The Sacramento region will soon see its first new bowling center in two decades. The walls aren’t up yet, and it doesn’t open until august … but about 1,000 people have already signed up for league play in the Strikes Family Entertainment Center. It’s in Rocklin, and will cost more than $13 million to build. Co-owners Keith Burcham and Jim Falls are also partners in Fireside Lanes, an existing bowling facility in Citrus Heights. Their new center will employ at least 100 people … as bowling makes a comeback in Rocklin.