Beginning in February 2014 the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame began admitting youth 18 and under free. This is in an effort to allow as many kids as possible to have access to the educational and interactive exhibits which the museum provides. This offer is valid for three free youth admissions per paid adult admission.
In the spring we look forward to inducting Steve Cook of Granite Bay, California; Doug Kent of Newark, N.Y.; John Gaines of Orlando, Florida; Dale Traber of Cedarburg, Wisconsin; and Raymond “Woody” Woodruff of Long Island, New York into the Hall of Fame. Cook and Kent were elected into the United States Bowling Congress Hall of Fame in the Superior Performance category. Gaines and Traber were elected in the Outstanding USBC Performance category. Woodroof of was elected posthumously for Meritorious Service. Their contributions to the sport of bowling are the part of the legacy which we hope to preserve at the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame.