Arguably one of the most exciting events to take place in the Village of Haverstraw is the Annual Brickyard Sprints hosted by the North Rockland Rowing Club. This year, the Brickyard Sprints will take place on Sunday, April 22, 2012 at the Haverstraw-Ossining Ferry Landing in the Village of Haverstraw (just north of the Harbors at Haverstraw on Dr. Girling Drive). The races will last from 9:00 AM until 2:00 PM, although delays are likely and the racing could continue later into the day depending on weather and conditions on the Hudson River. Four crew teams from across the region will visit the Village of Haverstraw to compete in the Brickyard Sprints. The races are best viewed from the Ferry Landing parking lot, the Haverstraw Elks Club, or from Emeline Park. However, much of the action will be at the Ferry Landing. The race starting line is at Bowline Point Park and stretches down to the Ferry dock, roughly 1500 meters. Stop by and support rowing on the Hudson River! For more information, visit www.northrocklandrowingclub.org or call (845) 942-1030. See you there!
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Great program, great people!
gonna be tons of fun; i hope a bunch of people come to this.
This is not Haverstraw Marina, this is near the ferry landing near the Harbors at Haverstraw. It’s called Admiral’s Cove Marina. Also adjacent to the Haverstraw Elks Club.
Thank you Adam and Heather Stein for writing about the event on the Wright Brothers Real Estate blog! We had a great turnout! Thanks again! http://www.wrightinnyack.com/blog/Haverstraw+Bricktown+Sprints+2011
We are very excited to hear about the great turnout. We look forward to a great Summer 2011 filled with lots of cool events like this one, bravo!
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