Love the crash of knocking down pins, but not the questionable fashion of rental shoes?
Try glow-in-the-dark nighttime bowling at home.
It’s bowling with a little something extra that is sure to get your kids so excited they’ll jump off the couch, turn off the TV and play—no silly shoes required!
In this article I’ll show you all you need to create this indoor adventure.
Bowling has been entertaining families for thousands of years. Some researchers have traced the history of bowling back as far as 3200 BC.
Granted, the sport has changed a bit since ancient Egypt. But it has continued to grow in popularity and is now enjoyed by some 95 million people in 90 countries.