Roseland Bowl in Burlington
Roseland Lanes Limited began operations in 1959 in a building located at 422 Guelph Line in Burlington. The bowling alley offered five pin bowling.
When Roseland Bowl announced that they were closing on May 15, 2017, they were the only provider of five pin bowling in the city.
The Burlington Thunderbirds program provides recreational five-pin bowling for a group of athletes who participate in the Bowl Canada Special Olympics each year. The group had used Roseland Bowl for over 20 years.
The closure of Roseland led to Burlington Bowl to add eight 5-pin lanes to their existing fourty 10-pin bowling lanes, to accommodate bowlers who were affected by the closure of Roseland.
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