Membership Fees for 2020:
Membership Renewal – $170
New Membership – $170
Junior Membership – $45
Associate Membership – $30; Associate Members enjoy Club Social activities but do not bowl.
Locker Rental – $10.
New Membership or Renewal after the start of the Season may be pro-rated.
These fees cover the budgeted costs associated with running the Club as a non-profit organization. They include the fees remitted to the OLBA and BCB.
For New Members, there is no additional cost for registration with the OLBA, the provision of a Name Badge, Bowls Canada Rule Book, a Club Handbook and use of the bowls.
The Club’s Constitution embodies a code of ethics to ensure that all members have the opportunity to share the volunteer work and enjoy the benefits of membership.
Each year a Management Board is elected in accordance with the Club’s Constitution.
Directors & Officers can be contacted via email (see the Contact Us page), by phone, by mail and of course, at the Club! They are always happy to hear from you 🙂
There are many different levels of play within the Club. Each player bowls at a level and a pace that suits them.
Our Season schedule includes events that are designed for all levels of player ability and aspiration – from beginner up to competitive tournament play at the Provincial level.
For those who like to play as members of a team, the Club offers competitive in-house Leagues as well as Club and Open Tournaments.
Benefits of Club Membership
– At least 120 casual and social games. Averaging six per week.
– Five House Leagues that run for most of the season.
– A number of Open Tournaments and Club Championships; entry fees apply.
– Organized training and coaching sessions.
Check out our 2019 Calendar of Events to see how often you can play!!
A Club Handbook that describes the Club organization and functions.
A Club Activity Calendar showing dates and times of all the Club’s bowling events.
Opportunities to enter Inter-club District and Provincial events; entry fees apply.
Participation in a number of enjoyable social activities, BBQs, Canada Day, National Bowls Day, etc.