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Free bowling for kids this summer on Long Island

Take a break from the summer heat and

Take a break from the summer heat and head to a bowling alley where kids can play two free games every day all season long. For free passes and locations, register your child at kidsbowlfree.com. Photo Credit: Fotolia

Take a break from the heat this summer and enjoy a day of bowling -- for free!

This is the tenth year for Kids Bowl Free, which allows children two free games every day all summer. Simply register at kidsbowlfree.com and receive vouchers via email every Sunday for two free bowling games each day for the entire week.

Participating bowling alleys on Long Island include:

Coram Country Lanes (615 Middle Country Rd., Coram), ages 15 and younger (through Sept. 5)

East Islip Lanes (117 Main St., East Islip), ages 15 and younger (through Sept. 13)

Herrill Lanes (465 Herricks Rd., New Hyde Park), ages 15 and younger (through Sept. 2)

Larkfield Lanes Bowling (332 Larkfield Rd., East Northport), ages 18 and younger (through Sept. 3)

Farmingdale Lanes (999 Conklin St., Farmingdale), ages 15 and younger (through Sept. 5)

Maple Avenue Lanes RVC (100 Maple Ave., Rockville Centre), ages 15 and younger (through Sept. 5)

Bowl Long Island (138 West Ave., Patchogue), ages 15 and younger (through Sept. 1)

Port Jeff Bowl (6 Cherub Lane, Port Jefferson Station), ages 15 and younger (through Sept. 3)

The All Star (96 Main Rd., Riverhead), ages 12 and younger (June 25 through Aug. 31)

Strike 10 Lanes (849 Long Island Ave., Deer Park), ages 15 and younger (through Sept. 3)

Woodmere Lanes (948 Broadway, Woodmere), ages 16 and younger (through Aug. 31)

San-Dee Lanes (342 Hempstead Ave., Malverne), ages 15 and younger (through Aug. 31)

Standard shoe-rental rates apply. Visit kidsbowlfree.com to register your child at a specific bowling alley and to start receiving the weekly vouchers.

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