2015 Kids Bowl Free Summer Program

by Marcy on April 16, 2015 · 0 comments

2015 Kids Bowl Free

My girls are both done with school in the next 5 weeks, and I have been mapping out our summer when I have a few spare moments. We have lots of unstructured time during the summer, but I also like to have things to do. I do it not only for my own sanity, but for my girls as well. Really. ;-)

I typically enroll both of my girls in at least one or two weeks of summer camp each year, but I’m always trying to balance camps and classes that cost money with some of the great, FREE summer activities that are available.

When the steamy days of July roll around, I’ll be happy that I signed up for the Kids Bowl Free program. We have signed up for this program the last 2 years at Marysville Lanes (for Central Ohioans), and my girls always have a blast. It’s a nice break from the heat as well!

I just received an email that the Kids Bowl Free program is open for Marysville Lanes for 2015, so be sure to check out KidsBowlFree.com to see if this program is open in your local area. If it isn’t, programs should be opening up soon.

The 2015 Kids Bowl Free “season” runs from June 3 – September 5 (at least in my area), and our times to bowl are Wednesday – Saturday from 1-8 or 8:30 PM. This schedule will vary by location.

Here are more details:

Bowling centers across the country are offering the Kids Bowl Free program again this summer. Register for the Kids Bowl Free program here and your child can bowl 2 games for free starting in June and running through September. (dates vary by location)

You will have pay for shoe rental, although some bowling centers offer an unlimited shoe rental pass for purchase as well. Maximum age for children can vary so check out your local bowling center for all of the details.

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Find more great FREE and inexpensive summer activities for kids here.

This list will be updated as information on events and programs becomes available.


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