Family game nights are excellent ways to bond with everyone, without feeling as though you are all interviewing one another. Instead of curling up in a favorite pair of pajamas with a cup of hot chocolate every week, consider getting together with the group and head out for gaming enjoyment.
Visit for their Thursday night Bingo games. In addition to spending time with spouses, parents, aunts, uncles, children and all the rest, you will all be able to interact with others from the community and maybe even develop some additional lifelong bonds.
Bingo sessions are held every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. and every Thursday at 7:15 p.m. For the night games, doors open at 6:15 p.m., so be certain to arrive early to ensure that your company can all get seats near one another. Tuesday morning games are held in the social hall, and Thursday night sessions take place in the family room of the social hall.
Temple Emanu-El prides itself on the fact that the religious community was the first place on Long Island to have handheld computers for their Bingo sessions. Family, friends, games and technological advanced equipment--what else could anyone really ask for? Well, perhaps some snacks would round out the sessions very well. Hot food and other snacks are sold in the kitchen, so arrive with a bit of luck and a hungry stomach.
A few different types of Bingo are played, including Power Ball, $1000 Progressive, Super Line Games, All Night Lines and California Bingo TEM Style. The prizes of the games are certainly nothing to sneer at either, as the Power Ball Jackpots have been as high as $6000. For the other games though, the minimum payout will be $50, which is absolutely a delightful prize for simply indulging in a game that you and the rest of your group love.
Perhaps Bingo is not really your cup of tea, but you’d still like to be involved in some gaming activities in the community. Individuals interested in Bridge will be happy to know that Temple Emanu-El hosts Bridge every Monday and Thursday morning at 10:00 a.m. in the social hall.