Lawn bowl indoors

Outdoor season wrapping up for local lawn bowling clubs

The arrival of fall marks the start of the indoor season at QBLBC.

The outdoor season for the Qualicum Beach Lawn Bowling Club is drawing to a close, which means the players are turning their attention turns to indoor bowling which will start Oct 7.

“We have leagues going mornings, afternoons and evenings,” says QBLBC’s Jane Nielsen, adding “there is something for everyone with singles, pairs, and triples, and this year we are trying some new fun draws and a wine and cheese evening with open bowling to follow.”

The club she points out will also be hosting tournaments throughout the winter which are open to all members.

“Coaching is provided and we have coaches and practice times set aside for new bowlers.”

For more information about getting in on the action at QBLBC call Helen at 250-738-0820.

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