ADULT LEARN TO ROW CLASSES
LOCR teaches Learn to Row classes for adults during Spring, Summer and Fall, for those who have little or no prior rowing experience, and we offer classes for sculling at any level. Sculling is the technique of using two oars in unison and participants will row in singles called Maas Aero’s to learn. Learn the basics of rowing terminology, boat handling and safety. Proper rowing technique is taught first on rowing machines and then we progress to the water. All classes are 4 weeks, 2 times per week. Class size is limited - sign up today!
Sculling is the technique of using two oars in unison and participants learn in instructional single boats. Successful completion of any of our Learn to Row classes allows participants to join the LOCR Masters Program (coach clearance required).
Float test - action required
Health and Contact information form
Communicable diseases waiver
(printed and signed or digitally singed and submitted)
Learn to Scull
If you are in a high risk category LOCR strongly recommends you wait to register until a vaccine is available.
Enrollment in any rowing program is dependent on the following requirements:
USRowing membership and signed waiver
Club Code: EJPZZ
Current and signed Float Test - Forms on website
Wellbeing form (turned into coach at every session)
Registration Requirements: Lake Oswego Community Rowing has teamed up with Parks & Receation to provide easy access to information and registration for all rowing activities. Enrollment in any rowing program is dependent on the following requirements:
- Current and Signed Float Test Form
- Lake Oswego Community Rowing Forms
- Completed USRowing Waiver
Required forms are available on-line at the bottom of the page here through Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation - 17525 SW Stafford Rd., Lake Oswego, OR 97034.
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