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Roselawn1964-feature-by Linda Stinson

Tucked away on a quiet street in the former Brooke part of Owen Sound, is the city's only lawn bowling green still in use. Several evenings a week, members of Roselawn Bowling Club gather to play a game or two of bowls. Neighbours and passers-by can hear the shouts, laughter, or groans as a great shot is made, or missed.

The game has similarities to curling, bocce ball, and alley bowling. The bowls used are not completely round but elliptical, and are weighted to give them a bias or a curving path. The object of the game is to roll the bowl as close as possible to a smaller white ball called the "jack". One bowler can play individually against another player or in teams of 2, 3 or 4. The game is played outdoors on short grass (similar grass to a putting green), with the lawn or green being divided into several rinks.

Many Owen Sounders will remember...

Cathy-Hird-ForgivenessBy Cathy Hird
Last week, the Violence Prevention Grey Bruce Committee hosted a round table discussion on preventing sexual violence in our community. This gathering of community people and professionals talked openly about a subject that we often find hard to bring to the surface.

In the gathering, I was reminded that the church has been complicit in this violence. Church leaders have been the perpetrators of sexual violence. Churches have not been good at listening to the disclosure of what men and women lived through as children and youth. Some church doctrine has effectively endorsed violence against women.

dentandt-featOn Saturday, June 20 Michael Den Tandt will present a talk on Journalism and Ethics. Michael is the former Editor of the Owen Sound Sun Times, a political columnist with the National Post and Postmedia, and his columns are syndicated in more than 40 daily newspapers across Canada, including the Sun Times.

The free event will take place at 2:00 PM at the Owen Sound and North Grey Union Public Library and will be followed by a question and answer period.

Hosted by the Grey Bruce Humanists.

janeswalk-featWalk and talk with your neighbours as you discover your city. On the weekend of June 20 and 21st, join a Jane's Walk and explore Owen Sound in a way you may never have before.

Jane's Walks are free, citizen-led walking tours that take place all over the world, inspired by celebrated urban-thinker Jane Jacobs.

On Saturday, at 2 p.m....

summer-company-featSix local full time students ages 15-29 will start and run their own business with the help of The Business Enterprise Centre – Owen Sound & Area, and the Ontario Government Program Summer Company 2015.

Kat Healey's Pasta Made Perfect creates a variety of delicious, fresh handmade pasta. You can find her Saturday's at the Owen Sound Farmer's Market, or feel free to contact her at 226 668 4597 or email [email protected]

Keiran McLay's business Kones offers a wide variety of London Ice Cream treats. Bring your whole family to try this tasty, high quality ice cream. Kones is located on Bereford Street in Wiarton, at the Farmer's market. You can contact Keiran at 519-477-0984 or [email protected]

Charlee Johnston and her business NakdBasics offers a collection of massage oils and body sprays. Made with natural ingredients, and in a variety of scents, you're to sure to find something you'll love! You can contact Charlee through ...

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