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Stayner Lawn Bowling Facility

 
Established in 1924, the Club is managed and maintained by a dedicated group of volunteer bowlers. It is a beautiful facility located just off Hwy 26 at 205 Ontario Street in Stayner.  It is equipped with a kitchen, washroom facilities and indoor/outdoor seating.  The facility can accommodate up to 8 greens.  Open to all ages with programmes for all levels of bowlers.
 
Open Bowling - Monday and Thursday evenings at 7pm.
In-house and competitive tournaments are also organized throughout the season.
 
Membership is $50 forthe 1st year  Required attire: flat shoes 
 
 
Location:  205 Ontario Street, Stayner, ON 
Contact:  Helen Elder
Phone Number: (705) 424-9996
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Did you know?
One of the best things about Lawn Bowling is that it doesn't require a lot of expensive equipment. A pair of flat-soled shoes and you're on your way!
 
What's Lawn Bowling all about?
Lawn Bowling, or simply Bowls, is played on a large smooth grass surface called a "green". Equipment includes your bowls, which are hard, weighted balls that do not travel in a straight line no matter how hard you try otherwise; another small, white, smooth ball called a "jack"; and a mat from which you bowl.
 
The object of Bowls, as in Bocce or curling, is to get your bowls closer to the jack than your opponent.
 
Information collected form Bowls Canada How to Guide for Beginning Bowlers available at www.bowlscanada.com

Bowling alleys

In addition to Lawn Bowling, Clearview boasts two bowling alleys with their own leagues.

Nottawasaga Community Hall Lanes
2 lanes available

Location: 9025 County Rd 91, Duntroon
League contact: Bruce McInnes (70)  444-6854 ; To book the bowling alley for a party call (705) 445-9550



Avening Community Centre Lanes
2 lanes available

Location: 3401 County Rd 42, Avening
League contact: Orneva Pardy (705) 466-2433 ; To book the bowling alley for a party call (705) 466-2539