Events at the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame
Audio Tour Reno: During the month of September an audio tour was installed in the museum’s satellite location in the National Bowling Stadium located in Reno, Nevada. If you are in the Reno area give the museum a quick visit for free and scan the QR codes attached to each case to learn a little more about the exhibit and the history of the wonderful sport of bowling.
Online Auction: The museum’s first online auction ran during the beginning of October. The museum auctioned off several pieces of sports memorabilia including an autographed Chris Paul Clippers jersey, an autographed Early Anthony photo, a collectible AMF plate, a photograph autographed by Dick Weber and Joe Norris, Vise golf irons, and two Tony Reyes posters with the autographs of several Hall of Famers. The money from the proceeds go directly to the Hall of Fame. Visit http://www.ebay.com/usr/bowlingmuseumstore to support the museum.
Free Saturdays: The museum is hosting two free Saturday events in October on the 18th and the 25th. The museum is opening its doors and offering free admission to all visitors. The first 30 kids on each day will receive a free pin bank which they can decorate. In addition there will be arts and crafts, refreshments provided by Whole Foods, and a take home goody bag.