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This post is sponsored by Main Event Entertainment to create awareness of Main Event Entertainment.  All opinions expressed are my honest opinions.

Main Event Entertainment where we can gather to Eat Bowl Play!

As homeschoolers, we have a great deal of flexibility which was especially ideal when we decided to visit Main Event Entertainment.  My husband took a day off of work.  My teen sons got their school work done early.  What’s a little school work on Sunday evening when you know you get to go to Main Event on Monday?

The main counter at Main Event Entertainment

We headed to Main Event around lunch time on a Monday, and we pretty much had the run of the place.  We weren’t the only customers, but we didn’t really stand in line for anything, either.  Check the video below and/or keep reading to hear all about our day at Main Event.

Bowl! Main Event Entertainment

As soon as we arrived, we knew we were going to bowl.  Both of my teen sons are part of a homeschooling bowling league.  They have their own bowling balls.  We love bowling!  I was easily the worst bowler of the family.  My highlights were hitting both the left and right gutters in consecutive bowls. That’s okay because I had as much fun as they did.


Eat!  Main Event Entertainement

We weren’t even halfway through our first bowling game before my husband started asking about appetizers.  “When are we going to eat?”  I chose the Tex Mex Dip Trio because I knew we would all enjoy it.  My husband scurried off to order it.  They delivered it right out to the bowling lane.  By the way, I was right.  We did all enjoy it.

Appetizers at Main Event Entertainment are brought right out to our bowling lane.

By our third game and second hour of bowling, we were all pretty hungry.  My husband went to order for us.  They delivered it to our bowling lane again.  I loved that we could bowl while we waited.

My husband ordered the Beer Battered Fish & Chips.  My oldest son ordered the Bacon Cheeseburger.  My youngest son ordered the Chicken Tenders with Honey Mustard Dip.  I ordered the Grilled Salmon.  Normally, I might find ordering grilled salmon at a place with a bowling alley to be a bit risky, but it was amazing!  I would will seriously go there just to eat.  We were all pleased with our lunch there.

Play!  Main Event Entertainment


After lunch, all three guys were ready for some laser tag.  Laser tag really isn’t my thing, but I did enjoy taking video and pictures.  They had a blast!


Gravity Ropes

After two rounds of laser tag, the Gravity Ropes was beckoning to them.  Again, I opted to keep my feet on the ground and take pictures and video.  The guys had a great time although they admitted that it wasn’t as easy as they thought it might be.


Billiards, Video Games, and more!

Last, but certainly not least, we played some fabulous video games.  Billiards aren’t really our thing, although it is available if it is your thing.  We did play some air hockey, skee ball, and several other video games.  We raced video game motorcycles, challenged each other to basketball, and even had a cut throat game of Connect 4.


We had so much fun that we’re already talking about our next trip.  It won’t be long.

The video game area of Main Event Entertainment

What are you doing on October 10?  Did you know that you can go to Main Event on October 10, 2016 for some FREE fun?  #HeadForFun


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About Trisha

Trisha Kilpatrick is a homeschooling mother of three. She has a degree in Education with a double major in Elementary and Special Education, but she is more proud of her countless hours of volunteer work in Children's Church. She believes that all children can learn and that, in life, simple is almost always best. *Affiliate links are used on this site. I may be compensated when you click on or buy from these links. If you have any questions, you can contact me at questions@trishadishes.com .

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