Oakleigh Bowling Club – Try Bowls Nights July 9th and August 20th 2021. 5pm till 7pm

Oakleigh Bowling Club try bowls nights will be held on Friday the 9th July and Friday 20th August, 2021.

A great opportunity to come along and try bowls at a fun and friendly local club.

Free barefoot bowls

Bowls and tuition provided

Drinks at bar prices

Sausage sizzle available.

Hope to see you and your friends there.

New Exhibition – History Monash

Oakleigh Bowling Club members attended the opening of the latest exhibition of History Monash recently. It was a wonderful way to continue to support our local community and as you can see it was greatly appreciated by the letter received from the President.

The Secretary,
Oakleigh Bowling Club

Dear Heather

On behalf of History Monash, we extend many thanks to you and the OBC members who attended our exhibition launch on Thursday. It not only added to numbers, but to its vibrancy. And it was terrific of you all to come at short notice.

Your offer to add our website details to your own is also welcome.
Our website link is: http://www.historymonash.org.au

Again our thanks for your kindness and we’d love to see your members at our exhibition.

Applications to become a member is available via our website above.

With Warm Regards

Helen Gobbi
President, History Monash Inc

http://www.historymonash.org.au

Annexe Arts presents Bahn Tre – Sunday Sessions at Oakleigh Bowling Club

An afternoon of Celtic Music and dance at the Oakleigh Bowling Club is coming up on 4 July.

Bhan Tre joined by brilliant fiddle player Kat Mear will deliver enchanting traditional Celtic songs & tunes presenting sublime harmonies, beautiful songwriting and a contagious sense of fun and enjoyment.

This is a community friendly event.

Annex Arts presents Sunday Sessions at Oakleigh Bowling Club

The first event took place last Sunday and an amazing crowd were treated to a great afternoon of music.

Finn Donovan and his mate Will kicked off the proceedings as the support act and played a mix of covers and original songs. Wonderful to see local artists having the opportunity to play in front of a very enthusiastic and appreciative crowd.

The crowd erupted when Slim Whittle and his band Country Killed took to that stage and thoroughly entertained them with music, jokes, and stories. In a set that went over an hour, the crowd were reminded of what an incredible talent Slim and his band are.

The crowd demanded an encore and were not disappointed.

A terrific start to the Annexe Arts events – stay tuned for the next one which will be held in July. More details to follow.