CARDS & GAMES

Poker - Dealer's Choice:  Poker is played with usually 6 or 7 players to a table with each player choosing his/her game of choice when it is their turn to deal.  The betting structure is an original bet and up to 3 raises(denominations are either 5,10 or 25 cents).  Players must call all bets or fold their hands.Typical games are Texas, Omaha, Vegas, 5 card and 7 card stud and the usual wild card games which are easy to learn upon playing.

Hand & Foot : Hand and Foot is a card game similar to Canasta.  2 games are played, there is no entry fee.

BINGO:  Bingo cards sold from 4:45 - 5:45pm.  Bingo starts at 6:00pm.  Hot dogs, sandwiches, chef's specials, desserts, snacks and drinks are available for sale before bingo begins and during intermission.  

Dominos:   Mexican Train dominos is easy to learn and fun to play.  No entry fee, playing one game per night takes about 2 hours.  Everyone is welcome to join in.

Euchre:  Entry fee is $1.  It is Progressive Euchre so you will move tables and partners, as you win or lose. 8 games are played.  Prizes are awarded for high men's score and high women;s score.  Consolation prizes are also awarded.

Pinochle: Entry fee is 50 cents on Thursday afternoon and $1 on Friday night. Depending on the number of players, prizes can be awarded to first, second, and third high scores. There are four players per table.  Single players are welcome.  Seats at tables are awarded on a first come, first serve basis, so come early to guarantee yourself a seat.  

Mahjongg:

Cribbage:  -  Entry fee is $1.  6 games are played.  Prizes awarded for Total High and Total Low Scores.

Pass the Ace:

Horsethief:

Poker- Texas Holdem': 

Michigan Rummy:  Easy game to learn.  Bring your pennies and join in the fun.

Bid Euchre:

Polish Poker:  Easy game to learn.  Bring your nickels and dimes and have some fun.

Pitch:  Some know it as Set Back or Hi Lo Game.  Whatever you call it, come join in the fun.  Pitch is played with two teams of two players using a standard deck of 52 playing cards. Players bid on how many of four objectives they can complete in a single round and are awarded points accordingly. The first team to reach 21 points is declared the winner.