Free bowling all summer for kids at three local alleys

Three local bowling alleys in Seminole and Orange Counties are offering free bowling to kids for the rest of the summer.

Airport Lanes, Aloma Bowl, and Boardwalk Bowl are all offering free bowling for children ages 15 and under through Friday, September 2.

The offer is valid Monday through Friday, from open to 5 p.m., and is good for two free games of bowling once per day, per registered child. There is limited lane availability, and the promotion is not valid for schools or daycares, or in combination with any other specials or promotions.

Aloma Bowl is located at 2530 Aloma Avenue in Winter Park, Airport Lanes is located at 190 E Airport Boulevard in Sanford, and Boardwalk Bowl is located at 10749 E Colonial Drive in Orlando.

During all instances, a parent or legal guardian must be present with their children.

In order to participate, parents must complete a registration for their child beforehand. Visit the Airport Lanes Free Bowling for Kids webpage to register

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