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2021 Adult Rec Rowing Program Info

The 2021 Adult Rec programs for beginners and experienced rowers are set to begin in Mid-June. Please go to the adult rowing programs page for the detailed info.

Registration details:

  • Beginner Session: Online registration Sorry, the beginner session is sold out!
  • Experienced Rower Session: Please contact Coach Fred Mekolon (see program page for contact info).

Don’t let the kids have all the fun!

WBC Members Lounge Open

The WBC members lounge is open for your favorite adult beverage. We are following state regulations and operating at 50% capacity and mask requirements with both indoor and outdoor seating as the weather warms up. We are open Tuesday through Friday 4pm to 11pm.

Spring High School Regattas

The 2021 Wyandotte Boat Club spring high school regattas are scheduled for the month of May. The Hebda Cup is set for Saturday, May 1st, and the Wy-Hi Regatta will be run on Saturday, May 15th. Both regattas will be held in Wyandotte’s BASF waterfront park. There will be COVID restrictions in place based on regulations at the time of the regattas, but the WBC is hopeful that after a year’s absence that we will have young athletes racing on the river again.
Both regattas’ entry info is now in the regatta section of the website.

WBC Annual Board of Directors Election Update for 2020

This is to notify WBC members that at the August 12, 2020 Board of Director’s meeting, the board unanimously voted to delay the club’s annual election scheduled for August 25th for one year and extend the term of the four board members who were up for election at this time.

This decision was based on current COVID executive orders and restrictions on group gatherings and the ability to hold a safe, confidential voting process. The board will meet on August 25th to elect club officers for the upcoming year.

As we navigate through this, the board is committed to returning back to normal operations as soon as we are allowed to by the government, and the United States Rowing Association.

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