The Children’s Bureau of New Orleans is proud to announce its annual “Bowling for Children’s Bureau” event set for Thursday, May 29 from 5:30 to 9:30 pm. This year the event will take place at the brand new Fulton Alley complex. Created by two local entrepreneurs, Fulton Alley is New Orleans’ newest entertainment bar and restaurant along Fulton Street, featuring 12 bowling lanes wrapped in an atmosphere of art, music, craft food and cocktails. It’s the fourth year of “Bowling for Children’s Bureau”, which has become a popular team-building outing among co-workers with several companies around town participating year in and year out. Fulton Alley is a huge draw for the young professional market, which we hope to reach with this event,” said Paulette Carter, president/CEO of Children’s Bureau of New Orleans. “The music, quality cocktails and affordable ticket price makes the event a great night out for friends and co-workers.” Individual tickets for “Bowling for Children’s Bureau” are $50 in advance and can be purchased online - see link on homepage. Tickets will be $60 at the door. Admission to the event includes complimentary food, a featured specialty cocktail and free beer. A full, cash bar will be offered, as well. There are still a few lanes open for those who may want to form a team and participate in the bowling tournament. For more information on teams, call Amy Collins at the Children’s Bureau of New Orleans offices at (504) 525-2366.