Wayne PAL Carside Bingo

We will be holding curbside bingo on Sunday June 7th.
Parking lot opens at 12:00pm
Bingo begins at 3:00pm
All workers will always be wearing masks and players must be wearing masks when purchasing keepers.
Hand sanitizer will be available on premises.
Prior to bingo starting, please limit to 25 people at a time in line to purchase keepers and maintain social distancing.
Workers will walk around selling keepers once bingo begins.
ATM and bathrooms will be available with no more than 2 people at a time entering the building
Honk your horn multiple times if you have bingo.
We will have a few additional handsets available- they are all on a first come, first served basis (paper available if we run out of handsets)
There will be only one entrance when you pull in to purchase your handset and then you will be directed where to park.
We will be running the Tuesday program.
Trifecta Jackpot is $6005
Queen of Hearts is $3500
Bring clipboards to help play dauber keepers (we will have them available for $2 if you do not have one)
We will have a sound system in the parking lot so you can hear all numbers called.
We will livestream the next ball up and the trifecta horse race on our website.
Food and drink will be available to purchase with delivery to your car.

Contact Information
  1. Steve Schiffman
  2. 973-696-2896
  3. steve.schiffman@waynepal.org
Sun, June 07
3:00 pm — 7:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 06/07/2020 3:00pm 06/07/2020 7:00pm America/New_York Wayne PAL Carside Bingo

We will be holding curbside bingo on Sunday June 7th.
Parking lot opens at 12:00pm
Bingo begins at 3:00pm
All workers will always be wearing masks and players must be wearing masks when purchasing keepers.
Hand sanitizer will be available on premises.
Prior to bingo starting, please limit to 25 people at a time in line to purchase keepers and maintain social distancing.
Workers will walk ...

1 PAL Dr Wayne, NJ 07470

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