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* Community RowingCommunity Rowing

Time: 6:00 pm

Come and join us after work for Community Rowing in traditional 25-foot Whitehall gigs, captained by experienced New York Harbor coxswains. See the city from a new perspective: the water. Free and open to all; no experience necessary! What we offer: Pier 40: Free community rowing sessions, April to November, Tuesdays after work (Meet at 6:00 PM and Sundays (meet at noon), plus many special events. Where we offer it: Our boathouse is located on Pier 40 in Hudson River Park, at the end of West Houston Street in Manhattan, halfway out the walkway on the south side (see the Google Map below). In the summer and fall, we also offer community rowing in Dumbo Cove, Brooklyn. What we row We use 25-foot Whitehall gigs built by students under our supervision and based on a traditional New York Harbor design. Each boat seats four rowers and a coxswain, or skipper, certified by us. The boats can carry two additional passengers. Who can participate Community rowing is open to all, although some physical dexterity is required. The focus of the program is teamwork and recreation in a safe and respectful environment. Each participant must sign a waiver. Life jackets are provided. Why we do it Our mission is to restore safe, universal public access to our city’s largest public space--its waterways--and to introduce the public, especially young people, to the joys of rowing, sailing and boatbuilding. How we fund it: We are a nonprofit organization entirely run by volunteers. While no commitment is required from those who row with us, our facilities, boats and equipment require regular upkeep and repair. Your participation—and monetary contributions—are vital to the health of our organization. Location: Village Community Boathouse is located on the southside of Pier 40, in the middle of the pier. Take the 1 train to Houston St or the F,V,D,B,A,C,E trains to West 4th St. The boathouse is located about 10 minutes away from either train stations.

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* High School Community RowingHigh School Community Rowing

Time: 4:00 pm

Open to all High School students. Parents must fill out Sign the VCB waiver online at villagecommunityboathouse.org before coming down to the boathouse. Contact Sally Curtis at info@villagecommunityboathouse.org for more information.

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* Van Cortlandt Park RowingVan Cortlandt Park Rowing

Time: 4:30 pm

Rowboats in Van Cortlandt Park Fridays 4:30pm-7:30pm June 23rd - September 1st Explore Van Cortlandt Park Lake in traditional handmade wooden rowboats. No experience necessary. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

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* Prospect Park RowingProspect Park Rowing

Time: 12:00 pm

Free Public Rowing in Prospect Park on Wellhouse Drive. Enter the park at Vanderbilt Playground and walk straight into the park. The launch ramp is next to the Wellhouse.

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* Community RowingCommunity Rowing

Time: 12:00 pm

Sunday Community Rowing at Pier 40

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* Community RowingCommunity Rowing

Time: 6:00 pm

Come and join us after work for Community Rowing in traditional 25-foot Whitehall gigs, captained by experienced New York Harbor coxswains. See the city from a new perspective: the water. Free and open to all; no experience necessary! What we offer: Pier 40: Free community rowing sessions, April to November, Tuesdays after work (Meet at 6:00 PM and Sundays (meet at noon), plus many special events. Where we offer it: Our boathouse is located on Pier 40 in Hudson River Park, at the end of West Houston Street in Manhattan, halfway out the walkway on the south side (see the Google Map below). In the summer and fall, we also offer community rowing in Dumbo Cove, Brooklyn. What we row We use 25-foot Whitehall gigs built by students under our supervision and based on a traditional New York Harbor design. Each boat seats four rowers and a coxswain, or skipper, certified by us. The boats can carry two additional passengers. Who can participate Community rowing is open to all, although some physical dexterity is required. The focus of the program is teamwork and recreation in a safe and respectful environment. Each participant must sign a waiver. Life jackets are provided. Why we do it Our mission is to restore safe, universal public access to our city’s largest public space--its waterways--and to introduce the public, especially young people, to the joys of rowing, sailing and boatbuilding. How we fund it: We are a nonprofit organization entirely run by volunteers. While no commitment is required from those who row with us, our facilities, boats and equipment require regular upkeep and repair. Your participation—and monetary contributions—are vital to the health of our organization. Location: Village Community Boathouse is located on the southside of Pier 40, in the middle of the pier. Take the 1 train to Houston St or the F,V,D,B,A,C,E trains to West 4th St. The boathouse is located about 10 minutes away from either train stations.

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* High School Community RowingHigh School Community Rowing

Time: 4:00 pm

Open to all High School students. Parents must fill out Sign the VCB waiver online at villagecommunityboathouse.org before coming down to the boathouse. Contact Sally Curtis at info@villagecommunityboathouse.org for more information.

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* Van Cortlandt Park RowingVan Cortlandt Park Rowing

Time: 4:30 pm

Rowboats in Van Cortlandt Park Fridays 4:30pm-7:30pm June 23rd - September 1st Explore Van Cortlandt Park Lake in traditional handmade wooden rowboats. No experience necessary. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

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* Prospect Park RowingProspect Park Rowing

Time: 12:00 pm

Free Public Rowing in Prospect Park on Wellhouse Drive. Enter the park at Vanderbilt Playground and walk straight into the park. The launch ramp is next to the Wellhouse.

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* Community RowingCommunity Rowing

Time: 12:00 pm

Sunday Community Rowing at Pier 40

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* Community RowingCommunity Rowing

Time: 6:00 pm

Come and join us after work for Community Rowing in traditional 25-foot Whitehall gigs, captained by experienced New York Harbor coxswains. See the city from a new perspective: the water. Free and open to all; no experience necessary! What we offer: Pier 40: Free community rowing sessions, April to November, Tuesdays after work (Meet at 6:00 PM and Sundays (meet at noon), plus many special events. Where we offer it: Our boathouse is located on Pier 40 in Hudson River Park, at the end of West Houston Street in Manhattan, halfway out the walkway on the south side (see the Google Map below). In the summer and fall, we also offer community rowing in Dumbo Cove, Brooklyn. What we row We use 25-foot Whitehall gigs built by students under our supervision and based on a traditional New York Harbor design. Each boat seats four rowers and a coxswain, or skipper, certified by us. The boats can carry two additional passengers. Who can participate Community rowing is open to all, although some physical dexterity is required. The focus of the program is teamwork and recreation in a safe and respectful environment. Each participant must sign a waiver. Life jackets are provided. Why we do it Our mission is to restore safe, universal public access to our city’s largest public space--its waterways--and to introduce the public, especially young people, to the joys of rowing, sailing and boatbuilding. How we fund it: We are a nonprofit organization entirely run by volunteers. While no commitment is required from those who row with us, our facilities, boats and equipment require regular upkeep and repair. Your participation—and monetary contributions—are vital to the health of our organization. Location: Village Community Boathouse is located on the southside of Pier 40, in the middle of the pier. Take the 1 train to Houston St or the F,V,D,B,A,C,E trains to West 4th St. The boathouse is located about 10 minutes away from either train stations.

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* High School Community RowingHigh School Community Rowing

Time: 4:00 pm

Open to all High School students. Parents must fill out Sign the VCB waiver online at villagecommunityboathouse.org before coming down to the boathouse. Contact Sally Curtis at info@villagecommunityboathouse.org for more information.

* VCB Board MeetingVCB Board Meeting

Time: 6:30 pm


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* Van Cortlandt Park RowingVan Cortlandt Park Rowing

Time: 4:30 pm

Rowboats in Van Cortlandt Park Fridays 4:30pm-7:30pm June 23rd - September 1st Explore Van Cortlandt Park Lake in traditional handmade wooden rowboats. No experience necessary. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

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* Prospect Park RowingProspect Park Rowing

Time: 12:00 pm

Free Public Rowing in Prospect Park on Wellhouse Drive. Enter the park at Vanderbilt Playground and walk straight into the park. The launch ramp is next to the Wellhouse.

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* Community RowingCommunity Rowing

Time: 12:00 pm

Sunday Community Rowing at Pier 40

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* Community RowingCommunity Rowing

Time: 6:00 pm

Come and join us after work for Community Rowing in traditional 25-foot Whitehall gigs, captained by experienced New York Harbor coxswains. See the city from a new perspective: the water. Free and open to all; no experience necessary! What we offer: Pier 40: Free community rowing sessions, April to November, Tuesdays after work (Meet at 6:00 PM and Sundays (meet at noon), plus many special events. Where we offer it: Our boathouse is located on Pier 40 in Hudson River Park, at the end of West Houston Street in Manhattan, halfway out the walkway on the south side (see the Google Map below). In the summer and fall, we also offer community rowing in Dumbo Cove, Brooklyn. What we row We use 25-foot Whitehall gigs built by students under our supervision and based on a traditional New York Harbor design. Each boat seats four rowers and a coxswain, or skipper, certified by us. The boats can carry two additional passengers. Who can participate Community rowing is open to all, although some physical dexterity is required. The focus of the program is teamwork and recreation in a safe and respectful environment. Each participant must sign a waiver. Life jackets are provided. Why we do it Our mission is to restore safe, universal public access to our city’s largest public space--its waterways--and to introduce the public, especially young people, to the joys of rowing, sailing and boatbuilding. How we fund it: We are a nonprofit organization entirely run by volunteers. While no commitment is required from those who row with us, our facilities, boats and equipment require regular upkeep and repair. Your participation—and monetary contributions—are vital to the health of our organization. Location: Village Community Boathouse is located on the southside of Pier 40, in the middle of the pier. Take the 1 train to Houston St or the F,V,D,B,A,C,E trains to West 4th St. The boathouse is located about 10 minutes away from either train stations.

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* High School Community RowingHigh School Community Rowing

Time: 4:00 pm

Open to all High School students. Parents must fill out Sign the VCB waiver online at villagecommunityboathouse.org before coming down to the boathouse. Contact Sally Curtis at info@villagecommunityboathouse.org for more information.

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* Van Cortlandt Park RowingVan Cortlandt Park Rowing

Time: 4:30 pm

Rowboats in Van Cortlandt Park Fridays 4:30pm-7:30pm June 23rd - September 1st Explore Van Cortlandt Park Lake in traditional handmade wooden rowboats. No experience necessary. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

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* Prospect Park RowingProspect Park Rowing

Time: 12:00 pm

Free Public Rowing in Prospect Park on Wellhouse Drive. Enter the park at Vanderbilt Playground and walk straight into the park. The launch ramp is next to the Wellhouse.

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* Community RowingCommunity Rowing

Time: 12:00 pm

Sunday Community Rowing at Pier 40

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* Community RowingCommunity Rowing

Time: 6:00 pm

Come and join us after work for Community Rowing in traditional 25-foot Whitehall gigs, captained by experienced New York Harbor coxswains. See the city from a new perspective: the water. Free and open to all; no experience necessary! What we offer: Pier 40: Free community rowing sessions, April to November, Tuesdays after work (Meet at 6:00 PM and Sundays (meet at noon), plus many special events. Where we offer it: Our boathouse is located on Pier 40 in Hudson River Park, at the end of West Houston Street in Manhattan, halfway out the walkway on the south side (see the Google Map below). In the summer and fall, we also offer community rowing in Dumbo Cove, Brooklyn. What we row We use 25-foot Whitehall gigs built by students under our supervision and based on a traditional New York Harbor design. Each boat seats four rowers and a coxswain, or skipper, certified by us. The boats can carry two additional passengers. Who can participate Community rowing is open to all, although some physical dexterity is required. The focus of the program is teamwork and recreation in a safe and respectful environment. Each participant must sign a waiver. Life jackets are provided. Why we do it Our mission is to restore safe, universal public access to our city’s largest public space--its waterways--and to introduce the public, especially young people, to the joys of rowing, sailing and boatbuilding. How we fund it: We are a nonprofit organization entirely run by volunteers. While no commitment is required from those who row with us, our facilities, boats and equipment require regular upkeep and repair. Your participation—and monetary contributions—are vital to the health of our organization. Location: Village Community Boathouse is located on the southside of Pier 40, in the middle of the pier. Take the 1 train to Houston St or the F,V,D,B,A,C,E trains to West 4th St. The boathouse is located about 10 minutes away from either train stations.

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* High School Community RowingHigh School Community Rowing

Time: 4:00 pm

Open to all High School students. Parents must fill out Sign the VCB waiver online at villagecommunityboathouse.org before coming down to the boathouse. Contact Sally Curtis at info@villagecommunityboathouse.org for more information.

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