Category Archives: News
- June 6, 2022
- April 9, 2022
The Quinsigamond Rowing Association (QRA) will be hosting crew races and regattas on Lake Quinsigamond this spring. Visit their website for a list of teams and schools competing each week. http://www.qra.org/regattas/lakeschd.php
The link below will list the dates of the Corrazinni Boat ramp closures due to regattas.QRA Schedule & Boat Ramp closures for spring 2022
- November 3, 2020
Wonder Woman to the rescue… please save us from 2020.
2020 and the year of the COVID sculler! Our annual Caffeine Classic was held on Saturday, October 24, 2020. Many members enjoyed celebrating the close of this rowing season with one final row.
See you back on the water in 2021!
- February 17, 2020
The sun rising over the water, bald eagles flying overhead, the silence broken by the click of the oars: There’s no better way to greet the day, early-morning rowers say, than in a shell on Lake Quinsigamond.
“It’s magnificent, absolutely magnificent,” says Judy Freedman Fask, 61, of Millbury, who took up the sport five years ago after attending a Learn to Row Day hosted by the Quinsigamond Rowing Club at Donahue Rowing Center here.
Patti Aiello of Upton came out to the same introductory lesson five years ago. The Framingham special-ed teacher was pushing 50 and with her two children grown, she was preparing for life as an empty nester.
Excerpt taken from By Mark Sullivan’s Story
Telegram & Gazette Staff
- February 2, 2019
It was our swan song for the season.
Rain our shine our annual Caffeine Classic was held on Saturday November 3, 2018. Over 40 members earned brunch braving the cold, rainy, breezy Lake Quinsigamond waters. See you back on the water in the Spring of 2019!
- June 2, 2018
The 17th-annual National Learn to Row Day was sponsored by USRowing and took place on Saturday, June 2, 2018, in rowing clubs and health clubs throughout the United States. Thank you to all participants who visited the Quinsigamond Rowing Club and enjoyed an early morning row on the lake. Hope to see you again on the lake and enjoy the photos!
Read more on how you can learn to row this summer.