Join the Asian American Journalists Association, NLGJA (Association of LGBT Journalists), Journalism and Women Symposium, Society of Professional Journalists and ONA LA for a fun night at Montrose Bowl!
Time Out says: “As the oldest operating bowling alley in LA County, this ’50s style gem boasts just eight charming lanes, making it also LA’s quaintest. Montrose Bowl opened in 1936, and has since served as the backdrop for an array of films and TV Shows, including Pleasantville and Teen Wolf.”
The LA Weekly says: “Step back in time at Montrose Bowl, the tiny eight-lane bowling alley along Honolulu Avenue in Montrose. The lanes have been in service since 1936, and still feature a manual scoring system and lots of early 1950s decor, including Googie signage and buttoned red booths.”
The $15 ticket (usual price is $25/hour) includes pizza, shoes, ball, bumper lanes, and unlimited bowling; the first 25 people who arrive get a free beverage (beer/soda/wine) on us and a cash bar is available to purchase any other drinks (no outside beverages allowed due to bowling alley policy). Meet and mingle with journalists in the area. Invite your friends and colleagues to come bowl with us.
Street parking is available.
Email LA [at] journalists.org.