Calendar of Events

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  • James Wakefield Rescue Row
  • Mass Bay Open Water Challenge
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LIST OF EVENTS FOR NEXT 365 DAYS

October 21, 2017
  • Head of The Weir


    Description:

    Head of the Weir

    Date of Event: October 21, 2017

    Location of Event: Hull, MA

    Time of Event: TBD

    Cost/ Fee for Event: $30 per rower pre-registration up to 2 weeks prior; $35 per rower 2 weeks before and day-of

    Contact Person: Michael DeKoster
    michael@hulllifesavingmuseum.org
    617-233-016

    The Head of the Weir in Hull, MA is a 5 nautical mile race from the Hull Barn on the Weir River across Hingham Bay to Pemberton Point Boathouse beach. It is a favorite of the local racing community, usually wrapping up the competitive rowing season. Family friendly, the HLM crew hosts racers and spectators in the Boathouse for post-race food and fun.
    This is an Open event for all ages, crew makeups, and boat types.

November 4, 2017
  • Otter Creek Challenge


    Description:

    Lake Champlain Maritime
    Youth

November 18, 2017
  • The Icebreaker

    Location: Boston Rowing Center, 88 Sleeper St, Boston, MA 02210, USA


    Description:

    The Icebreaker: The Northeast Regional Youth Open Water Rowing Championship

    Date of Event: November 18, 2017

    Location of Event: Boston Rowing Center, Boston, MA

    Time of Event: 7:30 – 9:30am registration
    10:00am coxswain’s meeting
    10:30am start

    Cost/ Fee for Event: $30 per rower pre-registration up to 2 weeks prior; $35 per rower 2 weeks before and day-of

    Contact Person: Michael DeKoster
    michael@hulllifesavingmuseum.org
    617-233-016

    The Icebreaker returns once more to Boston for a day of fantastic youth rowing competition. Crews demonstrate their skill and rowing know-how in several rounds of skills challenges, going head to head against their peers. The day ends in a fantastic nautical mile sprint across Boston Harbor back to the Barking Crab tent at the Boston Rowing Center.
    This is a Youth and team only event for all middle school and high school students.