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Bowling is so much fun! But have you heard of cosmic bowling? Well, if you haven’t, here’s a look at the fantastic world of cosmic bowling that will make you want to experience this thrill as soon as possible.
If you want to add that zing to your bowling experience with glow in the dark, then cosmic bowling is all you need. Enjoy the party when darkness prevails in the alley and the music is at its zenith. The awesome cosmic bowling Eglinton experience will drive you insane with thrill, unrestrained fun and the forcefulness of the unique concept.
Dance the night away at the foot tapping numbers while scoring a strike at the alley. Glowing pins are provided by the bowling center. Kick off the cosmic bowling with pins glowing brightly and beats getting louder.
How do the alleys look like?
First things first – the ambiance
The scoring lanes are fully automated. The alleys feature vibrant, dynamic, colorful, computerized and coordinated light show with high wattage sound and light booming from large video screens playing hot music videos. The cosmic bowling nights come alive with earthshaking music that potentially drives you insane with best mixed tunes of the town. Awesome contests are also hosted in cosmic bowling Toronto events.
Get ready for fun!
The stage is set for the entire family or friends to jump into the game of bowling under shimmering flashes of ultraviolet lights. Top chart choices and classics with thoroughly stocked bars will make the experience divine. The upbeat and lavish ambiance will allow you to unwind and relax, recharging your drained batteries.
The evenings spent doing cosmic bowling at Mississauga alleys come alive with the extravaganza.
How to play well?
Lose the cushions and enchant others with lightning strike. Choose the ball wisely. A light ball will be difficult to control whereas a heavy ball will not gather the momentum needed to knock the pins properly. Lay special emphasis on the bowling shoes. The shoes come armed with special slides. You have to use the foot opposite to the bowling hand for sliding on. Sliding drums up added momentum for the glow ball and you get more power to confidently knock down the pins.
The accuracy and power of the shot will be determined by the swing angle you allow your arm to go after it has reached the side of the body. The arm opposite the one you are bowling with should be extended to keep the balance. Else, you run the risk of tripping over at the critical point. Your steps should be small and make it a point to square your shoulders and hips with the pins. Now, you are ready to lunge and strike the target. Never lose sight of the pins or step across the black line meant for signaling fouls. A fun cosmic bowling event at Eglinton will be the most fun sporting event you have ever enjoyed in your life if you pay attention to the finer details. If you overstep the black line, any pins that are knocked down in the bowling attempt will not be considered for the score.
Similarly, cosmic bowling in a bowling alley at Toronto will thrill your entire being in the upbeat ambiance of the alley. Croon the foot tapping tune being played and take your aim at the pins. The easy and fun bowling is for everyone to enjoy irrespective of age and physical disabilities.
Check out the National Post’s article about bowling in the upcoming Pan Am Games.
There are many notable places to check out in Mississauga. These range from large structures to smaller places. Some of these spots are more quiet and contemplative, while others are noisier and more rowdy. Mississauga itself has been rated as one of the best cities to live in in Canada. In addition, it’s one of the most walkable Canadian cities. So you can expect to be surrounded by a lovely environment, and one where it’s enjoyable to walk from place to place.
One of the first attractions you’ll come across is the Toronto Pearson International Airport. It’s the biggest airport in all of Canada, and it’s also the busiest. From the airport, there are a good number of options when it comes to public transportation. For example, when it comes to buses, there’s the Toronto Transit Commission, GO Transit, MiWay, Brampton Transit, the Toronto Airport Express Coach and the Can-ar Coach Service.
Once you’re in Mississauga proper, you can check out the . This is basically the city hall, and it’s where the city council goes about its business. The structure itself offers an interesting example of postmodern architecture. It brings to mind the idea of a farmstead, and the structure includes a clock tower. This place also contains a wedding chapel, a restaurant and a fitness centre.
You can also find the Art Gallery of Mississauga in the Civic Centre. This gallery contains hundreds of works from artists in Canada and the surrounding region. Admission to the gallery is free, and it is open from Monday to Sunday. Also nearby is the Celebration Square, which is a public courtyard. It has a wading pool which can also be used as an ice skating rink. There’s also a beautiful garden of flowers, which can be a great place to take photos. You can also find the Mississauga Central Library nearby.
When it comes to shopping, Mississauga also has its fair share of attractions. There’s the Square One Shopping Centre, which is one of the biggest shopping malls in Canada. There are hundreds of stores and shops in this particular venue. You’ll also have access to a number of restaurants and bars. Other malls include the Erin Mills Town Centre and the Dixie Outlet Mall. You also have the Fantastic Flea Market, which has been around since the 70’s.
Finally, when it comes to sports, Mississauga will also provide you with options. You have the Hershey Centre, which is the venue for a number of notable hockey, basketball and other sports matches. You also have many smaller sports venues devoted to more social and participative activities. There’s Planet Bowl, where groups can head over for a night of bowling. Packages are provided for birthdays and other parties. A bar and restaurant provide the food and drinks. You can find similar types of places catering to other sports, such as billiards, in other areas. There are also places where various kinds of clubs, such as soccer, cricket and even Scrabble clubs, get together to play, compete and enjoy themselves. These may be worth your while as well.
There are people who do catering as a side business, almost as a hobby. Maybe they enjoy cooking and are quite good at it. And then someone asks them to cater a small event, and then they’re hooked. Other people, of course, do catering as a full time business and this can range from a small operation to a much larger business, capable of handling larger events. Whatever the background, whether you’re doing this as a hobby or as a full time business, it’s important to take good care of your customers. And this is particularly important for an event like a kid’s birthday party.
After all, a child’s birthday party is a very special event. And food plays a major part of the celebration. If the food is yummy, and the kids enjoy themselves, then that will make the party a much smoother and more memorable experience for all. However, if the kids don’t like the food, and especially if the birthday celebrant doesn’t like the food, then that’s going to make the party more disappointing. So there are some important things to keep in mind, for this type of event.
For instance, try to get information from the host regarding the favorite food of the birthday boy or girl. Ideally, they should already give this information to you from the very beginning. But sometimes the parents can get caught up in the preparations, so they forget these important details. Since your job is to make sure that the food works out great, make sure to ask for this key information. Then try to include these favorite foods in your menu.
Also, confirm with the host if you will be in charge of the birthday cake. Make sure that the agreement on this is very clear. Some parents will want you to come up with it. Others will intend to purchase it themselves separately. Find out what the birthday celebrant is into, as well as whether the party has a particular theme. Then work these ideas into the decorations of the cake. This will show your host that you are keeping track of the important details, and that you are making sure to personalize your service. As much as possible, try to get the parents to agree to the design of the cake before you create it. You want to make sure that your vision for how it should look is in harmony with theirs.
Another thing that you should do is prepare your staff for the fact that this is a birthday party for kids. This is particularly important if most of their experience has focused on catering for adults. Having dozens of kids running around and being rowdy at an event is a totally different story, so they should be aware of this and prepare accordingly. You will want to consider whether it is best to use materials and dishes which do not break easily, in case they are dropped. You might want to use tablecloths and other linens which are stain proof as well. The list of adjustments that you will need to make goes on.
A birthday party can be a very important time for a child. It’s an event that’s more or less completely devoted to him or her. People attend the event in order to see your son. Or your daughter knows that the food, decorations and more have been prepared because it’s her special day. This is a big deal because for all the other days of the year, your kid has to compete for attention with the rest of the family members, or other people. But when it’s your kid’s birthday, he or she knows that at least for that one day, your kid will be the focus of attention.
Since a birthday party is such an important event, it’s important to make it count. When you stop to think about it, you can see that you could technically have the rest of the year to prepare for the event. But you’ll only have one day to execute it. If things go well, then you’ve created something lovely and memorable for your child. But if it isn’t executed properly, then you’ll have to wait for another long year before you can try again. So in line with that, here are ten tips for you to consider, as you try to plan out your kid’s birthday party.
First birthday tip: Delegate what you can.
There will be a lot going on during the hours of the birthday party, and you’re just one person. Even if you want to micromanage the affair, there’s a good chance that you’re not going to be able to supervise everything well. That’s why you should look for things that you can delegate to responsible individuals or groups. So for example, consider whether it would be best to have the party catered. That way, you won’t need to worry about food as much.
Second birthday tip: Be there for your kid.
This goes hand in hand with the first bit of advice. There’s a good chance that your son or daughter will want to be able to have you somewhere nearby, during the party. Also, you’ll want to be able see if your kid is enjoying himself or herself. Don’t spend all your time in the kitchen or your home office.
Third birthday tip: Hire an official photographer if you can.
Or assign a good friend or relative to take pictures. There will be a lot of interesting things happening. You’ll want to make sure that it’s captured for people to appreciate even after the party.
Fourth birthday tip: Find out what kind of food your kid wants.
After all, the day is about him or her. So try to make sure that some of the favorite foods of your kid are on the menu.
Fifth birthday tip: Choose a good theme.
This doesn’t mean that you should go crazy with costumes and decorations. After all, you don’t want to go overboard. But having a consistent and subtle theme, ideally one that is linked to your kid, can help to make the event seem more polished. Check online for ideas for such themes.
Sixth birthday tip: Put the phone down, and encourage others to do the same.
It isn’t enough to be physically present. Make sure that work isn’t capturing all your attention through your phone or tablet. You can also tell your guests that there will be an official photographer, so they don’t feel the need to take pictures with their phones.
Seventh birthday tip: Plan useful party favors for other kids.
You might want to have little loot bags for the other younger ones. This can be a useful and practical thing to do, if you put a few small toys inside. This will give the kids something of their own to play with. So there’s less chance of kids fighting over toys at the party, children squealing or throwing tantrums, or less jealousy over the gifts that your kid gets.
Eighth birthday tip: Choose a good, decorative cake.
Remember that the cake isn’t just for eating. It’s also something decorative to show your child that his or her birthday is special. So make sure that it both tastes and looks the part.
Ninth birthday tip: Invite the right people.
If there is a kid who is a bully or a jerk to other kids, don’t invite him or her. Talk to your child about which friends and relatives he or she would like to invite. At the same time, do invite your own close friends and relatives, as a way of showing them that you want them to share in this part of your life.
Tenth birthday tip: Plan it out well in advance.
You don’t want to be putting out figurative fires, or running around confused on the day of the party. So don’t procrastinate, and don’t leave things until the last second. If you plan it well, you’ll be more relaxed and able to enjoy yourself on the day of the celebration.