Bowl-A-Rama bowling alley, entertainment center reopens in Panama City

PANAMA CITY — One of Panama City’s long-standing entertainment centers will reopen its doors to continue to serve the community through bowling, entertainment, and fun. 

Bowl-A-Rama Lanes is on track to reopen Wednesday after an extensive period of rebuilding from the destruction of Hurricane Michael. Bowl-A-Rama Lanes, located at 2300 W. 15th St., stands as an icon in Panama City, as the business has operated in town since the early 1960s. 

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Owner Don Williams purchased the facility with his wife in November of 2020 with a plan to continue the business as a community hub in Panama City. The 16-lane bowling alley will operate on the reopening date from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Official operation hours are not yet established, but Williams intends to announce those within a week. 

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