Monday, Wednesday, Thursday – 7:00PM | Tuesday, Saturday – 1:00PM
5885 Carman Road | Iroquois, Ontario | K0E 1X0
If you would like to learn how to bowl, but don’t want to start in a game situation, our club offers private or group lessons.. Complete the form below and a member will be in contact with you to arrange a lesson for your and/or your friends.
We provide you with everything you need to get started. We ask that you wear a pair of flat soled shoes (to protect the greens). Wear something comfortable, that allows for easy movement. Most bowlers bring along a drink or water bottle as a refreshment for those hot summer nights. If you forgot your drink, we have some refreshments for a $1.
Bring your family or group for a fun evening of lawn bowling. We have access to the campground Clubhouse, so you and your family or group can go enjoy some snacks and refreshments after your game.
Try this out as a team building event or as something new to do with co-workers, a group of friends and/or relatives.
Full members are allowed to bowl on all scheduled nights. This means you can bowl up to 5 times a week! Members also receive an OLBA number and card, which allows them to enter any tournaments in the Ontario. Contact us.
You don’t have to bowl to enjoy being part of the action at our club. Our social membership allows ou to join in with club activities – pot-lucks, fundraisers, or just enjoy watching the games and go for coffee afterwards.
For those that would just like to bowl a few times during the season, this is the perfect solution for you. Equipment will be provided.
Drop-in fee is $5.
Full members are allowed to bowl on all scheduled nights. This means you can bowl up to 5 times a week! Members also receive an OLBA number and card, which allows them to enter any tournaments in the Ontario.
President 613 543 3362
Secretary 905 975 3023
Treasurer + Membership 613 332 8850
Green Maintenance Chair 613 652 4130
The game of bowls, whether competitive or social, is played in an atmosphere of fellowship and sociability. This atmosphere is maintained by a traditional code of behavior, with its roots in common courtesy. Not only should the courtesy extend between opponents, but also should be extended to teammates, club officials, club members and spectators. Show up on time for the draw, help set up equipment before, and return equipment after the game.