Monday – Bumpers & Youth League @ 6:00 pm –Ages 3 – 18 Tuesdays – Tuesday Jr. House Men’s League (4 Man Teams) Wednesday – R & M Men’s (5 Man Teams) Thursday –
Posted: 3/16/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I hate to say, but it is highly unlikely that I will return to this bowling alley. We went there on a Saturday night at 10pm looking for some open bowling. There were already several groups waiting for opening bowling, so we put our name on a list and sat at the bar looking at all of the empty lanes. After ten minutes the woman up front slowly called people up one at a time to claim their lanes. Thankfully we weren't far down the list and twenty five minutes later we had a lane. When we got there someone's things were all over our lane and when we sat down one man was brazen enough to declare that he was sitting at that table. We politely informed him that we were paying to rent this lane and he backed down, leaving his jacket and his friends jackets in our way. After another polite exchange he moved them. At some point in the game we had to go up front and ask the woman behind the desk to speak to the people horsing around in the empty lane next to us (play fighting, yelling, etc.), she asked them to stop and they did temporarily but were back at it as soon as she walked away. Further down the lanes a young boy was running down the actual lane on the bumpers to chase a ball. All in all, the bowling alley employees had no control over what was happening here and the experience was horrible. We even advised some potential customers in the parking lot of the situation in hopes of deterring them from ruining their evening as well.