50 Dalton St, Boston, MA
Get ready to have some fun and meet new people! I have arranged for our group to get two FREE hours of bowling, including shoe rentals, on Friday, August 9th. Kings is an awesome place to kick back, meet new people and enjoy a little competitive bowling. Please sign up quick, as the event WILL have a limit.
Can't wait to see everyone there!
This event is FREE, but I am asking for a $5 donation for the Boys & Girls Club of Salem. ALL donations will go directly to the club to benefit hundreds of school age children in the greater Salem area.
The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem is the second oldest club in America and has been fulfilling the same mission for over 140 years: to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Today, the Club serves over 1,200 members in Salem and Peabody, ages 8-18, with an average daily attendance of 150+ youth. The membership dues for the Club's drop-in program are just $10 per school year, including a wide range of programs such as homework help, dance, athletics, nature studies, leadership activities and career and college planning. All programs are mentored by professional staff and support the goals of the Salem school district.
Kings Boston is a 24,000-square-foot entertainment facility featuring 16 ten-pin bowling lanes, three premium bars and a full-service restaurant, and the private Royal Room featuring 6 Brunswick Gold Crown Tables, 4 retro oak SKEE BALL tables, and a regulation shuffleboard table. Our bars offer classic, yet innovative cocktails, while our restaurant serves an impressive array of American favorites and delicious comfort food.
The venue accommodates 500 guests and features 30+ big-screen, high-definition televisions and projector screens with audio system, making it the perfect place to catch all the local and national sports action. With its retro-inspired vibe and state-of-the-art equipment, Kings offers a modern option for those seeking a hotspot that hearkens back to an era when good times ruled. That era is back at Kings!
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