Penticton Lawn Bowling Club

News and Notes

New bowlers of all ages are always welcome. Please see the New Bowlers page for information on lawn bowling and how to find out more on the sport.  

Looking for a Summer Program for the kids?  Sign them up for the PLBC Bowl Bash. Details are  HERE

Entry forms for the Bonney Cup are now available HERE.

We have a new easy way to raise funds for PLBC by donating your refundable deposits at Return-It to PLBC! Please see:  Fund Raising Page 

Congratulations to the Pairs Winners:

1st Larry and Maggie

2nd Bev B and Ron D


3rd Robert and Thea


Detailed results are  HERE

Pippa is initiating a Schools Program initiative. Our first ever school children  from Holy Cross came by and tried out and tried out the greens.  They all had so much fun and Kevin did an amazing job showing 15 exuberant students  the joys of bowling those bowls down the green.  We ended the afternoon with a spider which they all loved.  We have Pen High in Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.  Photos HERE.


Robert, Gary and their Elves did a fantastic job of installing the shelters.  This was funded by New Horizons for Seniors, who have now contributed $50,000 over two years. Photos of the completed project are HERE. Thank you to all those who helped and to the Kitchen Elves for feeding everyone so well.


A photo collage of the Annual Spring Meeting is now in the Gallery HERE,  thanks Victor.

You can now renew your membership online.  The forms are HERE. You can also pay by eTransfer using  

History of the Clubhouse

Penticton Lakeview Lawn Bowling Club was formed in 1927 and first played on the grounds on the old Incola Hotel on Lakeshore Drive. In the Spring time of 1928 there was flooding in that area and greens were washed out completely. In 1929 with permission from the council at that time a new green was setup on Brunswick Street and this is where it remains today. Ladies were introduced to the club in 1930 plus a clubhouse improvement in 1949-1950. The Clubhouse as it now stands was remodelled in 1999-2001. This was due mainly to the Late Harry Bonney and Club Members at this time, many of whom offered their own funds. So in 93 Years we have gone from a wooden shack to the great clubhouse we have today with the support of our club members. In February 2020 we deleted the word "Lakeview" from our title. We are now Penticton Lawn Bowling Club. Some old and interesting photographs are on display in the clubhouse at 260 Brunswick Street, Penticton.

Old Pictures of the Clubhouse

Incola Hotel circa 1920's

First game at The Incola

Clubhouse remodel 1949-1950

Opening June 5, 1950