311 Hecla St. Laurium, Mi
Your Place For Bowling, Food, Drink, Lotto,Fun & Friends!
Prizes: Calumet Theatre~Terry Lee Coffee tickets; Root Notes~ record player; Ace Hardware; Laurium Marathon & North Star BP; Maple Leaf; Toni's Country Kitchen; Copper World; In memory of Anton Burich; Harter's Party Store
Lane Sponsors: Forgotten Eagles; The Office Shop; Nathional Catholic Society of Foresters, Calumet; State Farm, Dean Kangas Agent; Trail Creek MotorsBill & Jane Bastion; In Memory of the Fallen, AB
No Bowling from December 14-23, Bar & Restaurant will remain open
Open Monday-Friday Noon - Midnight
Saturday & Sunday 7am-Midnight
Now Serving Breakfast Saturday & Sunday
Youth & Beginner Leagues start Sat. 9-26, 11:30
Junior League starts Sun. 9-27, 12:30
call to sign up 906-337-4601
Featuring Keno & Your Favorite Lottery Games!
Daily Food Specials
Sunday~ Chicken Wings
Tuesday~ Sub Sandwiches
Wednesday~ $5 One top Pizzas
Thursday~ Free Fries with burger or sandwich purchase
Friday~ Fish Fry
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On September 5, 1945 William and Margaret Miller purchased the old Super Quality Foods warehouse on Hecla Street in Laurium. When Miller's Recreation originally opened it housed a sandwich shop, tavern and six lanes of bowling. At that time the lanes used manual pinsetters, a man who would clear and set the pins after each frame. Each pinsetter earned ten cents per game. Due to customer desire Miller's expanded in 1956. At this time two more lanes and a concourse area were added. The sandwich shop was turned into a bar and the kitchen was relocated. New automatic Brunswick pinsetters were added, allowing the center to own and operate the first automatic pinsetters in the area. On any given night one could enter to see 40 or more people bowling, drinking and enjoying life. Hundreds if not thousands of people have bowled at Miller's at some point in their lives. Even celebrities like Frank Yankovic stopped in to enjoy Marge's cooking after his polka tours. Music and dancing would erupt at the bar. Miller's is a part of the local history. Three generations of families have spent their free time enjoying themselves at this establishment. And, three generations of the Miller family have set pins, maintained machines, bartended, coached, waited tables. Come in and enjoy our eight lanes of bowling, food, drink, and games.