Thank You VicHealth!

Female Participation – Be it Girls on The Green, Bowling With Babies, Try Bowls, Barefoot Bowls or Community Bowls we now have small bowls that can be safely utilised. It’s all about FUN!  Why not give it a go?

Our Junior Development Program kicks off February 2019  for students interested in being coached to play lawn bowls.  Free coaching and membership on offer.  Ideally suited to students/parents preferring non-contact sports.  Bowls is played locally and also at state, national, international and the  Commonwealth Games! 

Bowls can be played by all ages, abilities and cultures.

Enquires via the Club on 9741 3229 or by calling our Community Bowls Co-Ordinator on 0434 005 282. 

FREE – Seniors Try Bowls, Lunch & Concert 19/10/18

Seniors Festival – Poster – Werribee Bowls Club 2018

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UPDATE 8/10/18 – Limited spaces filling fast.  Bookings essential to assist with catering and logistics.  Will be a fab day.  Please call Club ASAP to book your spot!

This year we will once again celebrate Seniors Month with a Community Try Bowls, Lunch & Concert on Friday 19th October between 1030-2.30pm.

The day will kick off on arrival with morning tea, followed by a Try Bowls session out on the greens where we will have members available to introduce you to the low impact, non contact  game of bowls, light lunch and a multicultural concert.

Our guest performers are the Wyndham Happy Life Group who delighted us last year with song, dance and Tai Chi performances and the Yangtze Choir .   There may even be a surprise performance!

Flat shoes or bare feet essential for bowlers.

Thanks to Wyndham City Council for providing a grant to cover the costs and so enable as many as possible to share this special day.

Limited places.  Please book early via the club on 9741 3229 so you don’t miss out.  Should you require any additional info please contact Rhonda on 0434 005 282.

Wyndham Learning Festival – Try Bowls – 1-3pm 6 Sept.

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This years Wyndham Learning Festival is a great way to try new activities/learn a new skill and there are so many to choose from.  Lawn bowls is just one of the many options available.  Bowls is a low impact, low-cost, non-contact activity played in the pleasant, social environment of our club and can be played individually, in groups or teams either socially or competitively.  Bowls is suitable for all ages, cultures and abilities and is a great way to make new friends both on and off the green.

If you have some time on your hands and wondering what to do with yourself, come on down to “The Hive” and join us.  New bowlers are always welcome @ The Hive.

Bowls, equipment and tuition provided.  All we need is YOU in flat soled shoes or bare feet.   AND after your bowls have a Devonshire afternoon tea on us.

To book call the club on 9741 3229 or should you require any further information call Rhonda on 0434 005 282.

Check out the link – https://www.wynlearnfestival.org.au/events-calendar/community-try-bowls-devonshire-tea/

 

Pie Night – Barrie Lester Visit 26/9/18

Presentation bowls night 2018

It’s a date.  Lock it in Eddie.  Keep the evening free to come along and hear our Aussie Star Barrie Lester share his tips and stories on his bowling life.  All welcome.  New bowlers are most welcome.  And of course, current bowlers may even learn a trick or two from Barrie!

For logistics, please book via the club on 9741 3229 after 1000 daily.

Turkey Triples – Time Change 27/6/18

Time for change clockPlease note that effective next Wednesday 27th June 2018, Turkey Triples will revert to commencing at 1100 to align with Saturday social bowls to avoid confusion.  It would be much appreciated if you could please share this information with fellow bowlers who may not have access to TeamApp.

New bowlers and bowlers from other clubs most welcome. Phone the club on 9741 3229 or put your name on the board by 1000 Wednesday mornings to get a game.

Looking forward to seeing you next Wednesday. Don’t forget your sunscreen!

Much appreciated.
Peter Hoskin