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Upcoming Events

Dec
20
Wed
7:00 pm Rowing Advisory Council Meeting @ Green Lake Small Craft Center
Rowing Advisory Council Meeting @ Green Lake Small Craft Center
Dec 20 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Rowing Advisory Council (RAC) is the advisory body of Green Lake Crew. This is where decisions are made regarding the budget, equipment purchases, and fundraising. The RAC meets at the boathouse on the third Wednesday of each month, with a few exceptions. Meetings are open to all. Come see if the RAC is of interest to you.
Jan
17
Wed
7:00 pm Rowing Advisory Council Meeting @ Green Lake Small Craft Center
Rowing Advisory Council Meeting @ Green Lake Small Craft Center
Jan 17 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Rowing Advisory Council (RAC) is the advisory body of Green Lake Crew. This is where decisions are made regarding the budget, equipment purchases, and fundraising. The RAC meets at the boathouse on the third Wednesday of each month, with a few exceptions. Meetings are open to all. Come see if the RAC is of interest to you.
Feb
21
Wed
7:00 pm Rowing Advisory Council Meeting @ Green Lake Small Craft Center
Rowing Advisory Council Meeting @ Green Lake Small Craft Center
Feb 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Rowing Advisory Council (RAC) is the advisory body of Green Lake Crew. This is where decisions are made regarding the budget, equipment purchases, and fundraising. The RAC meets at the boathouse on the third Wednesday of each month, with a few exceptions. Meetings are open to all. Come see if the RAC is of interest to you.

Green Lake Small Craft Center
5900 W Green Lake Way N
Seattle, WA 98103
Tel. 206-684-4074
jason.frisk@seattle.gov

About Us

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Green Lake Crew has a long and proud history of excellence that began in 1948 and has evolved into a nationally recognized competitive rowing powerhouse. Green Lake is consistently competitive at the NW Regional Championship Regatta and is often represented at the USRowing Junior Invitational regatta finals. Many Green Lake rowers go on to row in college and several have competed at National and Olympic levels. Don’t be scared away by this high level of achievement. Anyone is welcome, everyone is encouraged, and all will row at Green Lake. The more you know about the program, the more enthusiastic you will become.

Green Lake Crew is a sponsored program of the Seattle Parks and Recreation Department. The City provides the facilities and pays the office staff. The Rowing Advisory Council (RAC) provides boats, equipment, supplies, and coaching salaries. The RAC is a group of volunteers (parents and adult rowers) who are dedicated to Green Lake Crew’s continued success. Green Lake junior rowers come from all over the greater Seattle area and range in age from 13 to 18. All abilities and levels of experience have an opportunity to learn to row and compete.

The philosophy of Green Lake Crew is simple: “pull hard, go fast, have fun.”