FLCRC members simply enjoy rowing. We recognize the many positives that can be gained from active participation in this lifelong sport, and strive to help our members achieve success in the pursuit of their personal goals in rowing. We love to introduce more people to this great lifelong sport, provide opportunities to develop, and welcome experienced rowers to join us as club members.
Are you an experienced rower looking for a home base? Are you looking to improve your skills with coached rows? Learn more here.
Committed to providing you excellent rowing programs and opportunities.
FLCRC is a community based masters (adult) club that welcomes both new and experienced rowers to this great lifetime sport. We recognize that our members have individual needs and priorities, and will do our best to help each member achieve their goals. We encourage fitness, teamwork, skill development, technical improvements, and want everyone to truly enjoy each experience they have with us!
Who We Are - Background
We row on the quiet and protected waters of the Bedford Channel, located between Fort Langley and Brae Island. We share the Fort Langley rowing boathouse with the University of the Fraser Valley Cascades Rowing Club, and Fort Langley Youth Rowing Society.
2018 Board of Directors
President: Sandi Kliewer
Past President/Program Coordinator: Laurel Glanfield
Treasurer: Heather Readman
Secretary: Sara Spearman
Director/BCS Representative: Cheryl Moore
Director: Marjo Laurinolli
Director: Ian McAskill
Our core group is masters (age 21 and up) who enjoy rowing on a regular scheduled basis, most months of the year. Individual priorities include training for speed and efficiency, continuing development of skill and technique, improving fitness, and enjoying a fun and positive environment. Training and competing at regattas, both sprint and head races, is supported by our coaches and club. Review our programs here.
FLCRC is a proud member of Rowing BC and Rowing Canada Aviron.
Join Us - Let's Go Rowing
New-to-rowing potential members first need to participate in a "Learn to Row" course, learning the basics of rowing, having an opportunity to practice out on the water, and develop basic skills before joining our regular club programs.
NOVICE rowing is next - an opportunity to develop your newly acquired skills, or get the rust off if you haven't rowed in a long while - with particular attention paid to increasing skill development and confidence.
Experienced rowers are welcome to join our club. Learn more here about our membership details.
Fort Langley Community Rowing Club was officially incorporated under the Societies Act of British Columbia in February 2011 by a group of rowers who have been rowing in Fort Langley for several years.
The purpose of the Fort Langley Community Rowing Club is to promote inclusive and accessible competitive and recreational rowing and sculling as a means of improving health and well-being of the members of the club, with a focus on safety and in a spirit of communication and cooperation with our partners in the rowing community and our local community.