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Confederation Park, Willingdon & Penzance, Burnaby
3025 Fir Street, Vancouver
The Granville Park Bowls Club, on the corner of Fir and 14th, was founded in 19165and has been playing at its current location since 1922. We offer our members the chance to play bowls at all levels from social and recreational all the way to provincial and national levels. It is a rare year that a Granville Park member does not win a medal at the Provincial Championships. Our coaching program is run by a former National and International Champion who is also a certified coach. So come on down to some of the best greens, best bowlers and best hospitality in Metro Vancouver.
5870 Elm Street, Vancouver
The Kerrisdale Bowls Club, situated in Elm Park, was founded in 1915 and has been playing at its current location since 1917. We offer our members the chance to play bowls at all levels from social to recreational all the way to provincial, national and even international levels - one of our members played in the 2011 Asia Pacific Championships in Adelaide, Australia. Introductory coaching course begins on the first Tuesday in May and covers all the basics of the Sport of Bowls, but we accept new members any time of the year.
5128 47th Avenue, Ladner
The Ladner Lawn Bowling Club was organized in 1916, Reverend R.F. Stillman, President and Mr. W.H. Wilson, Secretary. In 1917 the name was changed to the Delta Lawn Bowling Association. In 1950 the club was reorganized and incorporated under the British Columbia Societies Act as the Ladner Lawn Bowling Club. Initially members bowled on the lawn at Mr. William Kirkland's residence. In 1918 greens were constructed at the Ladner Country Club and a club house erected in 1919. The Ladner Ladies Lawn Bowling Club was absorbed by the Ladner Lawn Bowling Club in 1972.
20471 54th Avenue, Langley
Located at 20471 - 54 Ave. in the City of Langley, the Langley Lawn Bowling club was founded in 1979 and has been in operation since 1982. Our success over the years is attributed to the friendly and hard working volunteers in our membership. Our bowling season runs from late April to mid September. Come and visit our club! The uninitiated are always surprised at how challenging lawn bowling is!
President: Barbara Miller bowlslangley
Secretary: (None at present, please contact Barbara at the club email address)
Moody Park, 710 8th Street, New Westminster
The club is located on 8th Street near 6th Avenue in Moody Park. We host four inter-club events – Hyack Mixed Triples (May), Royal City Men’s Triples (June), Royal City Ladies Triples (July), Marg Bauer Mixed Fours (Aug). Day and evening draws all week accommodate those retired or working. In-house competitive leagues and social draws offer appropriate levels of competition for all. More information is available on our website.
4000 Kingsway, Burnaby
Queen Elizabeth Park (33rd & Cambie), Vancouver
|The club has just celebrated its 100th anniversary and is looking forward to its second century.|
4376 West 6th Avenue, Vancouver
The West Point Grey Bowls Club is located in one of the loveliest parts of Vancouver; our view of the mountains is unparalleled! We have two greens with a total of 16 rinks, so there is always plenty of room for people of all skill levels and abilities to bowl. We have hosted the B.C. Week Women's events for the past two years. We also host the Russ McKay Triples, West Point Grey Women's Triples, Barbara Williams Fours and the 2' Measure Fours. We welcome new members and encourage visitors to our friendly club.
The West Point Grey Bowls Club started on February 15, 1921. It's first president was W.G. Armstrong. The Women's Club opened on June 9 of that same year with Mrs. G.E. Winter as president. One of the high points in the club's history was when it played host to the Lawn Bowls event in the Commonwealth Games (then called the British Empire Games in 1954.
650 20th Street, West Vancouver
|Organized lawn bowls games were established in West Vancouver long before World War I on the tennis greens located near the Navvy Jack Thomas house. Early enthusiast Charles Nelson (West Vancouver's first reeve) built a private green on his residential property as Sunday play was forbidden on the District's property. In June 1931 the Men's Club built a green in the area south of the original West Vancouver United Church. They added a clubhouse in 1934. This was later expanded in the 1980's and the green was repaired and restored. Over the years the club membership and tournament participation has risen dramatically. Today the West Vancouver Lawn Bowls Club membership has risen to over 200 bowlers and the club hosts many local tournaments.|