When: Thu., Oct. 20, 6-10 p.m. 2016
Back for a second year, Covenant House Michigan and the Fowling Warehouse present “Fowling for the Cov,” a tournament to raise awareness and funds for homeless and at-risk youth. The competitive and popular fowling, which originated in Detroit, is a hybrid game that combines elements of football, bowling and horseshoes. The object of the game is for teams to be the first to knock all ten bowling pins down by throwing a football down the open lane. “Fowling for the Cov” will end with a winner, loser, silly awards and bragging rights.
Price: Individual: $45, Tournament Team (2): $80