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Bowen Island Men’s Soccer Team Finishes in Top Three

Bowen Island Men’s Soccer Team Finishes in Top Three

For a second year, Bowen Island FC placed an open men’s team in the third division of the highly competitive Vancouver Metro Soccer League.
Soccer final goes to sudden death in the snow

Soccer final goes to sudden death in the snow

A large crowd gathered and braved what turned into a snow storm on Friday evening in order to watch the one of the closest final games to be played in the Bowen Island FC co-ed league in recent years.

Headstands and bagging groceries

The lengths Bowen gymnasts will go to, to get to Finland
Bowen riders learn dressage

Bowen riders learn dressage

On Sunday, Sept. 28 BIHORA had the first Dressage Practice Day. What is Dressage you may wonder? Dressage is an art, a sport and a method of training both horse and rider.
Runners raise $2,000 towards cancer research

Runners raise $2,000 towards cancer research

On February 1, 1981, a young man named Terry Fox realized his dream of raising $1 towards cancer research for every member of the Canadian population.
Young Bowen sailors compete at Commodore’s Cup

Young Bowen sailors compete at Commodore’s Cup

Representing the Bowen Island Yacht Club, twelve excited sailors, three enthusiastic coaches and one terrific volunteer coach set off for the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club end of summer Commodore’s Cup Regatta last weekend.
Chai Graham: Bowen’s newest black belt

Chai Graham: Bowen’s newest black belt

Chai Graham and his family are celebrating the hard-won recognition for the past six and a half years of work and dedication he’s put into learning taekwondo – on Saturday, he was awarded his black belt.

Get Back To Your Scottish Gailf Roots

As per our tag line for this year’s Bowen Island Golf Club Annual Fundraiser, we invite members of the community to “Get Back To Your Scottish Gailf (Golf) Roots”.
Run for Rwanda: results and thank yous

Run for Rwanda: results and thank yous

Bowfest day dawned bright and sunny, and there was a robust turn-out for this year’s Run for Rwanda. A record number of kids (fifty) signed up for the 1.5 km run that started at 8:30 a.m.
Golf and education go hand-in-hand

Golf and education go hand-in-hand

As the school bell is (hopefully) about to ring, I am pleased to provide this update on the Bowen Island Golf Club Junior Scholarship Program (JSP) which continues to achieve first class marks.