When we were kids all we did was play. We woke up and played all day. If it was raining or snowing, we played inside. When we didn’t have a game to play, we made one up. Then we got to school and had recess – officially sanctioned play. Then we played organized sports. Then we become adults and the play ended.
Now there’s yard work, and doing the taxes, and changing the oil, and running endless errands.
We didn’t vote for that. Did you?
Your inner kid needs to play. It reduces stress, stimulates the brain, relaxes us, and improves existing relationships and helps create new ones. It sharpens our problem solving skills and inspires creativity.
Stand up for your inner kid and make time for play.
Make time for Foundry Social.
Foundry Social features 8 duckpin bowling lanes with a comfortable lounge area complete with couches and tables where bowlers can hang with friends, get in the duckpin zone, or just enjoy a night out.
“The Arena” video game wall at Foundry Social lets you get your game on, have a good time, and share the gaming experience. Or just watch others play and pick up gaming tips and tricks. Power up and wind down!
Foundry Social’s pool tables are ready for your games of 8-Ball, 9-Ball, cutthroat, bank pool, one-pocket, or whatever variation you play. Mingle, talk smack to your friends, or watch TV or listen to music while you play.
Never played bocce? Give it a try at Foundry Social. Soon you’ll be a bocce legend and the crowds will be screaming, “Sei spettacolare!” (You’re spectacular!)
If you were king of the arcade, be so again. If you just love all kinds of arcade games from Pac-Man to Mortal Kombat, Foundry Social is the place to get your game on.
Whether it’s a casual hang with friends or a serious ping pong grudge match, rent a table, grab some paddles and start pinging. Or is it ponging? It doesn’t matter, just play!
The Foundry Entertainment complex (High Voltage Karting, Foundry Social, and MAD Brewing Company) are all currently closed to comply with the state of Ohio’s executive order. We will reopen as soon as the order is rescinded. All events that were scheduled have been postponed without penalty to the event planner. Once the order is rescinded, we will reach back out to you to hopefully reschedule.
If you have a question that requires an immediate response, please direct that to Gene Whaley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be safe and take the necessary precautions so that we can get back to having FUN!