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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  http://bit.ly/1zMDOwP.  In 2015 it will happen on SATURDAY, November  28th — mark your calendar!  

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9th Annual Day on The River Great Success!

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 day on the river”. Hundreds joined us. In multiple types of watercraft, people young and old, experienced and otherwise, all plied the waterway, […]

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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 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 Regional Championships in May.  The squad competed at the Covered Bridge Regatta on Dexter Lake, Oregon outside Eugene.  32 athletes competed in 11 events and came away with three […]

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PSCC Floathouse Location View 1

Floathouse wins $180,000 grant from SFBay Area Water Trail!

Improvements to river access in Petaluma took a major step forward recently, as both the Petaluma Turning Basin and the Petaluma Marina were designated as official sites on the San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail. The trail advisory committee also approved a $180,000 construction grant for the Floathouse Small Craft Rental Center—a waterside paddle, pedal and rowing boat rental center […]

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Who benefits from river access?

Wanderers, voters, birders, swimmers (sometimes unintentionally!) Cyclists, community leaders, water contemplators, kids! Picnickers, collegiate competitors, friends, mud-lovers, tide observers. Rowers, ecologists & biologists, canoeists, businesspeople. Hikers, fishermen and women, homeowners, kayakers, environmental advocates, fitness enthusiasts. Naturalists, coaches, photographers… and what about you?