Welcome to Rosetown Ball and Pin House
Where the good times roll!
We offer bowling leagues for people of all ages - mixed, ladies, seniors, and youth leagues. Whether you're an experienced bowler or thinking of joining a league for the first time, we have something for you!
Birthday Parties and Reunions
When you're looking to book your next birthday party, staff party, holiday party, reunion, or anything else, call us to book today! In addition to glow bowling, and the pool table area, we have a multi-purpose room with a 12' x 9' screen with projector available for rental.
Pool Tables & Dart Boards
We have six pool tables, six dart boards, shuffleboard, and foosball available at an hourly rate. We also run an adult weekly 8-ball pool league Friday nights from September - April.
We offer engraving services and have a vast variety of medals, plaques and trophies available to be engraved with that personal touch or necessary script. We also engrave giftware, call us today, to see if we can meet your engraving needs!
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History of the Rosetown Bowling Alley
The Rosetown Ball and Pin House building as we know it was first built in 1984, with Rose-Con Redi-Mix and Boychuck Industries as Contractors. Lanes were purchased from and installed by W 5 Pin of Moose Jaw. Five-pin bowling began in October of 1984 with tremendous support from Rosetown and the surrounding areas.
12 years later, on November 1st, 1996, the business was sold to Dave and Shelley Graham of Fort St. John, B.C. In January of 1997 bumpers were installed on two of the lanes. Later that spring monitors were installed over each lane and computer scoring was added. During the summer of 1999 synthetic lanes were installed over the existing wood lanes.
In the spring of 2001, Brian and Penny Andersen (son in law and daughter of Dave and Shelley) along with their two children, Laura and Melanie moved from Winfield, B.C. to the Rosetown Area.
In August of 2001, the Andersen's went into partnership with Dave and Shelley to own and operate The Ball & Pin House as a family business. In October of 2008, Brian and Penny bought out Dave and Shelley's shares of the family business.
In November of 2010, Brian and Penny purchased the engraving equipment and inventory from Athlete's Haven in Rosetown to compliment their growing business. A vast variety of medals, plaques and trophies are available to be engraved with that personal touch or necessary script.
The facility currently consists of six lanes, six pool tables, one shuffle board, one foosball table, six dart boards and a large multi-purpose room with a screen and projector for TV, video, and DVD.
The Ball & Pin House continues to be enjoyed by people of all ages as a place to socialize and compete.