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Fall/Winter Session 2023

Youth Bowl

Who can participate?

Kids and teens between the ages of 6 - 18 (recommended)

Beginner and skilled bowlers welcome


Registration/On-Lane Instruction

Saturday September 9, 2023 from 9am-11am

On-lane instruction available

Come in and register and bowl two free games. Bring a friend and they also receive two free games that morning. Those bowlers who come in to register on September 9th will be entered into a drawing for a Raising Cane's gift basket.


Canes Sponsor

Bowling Session

Saturday Mornings at 9am

September 9, 2023 (registration/on-lane instruction event)

September 16, 2023

September 23, 2023

September 30, 2023

October 7, 2023

October 14, 2023

October 21, 2023

October 28, 2023

November 4, 2023

November 11, 2023

November 18, 2023

No Bowling November 25, 2023 (Thanksgiving)

December 2, 2023

December 9, 2023

December 16, 2023


$200 for the Fall session and includes a pizza party & sanctioning fee for those not already sanctioned.

Payment due September 16, 2023


Teams of 3

Your membership includes

United States Bowling Congress Instructors

12 weeks of competitive bowling using handicap system that evens the playing field

1 year access to the National Bowling Academy website for $4.95 ($59 value)

Weekly achievement awards sponsored by Raising Cane's Apple Valley


Strike with colored head pin for free games

Ball, bag, and shoe package specials through CC Strikers Pro Shop

Coaching from dedicated instructors


Discounted open bowling

Eligible to bowl in local, state and national scholarship tournaments as all bowlers will be sanctioned through USBC


Sign up by clicking the button below or by emailing us at Please include the following information in your email:

  • Child's name & age

  • Parents name

  • If its the first year in the Youth Bowl Crew or are a returning participant?

  • Buddy Requests (if applicable)


Everyone is welcome:

Kids and  teens of all skill levels are welcome. Our Youth Bowling Crew has a handicapped system in place that allows bowlers of different skill levels to compete fairly against each other. Everyone can compete fairly against one another while having fun.

Help pay for college:

Each year teen bowlers in the U.S. earn an estimated $6,000,000 in scholarship money. There are over 3,500 student-athletes on more than 250 college and university bowling teams, nearly half of these programs offer scholarships.

Bowl with friends:

The program doesn't incorporate a draft, so buddy requests are almost always granted.

Playing time:

​Nobody stays on the bench in youth bowling. Everyone gets to play the full allotted time.

Flexible schedule:

If there is ever a regularly-scheduled session you know you will not be able to attend, you can bowl the games for that session ahead of time and they will count toward your individual average & team’s score. If you are unable to make the regular scheduled season, you can pre-bowl. Your individual score will still be added to your team score.


Josh Livingston (GM at Bogart's)
Brian Kilmartin
Amy Kilmartin
Derik Loken

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