Enter Toronto Rainbowler’s The Great Bowl-demic of 2020
Saturday, Sept. 26
Team sign-in 9:30 AM
First game 10 AM
• Three 10-end games
• $10 per person entry fee
• Both bowlers must be paid 2020 members of Toronto Rainbowlers
Book for jitneys or your own games
Jitney spaces are limited, so you must book a spot in advance. You must also book a spot for each person bowling; your booking reserves one spot only.
Book a spot for a jitney
Book a rink for four players (pairs game)
Pairs games at the club are set for a 2-hour duration.
Now that Toronto is in Stage 3 of reopening, Cosburn members can play a pairs game.
You must still maintain physical distancing on the greens—even with your bowling partners. Use two jacks (one for each lead) and don’t touch anyone else’s equipment. Bring your own pen if you want to keep score and a teatowel to use as a mat.
Book a rink for two players (singles game)
Singles games at the club are set for a 2-hour duration.
Book a practice session for one
Book a session with a club coach
How has bowling at Cosburn changed because of COVID-19?
Members must book a rink in advance. You can’t just show up to bowl, even if the club is not busy.
- Only current members who have signed the OLBA waiver may use a rink.
- No more than six players per rink.
- Members may not bring guests to the club at this time.
- No spectators.
- Bring a mask to wear in the common areas of the club.
- Booking closes a few hours before each time slot.
When you arrive at the club, you’ll have to sign a COVID-19 Declaration. (You may print your own blank declaration in advance.) You’ll find many other changes at the club, all intended to keep our members safe and healthy.
The green blocks show booked rinks. You can use the calendar to look ahead and see when the rinks will be busy.
This calendar is refreshed twice daily. If you just booked a rink, it may take up to 12 hours to appear here.
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