Learn to lawn bowl Saturday

The Port Alberni Lawn Bowling Club kicks off its 2016 season this Saturday, May 7.

The Port Alberni Lawn Bowling Club kicks off its 2016 season this Saturday, May 7 with an open house from 1:30–4:30 p.m.

The public is welcome to join club members on a drop-in basis.

Chat with members, learn about the game and pick up a brochure for more information. No experience is necessary.

Last year the club introduced Friday night drop-in sessions with success, and will continue to open from 6:30–8:30 p.m. on Fridays for family drop-ins, beginning May 13.

Coaching is available and equipment use is free.

For more information, please call Stephen at 250-731-6375 or Robin at 250-730-2565 to find out how to become a club member and join in playing lawn bowling.

 

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