Bowling tourneys, league starting at Romano’s

A member of the Paul Smith’s College bowling team is seen in action during a match against Casleton State on Feb. 19, 2018, on the Bobcats’ home alley at Romano’s Saranac Lanes in Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)

SARANAC LAKE — The bowling league and tournament season at Romano’s Saranac Lanes is just around the corner.

Two tournaments and one league at the alley in Saranac Lake are scheduled to start next week, and a youth summer pass program will also be beginning soon.

The tournaments take place each week and are the King of the Hill and the Highroller Summer Challenge. The King of the Hill is a Monday night event starting on May 10 and the Highroller competition takes place each Wednesday beginning on May 12. Start times for both are 7 p.m. and the cost for each session is $20. Prizes are awarded each week and bowlers are welcome to attend one or all sessions.

Romano’s Thursday 9-pin tap bowling format league kicks off on May 13 and runs for 12 weeks through July 29. It will consist of three-person teams and costs $10 per person per week.

Starting June 1, the Kids Bowl Free program kicks off at Romano’s and will provide youngsters the opportunity to receive two free games of bowling each day throughout the summer. Parents can register their children by visiting www.KidsBowlFree.com.

Registered participants will receive the free bowling passes each week by email.

For more information about tournaments, leagues and the kids bowl free program, call Romano’s Saranac Lanes at 518 891-8301.


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