Pierce County Parks and Recreation family bingo night

Its spring time and that means the sounds of family fun will be heard from miles around Chambers Creek Regional Park as Pierce County Parks & Recreation.

Its spring time and that means the sounds of family fun will be heard from miles around Chambers Creek Regional Park as Pierce County Parks & Recreation host the Annual Family Bingo Night from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Friday April 3rd in University Place.

Doors will open at 6 p.m. Cost is $5/person (includes a packet of six bingo sheets). Pre-register by April 1st so you don’t miss out on the fun or take a chance and show up day of to register! Concessions will be onsite to fulfill your appetites. Doors will open at 6 p.m. Please bring a bingo dauber or crayon.

Take a peek at some of the prizes already donated by our outstanding sponsors:

  • Two cans of popcorn

  • Small luggage bag

  • 2 VIP passes to any show at the Lakewood Play House

  • $25 Costco gift card

  • $25 Bath & Body Works gift card

  • Gift basket from Springleaf Financial

  • 3 month family membership from the Lakewood YMCA

  • $25 Fred Meyer gift card

  • Coffee mug and coffee from Starbucks

  • Coffee mug and coffee from Blue Steele Coffee

  • Family fun pack at the Woodland Park Zoo

  • 3 one month taekwondo Lessons from Tiger Taekwondo in University Place

  • Skating passes from Sprinker Recreation Center




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