Membership Fees for 2018:
Membership Renewal – $160.
New Membership – $180.
Junior Program – $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 organisation. They include the fees remitted to the OLBA and BCB.
For New Members the additional $20 payment covers registration with the OLBA,the provision of a Name Badge, Bowls Canada Rule Book and a Club Handbook.
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.
Officers of the Management Board may be contacted via email (see the Contact Us page), by phone, by mail and, of course, at Club events.
The Management and Club Committees page lists the members of the Executive, the Board, Activity Chairs, and Event Conveners with their phone numbers.
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
The season has 5 months, May to September, of bowling events that include:
– At least 120 casual and social games. Averaging six per week.
– Five House Leagues that run the for most of the season.
– A number of Open Tournaments and Club Championships; entry fees apply.
– Organized training and coaching sessions.
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..
The social occasions take place on or after various events, and may include a fee to cover refreshments etc..