FLCRC members simply enjoy rowing. Many of our rowers have learned to row right here in Fort Langley, and others bring experience from other clubs. Some have rowed for many years, some have taken the sport up recently.
We offer our Learn to Row graduates a Novice Program to continue to develop skills and confidence (rowing with a variety of rowers and equipment).
Upon coach evaluation, rowers may then join the club as a full member.
If you are an experienced rower from elsewhere and would like to join our club, please contact us.
We welcome all rowers, of all abilities, to row with us in a program best suited to you.
Our members enjoy rowing for recreation, enjoy the outdoors, training to improve skill and speed, competing at regattas, making friends with other rowers, working together in the club to maintain our equipment. Its a great sport and a great club!
We mostly scull, and sometimes sweep. We love to meet rowers from elsewhere, and introduce more people to this great lifelong sport. We welcome visiting rowers as well. Contact us for more info.
Membership is open to rowers with previous experience, and graduates of a Learn to Row and Novice program. Potential members may be evaluated by a coach to determine basic skill level and ability to row safely.
Join or renew your membership by following these 3 simple steps.
Each year active members are required to renew their membership in FLCRC.
1. Register or renew your Rowing Canada Membership
Select Fort Langley Community Rowing Club Membership on the Rowing Canada website by following these steps:
2. Download FLCRC Forms Package
Download the FLCRC Membership Sign Up package. After printing this document each form must be completed with a signature.
3. Send in Forms & Payment of $525
Submit your completed 2018/19 Membership Application Forms and payment to Fort Langley Community Rowing Club, by one of the following:
Once we have received your completed forms and payment you will receive confirmation by email that your membership application has been approved.
Our coaches are ready to share their love of rowing with you!
A regatta is a day or weekend full of preparation, racing and socializing with the larger rowing community. Take the opportunity to show what you're made of as you compete with your team for personal bests and awards!
Community is an important part of our club; we plan social events throughout the year so that we have a chance to get to know one another on and off the water.
Dryland training each week till March 6!
-Wednesdays 730 pm
March 6 - get your season start 2k time!
Come train with us!
ON WATER ROWING RESUMES March 2 (weather permitting)