Bowling Event at Shindig a Strike for Participants

Bowling Appreciation Day

By WVUA 23 Digital Reporter Seamus DeLuc

Tuscaloosa — One local business celebrated another successful weekend of safe and socially distant fun here in Tuscaloosa with Youth Bowling Appreciation Day.

Shindig Family Entertainment Center hosted the event offering children two free bowling games Saturday, and lanes were spaced out so participants could properly social distance.

Shindig General Manager Tomi Vaughn said getting children interested in bowling is a great way to get them out of the house — and maybe even get them some money for college.

The entertainment center is hosting adults and children’s bowling leagues beginning in September. Children’s leagues include ages 4 to 6, ages 7 to 12 and teens 13 and older.

“It’s about scholarship money at the end of the season for (the children’s league),” Vaughn said. “That’s money that can be used for eight years after they turn 18.”

Along with bowling, Shindig offers glow in the dark mini-golf, laser tag, an arcade, axe throwing and other amenities.

If you’re interested in signing up for one of Shindig’s bowling leagues, click right here.

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