Bowling is one of those sports that you don't have to be good at to have a super fun time. It's even more fun when it's free.

 The awesome Kids Bowl Free program is back, offering registered kids  TWO FREE GAMES OF BOWLING on select days all summer long.

Here's the scoop:

  • This fantastic program is designed to give back to the community and provide a safe and fun way for kids to spend their summer days.
  • Over 1,500 bowling centers across the globe participate, and several locations in Indiana and Kentucky are ready to roll with your crew!

Participating Bowling Alleys:

  • Newburgh, IN: Showplace Family Entertainment Center – (812) 853-9114
  • Owensboro, KY:
    • Diamond Lanes Midtown – (270) 684-3020
    • Diamond Lanes South – (270) 685-2695
  • Henderson, KY: Diamond Lanes Echo – (270) 212-1697

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How to score your FREE bowling fun:

  1. Find a participating center: Check out the list above or head over to the Kids Bowl Free website to see all participating locations! []
  2. Register your kids: It's quick and easy! Just follow the instructions on the website. Age limits may vary by location, so be sure to check the details during registration.
  3. Lace up your shoes: Bowling shoes are required, but don't worry, you can rent them.
  4. Get ready to strike! Enjoy those free games and create some unforgettable summer memories with your crew.

Bring the Fam:

There is an option to purchase a family pass which allows you to get 2 Games free for up to 4 adults during the Kids Bowl Free hours.

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Here are some extra pointers to keep in mind:

  • These free games are not valid for group outings or birthday parties.
  • If you're planning a family bowling extravaganza, you can purchase a Family Pass to bowl alongside your free-bowling kiddo.
  • Be sure to check the participating center's website or call ahead for specific hours and availability during Kids Bowl Free times.
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