Season Is In Full Swing
Members play on a first-come first-served basis during pandemic. Protocols have been approved by our governing bodies. Being outdoors makes lawn bowling a safe sport that lends itself naturally to social distancing. 2021 is the perfect year to try something challenging yet easy to learn, and safe to play. Whether you are returning or looking for something new.
Come on Down for 3 Free Lessons
Adults are invited to attend three free lessons to learn more about the our sport. Participants per session are limited so check 2021 Schedule on this page and email us at link below telling us your name; how many people; what day works best; and an email so we can communicate .
We will be in touch to confirm details and provide more information. We look forward to seeing you on the green!
Submit request for Three Free Lessons email link here
10:00 am - Noon Monday - Wednesday - Thursday - Saturday
6:30 - 8:30pm Tuesday, Friday
Annual Membership Fees
Season runs May through September. Play is unlimited, and on a drop in basis.
Bowls rental 20.00
Instruction / Training
Our club coach has represented British Columbia at the international level and believes the greater the understanding of the sport, the greater the enjoyment. Lynn will provide the training and tips you need to ensure the maximize the experience.
For members interested in competitions or advanced clinics (post pandemic of course) will help you hone competitive skills.
Conditions of Play
Club play and tournaments are governed by the Laws of the Sport of Bowls - 3rd Edition 2015, with exceptions posted at specific events.
'The Basics' captured in 1:06! Lawn bowls is an easy sport to learn, enjoyable to play, and a challenge to master.
Learning curve in 5:09. Attire is come as you are. Some participants favour *whites in competition but club colours is now the norm. Remember shoes with flat soles!
Developing these skills with a *call shot, on demand ... ridiculous is right! Interesting to note, bowls can be played on both indoor and outdoor greens.