Fowling Warehouse DFW, known for its popular game that fuses football and bowling, announced several upcoming events that it will be hosting in Plano throughout February.
Kicking off the month of events is the "Fowlanthropy" Food Drive, which runs until Feb. 11. During this time, patrons can donate canned goods during regular business hours to receive a $5 discount on open play, with the donations going towards supporting the North Texas Food Bank.
On Feb. 11, Fowling Warehouse DFW will host its annual "Super Fowl" Watch Party. In commemoration of the Super Bowl, the fowling venue will offer food and beverage specials, prizes to win and more.
For all of the love birds out there, Fowling Warehouse will be hosting a Valentine’s Day Date Night on Feb. 14. The event will feature a pop-up market that showcases products from local vendors, along with drink specials and discounted games.
Wednesday nights will prove to add a layer of competitiveness with the introduction of bi-monthly trivia contests starting Feb. 7 and 21, with topics ranging from Marvel to football.
Finally, brew enthusiasts should mark their calendars for Feb. 23, as Fowling Warehouse plans to host “Friday Night Flights,” a tasting event where attendees can try numerous beer offerings courtesy of Heaven Hill.
In addition to the packed schedule of activities, Fowling Warehouse also announced a new partnership with Plano-based ice cream shop, Local Creamery. Through the collaboration, the fowling venue is offering seasonal ice cream flavors (including dairy-free), as well as adult milkshakes.
“We launched a variety of new events and specials in 2023 that have since become fan favorites, and we're proud to continue those traditions while also adding new offerings as we further grow our presence in the community,” said Sam Hubbard, investor with Fowling Warehouse DFW. “We are proud to continue to expand our offerings and create more avenues for visitors to enjoy their time at Fowling Warehouse. With a variety of events planned for 2024, we look forward to further engaging with the DFW community this year.”