Tuesday, 13 July 2021


The Brampton Lawn Bowling Club is very pleased to share with you the wonderful news that we can resume lawn bowling on a limited basis due to COVID-19 restrictions on our greens starting July 19, 2021.

Bowling will take place on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm on three greens.

Note that members will not have access to the building and must enter the greens from outside at the west end by our storage room.  Unfortunately due to current COVID restrictions, washroom facilities will not be available.

For this shortened season, bowling membership will be a very affordable $30.00.  This fee will pay for insurance as required by the Ontario Lawn Bowls Association.  Your Club will be covering all other costs this season.  UPDATE:  The $2.00 fee per play referred to in the earlier posting below will no longer be applied.

To ensure everyone’s safety and wellness, strict protocols and new procedures will be in place due to COVID-19 restrictions.
For all the details, please see our interim President Patrick May’s notice below on the previous posting.

For those members who do not own their own bowls, the Club will loan each member a set of bowls for this season only on a "first come first serve" basis.  These members will sign a loan form and be responsible for returning the set at the end of the season.  Bowls will be available for loan on Thursday, July 15th and Tuesday July 20th between 4:00 to 6:00 pm.  Meet Patrick May outside on the Clubhouse patio.

To join our Club to bowl for this season, simply print and complete the Membership Application Form and the new Release of Liability Form with COVID provisions now required by OLBA as found above.  Bring these forms and your cheque for $30.00 payable to the Brampton Lawn Bowling Club to your first time of bowling.

Looking forward to welcoming everyone back to some fun bowling and good socially distanced fellowship.

Help spread the word by telling your friends and neighbours about this great opportunity to join our club.  Note that for this season due to COVID protocols, there is no free trial period.

Your Executive
Brampton Lawn Bowling Club

Saturday, 29 May 2021

National Bowls Day Saturday June 5, 2021

Bowls Canada Celebrates National Bowls Day 

Saturday June 5, 2021

Although we are not able to gather this year to celebrate at our Club, the Brampton Lawn Bowling Club wishes all lawn bowlers a very Happy National Bowls Day.  We are thinking about you and looking forward to when we can bowl together again on our greens.

For virtual celebration events during the week of May 31st, check out the Bowls Canada website.

Stay safe and healthy.

Yours in bowling,


Brampton Lawn Bowling Club

Saturday, 15 May 2021

Lawn Bowling in Brampton 2021 Season

Greetings Fellow Lawn Bowling Enthusiasts in Brampton

The Brampton Lawn Bowling Club hopes that everyone is staying safe and well as the Covid-19 pandemic continues around us during this Spring, 2021.  

Unfortunately, due to the continuing restrictions from the Government of Ontario and the City of Brampton, our Club has not been able to open to date.   The future remains uncertain at this time.

Participating in lawn bowling games along with the accompanying much enjoyed fun and friendship with fellow members is being very much missed.

Your Club Executive remains enthusiastically committed to ensuring that lawn bowling returns to our Club as soon as possible.

When games are able to resume, the Club looks forward to welcoming back all of our members along with many new members who look forward to learning to play and enjoying the great sport of lawn bowls.

Please check back here for future updates.

Until we can meet again in person,

Brampton Lawn Bowling Club Executive Committee

Friday, 18 September 2020

COVID 19 Update for Brampton Lawn Bowlers

Greetings Fellow Brampton Lawn Bowling Club Members

Hopefully this note finds you and your families safe and healthy.

As the global pandemic continues around us in Brampton, it is indeed sad that our Club was not able to open for outdoor bowling this past summer season.  As you no doubt know, the City of Brampton wisely kept recreation centres and our greens facility closed all summer due to the Covid 19 virus.  Thus, despite the Ontario Lawn Bowls Association return to play guidelines that some Clubs were able to follow, our Brampton Club was not able to participate.  

Participation in lawn bowling games along with our usual much enjoyed fun and friendship with fellow members has been deeply missed this summer.

Your Club Executive remain enthusiastically committed to ensuring that lawn bowling returns to our Club next season assuming that the pandemic is no longer with us.  

As the virus spreads again this Fall, particularly in Peel Region, your Executive is monitoring the situation to determine if it will be possible to hold indoor Short Mats games as in previous years.  It is a possibility that there could be a shortened season starting in January, 2021.  Please monitor our blog for any further developments.

While we wait until we can bowl and socialize again together, please take care.  

Until we can meet again in person,

Brampton Lawn Bowling Club Executive Committee

Monday, 15 June 2020

Excited to Congratulate Brampton Lawn Bowling Club Member Alex Graham as a 2020 Inductee into the Ontario Lawn Bowls Association Hall of Fame

Congratulations Alex Graham from your fellow lawn bowlers at the Brampton Lawn Bowling Club

The Brampton Lawn Bowling Club is delighted to celebrate your recent recognition as a 2020 Inductee of the Ontario Lawn Bowls Association's Hall of Fame, Long Term Athlete Development Category.  This honour is a much deserved award that reflects your dedication to the sport of lawn bowling at a local, provincial and national level for many years. 

Among his many accomplishments in the sport, Alex is an Honourary Life Time member of the Brampton Club and served the Club in many capacities including two years as President.  Contributing to the game for many years, Alex is a Certified Lawn Bowling Coach and a National Level Umpire.  His many successes playing the game include winning several Ontario Championships and a Canadian Silver Medal. 

Alex was also inducted into the Brampton Sports Hall of Fame in 2012.

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, and the cancellation of the in person OLBA Annual Meeting in April,  the formal presentation of the 2020 Hall of Fame Inductees has not yet been held.