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At Town N Country Lanes, we take the health and safety of our guests and our very seriously.  We have made multiple upgrades and changes to our facility to help stop the spread of COVID-19.  Below you will find some of the things we are doing as a bowling center to help keep our guests and our staff safe.

  1. We are doing health screenings for all staff before the start of each shift.  You can be assured that any staff member you come in contact with at our facility will have passed a health screening before the start of their shift.  We are also providing staff with PPE.  Our staff has gone through COVID-19 training in prevention and social distancing.

  2. We have installed sneeze guard barriers at the front desk, bars, and snack bar.

  3. We have installed touchless soap dispensers and hand towel dispensers in the bathrooms.

  4. There are hand sanitizing stations throughout the bowling center.

  5. There is signage up in the center reminding patrons about social distancing.

  6. We are increasing the frequency of cleaning and sanitizing high touch points throughout the bowling center, including doors and restrooms.

  7. We are using all disposable dishware for the time being.

  8. You can be assured that when you come in to bowl, your bowling area will have been cleaned and sanitized before you sit down.  We will be wiping tables, scoring counsels, and ball returns.  We will be using a combination of EPA approved cleaners and UV light technology to disinfect bowling areas.

  9. We have installed iWave technology in our HVAC system.  iWave is an air purifying device that installs in any duct air conditioning system.  When air passes over the iWave, ions produced by the device reduce pathogens, allergens, particles, smoke and odors in the air, creating a healthy environment without producing any harmful byproducts.  iWave uses patented technology, called needle-point bi-polar ionization, to create equal amounts of positive and negative ions.  When these ions are injected into the air stream, they break down passing pollutants and gases into harmless compounds like oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and water vapor.

Here are some of the things that we need you to do as a customer to help us keep everyone safe.


  1. Please wear your mask!  Masks are required to enter the building and while bowling. ​​

    1. Those individuals who are fully vaccinated (2 weeks past their last dose) do NOT need to wear a mask.  Those individuals who are not vaccinated (including children not yet eligible to receive the vaccine) MUST wear a mask while inside of the building and while bowling.​

  2. We will be strictly sticking to our capacity restrictions.

  3. Please practice social distancing.  Please be sure to leave 6 feet of space when waiting in lines at the front desk to check in or get shoes, to order food or drink, etc.  If there is a backed up line, please stay in your bowling area until the line has lessened.  Once you have ordered food, please return back to your bowling area.

  4. Our tables are numbered to match the lane numbers.  Please sit at ONLY the table assigned to your lane, so that we can ensure that guests who attend have adequate  Please do NOT sit at a table or go into a bowling area until our staff has had the opportunity to sanitize the area.  Also, please do not sit at a table that has already been sanitized if it is not your table.

  5. We do not have any waiting areas.  If there is a wait for a lane, you will be asked to wait outside in your vehicle and we will call you when your lane is available.

  6. We will need bowlers to sign in at the front desk for contact tracing purposes.  These are kept on file for 28 days and then shredded, as required by the MDHHS.

  7. HAVE FUN!  Please remember that these policies are procedures are not our choice.  We are following the steps necessary to get to remain open.  Thank you for your patience as we navigate through this.  We appreciate your support.

A complete listing of the current MDHHS Epidemic Orders can be found by clicking here.

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