Cambridge Boat Club

established 1909

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Welcome to the Cambridge Boat Club!

CBC Boathouse 2002 Established in 1909, the Cambridge Boat Club is a not-for-profit rowing and social club with 325 members who compete in regattas around the world. The club is also active in various community outreach programs; cleaning up the Charles River; supporting other rowing organizations on the river including Cambridge Rindge & Latin Rowing, G-Row and Community Rowing; and extending use of our facilities to Senior Citizens and area-wide charity organizations.

SEX & ROMANCE AFTER 60

 

SUNDAY NIGHT SUPPER

          March 22, 2015

 

What are your chances for sex and romance as a “sexagenarian” and beyond? Harvard Medical School neurologist and neuropsychiatrist Bruce H. Price, M.D., studies aging in all its aspects, from changes in the body and brain to how we can preserve vitality. With humor and pictures, he’ll discuss whether sexual desire necessarily wanes—or does it only change? How late in life can people continue with romantic relationships and active sexual lives? Are there gender differences?  What’s the scoop on Viagra, and why is there no female equivalent? Bruce promises a highly interactive talk—so bring your questions!

 

 

5:30 fizz’n’brandy  ~   6:30 chow’n’candy  ~  7:30 old’n’randy

 

Potluck Supper (by last name initial)

A-F Salad or vegetable  ~  G-N Hors d'oeuvres   ~  O-Z Entrée or casserole

Dessert will be provided ~  Guests welcome

SUNDAY NIGHT SUPPER

 A HOLLYWOOD ACTOR’S CRAFT

February 22, 2015 

Tom Babson’s face will be familiar to many of us: for 11 years, he played Ted Danson’s incompetent lawyer on Cheers. An actor, writer, and director, Babson lived in LA for 20 years and appeared in more than 250 films, television shows, and commercials, including roles on Hill Street Blues, St. Elsewhere, McGiver, and Full House. Tom has acted in and directed more than 100 theatre productions. He’ll describe the actor’s craft, and tell us how a Massachusetts-born ice hockey player and coach made it to Hollywood, where he also taught Paul Newman how to play hockey for the 1977 movie Slap Shot.

 

5:30 Cutty Sark  ~   6:30 drumsticks, dark  ~  7:30 hit your mark

 

Potluck Supper (by last name initial)

A-F Entrée or casserole ~  G-N Salad or vegetable ~  O-Z Hors d'oeuvres

Dessert will be provided ~  Guests welcome

Upcoming Regattas

2014 Racing Schedule

Here's the list of upcoming races for this year. Click on this link to open the pdf list that you can then download or print.

Can't find what you're looking for? Check out Regatta Central and Row2k for more regatta listings.

*Any missing entry deadlines or contact information have not yet been posted by the regatta organizers. The Rowing Committee will update this list on the CBC website as more information becomes available.

Rowing Technique - Workshop

These are the notes from the workshop that Boris held on Saturday 4th February 2012. There are links to some interesting videos

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A Brief History of Cambridge Boat Club

Cambridge Boat Club was founded by civic minded Cantabrigians who gathered to create a common resource for athletics and socializing. The club was incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on April 7th, 1909. Its declared purpose was to "encourage athletic exercises, boating and yachting and to establish and maintain a place for social meetings".

This is the era when people began to formally take notice of the importance of individuals and groups to marshall their forces, in stewardship of the nation's open spaces and recreational lands. It is the time of Teddy Roosevelt's Presidency, the establishment of many of our great national parks and the environmental movement so capably espoused by the impassioned photography of Walter Muir. Mount Auburn Cemetery and Frederick Law Olmsted's Emerald Necklace are still in their infancy.

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