2017 Program Registration
All registration and payment for programs is completed online via the Rowing Canada (RCA) website. To register for a program:
- Create an account with Rowing Canada (RCA), or login to your existing account
- Register for a Program via the RCA online registration system
- Remit payment
Once you have registered online with RCA (step 2.), the club registrar will be notified that there is a “pending” registration. They will review the pending registration to ensure the participant has registered for the right program based on their age and rowing experience. Payment using the RCA online payment system is preferred, however payment by cash and cheques are also accepted.
Once program registration is confirmed and payment is received, the registrar will activate your membership. You will receive an automated email from Rowing Canada indicating this has happened, and that you are ready to start rowing!
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Located on Lake Banook in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Mic Mac Amateur Aquatic Club (MMAAC) is a non-profit organization that fosters community involvement and personal growth through social, recreational, and athletic activities. MMAAC Rowing offers programs in both sweeping (one oar per person) and sculling (two oars per person). Programs include Learn-to-Row, Novice, Recreational, and Competitive for Juniors (ages 11-18) and Adults (ages 19+).
Rowing was the major organized sport at MMAAC when it was first established in 1923. Many great rowing crews and events have graced the lake since those days.The famous Mic Mac fours crew represented Canada and finished third in the 1932 Olympics. The crew consisted of Henry Pelham, Gordon (Tiny) Gammon, Fraser Herman and Frank Courtney.
Over the years many MMAAC rowers have gone on to compete nationally and internationally. More recent history has seen Mic Mac’s Todd Hallett row for Canada in a World Cup, five World Championships and three Olympics.
Since 1923, MMAAC Rowing has contributed to the development of Rowing in Nova Scotia, and has produced many athletes who have earned the privilege to compete regionally, nationally, and internationally.