Both Canowindra Services Club and Canowindra Bowling Club are celebrating welcoming back their members and guests.
During lockdown, Canowindra Services Club has been painted throughout. The kids room has been updated and the hall floor is set to be sanded and polished next week.
Tom Beath said everything is back to normal at the Club, with both staff and patrons appreciating the doors opening once again.
“Customers are very happy to be back. They have been coming in steadily to have a drink and a chit chat with mates,” Mr Beath said.
Canowindra Bowling Club is open once more with bowls back this weekend. The games draw for this weekend are:
Saturday September 25 – O’Brien Cup – P Taylor and B Rooke v H Webb and J Webb. A Wyburn and T Tuimauga v D Watt and T Hoy.
Sunday September 26 – O’Brien Cup – A Robson and T Newcombe v Mirto and B Bourke. Maddie Lees and M Lawrence v D Crowe and T Fisher.
Memberships for 2021-2022 are now due. This Friday the badge draw will be $700 and the Sunday badge draw will be $100.
COVIDsafe capacity limits still apply at both venues. All patrons are to be wearing a mask unless they are eating or drinking.
Despite lockdown restrictions meaning the Cowra Civic Centre had to close, Mountain Goat Mountain is still available until October 3. Mountain Goat Mountain is a school holiday audio theatre experience for the family to enjoy at home.
Using just a bedsheet, a mobile device or computer, pencils and a piece of paper, Mountain Goat Mountain immerses families in a 45-minute theatrical experience.