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Wheelchair bowling is played much like able-bodied bowling.  Bowlers can use different size balls and use different throwing or rolling techniques to get a strike.  For those that don't have the strength to throw or roll the ball on their own, a ramp is used to position and assist rolling the ball down the alley.  

Bi-Weekly bowling on Tuesday nights with 4 lanes reserved, starting at 6:30, ending at 9:30.

AMF Bowlero 11737 W. Burleigh St. Wauwatosa.

Up to 5 people per lane. 3 games per person.

August 9th, August 23rd, September 6th, September 20th, October 4th, October 18th, November 1st, November 15th, November 29th, December 13th, December 27th.

This is open bowling, you do not have to come every week, you can contact Allen Neu at allenneu@gmail.com or 414-617-4870 if you have any questions or to confirm your participation for any specific date.

WASA Members and Veterans bowl free. Veterans receive a free WASA membership, just sign up when you bowl the first time.

Members are encouraged to bring a friend(s) to bowl for the added enjoyment and companionship. Spectators are also welcome.

Non-WASA members get three free trial weeks, after three weeks they have to join WASA to continue bowling for free. Membership can be purchased by paying $10 per week for 5 weeks.

Open to any bowlers, disabled and able body bowlers are welcome.

Disabled bowlers and Veterans will receive preference if we have too many bowlers on a night. We have adaptive equipment if a bowler needs special gear to bowl (snap handle balls or ramps). Please contact Allen Neu at allenneu@gmail.com or 414-617-4870 to discuss any special needs.

A USBC singles league can be included for any bowlers who wants to earn a sanctioned average for tournament bowling.

American Wheelchair Bowling Association

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