6:30pm, Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Agendas will be available at the meeting.
Newcomers are welcome to come and
play 3 times for FREE
during one of our Coffee Leagues
Mondays & Fridays
9:30-11:30 am (June, July, August)
1:30-3:30 pm (May, Sep, Oct)
Just plan to arrive 30 minutes prior to game time for some free instruction to get you started
Cobequid Lawn Bowls Club is the newest Lawn Bowls Club in Nova Scotia, boasting 8 rinks, and one of only two clubs outside the Halifax Regional Municipality.
It is located at 40 Douglas St. in Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada, at the rear of Douglas Street Recreation Centre, so you have to drive around the back of the building to find the Clubhouse and Green.
We started the planning process to build a Lawn Bowling Club in 2009, were Incorporated in 2011, built the green April-May 2012, and had a very successful Grand Opening on June 16, 2012.
We added outdoor lighting for evening play and we also have a bright, clean and fully equipped Clubhouse.
Come and give lawn bowling a try. It is affordable, easy to learn and is for all ages and skill levels. We offer:
- a relaxed, social atmosphere
- everyday fun
- gentle, healthy exercise
- free instruction
So be sure to bookmark and visit this website often for all the latest news.
Contact us at email@example.com
Chuck Craig, Volunteer of the year with 1st Vice President Marlene Sears and 2nd Vice President Shelly Woodgate
Female Rookie of the year Carmen Neal and Male Rookie of the year Ken Russell
2017 Club Singles winners: Karen Hennigar – Womens and Dave Mitchell – Mens
2017 Fruit Bowl winners George Wood, Chris Donnachie and Sonny Logan
2016 Volunteer of the Year – Romaine Piers
The Work crew: Chris Donnachie, Andy Johnson (Truro Parks & Rec),
Peter Saunders, Allan Docherty (Greengauge), Mark Gibbon (Truro Parks & Rec), Walter Miller
Pulling the carpet into place
Straightening the carpet for stitching
Walter keeping the carpet wet for easy stitching
President Helen Brightman talks to Allan just after he stitches the last seam
2016 Club Singles Winners
Karen Hennigar and Bob Messer