NRRA Spring Plant sale – Hurry – Ends May 15th

It seems that April’s showers truly have brought May flowers!

As most of you may have seen on our Facebook page or in our members only Facebook group (which you can join here if you haven’t already!), our Youth Racing teams are hosting a Spring Plant Sale to raise money for their equipment fund!

We have a variety of plants for sale ranging from beautiful hanging baskets to a variety of herbs and flowers for potting. All proceeds from this fundraiser go directly to the equipment fund! So if you were planning on beautifying your home and garden or know someone who is, please order your flowers through us and support your club!

Download the order form here

Orders are to be in by May 15th for delivery on May 24th! Pick up will be at the shellhouse (1 Moodys Lane, Norwalk) on the 24th from 12pm to 6:30pm.

Please pass this post on to all of your friends and families. Beautiful gardens are not limited to rowers only!

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to Devon (devonb (at)  or Drew (drewc (at), we would be happy to help.

Norwalk River Rowing Medals in 10 Events at Saratoga Invitational

NRRA’s novice and varsity teams raced at the Saratoga Invitational last weekend, with 14 crews bringing home medals in 10 events, including one Gold medal finish, four Silver medal finishes and nine Bronze medal finishes.

The Novice Women’s Quad celebrates their bronze medal finish with Coach Allgood’s regatta dog, Barley. From left to right: Kayla Heber (Wilton), Isabella DeSantis (Ridgefield), Josie Constantine (Stamford), and Lia Schlegel (Norwalk).

The 20th annual Saratoga Invitational regatta, held at Fish Creek in Saratoga Springs, NY, is America’s largest sprint race, featuring 10 lanes of 1,500 meter racing among top crews from the Northeast. More than 40 NRRA rowers from Wilton, Ridgefield, Norwalk, Fairfield, Darien, Stamford and Pound Ridge competed in 29 events during this prestigious two-day race. The team started off strong and, despite high winds and rain on the first day, the girls and boys teams kept the momentum going.

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Riverfront Fun

As we prepare for our BOATHOUSE, Norwalk River Rowing’s athletes headed to Hartford this past weekend to compete at the Head of the Riverfront!

33 crews competed with 24 finishing in the top 50% of their field.

Norwalk brought home 6 medals with them including:

  • GOLD in the Junior Women’s 1x
  • Silver in the Junior Men’s 4+
  • GOLD and Silver in the Junior Men’s 4x
  • GOLD in the Junior Novice Men’s 4x
  • Silver in the Master Men’s 2x

With two races down, we still have the Head of the Housatonic on October 8th, the Head of the Charles on October 22nd and 23rd, and the Head of the Fish on October 29th and 30th.


New Youth Learn-to-Row classes posted! Hurry – space is limited

Due to the popularity of our first session, we have added TWO new Youth Learn-to-Row sessions to our Fall season.

Our Learn-to-Row classes are geared toward middle school and early high school athletes new to the sport. The program is offered 2 times per week for two hours each, where you learn basic rowing skills. Once you get the knack of it, Middle School athletes can transition to the Development Experienced Team. High School athletes can join the Novice Racing Team in the next season.

For more information, click HERE 

Hurry – space is limited!



The NRRA Community invited to the Board of Directors Open Meeting Sept 13 – including Shell House update

The NRRA Board of Directors invites all Norwalk River Rowing Members, Masters and Youth families to join us at our open Board meeting on Sept 13 where we will hear reports from the various Board Committee and Task Force heads, including a special update on status of the new Shell House.

Date: Sept 13, 2016
Time: 7:30 pm
Location:  Riverway Condominiums Function Room, 3rd Floor, adjacent to NRRA


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