BINGO FOR THE BIRDS
Charity Bingo Night, A community event held at Cooper and Mill Brewing Company every month, will benefit the George Miksch Sutton Avian Research Center on Wednesday, July 6th from 7:30-9:00.
The Sutton Avian Research Center brought the Bald Eagle back from the brink of extinction more than 30 years ago and continues to watch over Oklahoma’s eagles to this day. Today, Sutton is fighting to give two more critically endangered birds a chance for survival on the planet. Join us at Cooper and Mill to SAVE BIRDS!
Charity Bingo Night is family friendly and will give our community a chance to gather together to learn more about the Sutton Center, play bingo for free, win prizes, drink beer and have dinner at Ryan’s Dawg’s food truck. Join us to meet Cricket, Sutton’s Great Horned Owl and measure your wingspan on Sutton’s 10ft display to see what kind of bird you would be! It’s a fun night for the whole family and an opportunity to support one of Bartlesville hidden gems.
During the evening, Sutton will be promoting their annual fundraising event, Wild Brew, to be held in Tulsa on August 27, 2022 with ticket giveaways, Wild Brew merchandise prizes and a flash sale on patron tickets during the event.
Bingo for Birds Beneficiary: Cooper and Mill’s Charity Bingo on July 6th supports the George Miksch Sutton Avian Research Center (Sutton Center). For over 38 years, the Sutton Center has been dedicated to fulfilling its mission of finding cooperative conservation solutions for birds and the natural world through science and education. Because of their long-term efforts, the Bald Eagle, whom they valiantly brought back to Oklahoma, is thriving, not only our state but in this part of the country. Today, their efforts are focused on saving two more of North America’s most endangered birds, the Attwater’s Prairie-Chicken and the Masked Bobwhite. Join us for Wild Brew 2022...Drink a Beer and Save a Bird!