Head Of The Charles Regatta
The annual Head of the Charles Regatta kicks off this weekend and will draw thousands of competitors from all over the world. Among the rowers will be local kids from a special city rowing program.
Make your way down to the Charles River to experience the fun and excitement of the Head of the Charles Regatta. This two-day rowing event is the largest in the world, and attracts more than 300,000 spectators and more than 9,000 athletes. Whether you are participating, observing or volunteering, this event promises two action-packed days of racing. Here’s your guide.
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The Head of the Charles Regatta brings hundreds of thousands of visitors to Boston and Cambridge for the two-day event.
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