Spooktacular Bingo returns on October 30 at Town Square | Green Lake News








Green Lake’s spookiest party – Town Square Spooktacular Bingo – is set for Saturday, October 30 at 492 Hill Street. Doors and concessions open at 5 p.m., card sales begin at 5:30 p.m., and games begin at 6:30 p.m.

“It’s an evening filled with monstrous prizes and crazy fun,” said Phil Burkart, one of the founders of Town Square and legendary bingo caller. “People dress up in themed costumes for almost any bingo game, but Spooktacular Bingo is a great time to do it all.”

The night features 13 games, plus quick bingo and a progressive blackout final game with the fantastic $ 735 jackpot plus half of the night’s progressive sales. The otherworldly event has become one of the community’s favorite ways to celebrate Halloween, with prizes for the best costumes, door prizes throughout the night and a 50-50 raffle.






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Concessions will be available for purchase in the ballroom’s new Jury Room Bar, including $ 2 Sheboygan hot dogs, fries, beer and wine. Portages are prohibited. Participants can arrive early to find places before the start of the games.

This month’s bingo game will be the first in the Town Square ballroom after the sale of the security building, where the bingo had previously taken place. The newly renovated ballroom will be the new venue for bingo games in the future.

Participants must use the main entrance to Town Square. The disabled-accessible rear entrance will also be available, with elevator access to the ballroom.

Proceeds from bingo games support Town Square, an award-winning community center located in the historic County Courthouse buildings in the heart of downtown Green Lake.

The Town Square Community Center’s mission is to enrich the lives of Green Lake community members, family and friends by providing cultural, social, recreational, educational and economic opportunities for people of all ages.

Town Square is operated by Green Lake Renewal, Inc., a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.

For more information visit greenlaketownsquare.org or call 920-807-0008.


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