Summer Adult Programs Starting!

Learn to row or come back to rowing with one of our summer programs. LTR group 1 is starting on May 27th, to be followed by novice class. Masters program open for sign up! Starting on June 17th.

Come discover the sport of rowing and meet our team at Thomas Temple Allan Boathouse at the Magruder Dent Rowing Center, 276 Woodlands Rd, Charlottesville, VA 22901

12 - 2 pm / 2 - 4 pm. 

Erg for a Cause!

Friday March 8 6:00pm - 8:00 pm at the Boathouse

Come to the Boathouse March 8 anytime after 6pm and erg 5K to raise money to support organiations that promote women/girls sports!

RRC Holiday Party 12/16

Saturday December 16 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at Kardinal Hall

RRC will rent out the private room at Kardinal Hall from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm for members to come and hang out in celebration of the year and the Holiday Season. Family members and guests are welcome to come. There is no cost associated with this event but feel free to purchase your own food or beverages if you wish.

Sunday October 22, noon Boathouse erg room

Bring Camping chairs, blankets, and snacks if you are interested in watching America's oldest & most prestigious rowing regatta. 

Boats & Brews Sunday September 17, 4pm (RESCHEDULED)

Sunday October 1, 4pm

Sunday September 17, come out for and support your fellow rowers who are interested in practicing their boat flipping skills (gentle ribbing allowed 😉). You don't have to participate in the "flipping" to come. ALL RRC rowers are welcome.

4 pm until dark!

Annual Club meeting 9/23 9am

Come out for our annual members meeting to elect the new board. Want to help? Have ideas for the club? Join the board!

Sunrise Regatta Sunday September 10 9am - 1pm

Sunday September 10, come out for racing and socializing with fellow club members! There will be organized racing, as well as potlucking. If you want to participate in racing please sign up HERE. It's a great way to end the Summer! In the event of thunderstorms events will still be held inside the boathouse. ALL RRC rowers are welcome.


Posted June 21, 2023

Summer Sweep and Sculling Programs are Here!

RRC is happy to announce that Summer 2023 Masters Programs are open for registration. 

Both programs will primarily focus on improving technique in large team boats and building up overall fitness. Sculling program will focus on quads, but it may offer some coaching in smaller boats based on participation and skill levels. 


Posted June 21, 2023

Ready to brush up or level up your skills?

Our Intermediate/ Novice classes will also be starting in July, these programs are open to anyone with any completed LTR class. Rowers with more experience who would like a skill refresher are welcome to join to improve sculling or sweep skills.


Posted May 3, 2023

Sunday Social Rows - Open to all Members

Rivanna Rowing Club is happy to announce a new benefit associated with Membership, the participation in our Sunday Social Rows! Members will be able to row club boats without the need for additional equipment fees on Sundays during our Social Rows. 


Posted: April 26, 2023

Adult and Junior Learn to Row Programs are Open

Get ready to hit the water and discover the thrill of rowing! Whether you're a beginner or have some experience, our Learn to Row program is the perfect opportunity to develop your skills and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Rivanna River.. Read more...

Posted: April 7, 2023

Join us May 6 for our Open House

Rivanna Rowing Club will be hosting an Open House on May 6 from 10am until 1pm!

We are inviting anyone interested in the sport of rowing to learn about our Community Club. Read more...

Posted: April 6, 2023

2023 Rowing Season Begins!

The 2023 season of rowing has officially started on April 3, with Spring Sculling, which offers coached sweep and sculling sessions twice a week for experienced rowers interested in advancing their skills. 

Learn about what's coming

Posted: May 7,2015

RRC Marks 20th Year (Charlottesville Tomorrow)

Check out the story   RRC marks 20th year  about the Rivanna Rowing Club written by Lacey Naff for Charlottesville Tomorrow.  The story is also featured on page 3 of The Daily Progress (Friday, May 8, 2015)

Read the article