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Playing Bingo in and Around Portland, Oregon
Here is a list of Bingo Halls and opportunities near Portland.
Beaverton Bingo; Elks #1989, 3500 SW 104th, Beaverton, Oregon 97005-1941, USA. Game play: Tue-6:45 – (503) 646-6116
Gresham Bingo; Eagles, 117 NE Roberts Ave, Gresham, Oregon 97030-7551, USA. Game play: Tue-7:00 (503) 667-3019
McMinnville Bingo; Elks #1283, 333 N Evans Street, McMinnville, Oregon 97128-4623, USA. Game play: Wed-7:00 – (503) 472-2283
McMinnville Bingo; St James Catholic Church, 1145 E 1st Street, McMinnville, Oregon 97128-4428, USA. Game play: 2nd & 4th Tue-7:00 – (503) 472-5232
Milwaukie Bingo; Milwaukie Elks, 13121 SE McLoughlin Blvd., Milwaukie, OR 97222, USA. (503) 853-4274, Hotline: (503) 853-4274, Fax: (503) 659.5157, Email: [email protected], Contact name: Bernice, All paper-only games
Oregon City Bingo; Elks #1189, 610 McLoughlin Blvd, Oregon City, Oregon 97045-1827, USA. Game play: Wed-7:00 – (503) 655-5131
All Star Portland Bingo; 600 SE 146th Ave, Portland, Oregon 97233-2507, USA. Game play: 7 days, – (503) 255-7094
DAV Portland Bingo; 8725 NE Sandy Blvd., Portland, Oregon 97220, USA. – 503 255 6002, Playtime: Monday 10:00 am
Eagles Portland Bingo; 7611 N Exeter Ave, Portland, Oregon 97203-5903, USA. Game play: Mon & Sat-11:00am Sun-6:30pm – (503) 286-8788
Milwaukie Center Portland Bingo; 5440 SE Kellogg Creek Dr, Portland, Oregon 97222-2149, USA. Game play: Thu-6:30 pm – (503) 653-8100
Moose #291 Portland Bingo; 7414 SE 52nd Ave, Portland, Oregon 97206-8207, USA. Game play: Mon-6:00 – (503) 771-6028
Portland Meadows Bingo; 1001 N Schmeer Road, Portland, Oregon 97217, USA. Game play: Live horse racing Oct thru April-Simulcast wagering year round daily 9:00 am – (503) 285-9144
Summit Bingo Portland, 18141 NE Glisan St, Portland, Oregon 97230-7251, USA. Game play: 7 days, 6:30pm Fri & Sat-6:30pm & 11:00pm – (503) 618-9117 VFW #4248 Bingo; 7118 SE Fern, Portland, Oregon 97282-0963, USA. Game play: Tue-6:30 – (503) 774-8402
Saint Helens Bingo; Elks #1999, 350 Belton Road, Saint Helens, Oregon 97051-1030, USA. Game play: Wed-7:00 – (503) 397-1999
Sherwood Bingo; Elks #2342, 22770 SW Elwert Rd, Sherwood, Oregon, USA. Game play: Thu-7:00 pm Sept thru May – (503) 625-7888
Tualatin Bingo; VFW, 8455 SW Seneca, Tualatin, Oregon, USA. Game play: Wed-7:00 – (503) 691-1126
Woodburn Bingo; Elks #2637, 409 N Front Street, Woodburn, Oregon 97071-0302, USA. Game play: Tue-6:00 – (503) 982-2637
Woodburn Bingo; Senior Center, 491 N 3rd Street, Woodburn, Oregon 97071-3901, USA. Game play: Tue-1:00 – (503) 981-3470
Portland Metro Bingo call (360) 798-0391
Outside Portland, Oregon call (888) 478-3088
Canby Bingo Halls; 424 NW 1st Ave, Canby, OR (503) 266-9235
Forest Grove Bingo Halls; 2037 Douglas, Forest Grove, OR 97116 (503) 357-2021
Hood River Bingo Halls; 2010 Sterling Place, Hood River, OR 97031 (541) 386-2060
Lincoln City Bingo Halls; 1777 NW 44th St., Lincoln City, OR 97367 (888) 244-6665
Salem Bingo Halls; Portland Road, Salem, OR 97305 (503) 390-2712
Salem Bingo Halls; 930 Plymouth Drive NE, Salem, OR 97303 (503) 390-7441
Salem Bingo Halls; 5690 Commercial SE, Salem, OR 97306 (503) 364-6835
Seaside Bingo Halls; 324 Ave A, Seaside, OR 97138 (503) 738-6651
Seaside Bingo Halls; 120 Oceanway Street, Seaside, OR 97138 (503) 738-6161
Sherwood Bingo Halls; 22770 SW Elwert Rd, Sherwood, OR (503) 625-7888
The Dalles Bingo Halls; 200 E 3rd Street, The Dalles, OR 97058, (541) 296-2258
The Dalles Bingo Halls; 1112 W 9th Street, The Dalles, OR 97058, (541) 296-4788
Tillamook Bingo Halls; 209 Stillwell Ave, Tillamook, OR 97141, (503) 842-4101
Tillamook Bingo Halls; 1907 Third Street, Tillamook, OR 97141, (503) 842-6623
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Not Just for Grey-haired Old Ladies Anymore
To some, though, Bingo is not just a fad; it’s a way of life. So before you head out to one of outer Portland’s fine Bingo establishments, first you’ve got to know a little about the game.
It’s important to remember if you’re going to a packed Bingo parlor, you must actually play the game to sit at the Bingo tables; otherwise, you’re taking up space where a player could sit, losing money for the parlor and pissing off potential contestants. (And if there’s one type of person you don’t want to piss off, it’s a hardcore Bingo player.)
Another thing that will piss off your fellow Bingoites is if you’re in the middle of a small hall, and you’re yammering your mouth off. It’s okay to talk, of course, but be mindful of how loud you’re talking, and during which game you’re doing it. In a slow-paced, low-stakes postage stamp game, it’s okay to talk; in a Las Vegas style Speed Bingo t-off game it’s not, because there’s more concentration involved and the prizes are hotter. Also, don’t call out “Bingo” unless you’re absolutely sure you have it; if you don’t, you’ll hear an entire roomful of people groaning at once and that’s not a pretty sound.
Bingo halls usually have special non-smoking sections, but it seems that virtually every hardcore Bingo player has cigarettes burning from every orifice, at every possible moment. Because of this, and Oregon’s stringent smoking-in-establishments laws, minors under the age of 18 are not allowed in Bingo parlors. What a drag. Heh heh.
Sadly, the Bingo card–the flat piece of board with numbers marked by sliding red windows–has gone the way of the dinosaur. In its place are the new, disposable “cards”: sheets of flimsy paper that are marked with an ink tube called a dauber, and discarded after each use.
Practically every devoted Bingo player owns a “Bingo bag”: a tote or duffel specifically designated for carrying Bingo-pertinent paraphernalia. These items can include, but are not limited to:
Bingo Daubers (usually in various colors; some are double-sided for multiple card marking)
Bingo Glue (used to temporarily tack paper card to table so player doesn’t have to hold it down)
Lucky Charms (many Bingo players are superstitious; lucky items can range from rabbit’s feet to guardian angel figurines to elaborate talismans)
Used, losing cards (to show friends and family how close player came to winning)
The tote itself is often unremarkable, but at many halls, one may purchase a drawstring Bingo bag complete with Bingo card pattern and special compartments for daubers.
LET’S GO PORTLAND BINGO!
All right, now you’re ready for some Bingo. For the most part, Portland’s Bingo halls aren’t actually in Portland proper, so prepare yourself for a drive.
All Star Bingo: SE 146th & Stark, 255-7094
The enormous All Star Bingo is the most exciting, because they’re open until 4 am every day for Speed Bingo, in which the caller chooses the numbers twice as fast. Stakes are high and players are intense, and it’s usually pretty crowded until about midnight, so prepare for a wait.
Actually at Portland’s Bingo halls, it’s always a little crowded, as an 8 am visit to Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Bingo, 8725 NE Sandy, 255-6002, proved. DAV is a nice place–it’s smaller and closer-in than All Star Bingo, and they have a grill that makes cheap food (Grilled cheese for $2.50? Don’t mind if I do.). DAV has more of a “Catholic” atmosphere–cleaner and less smoky, it is a place for winning, but for some reason the emphasis seems less on gambling and more on community. Even still, DAV is open from 8 am-10 pm, and on Thurs-Sat, there’s a special Speed Bingo session from 10 pm-3 am, with some games worth around $1000.
If you’re willing to travel a little farther, other official Bingo halls include Summit Bingo (“new heights in gaming excellence”), 18141 NE Glisan, 618-9117; and Beaverton’s beautiful Sunset Bingo, 4830 SW Western, 520-8600.