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Whitemarsh Boat Club (WBC) is a Community Rowing Organization dedicated to the advancement of the sport of rowing, located in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.  The club offers year-round programs for both youth and adults. Located on the sheltered, scenic banks of the Schuylkill River close to where I-476 meets I-76, WBC rowers enjoy almost eight miles of calm water, protected by the tall hills of Gladwyne and Lower Merion. WBC is a club where rowers of diverse backgrounds in the sport and a wide range of abilities inspire each other through sportsmanship and friendship. Explore our website to learn more about all WBC has to offer; we invite you to join in the excitement and traditions of the sport.

 



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August 4, 2016 |

Registration OPEN for Fall 2016

We are pleased to announce that registration is OPEN for our Fall 2016 Junior Programs! **Register before SEPTEMBER 1, 2016 for EARLY BIRD PRICING** Fall is the perfect time for novice & experienced rowers alike to put in valuable mileage in mild weather with typically flat water. 2016 we are happy to announce the addition of a Technical Training program which will provide technical focus for those who want to stay connected to the sport but don’t have the time to commit to the Racing Team. All of our Fall offerings are open to Middle & High School students (ages 12-18). I’m keeping this post short & sweet since I know summertime schedules are...

July 26, 2016 |

CRAB FEST 2016

We are happy to announce that the annual WBC Crab Fest is back! **SEPTEMBER 10, 2016** The fun kicks off at 6p & lasts as long as the beer keeps flowing. Direct Link to RC for Tickets Below Flyer     Buy Tickets via RegattaCentral – https://www.regattacentral.com/cart/?job_id=1804&sid_215=1 Grab a “pack” or 2 of 20 raffle tickets while you’re...

June 7, 2016 |

#NLTRD (AKA- National Learn to Row Day)

The weather gods gave us GORGEOUS conditions for National Learn to Row Day. Many thanks to all our members & coaches who helped get people out on the water, to our community members who gave rowing a try, & to member David Kaess for playing team photographer!   Erging to learn the basic movement Showing off the beauty of our sport Coach Keith “I guess we’re really doing this, huh?” On the water Coach Steve One hour in & already looks like a racer! Nice finish position! Resourceful- When you run out of “coach boats” you simply coach from your...

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