NEWS AND EVENTS
OUR NEXT EVENT
September 10th and September 11th, 2020
Magnuson Park Arena Sports - East Parking Lot
Join the Windermere Foundation and the George Pocock Rowing Foundation for a night at the Drive-In to raise money for "A Most Beautiful Thing Inclusion Fund" to promote accessibility and inclusion at rowing programs across the United States.
Arrival Time: 7:30 p.m. | Showtime: 8:15 p.m. (dusk)
Price: $30 per car
Proceeds from the event benefit "A Most Beautiful Thing Inclusion Fund" to promote accessibility and inclusion at rowing programs across the United States.
Watch the film trailer here
UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS
a most beautiful thing
POSTPONED - Date TBD - *Learn more about the rescheduling*
Pacific Science Center | PACCAR IMAX Theater
Executive Produced by Academy Award-winning artist, Common, along with NBA stars Grant Hill and Dwyane Wade, and Grammy-winning producer 9th Wonder, this new documentary film from award-winning filmmaker, Mary Mazzio, chronicles the first African American high school rowing team in this country (made up of young men, many of whom were in rival gangs from the West Side of Chicago, all coming together to row in the same boat). This project explores not only the safety these young men found on the water, but the trauma of violence and cyclical poverty, examining how these young men were able to support each other in reimagining a different future for themselves, and how rowing and the water provided the backdrop for that opportunity. These young men came together, after 20 years out of the boat, to race this past summer, not only to celebrate the team’s founding but the fact that they are still alive. This is their story.
Join GPRF and the rowing community for the Seattle premiere of A Most Beautiful Thing at the Pacific Science Center PACCAR IMAX Theater on Saturday, April 4th, 2020.
Tickets go on sale February 2020.