Only Win-River Resort & Casino brings you the most exciting Bingo action in the Northstate! Win-River Resort & Casino is proud to feature a different local charity each month that we donate 10% of all Double Action Sales to. Hands-free electronic Bingo is always available for your convenience. Come be a part of the Win-River Resort & Casino Bingo family, meet our friendly staff and enjoy the excitement of winning!
January Bingo Calendar
February Bingo Calendar
Bonus Bingo Giveaways
$200 Paper Only Night Drawing
Every Monday 1 winner $100 CASH & $100 Free Slot Play
Triple Ticket Tuesday
Every Tuesday Receive 3 tickets for the End of the Month Drawing
$500 Mid-Week Drawing
Wednesday, January 23
1 winner $250 CASH & $250 Free Slot Play
Bingo’s Give Back
Regular Sessions Only Spend over $100 receive $5 Free Slot Play Spend over $300 receive $10 Free Slot Play
NASCAR Rock N’ Roll Bingo
Wednesday, February 13 at 6 PM
Wear NASCAR attire and receive $10 Free Slot Play
Giveaways after every regular game
Join us for this awesome event and rock out to your favorite old school hits from the past century. (20) Regular Games Pay $250 with 20 drawings throughout the night including a blast from the past prize to wrap up the night. Paper $15 (2 books), PhD $35 (14 books/84 cards), extra books $7. Sales start at 3 pm session starts at 6 pm.
Bingo’s Drop it for a Good Time Drawing
Wednesday, January 30
Grand prize: Home Theater Setup
Receive an entry with every Bingo buy-in throughout the month of January.
Bingo’s Charity of the Month
Win-River Resort & Casino is proud to feature a different local charity each month that we donate 10% of all Double Action Sales to
Friends of the Fair
In 1880 the 10th District Agricultural Association was founded which included three counties: Siskiyou, Shasta, and Trinity. It is this association which organizes and puts on fairs. The first fair in Shasta County was held in 1887. In 1889 Shasta County withdrew from the 10th DAA and the 27th District Agricultural Association was formed. Its first fair was held in August 1889 in the Pine Street Schoolhouse. Admission was 50¢ for adults and 15¢ per child. Fairs were held annually for the next 6 years. The only fair that was held between 1894 and 1903 was in 1902.
During WWI, no fairs were held from 1916 – 1918. From 1918 – 1930 the Farm Bureau took over planning the annual fair, which was held in Anderson at the Terry Box Factory site (east side of the railroad tracks by the old Anderson Catholic Cemetery). The depression of 1931 closed the Fair gates until 1935. In March 1933 the first board was appointed and confirmed by Governor Rolph, and the 27th DAA was reactivated, but even though the Board was in place, the next fair wasn’t held until 1935. During WWII, no fairs were held from 1942 – 1945, but since 1946 Fairs have been held every year.
Birthday Bingo Celebration Special
If it is currently your Birthday month, you can earn a Birthday Special ticket each time you play Bingo for a chance to win a free Buy-in for the following month. Last Bingo session of the month 2 names will be drawn to win. Buy-in is non-transferable and is only valid for next month’s Special. Guests need not be present to win, multiple winners are not accepted.
Bingo’s Paper Only Night
Come enjoy Paper Only Night at 6 pm! 12 Regular Games Pay $300. Paper $25 (2 books), extra books $7. Special drawings during this Bingo Session.