Based on the Covid-19 situation, we will not be opening in May. We hope that we can resume some form of activity by the end of the season and will post here as information becomes available.
Information on Tournaments 2020, including cancellations, has been posted at Lawn Bowls Nova Scotia.
There will be no National Tournaments this season.
Newcomers are welcome to come and
play three times for FREE
during one of our Coffee Leagues
Mondays & Fridays
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 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 have outdoor lighting for evening play and 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebrating the GOOD STUFF!
2019 Awards Night
Rock and Roll 2019
2019 Open Pairs Tournament
2019 Singles Tournament
2019 Fruit Bowl
2019 Open Triples Tournament
Atlantic Bowls Trials – Pairs (2019)
Nova Scotia Pairs Championship (2019)
2019 Canada Day
2018 Awards Night
Frank Hamilton Memorial Mixed TriplesWinners: Gordon Curtis (skip), Gail Donnachie and Chris Donnachie
Chris Donnachie who along with Debbie Foster, Bridgetown (left) and
Janet Kelly, Dartmouth (right) won the Centennial Lawn Bowls Club
(Moncton) Fairhaven Invitational Triples (1 man, 2 ladies teams)
Canada Day 2018