Redstone Lanes is hoping to strike a chord with military, retired and civilian families while creating a fun atmosphere for all ages with Manic Mondays, a new weekly promotion.

Bob Ujvari, business manager of Redstone Lanes, said Manic Mondays will “offer a great value to our military and civilian community,” and be “a great way to stop in and beat the heat this summer.”

Starting on Monday, May 3, and running through the end of July, Manic Mondays will feature a $5 admission price per bowler, plus 25 cents per game, for a maximum of 10 games.

“This will support more families to come out and enjoy the special,” Ujvari said, adding that shoe rental fee for Manic Mondays is an additional $2 per person.

“If one bowler pays for the maximum 10 games without shoes, it will cost $7.50 during Manic Mondays,” he said. “Here on a normal day, that same person would pay $35.”

During Manic Mondays, the Strike Zone, the facility’s snack bar, will also offer two specials: a hot dog, chips and a drink for $3, or two BBQ Sliders, chips and a drink for $4, or patrons can order from an extensive full menu. 

Manic Monday hours will be from 3 to 9 p.m. The promotion is open to bowlers of all ages. Children ages 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Redstone Lanes is closed on federal holidays.

Anyone with gate access is eligible to use Redstone Lanes. Civilians can also acquire a recreation badge from the Visitor Center near Gate 9.

Located at 3424 Hercules Road, Redstone Lanes offers 32 bowling lanes and a four-lane private party room that’s available for rent. For more information, call 876-6634.

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