Bowling, entertainment center Bowl-A-Rama reopens in Panama City

PANAMA CITY. One of Panama City’s longtime entertainment hubs will reopen its doors to continue serving the community through bowling, fun and entertainment.

Bowl-A-Rama Lanes is set to reopen on Wednesday after an extended period of recovery from the devastation caused by Hurricane Michael. Bowl-A-Rama Lanes, located at 2300 W. 15th Street, is a symbol of Panama City as the business has been operating in the city since the early 1960s.

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Owner Don Williams purchased the facility with his wife in November 2020 with a plan to continue the business as a community center in Panama City. Bowling with 16 lanes will be open on the opening day from 11:00 to 22:00. Official opening hours have not yet been set, but Williams intends to announce them within a week.

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