Norwood Sport Center

Frank Sherwood opened the Norwood Sport Center on October 3, 1940. Modeled after the "Belgian Building" featured in the 1939 World's Fair, it cost $50,000 to build, a sizable sum at the end of the Great Depression. According to their website the Norwood Sport Center was the first building built as a candlepin bowling alley rather than being converted from some other use.