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RACE ALERT!!!
Today some intrepid WCC"ers went up and raced the Potomac Downriver Race. Congrats to Kathleen MacNamee and Sam Rhodes who raced well and Helen Schuette and Anna Rhodes who raced as juniors and high kneeled it. Congrats to Martin Lowenfish and Tim Manning who raced their own special biathlon but finished; nonetheless. Kudos to Quincy Asque who raced it in a sitdown C-1 and came in top 10 overall....and special should out to Junior Alistair Leith who hauled fat old Jim Ross down the course C-2, to be the overall winners of this years endeavor and did it in a 40 year old home made canoe...river was fun and pushy at 5'. WOOT WOOT WCC!!!! Thanks to WCC member David Cottenham who ran the whole thing for Canoe Cruisers.....
UPGRADED
While these early predictions are frequently later downgraded there may be a whole lotta river coming our way....We won't flood but the river needs to be respected at these levels....
Maggie Hogan, Nelo rep extraordinaire, just pinged WCC to say they will have a trailer passing thru DC in a few weeks and nothing says "springtime" better than treating yourself to a new skinny ride. see below:
Hi WCC!
This is Maggie from NeloUSA. I have transport going to the DC area to drop off a surfski to a local customer. Is anyone at the club interested in a new boat? We have a few Nelo C1s, a few OC1s and a few surfskis in stock. The driver should be in the DC area in about 2 weeks. Thank you for considering!
The WCC is again hosting to OC-1&2 Kumuohu Challenge race...go to Paddleguru to sign up!! Thanks to all the WCC volunteers for helping to make this happen...This year's volunteer hero is Kelly Rhodes.....

https://paddleguru.com/races/KumuohuChallenge2022
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the Washington Canoe Club!
HAPPY HALLOWEEN from WCC! 🎃💀😈👻👽
Congrats and best of luck to all the many WCC paddlers racing this weekend in Chattanooga, Tenn at the Chattajack 31 miler. It's a long way to go for the chance to race, a L.O.N.G way to go. 31 miles at once is not for the faint-hearted. I know, from the club, there is a men's OC-6, several OC-2's a few OC-1's both men and women, and in a particularly brave (foolish?) entry; we have Kathy Summers' racing prone, and even more brave (foolish-er?) entry is, Ian Ross racing Sprint C-1. Best of luck to ALL!!
ANNOUNCING THE RETURN OF;
THE Frankie 10K

Saturday October 30, 2021 come to WCC for the Frank Havens Memorial 10K, honoring the amazing WCC Gold & Silver Medalist, Frank Havens. Feel free to dress up in Halloween Finery….

Race Sign-up at 9:30am; Mandatory Racers Meeting at 10:15am; Mass Start at 11:00AM

Many classes to choose from including Short Boat classes (up to, but not longer than 16’ long) and Long Boat (16.5’ and up) All canoes must be fat, slow, non-racing, open canoes made from non-racing materials (ie., no Kevlar, carbon boats) & must be paddled with 2 people each using a single blade paddle.

10K race course on the Potomac in honor of Frankie’s Gold Medal, World Record win in the C-1 10,000m distance at the Helsinki Olympics of 1952.

$25. per person, will get you a great race, a nice post-race lunch, and if you’re fast enough, the coolest award of the season. Also, cool tee shirts will be available for purchase and cool raffle items can be won if you choose to enter the raffle.

Post-race, stay and enjoy a nice lunch and awards ceremony and a chance to linger and enjoy the company of WCC members & friends near and far.

Finally; not able to race this year? Consider helping. We need volunteers for race officials, food prep, food serving, and always, clean-up. Email Bonnie Havens or Jim Ross to volunteer....THANKS!!
Good evening friends....as of now BOTH the black combination lock on the WCC vehicle gate AND the new pedestrian gate have the same number combos. The Ped Gate also has a few letters. If this is new information to you then you need to double check your Constant Contact notifications from WCC and find your new codes. Please don't post codes to this FB page as it is NOT entirely "Members Only". In trying to keep the club safe and secure we know that we will also cause some frustration and angst ~sorry~
the NPS gate out by the K St entrance is still the same key as is the front door to the club. Happy Summer folks...enjoy...WCC BofG

The Washington Canoe Club is the oldest canoe and kayak club in the Washington area as well as one o

Operating as usual

10/20/2022

Big Shout Out and Best of Luck to all the WCC paddlers and other family and friends going to the Tenn Valley to take on the 32 mile Chattajack this weekend. I'm sure to miss ID'ing some folks but Sean Havens is racing OC-1 Tim and Dale OC-2 IDK who is in it; but the OC-6 Unlimited is going. Kathy Summers was slated to race prone but is now R&R instead. Safe travels and good racing to ALL!!!

09/30/2022

WCC Friends;

Given the predictions for high winds and (to a lesser degree) rain, our partners at Team River Runner have had the difficult choice to cancel the 2022 Biathlon scheduled for this Sunday. Lots of WCC members volunteer at this annual event but you have the weekend off. Enjoy the rain.

Rehabilitating The Washington Canoe Club - The Georgetowner 08/18/2022

Rehabilitating The Washington Canoe Club - The Georgetowner

The Georgetowner just published an extensive article about the Washington Canoe Club boathouse history and its rehabilitation needs and progress thus far (including our Sunset Dinner).
Be sure to buy your tickets to the Sunset Dinner Fundraiser to support this important effort (and have an amazing night in the process).

Rehabilitating The Washington Canoe Club - The Georgetowner In a race against destructive weather, the iconic Washington Canoe Club is fundraising to save and restore its iconic boathouse...

08/03/2022

Lots of photos have been added to the club photo gallery (https://www.washingtoncanoeclub.org/photos) from the Jazzfest event held back in June! Y'all look fabulous!

Thanks to Catherine Melquist for organizing, Joseph Cafferata for photographing, and all the other volunteers who made it a fun and successful event.

Photos from Washington Canoe Club's post 07/25/2022

Wednesday mornings in July Washington Canoe Club coaches and volunteers host kids from the DC Public Schools Outdoor Pursuits program. Last Wednesday we had a great group from McKinley Tech middle school. They paddled in the morning and then hiked a trail in the afternoon. It was a perfect day for it!

05/15/2022

RACE ALERT!!!
Today some intrepid WCC"ers went up and raced the Potomac Downriver Race. Congrats to Kathleen MacNamee and Sam Rhodes who raced well and Helen Schuette and Anna Rhodes who raced as juniors and high kneeled it. Congrats to Martin Lowenfish and Tim Manning who raced their own special biathlon but finished; nonetheless. Kudos to Quincy Asque who raced it in a sitdown C-1 and came in top 10 overall....and special should out to Junior Alistair Leith who hauled fat old Jim Ross down the course C-2, to be the overall winners of this years endeavor and did it in a 40 year old home made canoe...river was fun and pushy at 5'. WOOT WOOT WCC!!!! Thanks to WCC member David Cottenham who ran the whole thing for Canoe Cruisers.....

05/07/2022

UPGRADED

05/06/2022

While these early predictions are frequently later downgraded there may be a whole lotta river coming our way....We won't flood but the river needs to be respected at these levels....

Sarah Marquis Is Breaking Up Exploration's Boys Club 04/25/2022

Sarah Marquis Is Breaking Up Exploration's Boys Club

Cool story and our own Cheryl Zook gets quoted!!!
https://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/hiking-and-backpacking/explorer-sarah-marquis/?fbclid=IwAR1M4zA9gcJzXfPOS4JZ4m_CtMHm2RkFik2oIt5DQGDL3OiZq5TU85pDR4s&utm_campaign=&utm_content=Feature&utm_medium=organic-social&utm_source=Outside%20Magazine-facebook

Sarah Marquis Is Breaking Up Exploration's Boys Club She walks across entire continents. She has a Spidey sense for alligators and avalanches. And she is redefining what it means to be a modern-day explorer.

Photo Gallery 04/25/2022

Photo Gallery

https://www.washingtoncanoeclub.org/photos?fbclid=IwAR0qa1p8pcrIMs_VYf860hxtlqVyD7vyKK2nyIzbQ7UK2bunuWxrlofqpNg

Photo Gallery General Clinton 70 Mile Canoe Race in New York C-1, C-2 and C-4 person teams completed the "unofficial " race in low water, rain on and off all day and temperatures at the start of race at 45 and at the end of the race still at a cold 45! Even with all that, Kelly Rhodes and Dan Havens had a very go...

03/16/2022

Maggie Hogan, Nelo rep extraordinaire, just pinged WCC to say they will have a trailer passing thru DC in a few weeks and nothing says "springtime" better than treating yourself to a new skinny ride. see below:
Hi WCC!
This is Maggie from NeloUSA. I have transport going to the DC area to drop off a surfski to a local customer. Is anyone at the club interested in a new boat? We have a few Nelo C1s, a few OC1s and a few surfskis in stock. The driver should be in the DC area in about 2 weeks. Thank you for considering!

RaceHub 02/23/2022

RaceHub

The WCC is again hosting to OC-1&2 Kumuohu Challenge race...go to Paddleguru to sign up!! Thanks to all the WCC volunteers for helping to make this happen...This year's volunteer hero is Kelly Rhodes.....

https://paddleguru.com/races/KumuohuChallenge2022

RaceHub Race management software and athletic results platform.

12/24/2021

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the Washington Canoe Club!

10/31/2021

HAPPY HALLOWEEN from WCC! 🎃💀😈👻👽

10/20/2021

Congrats and best of luck to all the many WCC paddlers racing this weekend in Chattanooga, Tenn at the Chattajack 31 miler. It's a long way to go for the chance to race, a L.O.N.G way to go. 31 miles at once is not for the faint-hearted. I know, from the club, there is a men's OC-6, several OC-2's a few OC-1's both men and women, and in a particularly brave (foolish?) entry; we have Kathy Summers' racing prone, and even more brave (foolish-er?) entry is, Ian Ross racing Sprint C-1. Best of luck to ALL!!

10/15/2021

ANNOUNCING THE RETURN OF;
THE Frankie 10K

Saturday October 30, 2021 come to WCC for the Frank Havens Memorial 10K, honoring the amazing WCC Gold & Silver Medalist, Frank Havens. Feel free to dress up in Halloween Finery….

Race Sign-up at 9:30am; Mandatory Racers Meeting at 10:15am; Mass Start at 11:00AM

Many classes to choose from including Short Boat classes (up to, but not longer than 16’ long) and Long Boat (16.5’ and up) All canoes must be fat, slow, non-racing, open canoes made from non-racing materials (ie., no Kevlar, carbon boats) & must be paddled with 2 people each using a single blade paddle.

10K race course on the Potomac in honor of Frankie’s Gold Medal, World Record win in the C-1 10,000m distance at the Helsinki Olympics of 1952.

$25. per person, will get you a great race, a nice post-race lunch, and if you’re fast enough, the coolest award of the season. Also, cool tee shirts will be available for purchase and cool raffle items can be won if you choose to enter the raffle.

Post-race, stay and enjoy a nice lunch and awards ceremony and a chance to linger and enjoy the company of WCC members & friends near and far.

Finally; not able to race this year? Consider helping. We need volunteers for race officials, food prep, food serving, and always, clean-up. Email Bonnie Havens or Jim Ross to volunteer....THANKS!!

06/18/2021

Good evening friends....as of now BOTH the black combination lock on the WCC vehicle gate AND the new pedestrian gate have the same number combos. The Ped Gate also has a few letters. If this is new information to you then you need to double check your Constant Contact notifications from WCC and find your new codes. Please don't post codes to this FB page as it is NOT entirely "Members Only". In trying to keep the club safe and secure we know that we will also cause some frustration and angst ~sorry~
the NPS gate out by the K St entrance is still the same key as is the front door to the club. Happy Summer folks...enjoy...WCC BofG

06/10/2021

WCC Junior Paddlers lived this reality tonight; or on their case exercise in the rain....we'll done all...

06/07/2021

FIRST Mile Rock Challenge is in the books it was a hot hot Sunday but we had 4 eager paddlers in three boats

JUNE 5, 2021 Real Time

Charlie Fenn Ski first starter 39:04

Q and Sarah OC-2 +4 after Charlie 33:54

Tim Johnson Epic Ski +5 after Charlie 33:26

all three boats finished within a few minutes of each other. Nice Job Racers. Next race is 10 AM July 4th

06/02/2021

MILE ROCK CHALLENGE
SUNDAY JUNE 6th 10 AM START

The MRC is a fun little race we hosted for many years, but then stopped due to COVID. Now that we are emerging from COVID we will begin again. The Race begins at WCC, heads upstream and around Mile Rock and back to WCC then back up to Mile Rock again, finish back at WCC. A total of 4 miles or roughly 6.5K. It is meant to be a fun, once a month race, with no entry fees and no rewards except for the feel good reward of getting out on the river with WCC friends.

ALL BOATS and/or BOARDS WELCOME…..

We plan to start the crafts in stages (groups) based on slowest to fastest speed NOT necessarily by boat type, or age, or gender, but by relative boat speed, so that …in theory… all the craft will FINISH the race at, or nearly at, the same time. If we gauge the speeds correctly; everyone has a chance to win ….in theory… fun, right?

Over this summer the MRC will occur on the first Sunday of each month, from June through the final race in October. Mandatory scratch meeting at 9:45am so race organizers know who is there and we can begin to seat the groups. First group goes off at 10:00 with the remainder in different groups soon after; fastest boats go last. This is a great fun race to do with kids, family, introduction to racing. There will also be some “fast people” there from the WCC racing various teams.

Come on down…

PS; for this year, we are hosting this event for WCC members only; not open to the Public or member’s friends yet….baby steps for the organizers….

FIRST MRC of the YEAR June 6th BE THERE 10AM START

05/19/2021

Super nice surprise riding on the C&O this afternoon....For the first time in ~ IDK~ 6 or 7 years the canal is full of water!!!....at least froim Lock 7 to Fletcher's...all filled up!

05/02/2021

To the very kind, sir or madam who took it upon themselves to cut-up and remove the large(ish) tree branch that fell onto the boat rack in our back 40' we thank you!!!! We hope you're on FB or that someone who knows that you did it is, and that you get our thanks...went down today to do the work and instead got to sit and watch the clouds float past since the work was already done....woot woot for WCC volunteers....

04/09/2021

FREE TO A GOOD HOME:
The WCC's old 15 hr outboard engine formally used for our second launch is up for grabs. Details: 15 hrs long-shaft currently set up for remote driving (so no tiller-arm). The bad news is that it's missing the bonnet (cowling) and it's very old. Good news is that it runs and had been very reliable. Best news is it's free....P/U at WCC...first to say "Yes, me!" gets it. if nobody says yes within a week it's gone to the dump....

04/07/2021

Looks like it’s on!!!

03/30/2021

Continuing the effort to re-located the downstream boat racks to the upstream portion on the club grounds; today we had some more progress. We were able to move the Aluma-craft rack (and canoes) over to the upstream side. The new rack spot is right next to the War Canoe Rack, back against the fenceline; so when folks wonder; "Where did the Aluma-Crafts go?" please re-direct them.

Also, we built a new rack for WCC CLUB owned standard canoes. Currently there are about 5 canoes on this rack. All are ALL club owned and all are free to use. However, in the middle of this new canoe rack we built a specialty rack "JUST FOR PRIVATE OC-1 PARTS". So the CANOES are up for grabs the parts in the center of the rack are private. The new rack is right in front of the Aluma craft rack and next to the War Canoe rack...LOTS of super nice canoes for club use all in the same spot. If you're looking for a club canoe to use..they're all in the same place. Two racks of great boats...Enjoy....

03/19/2021

US Olympic Team Trails for Canoe/Kayak began today and WCC's own Ann Armstrong and Ian Ross both already raced their qualifier races. Conditions were tough in Sarasota, Florida and Ann took a fourth in her A Final so she missed the Quota spot for Canoe Women. Ian won his Canoe 1000m race and so he is the guy for US. Next steps should have been a Continental Qualifier Race in Brazil next month but it has been cancelled due to COVID. For now Ian keeps training and waits to see how the IOC will determine spots for The America's. If nothing else; Ian will race in the Last Chance Regatta in Siberia Russia in May.... Chancing the Rings is not for the faint-hearted. Goooo... WCC!!!

03/14/2021

Is it weird that I see this logo and immediately think of Ian, Gavin and all our awesome C1 athletes?! I clearly miss you all! Can’t wait to be back at the WCC in a few weeks! xo, Kathy

03/13/2021

The Club's water has been turned on for the season...woot woot for springtime

Photos from Washington Canoe Club's post 02/28/2021

Hello friends, all this rain will mean the river will be rising this week. The Potomac temp is still cold (mid-40's) and the the river is predicted to rise to 9' by Tuesday. Be sure of yourself and honest about your self-rescue skills in cold water when you go out this week. Stay safe

Water Wednesday with Chris Brown — Washington Canoe Club and the Potomac River - Potomac Riverkeeper Network 01/23/2021

Water Wednesday with Chris Brown — Washington Canoe Club and the Potomac River - Potomac Riverkeeper Network

If you missed Chris Brown's virtual book presentation, here's your second chance.

Please join us this Wednesday, January 27th at noon, for a Zoom talk with WCC’s own Chris Brown and Potomac Riverkeeper Dean Naujoks.

Join Chris Brown, author of, Images of America: Washington Canoe Club and Potomac Riverkeeper, Dean Naujoks for a special PRKN "Water Wednesday" on January 27th at 12 pm via Zoom (hosted by the Potomac Riverkeeper Network).

Registration for this special Potomac Riverkeeper Network event is required.

Chris Brown will discuss his pictorial history of the Washington Canoe Club. Three years in the making and recently reviewed in the Washington Post, the book includes more than 200 vintage photos and scores of stories about our unique Club, Boathouse, and community. This is the last history talk Chris has planned for the year! Books can still be purchased on the WCC website.

Dean Naujoks will discuss Potomac Riverkeeper Network’s ‘Swimmable Potomac’ Campaign and when it’s actually safe to get in the water to swim or paddle. Learn how Dean and his trained volunteer citizen scientists safely sample and test from expanded locations along the Potomac. He’ll talk about the process, posting each week’s results online, and how you can participate this year! He’ll also discuss DC Water’s Potomac River Tunnel project and its impact near WCC.

There will be a Q&A at the end of the talk.

We hope to virtually see you there!

Water Wednesday with Chris Brown — Washington Canoe Club and the Potomac River - Potomac Riverkeeper Network Water Wednesday with Chris Brown and Dean Naujoks, Potomac Riverkeeper Join our Potomac Riverkeeper, Dean Naujoks, and Chris Brown, author of the new book, “Washington Canoe Club (Images of America)” for a special Water Wednesday on January 27th at 12PM. WATER WEDNESDAY: Washington Canoe Club an...

Welcome | 2021 Membership Dues Washington Canoe Club | Washington Canoe Club 01/03/2021

Welcome | 2021 Membership Dues Washington Canoe Club | Washington Canoe Club

Just a friendly reminder that all members must re-register, sign the waiver, and pay 2021 dues by January 31st

All returning members must re-register for 2021 in SportsEngine. This allows WCC to keep an up-to-date membership roster and accounting records. We appreciate your cooperation.

To register, just sign in to your SportsEngine account to begin the process. 2021 registration closes on January, 31, 2021. A late fee of $50 will be applied for returning members that register after this date. The current fees for all membership categories are on the website.

NOTE: Fees for additional boat storage (for those with more than one boat/board) will be invoiced separately after registration is complete. The invoice will come in February from SportsEngine, independent of the registration process.

If you have selected the quarterly payment option in 2020 you must set it up again for 2021 during the registration process. This does not carry over.

If you do not intend to renew your membership please let us know by sending an email to [email protected].

We look forward to paddling with you!
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12/25/2020
12/14/2020

With real cold upon us (pipe-freezing at least) it's time to accept winter is coming. As of tonight, the club water will be turned off and pipes drained. No more boat washing and plan to bring your own drinking water for workouts. Docks to be moved this Sunday. Be safe all.

12/02/2020

TOMORROW (THURSDAY) NIGHT!

Members and Friends of WCC:

Please join us for Chris Brown's Virtual Book Talk on December 3, 2020, 8:00-8:45pm.

Chris is an honorary lifetime member at WCC for his many contributions over many years. His new book, a pictorial history of WCC, is entitled 'Images of America: Washington Canoe Club' and is the culmination of a three-year project that required sorting through thousands of images that document the club's 115-year history. It chronicles a century of activity along the Potomac River and a social institution of highly competitive, high-spirited men and women.

Attending WCC members saw bit of this material last month at our virtual annual meeting but Chris will be covering new material and showing many more slides, mostly those not in the book (of the 1000+ images he compiled, only 206 made it into the book).

The presentation will run 45 minutes plus Q&A and be more of a lecture format.

The main topics will be paddling and boathouse history, land use and DC history, the Potomac River, and more on the many outstanding WCC paddlers (women and men) over the past century. More on club legends and lore, too!

We look forward to seeing you virtually on Thursday night!

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GREAT GIFT IDEA for this holiday season!

Chris’s book 'Images of America: Washington Canoe Club' is available for purchase on our website; and those who donate $250 or more to WCC will receive a complimentary copy of the book signed by Chris! All donations and proceeds from book sales will support the WCC’s boathouse restoration.

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