FAMILY FRIENDLY BOWLING ALLEYS IN ROCKLAND

Dated: October 25 2015

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What more could you want from a great night out with your family or friends than to head out to one of our local bowling alleys and  play a few frames.

Bowling is "recreation" for most of us, and has survived through the years because it has been a fun, public, inexpensive activity that boys and girls could enjoy together-or it is a game they can also enjoy with their parents.

I am listing four of the bowling alleys in our area . They  offer a simple environment with food, music, pool tables, and some of them even entertain parties. We have Lucky Strike at the Palisades Center Mall in West Nyack, High Tor Lanes in West Haverstraw, Pearl River Lanes on N. Middletown Rd. and New City Bowl on North Main Street.

With all this offered, maybe you should think about getting our and hit those "lanes"!

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Mary Barber

A former teacher in Rockland, I entered the field of real estate ten years ago. In a short period of time I developed a long list of satisfied clients. Prior to my affiliation with Wright Bros. Real ....

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