The tournament, which will begin at 7 p.m., will place single players against one another. There will also be musical entertainment by DJ Nick Molinski, from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m.
"You don't have to be a bowler," Favreau said. "Just come and have a good time. Support the stage project."
Entry into the tournament is $20 per person and door prizes will be given away.
But, why support the stage?
According to Favreau, committee member Steve Merchant traveled to other villages that have a stage and found the response to be positive.
"He went to a lot of communities and he talked to the people and every community told him that it's a win-win situation," Favreau said. "Good for the residents, good for the tourists. It's good for the businesses because it brings people into the village."
For more information about the stage, including how to schedule an event, contact the village office at 297-5502.
The committee will be meeting at the beginning of the year to discuss the rules for use.