Every spring Berkeley High Crew hosts a free Learn-to-Row Day open to youth ages 11 and up. For teens and tweens interested in the sport of rowing, come on out to the Jack London Aquatic Center on Sunday, March 3rd from 9 am to noon.
Learn-to-Row Day is a great opportunity to learn about the sport of rowing in general, and rowing at Berkeley High in particular. It is also a chance to meet coaches, student-athletes and their parents, and other future Berkeley High rowers. The event is open to youth ages 11 and up, and registration is limited to 40 participants.
Students will learn the basics on rowing machines and on the water in our training barge. There will also be an information session for parents while the students are on the water. While this event is FREE, pre-registration is required.
BHS Crew also offers 3 sessions of Learn-to-Row camps during the summer. To find more rowing summer camps, see our 2019 camp guide.
Register for Learn-to-Row Day in advance
This is a FREE event but they ask you to pre-register so you can manage capacity. Register online >
What to bring to Learn-to-Row
- Participants should come dressed for outdoor, physical activity. Avoid overly baggy shorts, as they can get caught in the equipment.
- Bring sunscreen and a hat as you will be outdoors for the entire morning.
For more information and to register, visit the website >
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