Florence's Holiday Bowl is back in business

Holiday Bowl in Florence is back in business as Lane County enters Phase 2 of the state's coronavirus reopening.

The popular local lanes will host open bowling from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily starting Friday, June 5, Holiday Bowl manager Dusty Anderson announced Thursday.

Anderson hopes to resume league play in September.

"Please call before you come as lanes are limited," Anderson said in an email announcing the reopening. "Hope to see you here."

Phone 541-997-3332. The lanes are at 1710 27th Street, on the corner of Highway 101.

Not all lanes will be open at the same time, with at least one empty lane between groups.

New pricing is $18 per hour per lane for a minimum of three bowlers and a maximum of six bowlers.

Price for bowlers 18-54 is $3.50 per game, 17 and under $3 and seniors 55 and older $3. League bowlers is $2.50.

Shoe rental is $2.


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