THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Thunder Bay bingo has a lot to offer those looking for entertainment. As a visitor or a long-term resident, from outdoor walks to buildings of historical importance, there is plenty to see and do. Yet if you want to experience a community firsthand, the best places to go are where communities gather in their leisure time. Few of them are as welcoming and open as the bingo hall.
Bingo is undergoing a resurgence in popularity, this is thanks to the fact that this game is constantly releasing new and innovative games, such as rainbow riches bingo which combines Irish folklore with prizes and bonus offers. Originating in Italy during the 1500s, this game has certainly come a long way.
Legend has it that the modern name for the game was coined by New York inventor Edwin S. Lowe. who got the term from a travelling fair. While it is mostly played in halls as it has grown, online offerings have cropped up alongside brick-and-mortar establishments.
When you visit a bingo hall in Thunder Bay, there are very few things you need to do. Take some cash with you for drinks, as most halls will have refreshments to offer, and you will need to buy your bingo books. Some people like to bring their own bingo dabbers, making it easier to cross off numbers as they are called out.
Superior Shores Gaming Association
Superior Shores Bingo is more than a bingo hall. It is a hub of the community, which supports more than eighty local charities with its profits. It has three bingo sessions at convenient times each day, with the first at midday and the final one at 21:45.
When these games are not running there is plenty more to entertain you. Electronic versions are dotted throughout the facility. As well as games, the hall also has a licensed lounge. This has a quality, extensive menu serving everything from breakfast to burgers.
Thunder Bay Community Bingo
Thunder Bay Community Bingo takes the word community to new levels. It may not have the technological advancements and glamour of other halls in the area, but it does have a thriving group of customers who are welcoming and friendly. Should you have any questions, the helpful staff and patrons will be more than willing to assist you.
Plenty of offers are also available to keep you entertained. You can buy a VIP package and get a free bingo dabber along with a drink. If you are out for a night of entertainment, this offer is a tough one to beat.
Mountain Bingo lies to the south of Thunder Bay at the Fort William First Nation. To draw people out of town they have lots of exciting, themed nights and fun offers including weekly Whacky Wednesday and special player appreciation events. Regular sessions are held every day except Monday and Saturday, beginning at midday for matinee sessions and 17:00 for evening sessions.
You cannot take your own food or drink onto the premises. However, there is a stocked and staffed canteen to provide you with any refreshments you may need. Keep an eye on their website as they often have half-price nights for new starters