Soon to be Gone
Bop'N'Bowl IX was a very nice affair. The bands --- 52 Pickup, King Teddy, and the Hula Monsters --- kept everyone entertained. This was very low key -- folks bowled, talked and danced in about equal amounts. Only about 200 people showed up during the course of the evening, so we got to keep our lane for the entire evening. That's too bad, in a way, because this is an authentic late 1950s duckpin bowling alley that has not really ben altered that much. It really is historic space, and it comes to life when crowds come dressed in retro bowling shirts. It will be gone soon, a victim to the over-development of Arlington. I, for one, will miss it.
The lovely Ellen Engle sets the Tone for the Evening
Libby and Keith Drove up from New Market
We tried the "Second Front" approach
Marc and Tony Did a Double Take when they saw it...
It was Kevin Kramer's Birthday
Pam Grosicki brought her Sons
Kevin, Pam, and Greg
Teresa Werner and friend
Patrick Bayliss and friend
Teresa Werner and Tom Webster
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