Lynnwood Bowl & Skate Celebrates 60 Years in Business with Car Show and Community Event

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Lynnwood Bowl and Skate, formally known as Lynnwood Lanes and Lynnwood Roll-A-Way, a 24 wood lane bowling alley and 13,000 square foot skating rink, celebrates 60 years of business.

The business has been well-loved throughout the years. Customers often tell the staff stories of attending as a child, and how they miss this or that from the past, but also how many memories the place brings back.

On July 16, 2016 the business will hold a community event and car show to celebrate their 60th year. 

Car show registration proceeds will benefit Lynnwood YWCA’s Pathways for Women. Activities include a car show, prizes, bouncy house, dunk tank, and face-painting. Well-known local band Humbolt Draw will be performing live as well. Cotton candy, popcorn, bbq and beer garden concessions will be available and Lynnwood Bowl and Skate will have 60¢ bowling and skating to honor their anniversary and their guests.

The business is asking that if any members of the community have any pictures of the bowling alley or skating rink from years past, and would be willing to share them, that they would email. Lynnwood Bowl and Skate is hoping to create a curated collection of their history in the community.

The 60th Anniversary event will be held at Lynnwood Bowl and Skate on July 16, 2016, located at 6210 200th St SW, Lynnwood 98036, from 9am-6pm. More details can be found on their webpage or Facebook.

Lynnwood Lanes originally opened in 1956. Two years later the Lynnwood Roll-A-Way was opened. Back then, Lynnwood Lanes and the Roll-A-Way were considered two separate businesses. Lynnwood Lanes was considered one of the top league houses in the regions.

In early 2006 two local investors (one of whom went there as a kid) bought Lynnwood Lanes and Roll-A-Way and changed the name to Lynnwood Bowl and Skate. A major renovation took place in August of 2006.


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