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Baltimore Community Rowing


This is how we row. You know you want to.

rowers do more before 9a.m. than most people do all day


What have you done today?

“Harmony, balance, and rhythm. They’re the three things that stay with you your whole life. Without them civilization is out of whack. And that’s why an oarsman, when he goes out in life, he can fight it, he can handle life. That’s what he gets from rowing.”


-Daniel James Brown, The Boys in the Boat

It’s a great art, is rowing. It’s the finest art there is. It’s a symphony of motion and when you’re rowing well, why it’s nearing perfection. You’re touching the divine. It touches the you of you’s, which is your soul.


-- George Pocock

54+ Years of Cycling in the Quad Cities

Racing, Touring and Social Riding in the Quad Cities since 1964.

History

54+ Years of Cycling in the Quad Cities

Racing, Touring and Social Riding in the Quad Cities since 1964.

History

54+ Years of Cycling in the Quad Cities

Racing, Touring and Social Riding in the Quad Cities since 1964.

History

54+ Years of Cycling in the Quad Cities

Racing, Touring and Social Riding in the Quad Cities since 1964.

History

Support community rowing in Baltimore by joining Baltimore Community Rowing for a virtual private screening of the documentary, A Most Beautiful Thing, and panel conversation with author and subject of the documentary, Arshay Cooper, along with some Baltimore guests.


Hosted by Baltimore Community Rowing (BCR) and generously sponsored by PNC Bank, 100% of ticket sales will support the expansion of community rowing programs and diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts across BCR programs.


Participants will receive a private screening link to access the virtual screening of the documentary any time between Friday, November 13, 2020, and Sunday, November 15, 2020, and a separate link to access the virtual panel conversation at 6:30 PM on Sunday, November 15, 2020.


Purchase a ticket today and/or donate a ticket to a community member or scholarship recipient at the boathouse by visiting our Network for Good fundraising site.






PURCHASE YOUR TICKET

Baltimore Community Rowing (BCR) promotes the sport of rowing for fitness, competition, and recreation for people of all ages and abilities. While striving to be a national leader in the sport of rowing, BCR is creating a membership that reflects the diverse Baltimore community in which it resides. Also find us at Baltimore Rowing on Facebook, Instagram, and twitter. We hope you join us for a lesson or practice soon!

Baltimore Community Rowing is committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive, racially diverse rowing community and providing equitable access to the sport of rowing for residents of the Baltimore metro area. 

Learn More About Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at BCR, and How You Can Get Involved

Reaching Us !

You can reach us through various ways, either through the following contacts or through social media below.

Baltimore Community Rowing
3301 Waterview Ave, Baltimore, MD
Postal Code: 21230



admin@baltimorerowing.org

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