Cow Bingo is a thing. Not only that, you can play cow bingo, and possibly even win $5,000 while supporting a really great cause.
How you ask?
At the Canine Partners for Life Fall Festival with Cow Bingo!
Canine Partners for Life are throwing their biggest and longest running event of the year on Saturday, September 17th from 12 to 4pm at CPL’s campus.
334 Faggs Manor Road, Cochranville, PA 19330
All ages are welcome. Bring the whole family for an afternoon of FREE fun to discover how service dogs change lives.
The event offers a chance to watch a service dog demonstration, tour the CPL kennel, or meet puppies at the ever-popular Puppy Kissing Booth. Plus, there will be a Family Fun Zone, a band (Ol’ 442) providing entertainment, a variety of food trucks, unique vendors and more!
Wait, did you say COW BINGO?
Yep! The day ends with Cow Bingo, which is a game of chance that pits your luck against the cow “doo”ing it’s business. The cow will be released at 3pm, and whichever square the cow heeds the call of nature on will be the lucky winner of $5,000! Tickets are $10 each, squares are randomly assigned and chances are 1 in 3,000. Tickets are on sale now and can also be purchased at the event! The winner does not need to be present to win.
Janie Cramer, CPL’s Executive Director says, “I encourage you all to bring your family and friends out to enjoy the festivities but to also learn how life-changing CPL service and companion dogs can be.”
Rain or shine. All parking will be on site, at the CPL campus. Personal pets are not permitted.
There is no admission fee, but donations are always appreciated. Donate HERE.
A bit more on Canine Partners for Life:
Since 1989, Canine Partners for Life has placed more than 750 service and companion dogs nationwide. The organization provides support to nearly 200 active teams and 50-60 service dogs in training. Their canines provide assistance for a wide variety of disabilities including muscular dystrophy, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, cerebral palsy, ALS, spinal cord injuries, stroke, cardiac conditions, arthritis, spina bifida, Parkinson’s disease, and more. CPL is a leader in the assistance dog industry and is proud to be an accredited member of Assistance Dogs International.