NEW MEMBERS BULLETIN!
"Orientation Day" was Sunday, April 23rd 2017. BUT It's not too late to join! Lessons begin on May 1st for new bowlers. (See Schedule Page for details) Anyone interested in finding more information about the club or wishing to fill out a membership form, should contact our Membership Director, Pat Skinner
Established in 1923, it's one of the oldest sports clubs on the North Shore, and one of the largest lawnbowling clubs in Canada.
NVLBC is a socially minded organization that is run exclusively by volunteers.
Lawn Bowling is a fun activity for people of all ages and we are always accepting new members.
We have 16 coaches and dedicate Tuesday "Pony Night" evenings to teach new members the basic fundamentals of the sport, introduce them to other new members in a social setting and encourage everyone to join in club events and activities.
We have a Junior program for pre-teens two nights a week that's been running for over 20 years.
The club is a great place to meet new people and make new friends. There are numerous social activities at North Van for members to meet and mingle during the season like dinners, barbecues, various game nights and parties.
During the winter months, the NVLBC Bridge Club members organize and host games offsite, while the Clubhouse on Lonsdale hosts Drop-in Darts Wednesday afternoon and Friday evenings, Drop-in Cribbage on Monday evenings.
Recently, Cary Manns a NVLBC member, has been selected to bowl on the Canadian Team and bowls internationally for Canada. Cary along with Clement Law won the Gold Medal in fours at the Canadian Championships. Members, Malcolm and Marie Taylor Also won Gold at the National Championship and Jenny Siu won a Gold as a member of the Ladies Four's team and competed at the National Championships. As you can see NVLBC is a very diverse sports club and the members bowl at all levels.