The Lake Cathie Bowling Club will be a hive of activity throughout this spring and into the summer.
As well as the usual merriment, there is a host of special events planned, with something for everyone to enjoy.
For every occasion
The Waterview Restaurant is now under new management.
The good news is, new chef Teresa Kirkwood is now bringing some new taste sensations to the club.
She has over 35-years of experience both in the Gold Coast but has been working locally in Lake Cathie for the last 12 years.
Teresa specialises in Italian cooking, so from here on in, every Wednesday night will be pizza and pasta night.
It’s sure to be “molto bene.”
From Monday through to Wednesday everyone can enjoy $9.90 lunches.
Lunch is served from 12.00 - 2.00pm and dinner is from 6.00pm.
So for delicious food that won’t break the bank, head to the restaurant for a tasty meal and enjoy the views.
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The club welcomes a new secretary, so there will be changes aplenty in the coming months. To keep updated just visit www.lakecathiebowlingclub.com.au.
Get ready to rock
There’s a rock and roll night planned for November. It’s just $25 per person and this includes nibbles. The entertaining John Curtain is all lined up to perform.
Time to get giddy
Melbourne Cup Day is just around the corner, so be sure to book your table now to avoid later disappointment.
There will be a fashion parade, a sweep and the TAB will be open from 8.00am.
Catch of the day
Fishing is a very popular local and tourist activity. The Lake Cathie Fishing Club holds regular outings and competitions followed by weigh-ins at the Club.
Now the nights are getting warmer get the weekend off to a great start with some barefoot bowls. Enjoy the convivial atmosphere every Friday from 2pm. At the end of the night, the courtesy bus can take you home.
Ready to party?
Planning to host a special event? Why not consider the beautifully appointed Seaview Function Room.
It caters for all events from weddings, birthday parties, engagements as well as corporate functions.
Here are some of the best greens and facilities on the Mid North Coast.
The club is very friendly and everyone is welcomed and encouraged.
New members are invited to learn, practice and enter into Club competitions which are held regularly during the week and on weekends.
There is also a golf social club. So if you are new to the area just come along. It is a great way to keep fit and make new friends.