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Members click the link above to register online for NVLBC Tournaments 

Upcoming Schedule of Events @ NVLBC 



Members are encouraged to view the NVLBC website, calendar of events, to see if there is a green closure announcement.  


In addition to the website, two signs, stating “CLOSED” will be placed on the greens.


Where prolonged periods of snow, ice or freezing conditions exist, a closure notice on the NVLBC website, calendar of events will state, “CLOSED UNTIL FUTHER NOTICE.” 


CLOSED signs will also be placed on the greens as the grounds will be partially or fully covered with snow, ice or freezing conditions.


If there is no NVLBC website notice for the day, but it remains cold, there must be no bowling before 1:00 pm. This time allows the air temperature to rise and thaw the greens and walkways.



In an event where there is no closure announcement or no closed signage placed on the greens, care should still be taken as the greens and walkways may be slippery. When this occurs, we ask that you not bowl under these conditions, but await for the temperature to rise and thaw the greens and walkways.  


Remember safety is everyone’s business

Winter Schedule - Social

Events held at NVLBC Clubhouse.

Please have your tag in at least 15mins prior to start.

Drop in Crib - Monday 7:00 pm 

Drop in Poker - Tuesday 7:00 pm

Drop in Darts - Wednesday 1:00 pm

Drop in Bridge - Thursday 1:00 pm 

Partner not required.

Drop in Darts - Friday 7:00 pm (New Time!)

Winter Schedule - Bowls

Please have your tag in at least 15mins prior to start.

Sunday, 1:00 pm draw

Monday Spider 1:00 pm draw

Tuesday, 1:00 pm draw

Thursday 1:00 pm draw 

Interested in joining us for the 2024 season?

Check out the Registration page for details.

A membership for the Winter Season Starts October 1st, to April 30th 2024.

Click here to see the world bowls report of our artificial greens finished in 2021

The North Vancouver Lawn Bowling Club acknowledges that it is situated on the unceded traditional territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

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