Welcome to the Fredericton Rowing Club (FRC) located on the Wolastoq (Saint John) River in Fredericton, New Brunswick's capital city, Wolastoq means the Beautiful River in the Maliseet language, while Wolastoqiyik means “the People of the Beautiful River”.


FREDERICTON ROWING CLUB

NOW OPEN FOR 2024 SEASON
WARM WELCOME TO ALL NEW AND RETURN ROWERS

UPCOMING ACTIVITIES
7-9 JUNE 2024 (FRI-SUN) NATIONAL COME TRY ROWING WEEKEND
11 20 JUNE 2024 ADULT LEARN-TO-ROW #1 (REGISTER BELOW)
15 JUNE 2024 (SAT) JUNIOR SUMMER PROGRAM STARTS
8-12 JULY 2024 (MON-FRI) YOUTH ROWING CAMP (one week rowing camp for youth 11-15 years of age. Hosted in partenership with Second Nature Outdoors). REGISTER BELOW
26-30 AUG 2024 (MON-FRI) YOUTH ROWING CAMP (one week rowing camp for youth 11-15 years of age. Hosted in partenership with Second Nature Outdoors). REGISTER BELOW
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* Start date is always contingent on water temperature reaching at least 10C (historically 3rd weekend in May) and river height dropping below 4m (current flow and dock accessibility)

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Our Mission is to deliver and/or assist in the delivery of a variety of rowing programs, that provide diverse athletes the opportunity to learn, play, progress, train, and compete in the sport of rowing across the lifespan.


Our
Vision is a sustainable, diverse, and welcoming rowing community in Fredericton that positively contributes to the well-being (physical, mental, emotion, social) of participants and encourages participants to stay active across the lifespan, through the sport of rowing.

At the core of our mission and visions are these
Values:

  • Inclusion: Inclusion within the FRC means we are open to listening, working with, and learning about different viewpoints, and we welcome and respect differences. 
  • Diversity: Diversity within the FRC means we value rowing as a sport for everybody and where all are welcome, respected and supported to the best of our ability. 
  • Integrity: Integrity within the FRC means we are uncompromising in our ethical behaviour and in our commitment to transparency and honesty. 
  • Respect and Responsibility: Respect and responsibility within the FRC means we are in control and accountable for what we do and say. We treat others, through both words and actions, as we wish to be treated. We value our crew-mates and competitors, celebrating wins and winners with gratitude and grace, accepting all losses with dignity, seeing both results as learning opportunities.

LOCAL ROWING CONDITIONS