Young lawn bowler uses an aid to deliver the bowl.

Things are really rolling at Courtenay Lawn Bowling Club

Things are rolling, rolling, rolling at the Courtenay Lawn Bowling Club. The Open House on Saturday, April 18 proved that this is a sport for all ages and great family entertainment.

As demonstrated in the photo, there is an aid for those whose hands are not large enough to hold the bowl and also for those who have difficulty bending – sport for all ages.

Further coaching and open house sessions are available April 22-24,  6-8 p.m. , and our coaches are very accommodating time wise should the posted times not be convenient.  Call 250-338-8222 and leave a message.

Our “road trip” teams will start off their season at the Shandley Mixed Triples in Nanaimo, May 2-3 and we have four teams participating.

The first home tournament will be May 16-17 with the Anderton Nursery Mixed Triples, with a full house of 96 bowlers from all over the zone expected.

 

– Courtenay Lawn Bowling Club

 

 

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