Intermediate Sweep Rowing
20 Jul 2013 Michigan Club Invitational Regatta
19 Jul 2013 Boats, Beer, and Burgers II
11 Jul 2013 Special GRRA Member Meeting
25 Jun 2013 Learn To Row 105: Beginning Sweep Rowing (Women Only)
24 Jun 2013 Learn To Row 104: Beginning Sweep Rowing
22 Jun 2013 The Grand Regatta (State Games of Michigan)
14 Jun 2013 Boats, Beer, and Burgers I
13 Jun 2013 GRRA Board Meeting
04 Jun 2013 Sculling 201: Intermediate Sculling
03 Jun 2013 Learn to Scull 103: Sculling for Beginners
03 Jun 2013 Summer High School Rowing - 2013
01 Jun 2013 2013 National Learn To Row Day
27 May 2013 Masters Competitive Rowing - 2013
21 May 2013 Learn To Row 103: Beginning Sweep Rowing
20 May 2013 Rowing 201: Intermediate Sweep Rowing
18 May 2013 SRAM Scholastic State Championship Regatta
13 May 2013 Learn to Scull 101: Sculling for Beginners (Dates changed)
09 May 2013 GRRA Board Meeting
07 May 2013 Learn to Scull 102: Sculling for Beginners (Dates changed)
23 Apr 2013 CANCELLED Learn To Row 102: Beginning Sweep Rowing
22 Apr 2013 CANCELLED Learn To Row 101: Beginning Sweep Rowing
19 Apr 2013 Dance Benefit for the GRRA
11 Apr 2013 GRRA Board Meeting
06 Apr 2013 DOCK-IN
19 Mar 2013 Indoor Rowing 303: Crossfit, Schmossfit CANCELLED
18 Mar 2013 Indoor Rowing 302: Speed Builder
11 Mar 2013 Rowers' Forum to discuss River Restoration proposal
07 Mar 2013 GRRA Board Meeting
05 Mar 2013 Indoor Rowing 301: Endurance Builder CANCELLED
04 Mar 2013 Indoor Rowing 202: Technical Competence
21 Feb 2013 GRRA Board Meeting & Annual Membership Meeting
19 Feb 2013 Indoor Rowing 201: Technical Competence
11 Feb 2013 Indoor Rowing 104: Indoor Rowing Elements
05 Feb 2013 Indoor Rowing 103: Indoor Rowing Elements
28 Jan 2013 CANCELLED Indoor Rowing 102: Indoor Rowing Elements
19 Jan 2013 GRRA Board Meeting & Planning Session II
15 Jan 2013 Indoor Rowing 101: Indoor Rowing Elements
01 Dec 2012 GRRA Board Meeting & Planning Session
29 Nov 2012 USRowing National Convention
16 Nov 2012 Yule Run 5k
10 Nov 2012 End-of-Season Work Party ("Dock-Out")
01 Nov 2012 GRRA Board Meeting
27 Oct 2012 The Leelanau Chase
07 Oct 2012 Head of the Grand River
04 Oct 2012 GRRA Board Meeting
29 Sep 2012 The Grand River Challenge
22 Sep 2012 Frogtown Races
16 Sep 2012 USRowing Masters Head Race National Championship
15 Sep 2012 Mayors' Grand River Cleanup
06 Sep 2012 GRRA Board Meeting
29 Aug 2012 Boats, Beer, and Burgers III
07 Aug 2012 GRRA Board Meeting (Tuesday)
26 Jul 2012 Learn to Scull II
24 Jul 2012 Learn to Scull I
23 Jul 2012 Adult Learn To Row Session IV
12 Jul 2012 Boats, Beer, and Burgers II
09 Jul 2012 Summer Middle School Rowing - 2012
05 Jul 2012 GRRA Board Meeting
25 Jun 2012 Middle School Rowing Camp II
23 Jun 2012 The Grand Regatta (State Games of Michigan)
18 Jun 2012 Middle School Rowing Camp I
13 Jun 2012 Summer High School Rowing - 2012
07 Jun 2012 GRRA Board Meeting
05 Jun 2012 Adult Learn To Row Session III
04 Jun 2012 Adult Learn To Row Session II
02 Jun 2012 2012 National Learn To Row Day
23 May 2012 Boats, Beer, and Burgers I
19 May 2012 Midwest Junior Regional Championship Regatta
19 May 2012 SRAM Scholastic State Championship Regatta
03 May 2012 GRRA Board Meeting
28 Apr 2012 2012 MACRA Championship Regatta
16 Apr 2012 Adult Learn To Row Session I
05 Apr 2012 GRRA Board Meeting
08 Mar 2012 GRRA Board Meeting
25 Feb 2012 Rowing Shell Repair Fundamentals
15 Feb 2012 Grand Rapids Boat Show
09 Feb 2012 GRRA Board Meeting & Annual Membership Meeting
07 Feb 2012 Indoor Rowing II/III (Intermediate/Advanced)
12 Jan 2012 GRRA Board Meeting & Planning Session
10 Jan 2012 Indoor Rowing I (Beginners)
10 Dec 2011 GRRA Board Meeting & Planning Session
01 Dec 2011 USRowing National Convention
18 Nov 2011 Yule Run 5k
12 Nov 2011 End-of-Season Work Party ("Dock-Out")
11 Nov 2011 Club Holiday Party
10 Nov 2011 GRRA Board Meeting
30 Oct 2011 Head of Lake Leelanau
25 Oct 2011 Coxswain Clinic with Adam Barhamand
22 Oct 2011 Head of the Charles Regatta
16 Oct 2011 Head of the Grand
13 Oct 2011 GRRA Board Meeting
13 Oct 2011 2011 World Rowing Youth Coaches Conference
01 Oct 2011 The Grand River Challenge
10 Sep 2011 2011 MJRA Coaching Clinic
08 Sep 2011 GRRA Board Meeting
11 Aug 2011 GRRA Board Meeting
11 Aug 2011 USRowing Masters National Championship Regatta
28 Jul 2011 Adult Learn To Scull II
26 Jul 2011 CANCELLED: Adult Learn To Row Session VII
26 Jul 2011 Adult Learn To Scull I
26 Jul 2011 CANCELLED: Adult Learn To Row Session VI (AM)
25 Jul 2011 Adult Learn To Row Session V
23 Jul 2011 Michigan Club Invitational Regatta
14 Jul 2011 GRRA Board Meeting
07 Jul 2011 Boats, Beer, and Burgers
07 Jul 2011 Rowing Biomechanics for Performance and Injury Prevention
25 Jun 2011 The Grand Regatta (State Games of Michigan)
20 Jun 2011 Summer Junior Rowing - 2011
20 Jun 2011 Junior Sculling Camp II
14 Jun 2011 Adult Learn To Row Session IV
13 Jun 2011 Adult Learn To Row Session III
13 Jun 2011 Junior Sculling Camp I
09 Jun 2011 GRRA Board Meeting
04 Jun 2011 2011 National Learn To Row Day
28 May 2011 SRAM Scholastic State Championship Regatta
21 May 2011 Midwest Junior Regional Championship Regatta
15 May 2011 GRRA Board Meeting
14 May 2011 Reeds Lake Regatta
07 May 2011 Grand Rapids - Northview Dual Regatta
30 Apr 2011 Riverside Regatta
23 Apr 2011 The Great Lakes International Junior Rowing Championship Regatta
19 Apr 2011 Adult Learn To Row Session II
18 Apr 2011 Adult Learn To Row Session I
14 Apr 2011 GRRA Board Meeting
26 Mar 2011 Spring Sprints Indoor Rowing Race
20 Mar 2011 Start-of-Season Work Party ("Dock-In")
15 Mar 2011 Rowing Biomechanics for Performance and Injury Prevention
10 Mar 2011 GRRA Board Meeting
05 Mar 2011 Island Sprints Indoor Rowing Race
01 Mar 2011 Indoor Rowing: Session IV (T/Th 7:30 - 8:30)
19 Feb 2011 USRowing Level II Coaching Clinic
16 Feb 2011 Grand Rapids Boat Show
15 Feb 2011 Indoor Rowing: Session III (T/Th 7:30 - 8:30)
10 Feb 2011 GRRA Board Meeting & Annual Membership Meeting
26 Jan 2011 Rowing, Exercise and Physical Therapy
25 Jan 2011 Indoor Rowing: Session II (T/Th 7:30 - 8:30)
23 Jan 2011 Fundamentals of Coaching Rowing
15 Jan 2011 GRRA Board Meeting & Planning Session II
04 Jan 2011 Indoor Rowing: Session I (T/Th 7:30 - 8:30)
11 Dec 2010 Concept2 Instructor Clinic: Indoor Rowing
04 Dec 2010 GRRA Board Meeting & Planning Session
02 Dec 2010 USRowing National Convention
19 Nov 2010 Yule Run 5k
13 Nov 2010 End-of-Season Work Party ("Dock-Out")
13 Nov 2010 Club Holiday Party
10 Nov 2010 GRRA Board Meeting
07 Nov 2010 American Heritage River Fall Classic
30 Oct 2010 Head of the Schuylkill Regatta
23 Oct 2010 City Employee Learn To Row Day II
23 Oct 2010 Head of the Charles Regatta
17 Oct 2010 Head of the Grand
16 Oct 2010 Forest Hills Invitational Regatta
14 Oct 2010 GRRA Board Meeting
13 Oct 2010 City Employee Learn To Row Day I
02 Oct 2010 The Grand River Challenge
09 Sep 2010 Grand Rapids Crew Fall Open House #3
08 Sep 2010 GRRA Board Meeting
08 Sep 2010 Grand Rapids Crew Fall Open House #2
02 Sep 2010 Grand Rapids Crew Fall Open House #1
01 Sep 2010 Adult Recreational Rowing - Fall 2010
01 Sep 2010 Adult Competitive Crew III
25 Aug 2010 Boats, Beer, and Burgers
12 Aug 2010 USRowing Masters National Championship Regatta
10 Aug 2010 Adult Learn To Row Session III
04 Aug 2010 GRRA Board Meeting
03 Aug 2010 Royal Canadian Henley Regatta
27 Jul 2010 Summer Junior Rowing Session III
24 Jul 2010 Michigan Club Invitational Regatta
21 Jul 2010 Adult Recreational Rowing II
14 Jul 2010 USRowing Club National Championship Regatta
08 Jul 2010 GRRA Board Meeting (Boats, Beer, and Burgers)
07 Jul 2010 Adult Competitive Crew II CANCELLED
01 Jul 2010 Summer Junior Rowing Session II
26 Jun 2010 The Grand Regatta (State Games of Michigan)
25 Jun 2010 RowFest
24 Jun 2010 USRowing National Championship Regatta
15 Jun 2010 Adult Learn To Row Session II
14 Jun 2010 Adult Learn To Row Session IIB (M-W)
11 Jun 2010 USRowing Youth National Championship Regatta
05 Jun 2010 2010 National Learn To Row Day
02 Jun 2010 GRRA Board Meeting
01 Jun 2010 Summer Junior Rowing Session I
26 May 2010 Adult Recreational Rowing I
12 May 2010 Adult Competitive Crew I: CANCELLED
05 May 2010 GRRA Board Meeting
24 Apr 2010 Riverside Regatta
23 Apr 2010 GR Crew team pasta dinner
20 Apr 2010 Adult Learn To Row Session I
17 Apr 2010 The Great Lakes International Junior Rowing Championship Regatta
07 Apr 2010 GRRA Board Meeting
27 Mar 2010 Spring Sprints Indoor Rowing Race
20 Mar 2010 Start-of-Season Work Party ("Dock-In")
13 Mar 2010 Rowathon
10 Mar 2010 Spring Tune-Up II
06 Mar 2010 Spring Tune-Up I
06 Mar 2010 Island Sprints Indoor Rowing Race
03 Mar 2010 GRRA Board Meeting
20 Feb 2010 GR Crew Tank Time II
06 Feb 2010 GR Crew Tank Time I
03 Feb 2010 GRRA Board Meeting & Annual Membership Meeting
30 Jan 2010 Website Training Session
13 Jan 2010 GRRA Board Meeting
15 Dec 2009 GRRA Board Meeting
08 Nov 2009 End-of-Season Work Party
04 Nov 2009 GRRA Board Meeting
01 Nov 2009 American Heritage River Fall Classic
24 Oct 2009 The Grand River Challenge
18 Oct 2009 Head of the Grand
10 Oct 2009 Forest Hills Challenge
07 Oct 2009 GRRA Board Meeting
03 Oct 2009 Head of the Azkoul
09 Sep 2009 Fall Sculling
21 Jul 2009 Adult Learn To Row Session II
27 Jun 2009 The Grand Regatta
06 Jun 2009 National Learn To Row Day
02 Jun 2009 Open Rowing
26 May 2009 Adult Learn To Row Session I
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