Lawn bowling is popular in most English-speaking countries. A three-pound bowl with a built-in bias is rolled 80-100 feet on grass to its target. The game is competitive, social, and provides physical exercise. You’ll learn the rules of lawn bowling and how to use the equipment, with lots of hands-on practice. Equipment will be provided by the Asheville Lawn Bowling Club. The first class will be at the Reuter Center; subsequent classes will be at Carrier Park (Amboy Road and Michigan Avenue in West Asheville).
Stan Glickman (firstname.lastname@example.org) retired to Asheville after surviving more than thirty years with the postal service. He has been lawn bowling for seven years and has played in state and local tournaments.