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Holy Angels Parish, W5831 County Road KK, Appleton, Wisconsin, USA. Game play: Mon 7:00. Phone: (920) 733-6214 Ashland
Our Lady of the Lake Church, 201 Lakeshore Drive East, Ashland, Wisconsin, USA. Game play: Tue 7:00. Phone: (715) 682-7620 Barneveld
American Legion #433, 101 Wood Street, Barneveld, Wisconsin, USA. Game play: 1st and 3rd Sun 1:15. Phone: (608) 924-8781 Bayfield
Isle Vista Casino, Highway 13, Bayfield, Wisconsin, USA. Game play: Thu and Sat 6:00pm Sun 12:00. Phone: (715) 779-3712 Beaver Dam
American Legion, 200 West Street, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, USA. Game play: 1st and 3rd Sun 7:00. Phone: (920) 887-7777
Elks, 126 S Spring St, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, USA. Game play: Thu 7:00 1st and 3rd Thu 7:00. Phone: (920) 887-2125 Black River Falls
Majestic Pines Bingo, Hwy 54 East, Black River Falls, Wisconsin, USA. Game play: Mon Tue Thu Fri Sat 6:30 Sun 12:30. Phone: (715) 284-2721 Bloomer
Moose #1077, 1890 9th Ave, Bloomer, Wisconsin, USA. Game play: Phone: (715) 568-1304 Bowler
Mohican North Star Casino, W 12180 County Road A, Bowler, Wisconsin, USA. Game play: Mon and Tue 12:30 Wed Thu and Fri 6:30. Phone: (715) 793-4090 Brookfield
St Luke Congregation, 18000 W Greenfield Ave, Brookfield, Wisconsin, USA. Game play: 1st 3rd-5th Sun 6:00 2nd 4th and 5th Fri 7:30. Phone: (262) 782-0032 Chetek
Red’s Eating & Drinking Est., 121 Lakeview Drive, Chetek, WI 54728, USA. Phone: 715-924-3100, Fax: 715-925-3100, Email: [email protected], Contact name: Red, Website: www.redschetekwi.com, Disabled facilities: YES Ground level, Playtime: Thursday 6:30PM
[Submitted October 2010 ] Chippewa Falls
Eagles, 2588 US Hwy 53, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, USA. Game play: Wed 7:30. Phone: (715) 723-0172
Knights of Columbus, 236 Pumphouse, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, USA. Game play: Fri 7:30. Phone: (715) 726-2002 Columbus
St. Jerome Parish, 1550 Farnham Street, Columbus, WI 53925, USA. Phone: 920 623-3753, Hotline: 920 350 2470, Email: [email protected], Website: http://www.sjcolumbus.org/parish/, Disabled facilities: Barrier free entry, no handicap restrooms, Playtime: Saturdays 6pm
Remarks: Dates of bingo are 8/8, 9/19, 10/10, 11/21, 12/12 2015, 1/9, 2/13, and 3/12 2016. We play 20 games each night. 2 sets of 10 games each. 10 game packs are sold for $10.00. Mass is held at 4:30 Bingo doors open at 5 with bingo starting at 6pm. Food soft drinks and beer are available.
[Submitted January 2015, updated July 2015.] Crandon
Mole Lake Bingo, Highway 55, Crandon, Wisconsin, USA. Game play: Mon Tue Fri Sat 7:00 Sun 1:30. Phone: (715) 478-7514 Cudahy
Holy Family Congregation, 3776 E Hammond Ave, Cudahy, Wisconsin, USA. Game play: Sun 1:00pm. Phone: (414) 744-6892
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New game Wiscongo is like a Wisconsin version of bingo with cards for cheese curds, the hodag and drinking
Wiscongo is a Wisconsin-themed board game played like bingo. (Photo: Wiscongo)
This is not your grandmother’s bingo game.
Wiscongo is kind of like a Wisconsin-themed version of bingo with icons like cheese curds, cranberries and stuff that’s, well, a little more obscure. Instead of shouting “bingo” once a winning sequence is achieved on the board, players exclaim “Wiscongo.”
It’s played at home with friends and family who want to relish in the Wisconsiness of a relish tray. Because it’s Wisconsin, there are also social cards aptly named college drunk, old fashioned and tall boys that require players to drink when pulled.
There’s more competition than just bingo. For example, each player receives clutch cards at the beginning of the game that allow them to trade cards with another player.
The game’s creator, Ryan Wickens, isn’t even from Wisconsin. The Brit moved to the U.S. from London in 2003. His wife, Naomi Kaufman, is from Appleton.
“There’s a real nostalgia,” he said. “People are really proud to be from Wisconsin. Whether it comes down to sports of the food they eat or the beer they drink.”
Wickens and Kaufman started selling the board game celebrating the Dairy State about a year ago. Wiscongo sells on its website ($29.95) and in novelty retailers like The Waxwing, 1800 E. North Ave.
The idea is to keep it all local with the games printed and packaged in New Berlin.
Milwaukee-native David Mark Zimmerman, who creates art under the name Bigshot Robot, designed all the imagery for the game. He designed a series of 50 Wisconsin icons for the game’s card deck. Zimmerman’s artwork is seen around Milwaukee, like a mural commissioned by the Milwaukee Bucks on the Brix building, 408 W. Florida St.
Wickens hopes to see interest in Wiscongo grow organically as they sell through the first batch of games printed. A couple hundred are left before he’ll need to order more, Wickens said.
70-year-old board game, Scrabble, has updated it’s dictionary with 300 new official words.
Wickens, who also owns Quizmaster Trivia, which hosts games in bars, said that while so many new games and businesses focus on technology, people still want to go to a friend’s house and have something to do.
Trivia games hosted through Quizmaster have a similar put-down-your-phone-and-engage mentality, with answers recorded with an old-fashioned pen and paper. Quizmaster, which started in 2006, hosts trivia in about 60 bars in five states, Wickens said.
Wickens said there are limitless possibilities for how the Wiscongo concept can be applied to other regions, cultures or even holidays. But plans for expansion will wait until the couple’s children are older.Ryan Wickens started selling his board game celebrating the Dairy State about a year ago under the name Wiscongo. ]]>