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Burnsville BowlBurnsville Bowl at night.
Bowl to be built 1967The April 30, 1967 Dakota County Tribune reports on plans for the Burnsville Bowl.
Burnsville Bowl 1977The popular Burnsville Bowl located at Highway 13 and 12th Avenue.
Del and Addie Benjamin Burnsville BowlOwners of the Burnsville Bowl in 1979. *Third person not identified.
A band at the Burnsville Bowl 1979Entertainment, music and dance at the Burnsville Bowl.
Praying for a strike 1977A June 1, 1977 Burnsville Current photo - fun at the Burnsville Bowl.
Steph Dodge at Burnsville Bowl 1978A January 11, 1978 Burnsville Current photo with Steph Dodge at the Burnsville Bowl.
Kathy Voldberry 1978A January 11, 1978 Burnsville Current photo of Kathy Voldberry at the Burnsville Bowl.
Burnsville Bowl 1977Youth bowling at the Burnsville Bowl located on 12th Avenue near Highway 13.
Burnsville Bowl March 7, 2007 ad for Burnsville Bowl, appearing in the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Burnsville BowlAnother view of the visible Burnsville Bowl sign.
Initial ad for Burnsville BowlOne of the first ads to appear following the opening of the Burnsville Bowl.
Burnsville Bowl ad 1968The Burnsville Bowl is ready for St. Patrick's Day.
Burnsville Bowl 1969July 17, 1969 Minneapolis Star Tribune publishes this ad for the Burnsville Bowl.
Burnsville Bowl 2007Ad ad appearing in the Minneapolis Tribune, 2007 for the Burnsville Bowl.
Burnsville BowlThis photo of the Burnsville Bowl appeared in the Burnsville This Week news at the time of the closing of the popular site.
Burnsville Bowl shot glassBurnsville Bowl shot glass, not certain of year.
Burnsville Bowls leaps into bungee jumping 1992The Burnsville City Council votes to approve a three month permit for the Bowl to offer bungee jumping.
Burnsville Bowl 1969The new Matador Lounge.
Burnsville Bowl, never a dull moment 1979The November 14, 1979 Burnsville Current features the Burnsville Bowl - which offers pool, foosball, bowling, disco, pinball, rock bands, eating and drinking. It's been three years since Del, Addie and Tony Benjamin purchased the bowl and right from the start they began a remodeling process, which is drawing to a close.
Burnsvile Bowl never a dull moment (photos)Pool, pins and foosball are popular sports.

Some dance, while some mingle at the Silver Silver.
Burnsville Bowl sold - to become Tri-State Bobcat 2014January 9, 2014 - Burnsville Eagan Sun/Thisweek News.

Bobcats will replace bowling balls under an equipment dealers plan to relocate to the long vacant Burnsville Bowl property at 1200 E. Highway 13.

Tri-State Bobcat plans to move from its current Burnsville location on the northeast corner of Highway 13 and County Road 5. The company sells Bobcat-brand equipment and other brands used in construction, landscaping agriculture and grounds maintenance.

Built in 1968, the former bowling alley and lounge went from recreational landmark and hopping nightspot to white elephant, closing in July 2010. Then-owner Bob Hatten tried but failed to sell the business, which then reverted to bank ownership.
Burnsville Bowl to be built 1967April 20, 1967 Dakota County Tribune announces the plans for the Burnsville Bowl.
Burnsville Bowl to be built 1967Burnsville Bowl was granted an on-sale liquor license at the council meeting April 17, 1967. The proposed bowling alley will be built on the northeast corner of Highway 13 and Minnegasco Road (now 12th Avenue). The 5 acre site will be developed by the present owners of the Maplewood Bowl. The building will house 24 lanes, restaurant, bar, nursery with an approximate valuation of $500,000 - $600,000.
Former bowling center changes hands 2014Former bowling center changes hands- By Susan Feyder Star Tribune- January 18, 2014 —

The long-vacant Burnsville Bowl building near Hwy. 13 in northeastern Burnsville has been sold. for $1.6 million, public records show.

A vacant building that once housed the Burnsville Bowl has a new owner.

Quirk's, a Minneapolis business entity of Tri-State Bobcat, recently paid $1.6 million for the bank-owned property at 1200 Hwy. 13 E., according to documents filed with the Minnesota Department of Revenue.

The 32,000-square-foot bowling center building and its 4.5-acre site were most recently valued for tax purposes about $1.3 million, according to Dakota County property records.

Bungee jumping at Burnsville Bowl 1992June 25, 1992 Minneapolis Star Tribune reports: The Burnsville Bowl may get the name Burnsville Boing this summer thanks to Monday's City Council decision to allow bungee jumping at the bowling alley and night club....
Burnsville Bowl 1968A Dakota County Tribune ad for the bowling season at the Burnsville Bowl, 1968.
Burnsville Bowl 1968This ad appeared in the 1968 Burnsville - Savage Local Directory published by the American Legion.
This would be the first year of the Bowl being in business, opening in 1967.
Burnsville Bowl ad 2008An online ad for the Burnsville Bowl.
Burnsville BowlUndated ad for the Burnsville Bowl.
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