Saturday, October 29, 2016
at the Holy Roller Lounge (aka Our Lady of Peace Gym)
Age 21 and over please
Place your bets and join us for an evening filled with fun, games and prizes! New this year will be Horse Racing!
Casino Night FAQs
1) Does a ticket give you anything else besides entry to the event?
With each $40 ticket or 2 for $75, guests will receive the following on the night of the event: $100 in Play money (additional Play money can be purchased at the cashier), light buffet, dessert, non-alcoholic beverages and a complimentary prize raffle ticket. Seniors 65 and older receive a discounted price of $25 per person.
2) Will there be any alcoholic beverages served at the event?
Wine and beer will be available for a nominal charge. No outside alcohol is allowed.
3) Is this a parish only event?
No, this event is open to the public. Anyone over the age of 21 may attend.
4) How do we use our Play Money to gamble?
Once inside the gym, you can proceed to any of the casino tables. The dealers will exchange the $100 Play bill for CHIPS to play on any of the tables.
5) How long is the event?
Doors open at 6:30 PM. Game tables are open from 7:00 to 10:30 PM.
6) What games will be available?
The games at the event usually include blackjack, roulette, poker (Texas Hold’em), and craps.
7) How do we qualify to win prizes?
Your prize raffle tickets will qualify you to win prizes. At the end of the casino playtime, the chips and Play money will be converted into double-sided raffle tickets. The guest keeps one side of the ticket and the other is placed in a can next to the prize. Prizes will be raffled off at the end of the evening.
8) How can we purchase tickets?
Tickets may be purchased at the Our Lady of Peace Rectory or at the school’s office.
9) Will tickets be sold at the door?
Yes, tickets will be available at the door.
10) What form of payment do you accept?
We accept cash or checks made out to AOLP HSA.
NOTE: NO actual money will be gambled or won that night. This is a night of fun, food, and games for the community. The proceeds will benefit Our Lady of Peace of New Providence, which is a non-profit organization.