Programs

Open House

POSTPONED to 2022

Hiawatha Island Boat Club will be hosting an open house 12PM to 3PM.

For more information, call Dan Hogan, 607-687-0639

Adult Learn-to-Row

June 5/12, 2021, plus 2 TBD evenings     

Here’s an opportunity for adults to learn the basics of the sport of rowing. Hiawatha Island Boat Club offers a 4 session program for men & women who want to try a new skill while enjoying the beautiful Susquehanna River. Classes will be held Saturday June 5 and 12, 8:30-11:30AM, and two evenings 6-8PM to be determined by the class and coaches. The cost of the course is $160, and will be collected at the first class. Attendees should be in good physical health, able to handle light to moderate exercise, and be able to swim. COVID-19 precautions will be observed. All campers must wear masks in and around the boathouse facility. While in boats, masks are optional except for coxswains who will wear face protection.Class size is limited. Pre-registration is required. See form below. For more information, call  Dan Hogan, 687-0639


HIBC-AdultLTR ‎[Form]‎


Youth Rowing Camp
July 12-17, 2021     

For Boys and Girls 13 – 18 years old.

Since 1998, Hiawatha Island Boat Club has conducted junior and adult rowing at the Les Wagner Rowing Center on the beautiful Susquehanna River. To introduce this enjoyable and challenging sport to the youth in our area, Hiawatha Island Boat Club will conduct a Rowing Camp daily from 8:30 - noon. The cost of the program is $130 for the 6 days, which includes a tee-shirt and snacks. Attire for campers is simple: sneakers or sandals, cotton socks, tee shirt and a long-sleeve shirt, and shorts. The fee will be collected at the first class, and refunded if, after the initial session, the camper decides to withdraw. Pre-registration is required. See form below. The Camp will emphasize basic rowing technique, equipment familiarization, and water safety. Emphasis will be on sweep rowing (one oar), and all campers will also experience sculling (2 oars). The program will be conducted by experienced coaches from Hiawatha Island Boat Club and Binghamton University, All rowing campers must be at least 13 years old, in good health for moderate to strenuous exercise, and be able to swim. COVID-19 precautions will be observed. All campers must wear masks in and around the boathouse facility. While in boats, masks are optional except for coxswains who will wear face protection.
For questions or comments on the Youth Rowing Camp, contact Dan Hogan, 607-687-0639 (H) or 607-727-6672 (C)