From Our Editors
To give local players a place to gather and hone their card-marking skills, the founders of Ocala Bingo started hosting Bingo nights two years ago. The convivial gatherings happen four times a week and cater to multiple bingo styles, from the classic version to speed book—where squares are identified by number only—to early-bird sessions, whose jackpot is a punctual worm. Patrons can play on paper cards, or add a technological twist to an old-school hobby by playing on digital handsets.
To make its matchups a regular occurrence, Ocala Bingo enjoys sponsorship from six charities: Unity Place Housing, Inc., Boys & Girls Club of Marion County, Childhood Development Services, Inc. of Florida, Marine Corps League Detachment of Marion County, The Marion County Homeless Council, and Ocala Model Railroaders' Historic Preservation Society, Inc.