Metro Detroit MI Autism Spectrum Bowling League – Oakland Strikers Bowling League – Classic Lanes and OUCARES provide bowling league opportunities for ASD teens and young adults in Oakland County, Michigan.
Our friends at Classic Lanes in Rochester Hills have teamed up with OUCARES (Oakland University Center for Autism Research, Education and Support) to form a bowling league for individuals ages 16-plus on the autism spectrum. This opportunity will allow ASD students and adults to enhance physical activity in a social, community setting.
Please Note – this bowling league has grown very popular through the years and pre-registration is strongly encouraged by OUCARES as soon as possible.
The nine-week bowling league will begin Saturday, June 25, 2022 and runs through Saturday, August 20, 2022. No bowling experience is necessary to participate. The bowling games run from 10a-noon. The cost of the bowling league is $100. No sessions on July 2.
The $100 Autism Spectrum Bowling League Cost Includes
- 2 games of bowling each week
- free use of bowling ball
- free bowling shoes rental
- a pizza party
This is the 12th year for the league. Classic Lanes and OUCARES have stated that they want the new league to start small and be successful before expanding. The OUCARES vision for the bowling league is to have it eventually fill all 32 Classic Lanes bowling lanes!
Please Contact Chris Murray, Community Relations Director for Classic Lanes, with any questions at 248-852-9100.
Click here to register for the 2022 Summer Bowling League for individuals with autism or autism spectrum disorders.
Macomb County also offers a league through OUCares at 5 Star Lanes Sterling Hts, Michigan on Saturdays from 10a-Noon from Saturday, April 11, 2020 through Saturday, May 30, 2020. There is currently no Macomb County League planned for 2022.
2145 Avon Industrial Dr
Rochester Hills, MI 48309
Phone – 248-852-9100
5 Star Lanes
2666 Metro Pkwy
Sterling Heights, MI
For more info on these Autism Spectrum Bowling Leagues, visit wwwp.oakland.edu/oucares/programs