Join the MOH team for a fun afternoon of lawn bowls and a BBQ at the City of Melbourne Bowls Club, Flagstaff Gardens, on Sunday 5 February from 12-4pm and support the growth of Melbourne Open House. Entry is $20 per person and $50 for families (2 Adults & 2 Kids), which includes a BBQ, […]
January 25th, 2012
Join the MOH team for a fun afternoon of lawn bowls and a BBQ at the City of Melbourne Bowls Club, Flagstaff Gardens, on Sunday 5 February from 12-4pm and support the growth of Melbourne Open House.
Entry is $20 per person and $50 for families (2 Adults & 2 Kids), which includes a BBQ, bowls, fun kids activities and a raffle with great prizes. Drinks are at bar prices.
MOH is a not-for-profit organisation and your support will contribute to its growth and sustainability. Tickets on the day are cash only.
Come from 12pm and make sure to bring your hat, flat sole shoes or bowl barefoot!
To help cater for numbers, RSVP via email with the number of people in your group.
Melbourne Open House
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