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Tomball Bowl - Old Fashioned Fun!
Written by Jenni Fisher   
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The summer is winding down, but the hot weather isn't!  We're always looking for free, cool summer activities around our house, and I think we found our favorite thing to do this summer!  
 
I was so happy to stumble across the "Kids Bowl Free" program sponsored by Tomball Bowl before school even let out, I knew it would be that "go-to" activity when the pool and splashpads were old news.  
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Tomball Bowl is what I would call an "old-fashioned" bowling alley.  Prices are in-line with my 1990s expectations, there's a great little snack bar with popcorn,nachos and pizza, a game room where video games are 50 cents and even a juke box!  If you use your Kids Bowl Free pass, shoe rental is extra for only $3.25. Without the summer passes, games are still less than $5/person on weekdays and on Sunday and Tuesday only $2.25. You really can't beat that!

When we went with friends a couple of weeks ago, we stopped for lunch at an awesome little spot just in front of the bowling alley called Frey's Backyard Cafe. It's a cute little spot with counter ordering and a great outside seating area and a large turf, fenced-in area in the back for the kids to run around and play.  Our friends were very pleased that they had gluten-free options and we were even happier to have time to sit in chat in peace while the kids played soccer happily within eye, but not ear range!
  
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Kids Bowl Free is still available until August 31 here:  www.kidsbowlfree.com/center.php?alley_id=6234.
 
Tomball Bowl is located at 14435 FM 2920.  To see their hours and specials, visit: http://tomballbowl.com/.
 
Frey's Backyard Cafe is located at 14441 FM 2920 just in front of the bowling alley.  See their hours and menu at:  http://freysbackyard.com/.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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