Whether you’re good or bad, bowling is a lot of fun. But let’s face it, getting more points means having a better time. Here are some ways you can get closer to that perfect 300 score.
Bowling is a fun, competitive activity. It is great for a first date, group activity or party. There are actually a lot more reasons why you should go bowling more often. Here are our top ones.
Bowling has been deeply woven into the Western cultural fabric for decades. Perhaps there’s something about the combination of skill and chance that makes success in the lanes connect with how we see our own potential as people.
Exercise, regardless of which gym you go to or which class you take, can sometimes get a little predictable. When exercise starts to get stale, it loses its appeal, and then you start to lose interest.
Bowling has been around for a long time but just how long? Well, according to the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame, a British anthropologist found evidence of items related to bowling in a grave in Egypt.
Planning any party can be a huge headache if you aren’t prepared. It can be a big undertaking and cause a lot of stress. What can you do to make the process less painful?
A fundraising event is an exciting way to gather supporters and inspire them to raise money for a cause they care about.
Are you having or organising a corporate event? Do you need some help locating a place and finalising details? There are a lot of important things to remember when planning a corporate night out. Here are some things to keep in mind.
As a kid, most everyone who bowled had a love/hate relationship with bowling. There was nothing sweeter in the universe than bowling that perfect strike—and there was no lower point in your existence than throwing that perfectly imperfect gutter ball.
As a mom, you may be considering the best way to throw a birthday party. Many moms opt to use a play centre as their venue of choice.