Article by Michael Worcester from the Cokato Historical Society's newsletter In the Midst Of, January, 2004, Vol. 24 No. 1.
The exterior of the bowling alley, taken from a street scene postcard in 1943.
The sounds of rolling balls and crashing pins came to an end on Friday, April 17, 1966. That evening, the last game of bowling was played at the Cokato Bowling Center. While not really a long-standing institution in the city, the bowling alley was a popular spot for people to gather and spend time with family and friends.