Past events

PSCC leads the initiative for a more walkable, bikeable, boatable river.

  • PSCC Opening Day 2014 Clavey

    Get on the water the Saturday after Thanksgiving!

    The Turkey Relay is is a fun race for rowers and paddlers of every kind.  It happens every year on the SATURDAY after Thanksgiving. Click here for 2014 Turkey Relay results. Last year’s flyer is at  In 2015 it will happen on SATURDAY, November  […]

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  • River Town Racers’ Fall News

    The River Town Racers, who bunk at North Bay Rowing Club and race all over the river, have just finished The Roostertail Drag Race, their first official event. October 12th was gorgeous, and the competition was fierce, as is announced in this newsletter: PSCC RTR News Late […]

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  • 9th Annual Day on The River Great Success!

    [caption id=”attachment_2658″ align=”alignleft” width=”150″] Building community through boating[/caption] We held the 9th Annual Day on The River in the turning basin so we could all see how nice it will be when The Floathouse (boat and board rental center) floats there, making “every day a […]

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  • NBRC Masters Women At Covered Bridge Regatta 2014

    North Bay Rowing Club Masters & Juniors Take Medals in Oregon

    By guest blogger Seana Gause [caption id=”attachment_2582″ align=”alignleft” width=”150″] Notice the pretty gold medals! Congratulations, North Bay Rowing Club![/caption] The North Bay Rowing Club (NBRC) had an outstanding regatta up in Oregon this past weekend.  The Juniors travelled up for their final race before Southwest […]

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    Interactive Map for April Fools Day Progressive Foodie Party!

    Check out the interactive custom map for Fools for The River, our 4/1/14 fundraiser for permitting for The Floathouse. Use the QR code on your ticket to access it, or use this url: You’ll see what each restaurant is offering ticket holders, and more information on […]

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  • PSCC Fools For The River Flyer Final Copy

    April Fool’s Progressive Foodie Party by The River

    On one glorious day, you can visit The Floathouse’s soon-to-be neighbors, in River Plaza, Downtown, or the Southern Reach, getting one treat each at four of the thirteen participating cafes, restaurants, bars, breweries, and even a portworks, a sushi bar and an ice cream parlor. […]

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  • 2013 Turkey Relays & Mixer a Success!

    Thanks to one and all, the 2013 Turkey Relays & Mixer was a success! North Bay Rowing Club President, Will Pier, at his first Turkey Relay Our youngest participant. This year we had people in surfskis, rowing shells, OC-1s, kayaks and racing kayaks, and a […]

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  • Petaluma River Craft Beer Festival

    2013 marked the first Petaluma River Craft Beer Festival, held in mid September, and PSCC was proud to represent our river partners. A standing toy river otter (“Otto”, we named him) held people’s mini beer jars for them and posed for pictures with passersby as […]

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  • Waving Eight PSCC Summer Camp I 2013

    Rowing pix from Small Craft Summer Camp Session I

    They just beam when they boat. This session was typical for the first Small Craft Summer Camp session: All boys, mostly 12, but going up in age to 14. And FUN! In the mornings, SSU Senior Lauren Linney, our rowing head coach, with assistant coaching […]

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  • PSCC Small Craft Summer Camp SUP June 2013

    Small Craft Summer Campers having a Blast!

    Day four of Small Craft Summer Camp Session I has begun, a little less windy than days 1, 2, and 3! Today the campers go out kayaking, with the help from skilled instructors from Clavey Paddlesports on the boulevard. Every morning the kids have become […]

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