Thursday, January 13, 2022

Winter Wonderland Bingo Returns to Long Lake and Raquette Lake

Long Lake Bingo Long Lake announces the second Winter Wonderland Bingo Challenge highlighting activities and outdoor recreation running until March 20th , the official end of winter. The winter themed bingo activity cards will be posted on Long Lake and Raquette Lake social media channels, on the official Town of Long Lake website at mylonglake.com and printed cards will be available at the Long Lake Town Office, Raquette Lake Tap Room, and libraries, post offices and area businesses starting immediately. It is free to participate.

Participants are invited to do as many activities as they can with prizes available depending on how many tasks are completed. Participants completing one row of Winter Wonderland Bingo receive a sticker, and participants completing the entire card will be entered into a grand finale prize drawing which includes merchandise from local vendors in Long Lake and Raquette Lake.

How to play? Cross off activities as completed and take photos of the card showing completed tasks. Submit digital photos via email or to the uploader for prizes. Participants in the game should submit photo proof of purchase for any meals/shopping and photos of activities to [email protected] or can directly use an uploader link at https://upload.crowdriff.com/lakesbingo .

Participants on Instagram are invited to post their fun activities and use hashtag #mylonglakebingo #barkeaterbingo #YesLongLake and follow the page at www.instagram.com/mylonglake. Featured tasks include indoor and outdoor activities from visiting local libraries, exploring outdoor trails, engaging in winter recreation, shopping and dining at our local businesses, ice fishing, skating and more. For more info about lodging, dining, public health information visit mylonglake.com.

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Alexandra Roalsvig

Alexandra Roalsvig has been the Director of Parks, Recreation and Tourism for her native Town of Long Lake since 2009. Prior to returning to Long Lake worked 17 years in production for the CBS daytime serial "As The World Turns". She and her husband Paul are raising their two children in Long Lake.




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