As a child, one of my favorite family activities was bowling. My brother was even in a bowling league, which I thought was kind of dorky at the time. He took it seriously, and I didn't, yet I would often get lucky. Still, he always won.
This summer bowling alleys across the country will offer the "Kids Bowl Free" program, allowing children to play 2 free games of bowling per day for the entire summer. In addition, you can purchase a family pass, which would allow up to four adults to take advantage of two free games per day, with a one-time fee of $23.95.
The program is described as being "designed by bowling centers to give back to the community and provide a safe, secure, and fun way for kids to spend time this summer." To sign up, visit www.kidsbowlfree.com. Click your state for a list of locations in your area. Participating locations are limited, but still widespread throughout the U.S., and you might be lucky enough to find one near you.
For the complete list of bowling alleys to select from, who are part of the Kids Bowl Free program, click HERE >>