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If you have questions after reading about these programs, please Contact Program Director: Mike Baker (mbaker@wwcrew.org). 

 

Summer 2018

Grade 6-12 Morning Rowing Campfamilyid_register_button

  • Offered weekly, M-F. 
  • Runs June 18th – August 24th;
  • Half-Morning Session: 8:00am-10:00am, $150/week
  • Full-Morning Session: 8:00am-12:00pm, $260/week

Interested in rowing? Whether you are brand new to the sport, or have some experience, you have the opportunity to row on Lake Cochituate this summer. Experience the fitness benefits and joy of rowing, enjoy being outdoors, bring your friends or make new ones!

These programs are open to the community. You do not have to be affiliated with Wayland-Weston Crew, or the high school team. 

In addition to a morning session (8-10)we are offer a full morning option for those who wish to attend the whole morning (8-12:00). 

From 8-10, all students will go out on the water. From 10-12:00, those students who have signed up for the full morning may go out on the water again, or they may do other exercises, games and team activities.

Offered weekly, M-F, either 8-10 or 8-12:00 starting June 18, 2018. You may sign up for as many weeks as you like. You must sign up by 9pm the Thursday before the upcoming week.

This camp is ideal for 7th – 8th graders who are considering rowing in the fall and high school students that may or may not already know how to row; it will give you a sense of what crew is like. It is also useful for those who know they will be signing up in the fall but might miss the preseason. We also welcome all middle school students who are interested in rowing. 

This program is not just for beginners. Each session, rowers of like ability will be grouped together. So it is also appropriate for experienced rowers who are not interested in racing over the summer, and for beginners who sign up for multiple sessions. 

 


Spring 2018 (April 23-June 9)

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Join us this spring for the WWRA middle school rowing program! Middle school rowing is open to new and continuing rowers.  This spring’s program features  five Saturday sessions, including a couple of races for those who would like to make the commitment.  For those who would like a more low-key introduction to the sport, you can choose to come to the Saturday practices only, with no camp or races.  Participants do not need to be Wayland or Weston residents.

WWRA is excited to continue strengthening its middle school program, both with expanded programming and an investment of $10,000 in Middle School Equipment for this spring . 
 
We’ll have huge fun. Kids will learn a new skill, get a workout, and make friends. (And rowing friendships have been known to be life-long.) 
 
Middle School Rowing Program Options: 
  • Wednesdays 4-6:15pm & Saturday 10:30am-12:30pm
  • Saturdays Only April 23, 2018 to June 9, 2018   10:30am-12:30pm 

April Break Camp 2018

Morning Rowing Camp Ideal for 6th-8th Gradersfamilyid_register_button

Interested in rowing? Whether you are brand new to the sport, or have some experience, you have the opportunity to row on Lake Cochituate during April break. Experience the fitness benefits and joy of rowing, enjoy being outdoors, bring your friends or make new ones!

These programs are open to the community. You do not have to be affiliated with Wayland-Weston Crew, or the high school team. 

in addition to a morning session (8-10)we are offer a full morning option for those who wish to attend the whole morning (8-12:00). 

From 8-10, all students will go out on the water. From 10-12:00, those students who have signed up for the full morning may go out on the water again, or they may do other exercises, games and team activities.

This camp is ideal for 6th- 8th graders ; it will give you a sense of what crew is like. It is also useful for those who know they will be signing up in the Spring and want to get a few more sessions in. 

This program is not just for beginners. Each session, rowers of like ability will be grouped together. 

Fall 2017 (historic; not current info)

Wayland Weston Rowing Association [‘WWRA’] is pleased to announce the opening of its 2017 Fall Middle School Rowing Programs.  Rowers can choose between the following two options:

  • Saturdays only, from 10:30am to 12:30pm (Sept. 9 – Oct. 28).  Cost: $200
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 4:00pm to 6:15pm, as well as Saturdays from 10:30am to 12:30pm (Sept. 4 – Oct. 28).  Cost:  $400
  • It does not matter whether your child is a first time rower or has rowed with us before.  Both programs are perfect for anyone who wants to get in shape, make new friends and have lots of fun on the water.To enroll, please click on the following link to our registration page on FamilyID:  https://www.familyid.com/programs/1018968f-d9b1-4e79-b93e-cb7cbe5603f1/preview . 
  • Please note that registration is open to anyone who is interested in rowing.  Your child does not have to be a resident of Wayland or Weston to participate.Practices will take place on Lake Cochituate. 
  • Please have your child report to the WWRA boathouse a few minutes before the scheduled start of practice.  We are located on 25 Parkland Drive in Wayland.
  • Please do not hesitate to contact Mike Baker, program directory, by phone (508 367 1380) or email (rowingmike@gmail.com or mbaker@wwcrew.org) if you need additional information.  I will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Middle School Team Gallery 


Summer 2017

Grade 7-12 Morning Rowing Campfamilyid_register_button

Runs June 19th – August 25th; offered weekly M-F.

Half-Morning Sessions: 8:00am-10:00am. $150

Full-Morning Sessions: 8:00am-12:00pm. $250

You may sign up for as many weeks as you like.

This camp is ideal for 7th – 8th graders who want to give rowing a try and who are considering rowing in the fall as well as high school students that may or may not already know how to row.  It will give you a sense of what crew is like.  It is also useful for those who know they will be signing up in the fall but might miss the preseason.