LAWN BOWLING AT STANLEY PARK

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This is a "Drop In" Group - First Session May 24, 2017

Join a group of active men and women who enjoy lawn bowling in a perfect summer setting. 

Who:  We use a drop-in format.  Teams are formed each Wednesday from those who are in attendance.  This allows flexibility if people are away sometimes during the summer. 

What: No previous experience is needed. Three free coaching sessions are offered to all new players.  After the third session the cost is $5. per drop-in session. 

Where:  Stanley Park Lawn Bowling Club (SPLBC) located in the park at 350- 42 nd Ave SW.

When: Wednesday 9:30 am – 12:00 noon; May 24 – September 13

          (weather permitting)

Why: the benefits of fun casual outdoor games

How:  SPLB club provides all equipment needed except for shoes.  Wear shoes with flat soles to protect the green. 

For more information and a map see the Stanley Park Lawn Bowling website:  www.calgarybowls.com

Register by emailing zinacall1@gmail.com

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