Back in August, we got word that Family Time Dine & Play was going to be featured on a national TV show.

As is often the case, the owners were not allowed to say what show the Auburn Mall entertainment venue was going to be on until a premiere date for the episode was set.

Basically, the only reason they said anything (through a Facebook post) was to notify anyone who was going to be going to Family Time on that particular day that they could end up on TV.

We now know, thanks to another Facebook page post, that the playcenter will be featured on a show called "World's Greatest."  You'll be able to see the show at 4 PM on November 11th and November 18th on the Bloomberg network.

This video will give you an idea of what the show is like:

The post goes on to say that, after the initial airing, the show will be available on Pluto TV.

As we mentioned, you can find Family Time in the Auburn Mall.  This locally owned business is the perfect place to bring the family on a rainy day, during the winter, or when you want to reward the kids for being good.  Family Time Dine and Play has arcade games (including a few retro games), pinball machines, and a laser tag arena.  They serve up kid-friendly meals and even have a space for birthday parties.

One of the newest attractions they have is Laser Frenzy.  What is that?  You know how, in spy movies or heist movies, the characters sometimes have to limbo their way through motion-sensing lasers?  It's like that - but a game!

Check out this Family Time Dine & Play commercial from 2018

If you have never had a chance to go to Family Time Dine & Play, you need to check the place out!

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