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Annual Casino Night

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Event# 520-868-9433

Event Details

Don't miss this years Casino Night. We will have thousands of dollars in prizes to win along with great food from various Florence Restaurants, as well as a full cash bar. There will be a DJ, and plenty of playing tables with blackjack, roulette, Texas hold 'em poker, and bingo!. 6 pm-11 pm.
Tickets may be purchased at the following locations:
Florence Chamber of Commerce office (Mon-Fri): 520-868-9433
LB Cantina: 520-868-9981
Mt. Athos Restaurant: 520-868-0735
Big Quick's BBQ: 520-518-5119
Coolidge-Florence Elk's Lodge: 520-723-3832

Annual Casino Night

Address : Holiday Inn Express & Suites, 240 W. Highway 287 Florence AZ
Phone : 520-868-9433   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Cost: $50.00 each

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