Go-karts, climbing wall among Ozzy’s auction items | Berks Regional News

ONTELAUNEE TWP., Pa. — Ozzy’s Family Entertainment Center in Ontelaunee Township is no more, but this weekend you’ll have the chance to return to the center on Route 61 and take parts of it at your house. All kinds of items will be auctioned off.

“I will be selling all remaining items from Ozzy’s Fun Center,” said auctioneer Les Longenecker.

This Saturday, they can become yours.

“I think it will be busy, have a nice day,” Longenecker said.

You will be able to bid in person and online.

“There are people registered from all over the country,” Longenecker said. “You know, I had guys asking about airports from Texas and local interest. It was, you know, a popular place for kids.”

Longenecker said the center will auction off an entire maze, go-karts, a climbing wall, batting cages and even Ozzy memorabilia.

All manner of items that once made fun of Ozzy’s Family Fun Center in Berks County will be auctioned off this weekend.

“Some memories of the good old days,” he said. “Kids came here and had fun.”

This all comes after Ozzy shut down. Gene Stork’s snow plow and salt spreader company, Stork’s Plows, purchased the building in August.

“We plan to move all of our current operations from Route 183 to Route 61 here,” Stork said.

He said the first step was to auction off items this weekend. The auction will begin at 11 a.m. on Saturday.