An Evening of Entertainment at the Bowls Club

A few of the locals who attend the club each week to discover the basics of bowls through the GOLD Program

Gaythorne Bowls Club is back to business as much as normal in these COVID-19 times. 

Earlier this year, for approximately four months, the Gaythorne Bowls Club was closed – just like many other sporting clubs and businesses in the Mitchelton area. However, the club is now able to operate safely with a COVID-19 plan in place.

Feedback was received from the local community in September – at the club’s big night of entertainment in association with the Brisfest Festival – that suggested that the Bowls Club should hold more community activity nights for the general public. Parents mentioned that many residents are looking for places that are child-friendly and where they can have fun sharing an activity with their children and friends. With this in mind, the Gaythorne Bowls Club is delighted to introduce an ‘Activity Night’ on the evening of Friday 13th November. There will be free live entertainment, barefoot bowls, street food and the clubs new caterer will be introduced. The whole community is welcomed so pop down, relax and unwind after a another long working week!

The cool Tuesday evenings in October have also been enjoyed by a small group of locals who attend the club each week to discover the basics of bowls and have some healthy outdoor fun and exercise. These free ‘Come and Try’ sessions are part of the Brisbane City Council’s GOLD program. Although the sessions are primarily aimed at persons in the 50 + age group, anyone below that age is also welcome to come and join in. Future free GOLD Program sessions will be held in March and April next year. For further information closer to those times, check the club’s website at www.gaythornebowlsclub.com

or visit their Facbook page at www.facebook.com/gaythournebowlsclub

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