Our Rainbow Bingo events are such fun full evenings. You will have a great time. People come back time and again, so they sell out typically 2-3 weeks in advance. Since this is a gambling event with liquor so it is a 21 and over event. Groups can be all sizes. You just need to reserve your seats by going online and buying tickets. You either purchase all your tickets at once or each individual purchases their own with a note saying they want to sit with a particular group. Only catch is if tickets sell out before everyone gets their reservations in. All seats are assigned and groups sit together.
Upcoming Rainbow Bingo Events
Sylvia O’Stayformore is our Drag Queen hostess/caller/entertainment and we have 2 additional Drag Queens each time as the assistants.
Throughout the evening there are opportunities to purchase raffle tickets, bid on auction items, play special games and actually win cash! We try to keep this as a CASH event as much as possible. We ask that you bring small denomination bills, since it is difficult to make change for large bills with so many people.
Beer/Wine is $4, basic cocktails are $5, and jello shots a $1. We serve food, with a dinner special that can be mini chicken tacos, Chinese chicken salad wrap, bratwurst to a chowder bowl with a Caesar salad, and our basic menu of hamburgers, gardenburgers, hot dogs, etc. ($4-$6)
The doors open at 6pm and we try to start at 7pm sharp. It’s typically over about 9:30pm. We have a large 3 hour free parking lot behind the center. The earlier you can get here the better, since the lot fills up and the bulk of the 200 people come in all at the same time around 6:30 and it delays our start time.
We sell extra game sheets at the door for $3.00, if people want more game sheets to play each round. We also sell ink daubers at the door for $3, if anyone doesn’t have one. The initial reservation includes your game sheets (bingo cards) for 10 of the 12 games played. They will sell additional bonus game sheets for the Big Jackpots for $1 during the intermissions.
Each month we have a theme. Some people dress up in costumes, others don’t. It’s just part of the fun.