Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Bowling Party this Sunday with Anime Spot (8/28)


As we said at the last Anime Nite Orlando, we wanted to have more hangouts outside of Anime Nite and we have one this Sunday. It's time for members of Propeller Anime and Anime Spot to get together for the annual-ish bowling party at Boardwalk Bowl on E.Colonial Drive! We haven't done this in a while and it's always a fun time.



Sunday afternoon deals are 3 games + shoes for $12. Try to be there by 2:00pm so we can organize things proper.

If you don't want to bowl and just want to hang out, that's fine! The more, the merrier. Boardwalk Bowl also has an arcade, billiards, mini-golf, a bar, and food, Boardwalk Bowl is located at 10749 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, Florida 32817. 

Afterward, we can carpool to Anime Orlando Inc. for some more hangout fun and shopping!

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