Vancouver Lawn Bowling Club



Come to enjoy our first day of the 2017 season!

Saturday, April 29th, starting at 1:00 pm.

Click on the poster to the left, under Events, to see it in full size – print it out for others to see.

New Season – New Tournaments

Exciting news for members and bowlers from other clubs regarding our two main tournaments. They will be realigned as three-person team events, making it easier to find participants. Elmer has written a story about that is in the NEWS menu item.

The 2017 Board is:
President – Wesley
Vice President – Stephen
Secretary – Darlene
Treasurer – Amy
Directors: Albert, Kent, Johnathan, Dave M., Aki, Lynn, Dave F., Pak.

Renting For Your Group

Please check out this page for rentals for the 2017 season: Rentals

About Us

The VLBC is the oldest lawn bowling club in Vancouver, being established in 1912.  We have a very well maintained Green and a comfortable clubhouse which are well utilized by our membership and by visitors. VLBC members are proud to say that we have a reputation as being one of the friendliest clubs in the Vancouver area. Drop-ins are welcome from the end of April to September on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays from 1:30 pm, and Wednesdays from 10:30 am.

The drop-in fee of $10 includes the use of Club bowls.  Please wear clean, flat-soled shoes.

We host 2 major tournaments during the year: the Andrew Dardano Memorial Triples for men and the Tournament of Roses Triples for women. Please see the Calendar for dates.

Contact Us

For general information, email Darlene

Friendly Competition

At the VLBC we draw for teams during regular play, making sure that the opposing teams have complementary levels of experience. This way you get to play with and against most of the other members during the season.

Membership Fee

A full season membership is only $190.  For new members, we offer a first trial month fee of $35.  We have club bowls that are free during the trial membership, after which you may choose to continue using club bowls for a full season cost of $25, along with the pro-rata membership fee.