Bowling Alleys have been a great family activity for many generations. I remember growing up and hearing about high school competitive bowling leagues. Since I grew up out in the country we didn’t live as close to a bowling alley as we do now. I hate to admit that my youngest, Lil’ Red has never been bowling.
We have even signed up for Kids Bowl Free multiple years to never take advantage of the program. This was back when the closest bowling alley wasn’t enrolled in the program. Now that the closest location participates I plan to take our children bowling on rainy and hot Summer Days!
Most bowling alleys have bumpers and light weight bowling balls so children can participate easier. After we take our children bowling at Brel-Aire I will update this post with more details.
We are taking advantage of the Kids Free Bowling passes that are available from April to September each year for children and tweens!
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Glenda Cates says
I always sign Charlie up as well and last year we went multiple times and took several of his friends. Sadly this year we haven’t gone and Summer is almost over so guess what we will be doing this week if we can find the time.
We haven’t gone either. I think it’s because it used to be out of town and now our towns bowling alley does kids free bowl, lol.
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