Louison House to Host Holiday Musical Bingo Fundraiser at Mingo's

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — After a two-year hiatus, the annual Mingo Bingo Holiday Fundraiser will return on Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. to benefit the Louison House. 
 
The event will take place at Mingo's Bar and Grill. Admission is $25 for one bingo card with additional cards for $5 to increase the chance of winning. Participants play to win dozens of prizes including a gift card to TOURISTS or The Airport Rooms, a round of golf at Taconic Golf Club, Apple AirPods, and more. 
 
Musical Bingo is similar to regular bingo, but instead of marking numbers, holiday songs will play for one minute and if the name of the song is on a bingo card, it gets marked out. There will be two games and three rounds per game. 
 
Tickets are limited to 100 and can be purchased on Eventbrite or in person at The Print Shop, at Mingo's Sports Bar, or at The Print Shop in Williamstown during business hours. 
 

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