Airport Lanes To Host Charity Event Benefiting Kids House

Airport Lanes To Host Charity Event Benefiting Kids House

Every child deserves to feel loved and safe. Which is why Airport Lanes in Lake Mary/Sanford is partnering with Kids House, Wayne Densch Children’s Advocacy Center. They are on a mission to provide aid to child victims of abuse. Airport Lanes along with Kids House, Wayne Densch Children’s Advocacy Center is collaborating to host a special event to benefit to raise funds for the cause.

The charity event for Kids House, Wayne Densch Children’s Advocacy Center will be on Saturday, May 27, 2023 at Airport Lanes in Lake Mary/Sanford. The community is invited to enjoy a fun day full of discounted bowling games, live entertainment, prizes and more. All the proceeds will be benefitting Kids House, Wayne Densch Children’s Advocacy Center. The event will be split in two parts.

Daytime Event – Noon To 6 P.M.

The first event kicks off at noon, where families can enjoy a bounce house, obstacle course, kids games, and a dunk tank. The bowling lanes are open for just $10 per hour (up to five people per lane). There will also be discounted snacks available – $1 hot dogs and $2 hamburgers.

Nighttime event – 7 to 10 p.m.

The night event comes complete with cosmic lights! Live music will be by local musician Kindred Soul who will be taking the stage and keeping the energy going. The bowling lanes will be available for $20 per hour (up to 5 people per lane). There will be drink specials including $2 Key Lime gin and $2 Peach, Watermelon and Apple Moonshine.

Both day and night events will have music, raffles, prizes and fun for everyone! All the proceeds of the event will be donated to Kids House, Wayne Densch Children’s Advocacy Center. Kids House is dedicated to creating a safe space for abused children. They provide them with necessary medical services such as medical and mental health care. By joining this benefit, you are coming together with Airport Lanes an coming together in support of this essential cause.

About Kids House Wayne Densch Children’s Advocacy Center

The Kids House opened its doors in 1999 with special thanks to the Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) partners who handle child abuse cases in Seminole County. These child welfare professionals recognized that the current system for handling child abuse cases was ineffective and disjointed. Before the Kids House had been created, child victims of abuse had to engage with several disjointed law enforcement, medical and social service agencies in Central Florida. Kids House follows the national model for Children’s Advocacy Centers and brings together all involved agencies in one child-friendly, centralized location.

What is a Child Advocacy Center?

So, what is a Child Advocacy Center? A Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) is a support center where abused children will be able to tell their story ONCE to a trained interviewer who knows all the right questions to ask, as to not re-traumatize the child whilst find the facts crucial to the child’s case. A team of professionals, including Medical Professionals, Law Enforcement, Child Protection Services, Victim Advocacy and Prosecution, and other professionals, decide together how to help the child based on the interview.

For more information about Kids House Wayne Densch Children’s Advocacy Center, visit

About Aloma Bowl Entertainment Center

The Aloma Bowling Centers are the premier family entertainment venues in Central Florida, with locations in Orlando (Boardwalk Bowl), Winter Park (Aloma Bowl) and Sanford (Airport Lanes). In addition to the 144 combined lanes, each center offers billiards, a restaurant and arcades featuring new, interactive games. All venues offer great corporate and group event/party facilities. Boardwalk Bowl Entertainment Center houses 80 lanes, making it the largest bowling facility in the Southeast. For more information, visit or call 407-384-0003.

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