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Father’s Day Fun for the Family

Did you know that Father’s Day has been celebrated for over 100 years? If you’re anything like us at JB’s on 41, each year you find yourself wondering, “What is the perfect way to celebrate Dad?” While some fathers would be content with another “World’s Best Dad” mug, fancy tie, or something homemade, most Dads […]

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Country Family Fun Day Kicks off Kids Bowl Free

We’re once again hosting a summer bowling program for children that allows kids to bowl free, all summer long. But, even better than that… we’re kicking off the best summer program around with a Country Family Fun Day on May 1! AND, even better than THAT, the whole event is hosted by 94.5 WKTI Country […]

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Bowling 2.0 Survey

We’re at the end of January, but still very much at the beginning of this new year, 2016. The new year is all about setting goals, learning, and improving. Have you wanted to take on a new hobby? Maybe follow your favorite band around the country? Or, possibly even start a membership at a gym? […]

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Happy Fourth of July

It is Independence Day this weekend! Happy Fourth of July! To thank the countless men and women who have served our country, all active duty military members and veterans bowl free. We’re also bringing out the red pins and our spin and win prize wheel. Every time you bowl a red pin strike, spin the […]

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Celebrate Father’s Day at JB’s on 41

On July 19, 1910, Washington State declared the nation’s first Father’s Day, and coming up on Sunday, we’ll celebrate the day for the 105th time.* Of course, it didn’t actually become a national holiday until 1972, but that’s beside the point. What is the point? There are over 70 million fathers in the United States, […]

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Military Bowl Free on Memorial Day

What will you be doing at 3:00 pm on Memorial Day? If you’re savvy about your Memorial Day traditions and history, you’ll be participating in a nationwide moment of silence and reflection. It’s been a nationwide observation since 2000 when it was passed through congressional resolution. Need a refresher on your Memorial Day traditions? Read […]

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